DEA Beats FBI in Charity Hockey Game

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By Allan Lengel

In case you’re keeping score, yes, the FBI still has far more agents than the DEA.

But on the ice that didn’t seem to matter Saturday when the two agencies squared off at the Ashburn Ice house in Virginia to play a friendly game of hockey to raise money for the DEA’s Survivors Benefit Fund.

AOL’s website Patch reported that DEA won by a score of 7-4.

The website reported that the ceremonial puck drop was dropped by Loudoun County sheriff-elect Mike Chapman, and the DEA hung jerseys behind its bench of fallen agents Chad Michael, Forrest Leamon and Michael Weston, who were killed in a helicopter crash in Afghanistan in 2009.

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“We gave it a good try,” said FBI player-coach Dan Storey, according to Patch. “They did skate really hard, and we’ll look for a rematch against our buddies here at the DEA.”

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