BUFFALO, N.Y. (WKBW) — The Buffalo Sabres are auctioning off a piece of history for a good cause.
The Sabres defeated the Pittsburgh Penguins 2-1 in the NHL's second Pride Game Tuesday night.
Players from both teams taped their sticks for pre-game warmups with rainbow tape and took the ice wearing commemorative pride warm-up jerseys that feature Progress Pride Flag and Pride Game shoulder patches. Pucks used in pre-game warm-ups also had a distinct colorful design.
Both teams co-hosting an online auction featuring autographed Pride jerseys, Pride Tape sticks and nameplates. The auction runs through November 23 at noon.
Click here to view the items up for auction. A portion of the proceeds will benefit three local Pride organizations: GLYS Western New York, Pride Center of Western New York and Niagara Pride.