Mascherin Records Teddy Bear Goal, First Career Hat Trick in Loss to Spitfires
Adam Mascherin registered his first career Ontario Hockey League hat trick, which included the Rangers' 23rd annual Teddy Bear goal, but it was in a losing effort as the Windsor Spitfires (16-10-2-0) skated to an 8-5 win over the Kitchener Rangers (18-10-2-0) in front of 7,132 fans at The Aud on Tuesday night.
Mascherin's first goal of the night was the first of the night for the Blueshirts and sent 10,908 bears to the ice - a new Rangers' record for number of Teddy Bears thrown.
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