Hockey Game In Canada Attempts Record, Lasts 252 Hours Players in Alberta skated all day and night — taking turns — to try to break a Guinness World Record for longest hockey game. The winning team prevailed by 121 goals.
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Hockey Game In Canada Attempts Record, Lasts 252 Hours

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Hockey Game In Canada Attempts Record, Lasts 252 Hours

Hockey Game In Canada Attempts Record, Lasts 252 Hours

Hockey Game In Canada Attempts Record, Lasts 252 Hours

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Players in Alberta skated all day and night — taking turns — to try to break a Guinness World Record for longest hockey game. The winning team prevailed by 121 goals.

STEVE INSKEEP, HOST:

Good morning. I'm Steve Inskeep. A hockey game in Alberta, Canada, lasted 252 hours. Players skated all day and night, taking turns to attempt a Guinness World Record for longest hockey game. An organizer told the CBC it was the coldest game they'd seen - skate blades snapped, pucks shattered. The endurance was inspiring, but the game was not so dramatic because the winning team prevailed by 121 goals. It's MORNING EDITION.

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