By Jonathan Elias, WBZ-TV

BOSTON (CBS) – One last thing: Burlington High School’s 2012 varsity ice hockey team recently played a game they will never forget.

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On June 23, the team competed against the 2009 team, all for a great cause.

They played Marty’s Challenge – a game set up to help 3-year-old Marty Wells, a local boy fighting leukemia.

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Marty dropped the first puck, and the game was on.

Nearly 300 people came out to see the game. Between donations and raffles, the players helped raise about $4,500.

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The 2012 team won the game, 5-3. But the real winners were the Wells family and the community of Burlington.