World’s Longest Hockey Game Jr’s. Continues

Jr's Has Begun!

Photo Credit: Mandy Kostiuk

At Saiker’s Acres yesterday, Team Hope and Team Cure eagerly gathered, looking forward to the puck drop that would mark the beginning of the 72-hour game. The goal is to raise $500,000 to support childhood cancer clinical trials through the University of Alberta.

Team Cure

Team Hope

Photo Credit: Mandy Kostiuk


AGED 10-16


Photo Credit: Mandy Kostiuk

Edmonton Oilers alumni Kevin Lowe and Craig MacTavish gave the players some words of encouragement, before dropping the puck to start the game!

Mighty Mighty Mason's Zamboni Dream

Mason, a seven-year-old survivor of Neuroblastoma HR CNS Relapse and Stroke, as well as a warrior against Epilepsy, has always wanted to ride a Zamboni.


His dad tells us that whenever he is brought to a hockey game, he is fixated on the Zamboni and is not very interested in the actual hockey game.

Last night, his dreams came true, and he helped clean the ice for the fantastic hockey players. The World's Longest Hockey Game Jr's goal is to raise $500,000 to support kids like Mason.


Please consider donating today.

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How to Support?


You can donate to an individual player to help them meet their personal fundraising goal, or donate directly to the World’s Longest Hockey Game.


You can donate online, or on-site in the donation tent.

Come and Watch!

 “We encourage everyone to come out, watch the game, and support these dedicated players. By cheering them on, you’re also supporting a cause trying to improve the lives of children with cancer,” says Brent Saik, Organizer of the World’s Longest Games.

Visit our Merch Store!

Get a World's Longest Hockey Game t-shirt now! It's a great gift for your partner, parents, grandparents, friends, aunts, uncles, cousins, or even your furry friends! All proceeds support our cause. Visit our merch store today!

Bring you puppy!

Dogs are welcome at Saiker’s Acres; we just ask that you please keep them on a leash. 🐶

On-Site Food and Drinks

BT's Lunch Box will be onsite to provide some delicious food and beverages while you watch the World's Longest Hockey Game Juniors!

BT's Lunch Box will be onsite:

  • Fri 2-7pm
  • Sat 9-4pm
  • Sun 10-7pm

Come hungry and get ready to chow down on some delicious food & drinks!!

Thank you to Our 2024 Partners!


Help us Reach our Goal!

Help us reach our goal raise $500,000. Your donation will support childhood cancer clinical trials through the University of Alberta and make a significant impact on the lives of children suffering from cancer.


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