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by Staff Writer / Buffalo Sabres
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The Buffalo Sabres today announced that the next installment of the 2011-12 Power Play Luncheon series will take place on Friday, Feb. 10 in the 100 level Harbour Club at First Niagara Center. Sabres Hall of Famer Dave Andreychuk will serve as the event’s guest speaker.

The Power Play Luncheon series offers corporations and individuals an exclusive first-hand look at the Sabres’ organization and the NHL, with a portion of the proceeds from the event benefiting the Buffalo Sabres Foundation.

The luncheon begins at 12 p.m. and attendees will be asked to adhere to a business casual dress code.  Free parking will be available in the ramp adjacent to the arena.


Tickets for the luncheon are on sale now and can be purchased by contacting Lauren Yurko at (716) 855-4468.

The Buffalo Sabres Foundation is a 501 (c)(3) non-profit foundation that is committed to enhancing the quality of life for the Western New York region. In the process, the foundation strives to assist worthwhile organizations that make this region a better place to live and work. The primary focus of the foundation is to assist youth hockey initiatives, children's health and wellness initiatives, specifically those that serve the underprivileged and handicapped, and to provide support to non-profit organizations and groups that provide vital services to those in need in our community.

About Dave Andreychuk:
The most prolific power play sniper in NHL history, Andreychuk was selected 16th overall by the Sabres in the 1982 Entry Draft. He would go on to spend 12 of his 23 NHL seasons in Buffalo (1982-93; 2000-01), scoring 804 points (368+436) in 837 games. Andreychuk is second on the all-time Sabres lists in points and assists, and is third in goals. He holds the NHL career record for most power play goals with 274, including a Sabres-record 28 in 1991-92. As a Sabre, he scored 161 power play goals and still holds the team record by scoring four power play goals in one game (March 19, 1992 at Los Angeles).

The Hamilton, Ont. native won a Stanley Cup with Tampa Bay in 2003-04, and finished his career with 1,338 points (640+698) in 1,639 games with Buffalo, Toronto, New Jersey, Boston, Colorado and Tampa Bay. He is ranked fourth all-time in games played; 13th all-time in goals, and 25th all-time in points.
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