The WHL’s Calgary Hitmen might have the most impressive teddy bear tosses, and this year is no different. When Jordy Stallard scored the team’s first goal of the game Sunday, fans chucked their bears onto the ice. Look at all that plush.
The Cornell crowd held its annual teddy bear toss after Saturday night's hockey game, but when the giant teddy bear had to go over the glass—OK, there's one leg. And now, the struggle.
The holiday season is here, which means it's time for a million videos of minor league hockey fans hurling teddy bears onto the ice. It's the most wonderful time of the year!
Often imitated, never duplicated, the WHL's Calgary Hitmen's annual Teddy Bear Toss is the best spectacle in junior hockey, and it's for a good cause. Fans bring stuffed animals to the game, and upon the Hitmen's first goal, they're hurled onto the ice in an orgiastic torrent of plush. The bears are then donated to…
Fans and players in Calgary were horrified as plushy death rained from the rafters. Scores were killed, maimed, and softly nuzzled to sleep.