The Morning Edition - Sask | Jan 27, 2014 | 4:43

The Longest Hockey Game in Saskatchewan History

The Rosetown Midget Womens Red Wings and Elrose Aces played an 8 overtime game on Friday, which made it the longest game in provincial history. The Morning Edition's Sheila Coles learns more about this marathon game from Rosetown Captain Cassidy Kerr.

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