Senior Flyers at home for two games with teddy bear toss on Saturday

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Fans attending Saturday’s game are asked to bring a new teddy bear to the game. When the Flyers score their opening goal of the game, fans are encouraged to throw their teddy bear wrapped in plastic or a shopping bag onto the ice. Fans are asked to have the bears in plastic or shopping bags so they are not ruined by the snow on the ice.

The bears will then be turned over to the Salvation Army where they will go to children in the community. 

The Senior Flyers enter the two games before the winter break with a record of 8-4-1, good enough for second place in the division.

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After the games, the Flyers will be off until January 2 when they travel to Dawson Creek.

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