BUFFALO, N.Y. (WIVB) - There are some soldiers going to Buffalo Sabres games this season, thanks to defenseman Mike Weber. The team says he is donating tickets to “Tickets for Troops.”
Weber will give a pair of tickets to a member of the military for each home game this season. Each person will sit in section 100, row 18. They will also receive a Sabres jersey at the game.
Military members who would like to be considered for these tickets can visit Sabres.com to complete the Tickets for Troops application.
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