Friday night is teddy bear toss for Victoria Royals

Back to back. home and home series with Vancouver Giants for Victoria Royals

The Victoria Royals hope to continue their winning ways when they take on the Vancouver Giants in a home-and-home series starting tomorrow night December 12th for their fourth annual Teddy Bear Toss Night.

All teddy bears collected on Friday will be distributed to local charities.

Puck drop for Friday’s contest is at 7:05 p.m..

Saturday night the team travels to the Pacific Coliseum for the second game of the series.

Victoria Royals’ netminder Coleman Vollrath stopped all 34 shots in a 1-0 win over the Prince Albert Raiders on Tuesday night at the Save-On-Foods Memorial Centre.

Tyler Soy broke the tie four minutes into the third period. Vollrath recorded his second shutout of the season and third of his Western Hockey League (WHL) career.

 

 

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