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Moose join forces with Salvation Army, Toyota to collect toys this holiday season

December 13, 2007 - American Hockey League (AHL) - Manitoba Moose News Release

The Manitoba Moose, along with all Winnipeg Toyota dealers and the Salvation Army, are pleased to announce fans can drop off all new, unwrapped toys at each of the four remaining Manitoba Moose home games prior to the Christmas Break as part of the Salvation Army's Toy Shop program.

At each of the next four Moose four home games (December 14th & 15th vs. the Lake Erie Monsters and December 21st & December 22nd vs. the Hamilton Bulldogs - MTS Centre, 7:30 PM) fans can drop off a new, unwrapped toy in the back of the Toyota Highlander which is located on the concourse of the MTS Centre anytime during the game or during the day of the game. Toys can also be dropped off at any of the four Winnipeg Toyota Dealerships. In conjunction with the Moose and Toyota dealers, the Salvation Army's Toy Shop program is hoping to collect 10,000 toys to distrubute to families in need. The Salvation Army will also be at the four upcoming Moose games with their Christmas Kettles to help raise money for those in need this holiday season prior to each game.

This holiday season, the Moose will play four more home games at the MTS Centre as they face the Lake Erie Monsters on Friday, December 14th and Saturday, December 15th. The Moose will play their final games before the holiday break against the Hamilton Bulldogs on Friday, December 21st and Saturday, December 22nd. All games begin at 7:30 PM at the MTS Centre.

Moose fans can get tickets to all of these games, as well as purchase their "Holiday Puck Packs" by calling the Manitoba Moose ticket office at 987-7825 or by going online at www.moosehockey.com.

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