Brian Duff and Martin Biron look back on the impact the Carly's Club and the Courage of Carly Fund have had
Apr 26, 2018 • 05:07
We've heard it many times: The hockey community is one big family. And we are. So when cancer hits one of our family, whether it's a player, fan, coach, trainer, owner, fan, employee or family member, we are there to support.
The Buffalo Sabres Wives & Girlfriends got together for a photo shoot to raise awareness to our family's Hockey Fights Cancer initiative. Each of us had individual stories and are "Fighting For" someone in our family.
Phil's mother passed away at the age of 59 from glioblastoma. Our daughter (age 30) had a random skin scan this summer at the dermatologist, and it turned out to be skin cancer.
Early screening is important, no matter what your age. We are much further ahead in technologies than we used to be…so get yourself tested.
The American Cancer Society has a great guideline chart as to when you should get certain screenings done, so why not make that appointment right now? It could save your life or someone in your - and our - family.
Flashes of Hope 2017
Jason Pominville, Kyle Okposo and Zach Bogosian visited patients at Roswell Park Cancer Institute for a Flashes of Hope photo shoot
Apr 26, 2018 • 01:43
More details on the night
The Buffalo Sabres, in partnership with the Courage of Carly Fund at Roswell Park Cancer Institute, will again take part in the NHL's Hockey Fights Cancer™ program during the team's home game against the Carolina Hurricanes on Saturday, Nov. 18, at 7 p.m.
As part of an NHL-wide initiative to raise money and awareness for cancer research, the Sabres will be hosting events throughout the night in support of local cancer patients and their charitable organizations. All fans attending the game will receive a co-branded Sabres and Courage of Carly Fund scarf.