Dec 14, 2009: needed: glow-in-the-dark hockey pucks

Posted by Adam James on December 05, 2014 4 Comments


Over the weekend we took advantage of the bitter cold to play some late night pond hockey. It was a cold, moonless night and the ice was so smooth and glassy it reflected the stars. daylight

The pond in daylight, on our puck retrieval outing.

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Posted by Mike on December 05, 2014

Bought a lighted hockey puck for my son a few years back and it’s really awesome! We play pond hockey until midnight. The puck is translucent and has a threaded hole in the side of it. It comes with threaded mini glow sticks. You light a glow stick, thread into the hole and you can now play hockey on the darkest of nights. Different colored glow bracelets around gloves and skates determines teams and helps you see the other players. Chek it out, well worth the money I paid for it!!

Posted by casey bearden on December 05, 2014

I know that spot.

Posted by Oyster Fan on December 05, 2014

It’s actually a pond up in the mountains above Hama Hama. Thanks!

Posted by emily on December 05, 2014

go hama hama!!!!! Is that is the hama hama river

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