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by Staff Writer / Buffalo Sabres
The Buffalo Sabres today announced the team’s third annual Power Play Luncheon will return in October. The three-part lunch series will take place in the First Niagara Center 100 Level Harbour Club. The series offers corporations and individuals an exclusive first-hand look at the Sabres’ organization, with a portion of the proceeds from the event benefiting the Buffalo Sabres Foundation.

The first of the three luncheons will take place at noon on Thursday, Oct. 13. Speakers will include Sabres GM Darcy Regier and Head Coach Lindy Ruff. This event will also feature the opportunity for fans to dine at a table with a current player or member of the Sabres coaching staff as they prepare for the upcoming season.

The remaining luncheons will take place at noon on Friday, Dec. 2 and Friday, Feb. 17. Dates for the luncheons are subject to change. The guest speakers for these luncheons will be announced at a later date.

Individuals and corporate groups of up to 10 people interested in attending the luncheon can each choose between two different pricing packages:
  • Annual Corporate Package - $750
    Includes a table for up to 10 people for all three luncheons.
  • Corporate Single Luncheon Table - $325
    Includes a table for up to 10 people at one luncheon.
  • Annual Individual Package - $100 – includes all three luncheons for one person.
  • Individual Single Luncheon Seat - $40 – includes one luncheon for one person.
Corporate and individual annual packages, as well as corporate and individual tickets for the first luncheon, are now on sale at For questions, contact the First Niagara Center Account Services Office at (716)855-4444. Tickets will be mailed out during the week before the luncheon.

Attendees will be asked to adhere to a business casual dress code. Free parking will be available in the ramp adjacent to First Niagara Center.

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.
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