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World’s longest hockey game ever ends in Chestermere after more than 11 days

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The world’s longest hockey game is in the books.

The game was played in Chestermere for 262 straight hours, over the span of 11.5 days, or nearly two weeks.

The 40 players have set a new record, for the fourth time, while also raising $1.4 million for charity and the Alberta Children’s Hospital.

The record still needs to be validated by Guinness.

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