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SJ alumnus helps world-record hockey game raise $2M for Canadian children’s hospital

(7/2/14) As a member of the sports health care staff for Canadian teams at three Olympics, Greg Uchacz, D.C. (San Jose ’92) is well-experienced at providing sports-care for athletes at competitions that feature multiple events during the course of consecutive weeks.

Dr. Uchacz’ list of impressive career achievements in the field of sports-chiropractic recently added one for the record books – literally! -- when he managed sports health care services at a single athletic event that spanned 11 days, which earned a spot in the Guinness Book of World Records as the longest hockey game ever played.

Even more impressive? The game was a charity-event that raised more than $2-million for the Alberta Children’s Hospital!

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