Ice Hockey Pucks and Training Balls

All the ice hockey pucks and training balls you need to play and practice, indoors and outdoors

    29 products
    Ice Hockey Puck Black 6oz - Puck Stop Logo
    £1.60
    Howies Hockey Ball
    £3.00
    Alkali IDS Pro Shot Inline Hockey Puck
    Black Orange Red Yellow
    £12.00
    Ice Hockey Puck Black 6oz
    £1.85
    Street Hockey Puck Orange
    £3.25
    Green Biscuit Sauce Puck
    £16.00
    Swedish Wooden Stick Handling Ball 2”
    £4.00
    Green Biscuit Inline Hockey Puck
    £18.00
    Green Biscuit Snipe Puck
    £17.00
    Sponge Puck
    £4.00
    Bauer Slivvver Inline Hockey Puck
    Black Red
    £9.00
    Bauer HydroG Hockey Ball - Orange - Warm Weather
    £5.00
    Bauer XD Hockey Ball - Orange - Warm Weather
    £5.00
    Green Biscuit Alien Stickhandling Training Puck
    £18.00
    A&R Extra Large Foam Ball - Single Ball
    £3.00
    Weighted Puck 10oz
    £5.00
    Bauer HydroG Hockey Ball - Pink - Cold Weather
    £5.00
    Ice Hockey Puck Blue Lightweight 4oz
    £4.00
    Green Biscuit Pro Stickhandling Puck
    £18.00
    Bauer Hockey Ball - Orange - Warm Weather
    £4.00
    Bauer Mini Foam Balls - 6 Pack
    £8.00
    Ice Hockey Puck White 6oz
    £4.00
    Mini Foam Ball
    £2.00
    A&R Mini Glow in the Dark Ball - Single Ball
    £2.50

    Ice Hockey Pucks and Training Balls FAQs

    Which ice hockey puck should I use to practice?

    Besides 6oz regulation weight ice hockey pucks, we stock a range of training pucks to help you improve your game. Our heavier 10oz pucks help you develop stronger passing, while pucks with added grip or rubber components are perfect for your shooting or stickhandling drills.

    What is the difference between a roller hockey puck and an ice hockey puck?

    Inline or roller hockey pucks are lighter and softer than ice hockey pucks. They have a raised ridge and other aerodynamic features to ensure they remain balanced and glide smoothly over indoor and outdoor surfaces.

    Do I need a puck or a ball for street hockey?

    Street hockey is played on foot rather than skates, and is usually played with a hockey ball specifically designed to keep bouncing and skipping to a minimum. On smooth surfaces you can also play with a lightweight street hockey puck.