Innisfail Eagles Holding Annual Toy & Toque Toss Game

Allan Cup Hockey West action in Innisfail this week will see the Eagles host the Stony Plain Eagles. That game starts at 8:30 on Friday, November 17th at the Twin Arenas and it will include a Toy & Toque Toss in support of the Innisfail & District Christmas Bureau.

The annual Toy & Toque Toss game for the Innisfail Eagles is coming up.
 
Allan Cup Hockey West action on Friday, November 17th at 8:30pm will see them host the Stony Plain Eagles.
 
Mike Bennett with the Eagles Board of Directors explains how the toy toss will be conducted this year.
 
 
Bennett says they collected close to 220 stuffed toys during this event last year.
 
 
He adds, they will also be accepting cash donations for the Innisfail & District Christmas Bureau at the front door. 
 
Meanwhile, as part of the local senior men's AAA' hockey team's 70th anniversary season, the alumni weekend is coming up on November 24th and 25th.
 
On Friday, November 24th an alumni game featuring past Innisfail Eagles players will take place on the ice at the Twin Arenas. Tickets to that one will be $5 dollars each with the proceeds supporting Innisfail Minor Hockey.
 
Then on Saturday, November 25th the current Innisfail Eagles team will face off against NHL alumni players. Doors open at 4pm, warm up is at 4:30 and the game is at 5 o'clock.
 
Bennett says tickets for that game featuring the Eagles versus NHL Alumni will cost $15 dollars for general admission or they will be $20 bucks for preferred seating. They will be available starting Thursday, November 18t at the Innisfail Auction Mart.
 

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