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Start time for Saturday's game vs. Florida moved to 1 p.m.

Sabres will welcome more than 20 alumni for '90s Night

by Sabres PR @SabresPR / Sabres.com

The Buffalo Sabres today announced that the start time for the team's game against the Florida Panthers this Saturday, Jan. 4 at KeyBank Center has been changed from 7 p.m. to 1 p.m. The game will be televised on MSG and can be heard on WBEN 930 AM instead of WGR 550 AM due to Bills programming. The team will celebrate '90s Night presented by Roswell Park Comprehensive Care Center on Saturday afternoon, welcoming back more than 20 Sabres alumni from the decade.

"We are happy to announce this start time change so that all of our fans can enjoy the Buffalo Bills playoff game on Jan. 4 after our Sabres game," Buffalo Sabres Co-Owner and President Kim Pegula said. "Buffalo has a great tradition of all of our teams and fans supporting each other, and we want to make sure we can accommodate everyone the best way possible. We would like to thank the Florida Panthers organization for their understanding and willingness to change the start time."

The following alumni are scheduled to attend the game and will welcome fans in the concourse beforehand:

Donald Audette
Matthew Barnaby
Stu Barnes
Doug Bodger
Jason Dawe
Dave Hannan
Grant Ledyard
Clint Malarchuk
Brad May
Jay McKee
Scott Metcalfe
Randy Moller
Craig Muni
Michael Peca
Derek Plante
Wayne Primeau
Rob Ray
Darryl Shannon
Richard Smehlik
Pierre Turgeon
Rick Vaive
Dixon Ward

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