Sabres Unveil Golden Jersey To Celebrate 50th Anniversary

Sabres Unveil Golden Jersey To Celebrate 50th Anniversary

Sabres Unveil Golden Jersey To Celebrate 50th Anniversary

The Sabres unveiled a Golden Jersey on Friday that they will wear for 13 games this season to commemorate the occasion; 2020 will be their 50th year in the National Hockey League.

The white jerseys have the iconic Sabres crest in gold and navy blue. Aside from the blinged-out logo and accents, the collar of the jersey features different Sabres logos throughout their team's 50-year history. Five stripes - one representing each of the franchise's decades - are embroidered on both sleeves as well as the jersey's bottom. They are similar to those that have been worn the last two years by the Vegas Golden Knights.

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The jersey can be preordered at the Sabres Store at KeyBank Center, where it will be available for purchase September 17. New Jersey Devils, December 12 vs. Nashville Predators, December 27 vs. Boston Bruins, January 30 vs. Montreal Canadiens, February 6 vs. Detroit Red Wings, February 13 vs. Columbus Blue Jackets, March 5 vs. Pittsburgh Penguins, March 21 vs.

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