You've never seen anything like the Calgary Hitmen's annual Teddy Bear Toss charity event.

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Above: More than 21,000 teddy bears were thrown onto the ice at the Calgary Hitmen junior hockey team’s annual Teddy Bear Toss. The bears were bagged up (with some help from the home team) and donated to kids in need.

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