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Slapshot 8/13/19

Doohickie

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Yeah. If you could accelerate it to anywhere near the speed of a shot hockey puck, the results shown are not too unreasonable, but there's no way a 200 lb. hockey player could take a fluid slapshot and accelerate that stone to anywhere that speed that quickly.
 

JNA

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The video is old -

WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 11, 2009
Hockey curling stone
 

Dan

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Exactly. It's a bit much. Curling stones are the heavy.
You can't slide a curling stone on hockey ice, either. The ice has to be pebbled, so air can get between under the running band, allowing the rock slide and curl. With no pebble, a curling rock becomes a 44 pound suction cup.
 

Bubba

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I'm not going to post any, but search "slap championship" on YouTube for some solid slapshots...
 
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