About 100 MPH.
The invention of the slapshot is credited to Bernie Geoffrion of the Montreal Canadiens, hence the nickname ("Boom Boom").
Bobby Hull is credited with the hardest slapshot on record, clocked on one occasion at a speed of 118.3 mph, whereas the more typical NHL slapshot is around 100 mph.
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The average slapshot speed in the NHL is approximately 87 mph.
bobby orr slapshot speed
A portable radar unit
Wayne Gretzky taking a slapshot
NHL Slapshot happened in 2010.
Slapshot - mascot - was created in 1995.
106.6 mph by Chad Kilger 106.6 mph by Chad Kilger
The current record for the fastest slapshot is held by Zdeno Chara. His current time for the slapshot is 105.9 miles per hour.
NHL Slapshot was created on 2010-09-07.
Slapshot is a term used in the sport of ice hockey.
The first slapshot was in 1950's .It was made by "Boom Boom" Geoffrion.
A slapshot in ice hockey is the fastest shot a player can make. During a hockey game, the speed of the puck can exceed 100 miles per hour. The current speed record belongs to the Boston Bruins' Zdeno Chara whose shot clocked a speed of 108.8 miles per hour.