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a mischievous sprite of English folklore

a vulcanized rubber disk 3 inches in diameter that is used instead of a ball in ice hockey

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FrontAnD Technology Corporation has introduced sampling of RGB type LuxBar for under cabinet use and Puck for interior down light applications.
Beside this, FrontAnD also rolled out another product puck, design for replacing MR16, is suitable for interior decoration lighting use.
The Capitals won the faceoff and moved the puck over to Heward, whose shot went through traffic and beat LaBarbera.
Eric Belanger brought the puck up the left side and executed a give-and-go play with Pavol Demitra.
In octopush, two teams attempt to "flick" the puck (also known as a "squid") into the opponent's 10-foot-wide goal using foot-long wooden hockey sticks.
The biggest challenge for the sport--besides the need for players to be able to hold their breath for long periods of time--is puck handling.
VIPF estimates that while some preform injection molding cycles are as short as 14-15 sec, it will take only 3 sec to compression mold a puck.
Might go down on one knee to make a stop, pucks known to squirt between his legs or under his arm.
That gave Edmonton a two-man advantage for 1:41, and the Oilers scored with 5:40 remaining in the period when the Kings lost track of Jason York, who took a pass from Janne Niinimaa and put the puck past a sliding Potvin.
Technically, in moving the puck through the neutral zone and things like that, we were probably better than we were in Columbus,'' Kings interim coach Dave Tippett said, referring to the 5-1 victory over the Blue Jackets last Tuesday.
After Vancouver goalie Felix Potvin made the first save off a deflection from the right point, Palffy gathered the puck in the slot but missed with his shot.
He gathered a loose puck in the slot and fired a wrist shot past Dallas goalie Manny Fernandez.
Chelios was all over him and Lidstrom lithely swept away most of the pucks intended for Selanne that squeezed through the narrow passing lanes.
The Panthers were faster and more physical, they controlled the puck, consistently beat the Kings (9-9-3) to loose pucks, threw crunching checks and prevented their opponent from mounting many offensive threats.
With the NHL's approval, 50 pucks will be available for Saturday's tryout.