More than 28,000 stuffed toys flood Calgary Hitmen game

Fans threw thousands of stuffed toys on the ice during a game between the Calgary Hitmen and Swift Current Broncos.

The Teddy Bear Toss is an annual tradition

A record-setting 28,815 stuffed toys flooded the Scotiabank Saddledome during a game between the Calgary Hitmen and the Swift Current Broncos. 2:06

Thousands of stuffed toys rained down on a crowd of excited fans during the 21st annual Petro-Canada Teddy Bear Toss.

The fuzzy creatures rocketed from a crowd of thousands, who had gathered at the Scotiabank Saddledome in Calgary to watch the Calgary Hitmen take on the Swift Current Broncos.

According to the website of theCalgary Hitmen a record 28,815 stuffed toys were thrown by a sold out crowd of 19,289 fans.

Video Credit: Calgary Hitmen TV


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