Why can't all charity drives be this awesome?
At a recent Calgary Hitmen junior league hockey game in Canada, fans gathered for the annual "Teddy Bear Toss." Everyone waited patiently for the first goal to be scored and then began covering he ice with teddy bears. Tens of thousands of the cuddly stuffed animals were thrown onto the ice, delaying the game for 40 minutes. The bird's eye view of the mayhem is pretty unreal, mostly for one reason: It. Just. Keeps. Going.
Believe it or not, the players hand-delivered all 23,096 of the bears to the Alberta Children's Hospital. Now that's a holiday tradition.
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