Sabres help launch Salvation Army's kettle campaign

Posted at 1:11 PM, Nov 28, 2014

You’ll hear the familiar jingle of a bell when you head down to the Buffalo Sabres game at First Niagara Center Friday night.

The Salvation Army is launching its annual holiday kettle drive outside the arena before the 7 p.m. game against the Montreal Canadiens.

The team says Sabretooth will also be on hand to help Salvation Army officers collect donations at entrances.