World's longest professional ice hockey match

Norwegian League hockey playoff game between Storhamar Dragons and Sparta Warriors  These players in Norway went into serious overtime, with an exhausting match lasting 3 hours and 37 minutes - breaking a record held since 1936.

The contest started at 6 p.m. local time and ended at 2:32 a.m. The 217 minutes and 14 seconds played broke the mark of 176 minutes and 30 seconds, during a Stanley Cup playoff game between Detroit and Montreal Maroons on March 24, 1936.

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