London Knights Present Sun Life Financial Teddy Bear Toss
London, ON: The Sun Life Financial Teddy Bear Toss in support of the Salvation Army will take place on Friday December 4th at The John Labatt Centre when the London Knights take on the Guelph Storm. Game time is 7:30pm.
The London Knights are asking fans attending the game to bring an unwrapped teddy bear/ plush toy to throw on the ice when they score their first goal of the game. "The Teddy Bear Toss is a great way for us to help our community by partnering with a local charity like the Salvation Army and give to those in need during this holiday season" Mark Hunter, General Manager. The Salvation Army will give the bears to children in the community for Christmas that would otherwise go without.
Make it a Knight to remember Knights fans!
KNIGHTS' TEDDY BEAR TOSS HISTORY
Dec. 12, 2008: Goal scored by Phil McRae. 7,729 bears. Knights 5, Bulls 2
Dec. 7, 2007: Goal scored by Daniel Erlich (first OHL goal). 5,884 bears. Knights 4, Greyhounds 0
Dec. 8, 2006: Goal scored by David Meckler. 4,540 bears. Mississauga 5, Knights 4
Dec. 9, 2005: Goal scored by Rob Schremp. 5,972 bears. Knights 4, Spirit 2
Dec. 10, 2004. No goals. (Gerald Coleman and Adam Dennis shutouts). 6,966 bears. Knights 0, Storm 0
Dec. 19, 2003: Goal scored by Scott Sheppard. 3,900 bears. Knights 8, Spitfires 4.
Dec. 14, 2002: Goal scored by Ryan Hare. 2,954 bears. Rangers 6, Knights 4
Dec. 9, 2001: Goal scored by Patrick Barbieri. 1,319 bears. Knights 6, Otters 4
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