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Hockey: How Buffalo Fights Cancer

The 11 Day Power Play, the world’s longest hockey game whose purpose is to help fight cancer, is back in Buffalo, with a twist.11 Day Power Play Community Shift logo Instead of 40 players living, breathing, sleeping and playing one continuous hockey game spanning 11...

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Battling Cancer: A Family Affair

On July 5th, the 11 Day Power Play will retake the ice at HarborCenter. Last year, 40 players broke a record for the longest hockey game (251 hours) and in the process raised more than $1.2 million for cancer research. As this was going on, Gary Crawford was...

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11 Day Power Play Longest Hockey Game

Last summer’s 11 Day Power Play (the world’s longest hockey game) raised more than a million dollars for Roswell Park Comprehensive Cancer Center. This year, we’re hoping to beat that achievement with the “11 Day Power Play Community Shift”, a game open to all. And...

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Buffalo Gears Up for a Community Hockey Game

Last summer’s 11 Day Power Play Event was the mastermind of Amy & Mike Lesakowski, fueled by merging their passion for hockey and fighting cancer. Amy, a cancer survivor herself and Mike, who’s mother passed away from lung cancer, created the event in the hope of...

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Mike Lesakowski’s 11 Day Powerplay is Back

Almost everyone in WNY remembers last summer when 97 Rock's Jickster, along with 39 other guys skated at the Harborcenter for 11 straight days, a world record, to help raise money to benefit Roswell Park Cancer Institute. Well, the 11 Day Power Play is back! Listen to...

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11 Day Power Play Returns with a Twist

Following a successful inaugural campaign, the 11 Day Power Play is back again. But 2018's version won't be the grueling marathon that tested the resolve and sleep schedule of only 40 players. This time, there will be nearly 1,800 players taking on much shorter...

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Donors who've invested in the cause.

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Dollars raised of our $1,000,000 goal.

$1,200,000

Dollars raised of our $1,000,000 goal.

$1,200,000

Dollars raised of our $1,000,000 goal.