The bears were bagged up and will be donated to schools, food banks, churches and other charities for the holidays, WGAL reported.
CommunityAid is also donating a quarter per stuffed animal, or more than $11,400, to the Children's Miracle Network and one club seat owner for the team will donate $1 per bear to the Sweigart Family Foundation, WHP reported.
The Bears ended up winning the game, too, beating Hartford Wolf Pack 4-3 in overtime, USA Today reported.
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The AHL Bears were not the only team to host a Teddy Bear Toss.
Bakersfield Condors held a similar event on Saturday night, NBC Sports reported.
While the WHL's Calgary Hitmen held its event on Sunday afternoon, according to NBC Sports. The Hitmen have been hosting a toss since 1995 and have collected 402,608 stuffed animals over the past 24 years.