From February 4 to February 15, Canadians came together to play the world's longest hockey game in -30 C weather in the name of cancer research. \nOver 11 days, 40 players hit the ice in shifts for a game that lasted a whopping 252 hours. \nEditor's Choice: Canada's Most Expensive Cities For Renters Were Revealed & The Prices Are Painful\n\n View this post on Instagram A post shared by Mandy Kostiuk (@mkostiukphoto)\nThe players entered an NHL-stye isolation bubble and followed strict COVID-19 protocols before the game, which took place near Edmonton, Alberta. \nAccording to CTV News, players received COVID-19 tests daily and the game would have been paused at any moment if anyone tested positive. \nGlobal News reported that the game took place in temperatures as low as -40 C while the polar vortex took Alberta by storm. \nThe final score was a mind-blowing 2,649 to 2,528 and the game pulled in $1,840,000 for Cure Cancer Foundation. \n"You have given the greatest gift of all to cancer patients: more time with their families, friends and loved ones," the organizers wrote on Facebook. \nOf course, this monumental game broke a world record while doing immense good for Canadians.