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A Survivor at Every Rink: Buffalo Sabres

Buffalo, NY. Let’s Go Buffalo! Roswell Park lung cancer survivors Patty Kuzara and Cindy Kureczka will represent Team Draft at the First Niagara Center in Buffalo, New York. The survivors will watch their hometown Buffalo Sabres take on the Dallas Stars as a continuance of Team Draft’s “A Survivor at Every Rink” initiative that is fueled through a relationship with NHL during their annual Hockey Fights Cancer month.

Team Draft’s goals are to create a unique experience for participating survivors and to raise awareness on a local and national level by using each game and each survivor’s story to weave a broader narrative about the state of lung cancer and the hope that now exists for those battling the disease.

Thank you NHL, Buffalo Sabres, Roswell Park Cancer Institute and Renee Witt for joining forces with Team Draft to make this experience possible.

About Hockey Fights Cancer:

Hockey Fights Cancer™ is an initiative founded in December 1998 by the National Hockey League and the National Hockey League Players’ Association to raise money and awareness for hockey’s most important fight. To date, through the NHL’s US and Canadian charitable foundations, more than $12.8 million has been raised under the Hockey Fights Cancer initiative to support national and local cancer research institutions, children’s hospitals, player charities and local cancer organizations. The Hockey Fights Cancer program is also a component of the NHL’s “Biggest Assist Happens Off the Ice” campaign – the League’s long-standing tradition of addressing important social issues in North America and around the world.

The Hockey Fights Cancer program is supported by NHL Member Clubs, NHL Alumni, the NHL Officials’ Association, Professional Hockey Trainers and Equipment Managers, corporate marketing partners, broadcast partners and fans throughout North America.

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