Green Biscuit


Why I love it

The Green Biscuit slides THE BEST on almost any surface. You can use it outside on cement or ashphalt and it works better than any other off-ice puck I have tried.


The Green Biscuit sells for $12.95, you can get discounts if you buy in bulk. I recommend buying a few so you can have one in your hockey bag, one at home, and a backup in case you lose or break one.

Where to Buy

You can get the Green Biscuit on this page on and it is also available here on (free shipping for orders over $25)

My Green Biscuit Review

In this video I tested out the Green Biscuit, I meant for it to be a review, but I just loved the thing so much I kind of turned it into a commercial, haha. Seriously though, every hockey player should own one of these!

Other People’s Reviews

Here’s what other people are saying about the Green Biscuitgreen-biscuit-reviews

On Amazon it has 24 5 star reviews and 3 4 star reviews. From my own experience the only disadvantage is that you should not shoot it (it could break) and it’s loud.

Surpassed expectations – “It slid right over cracks and everything staying perfectly flat. You can do everything from toe drags to saucer passes”

Amazing! – “I got this puck because I practice a lot more in my unfinished basement than I do at our rink. (It’s 30 miles away from home). When I got it, I was in awe of how smooth it glided on the concrete. I can stickhandle, stickhandle, stickhandle”

It certainly works well – “I’m no hockey player but I suck a lot less after working with this, I bought 3. I’m kinda looking forward to busting one so I know it’s limits, it’s slammed into the curb pretty hard along with my makeshift passer made of 25lb weights”

Buy it on this page on or here on

The green biscuit is a hockey training puck that is designed to be used on surfaces such as pavement and asphalt, but feel like a real puck on ice. You can get information about the Green Biscuit below, and also on our full Green Biscuit Review

The green biscuit is the exact same size as a regular hockey puck, however slightly lighter. The green biscuit is made lighter than a normal puck because of the added friction of rough surfaces. The increased friction makes the green biscuit feel heavier, thus a lighter off ice puck will better match the feel of a regular puck on the ice.

The advantages of using a green biscuit are

  • Slides smoothly on rough surfaces
  • Does not flip up easily
  • Great for practicing passing on any paved surface
  • Very similar to the feel of a puck on the ice
  • Better than many other off ice alternatives

Every hockey player knows the feeling of skating with a hockey puck on the ice. It slides forever, doesn’t flip all over the place, travels in a straight line, and there is very little friction involved. The properties of a hockey puck on ice are very hard to replicate, so if you want to practice off ice, you need a good product. We think the green biscuit does a great job of reproducing the feel of using a puck on ice. For more information ( and a cool video) you can read our review of the Green Biscuit

Order Info

If you would like to purchase the green biscuit then visit the hockey shot site.

Canadians – Green Biscuit Page

Americans -Green Biscuit Page

Don’t forget to use our coupon for orders over $100. Hockey Shot coupon code – HOWHCKY001

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Jeremy Rupke

Hi my name is Jeremy. I LOVE hockey and I am passionate about improving and helping others improve. My goal is to break every hockey skill down into easy to understand articles and videos. I explain everything step-by-step to help others improve. If you want to learn more about me you can read my about page. Thanks for reading and sharing!

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Chris December 10, 2013 at 12:13 pm

Which one slides better on concrete, flypuck or green biscuit????


Jeremy Rupke December 12, 2013 at 9:24 pm

Definitely Green Biscuit

chris December 13, 2013 at 1:54 pm

does green biscuit slide better than the green biscuit snipe?

blake April 28, 2013 at 7:24 am

hey Jeremy can you make a review of the green biscuit snipe. thanks ☻


blake April 28, 2013 at 7:24 am

hey Jeremy can you make a review of the green biscuit snipe. thanks ☻


digbit April 12, 2013 at 1:22 pm

Jeremy any reviews on the new green biscuit that’s out?


Jeremy Rupke April 17, 2013 at 3:36 pm

I’m just waiting for the weather to clear up a bit so I can test them when it’s a bit warmer out.

Alizen February 15, 2013 at 8:59 am

hey i love the green buiscuit but i have one question about my shot, see i do everything your video says to do but my shot doesn’t go of the ice please help


matt January 15, 2013 at 3:07 pm

where can i find a fly puck too


Jeremy January 21, 2013 at 4:18 pm

I’ve got a link for the Green Biscuit at the bottom of this article, you can get the Flypuck there as well

matt January 15, 2013 at 3:06 pm

where can I buy a green biscuit because I realy want one!!


Gabby August 3, 2012 at 1:21 pm

When my family plays roller hockey on our driveway we like to use that to play with because it is great for stickhandling on the rough cement. We dont shoot high because we dont wear breezers or shoulder pads, so it is great for shooting on the ground!


jackson May 1, 2012 at 1:14 pm

Will the green biscuit break if it hits the post or a wall really hard.
can you shoot it?


Jeremy May 24, 2012 at 12:24 pm

It will break eventually if you shoot it against a hard object. I only recommend it for stickhandling, not shooting

David Tenuta February 2, 2012 at 6:43 pm

Is the green biscuit for shooting to or just stick handling and passing?


Gustavs December 23, 2011 at 2:43 am

I to live in latvia .can i purch to


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