Famous Bill Helps Start New Buffalo Sabres Tradition
One of the favorite times of year for people in Western New York has arrived, and the 716 is beyond excited.
Buffalo is often referred to as being a drinking city with a football and hockey problem, and with both the Buffalo Bills and Buffalo Sabres playing home games this week, you have seen that on full display all around town.
Knowing this, there is probably only one thing that could possibly be better than both teams being at home, and that's when players from one team support the other in front of an arena or stadium full of fans.
Entire Sabres Team On The Field At Highmark Stadium
It was just a few weeks ago when the entire Buffalo Sabres squad took a team trip to Highmark Stadium to watch the Bills take on the Miami Dolphins.
Undoubtedly, the support from the Sabres in the crowd helped the Bills as they romped the Dolphins 48-20.
Several Bills Watch The Sabres At KeyBank Center
The Buffalo love was in full effect as quite a few Buffalo Bills returned the favor and were in the house at the KeyBank Center as the Sabres hosted the New York Islanders.
Josh Allen, Dawson Knox, Gabe Davis, Kyle Allen, and more were on hand in the crowd returning the support the Sabres showed the Bills. During the festivities, Damar Hamlin was also on hand to help the crowd turn up the energy.
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Before the puck was dropped at center ice, Hamlin grabbed a drum and led the crowd in a Let's Go Buffalo chant.
It's without a doubt that Hamlin knows how to bring the vibes, but is this the start of a new pre-game tradition for the Sabres?
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