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The slapshot is explained by Thomas Humphrey, Kathy FLores, and Olympic hockey players Julie Chue and Zach Parise.
NHL players display a great mix of speed a strength which are great examples of Newton's Three Laws of Motion.
Kinematics, the branch of classical mechanics, helps describe a player's movement across the ice by defining his position,…
These pinpoint passes, requiring both magnitude and direction, are perfect examples of velocity vectors.
Being a top goalie in the NHL requires the key averages and statistics of goaltending.
Scientists and ice technicians explain the science and math that goes into building and maintaining this surface through the…
NHL players depend on three important physics concepts: work, energy and power on their slapshot.
During a game, every movement of the puck follows the laws of physics and illustrates the concepts of force, impulse and…
Reflexes and reaction time fuel the brain and helps NHL goalies stop pucks.
A wrist shot is also a perfect example of what's known in physics as projectile motion.
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