The Regina Pats Hockey Club is excited to host the Red Deer Rebels for Teddy Bear Toss Night presented by Global Regina on Saturday at the Brandt Centre.
Members of the Regiment are asked to bring a new, plush toy to the game. When the Pats score their first goal, fans toss the stuffed creature on the ice. Bags will be provided at the door for you to put the item in before it’s sent flying.
Won’t have time to get a plush toy before the game? Game Sponsor Global TV will have a limited number on hand for purchase with proceeds going to the Salvation Army.
This is one of our favourite nights of the year,” said Pats COO Stacey Cattell. “Pats fans are generous every year in the Teddy Bear Toss Night and we look forward to putting some smiles on kids faces this Christmas season.”
The Pats Store will be selling a limited number of K9 stuffed toys, for $15 on game day that you can toss as well.
“Every year the children’s programs in both Regina General Hospital and Wascana Rehabilitation Centre are overjoyed by the generosity from the Pats community. Hockey plays a big part in the lives of many in our province and we are fortunate to be on the receiving end,” said Nicki Bayfield-Ash, Director Mom & Kids, Regina. “The players that deliver the bears bring smiles to many little faces.”
Every tossed toy ends up in a good place. Regina Pat players will make some special deliveries to Regina hospitals before Christmas, with the remaining quantities being donated to the Salvation Army, and Regina Palliative Care Inc. – Caring Hearts Camp.
Tickets for Saturday’s game at 7 p.m. are available at reginapats.com, the Brandt Centre Box Office or stop by any Regina Safeway to get Safeway Fun Zone tickets for just $13 plus tax