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Here is Jack’s sister, Elizabeth, holding the longest stick ever used in an NHL game.

The stick measures 6’3” from end to end, which is longest allowable stick according to the NHL rule book. A 2” extension was given to players who are 6’6” or taller.

This game-used & signed Warrior stick belongs to Zdeno Chara – #33 of the Boston Bruins.

This stick will go on tour with Rock Out For Jack, giving festival goers an opportunity for a photo op.

Chara stands 6’9”…and 7 feet with skates on.

Zdeno Chara also owns the record for the hardest shot with 108.8 mph (175.1 km/h) in 2012, besting his own previous record of 105.9 in 2011.

Prior to Chara the record was held by Al Iafrate at 105.2 mph.

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