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The Buffalo Sabres are ready to start fresh for the 2015-16 National Hockey League season, kicking things off by introducing a new prospects tournament at First Niagara Center and HARBORCENTER.
The inaugural Prospects Challenge will be a round-robin tournament taking place Saturday through Monday, September 12-14, featuring the Sabres, New Jersey Devils and Boston Bruins. Each team will play two games during the three-day event; tickets for each game are $10 each. Both Sabres games – September 12 against New Jersey (7 p.m.) and September 14 against Boston (7 p.m.) – will be played at the First Niagara Center, while the Boston/New Jersey game on September 13 will be played at HARBORCENTER.
Shortly after the Prospects Challenge is the All-American Prospect Game, taking place Thursday, September 24 at 7 p.m. at the FNC; tickets for that game go on sale Tuesday, September 1, and will cost $10 for 100 and 200 level seats and $7 for 300 level seats.
Pre-season tickets for the Sabres also go on sale September 1, ranging in price from $18-$40 at the box office. Sabres’ home pre-season games are Wednesday, September 23 against Ottawa (7 p.m.); Tuesday, September 29 against Toronto (7 p.m.); and Friday, October 2 against Columbus (7 p.m.).
Sabres’s single-game regular season tickets go on sale Saturday, September 19 at 9 a.m., as do tickets for the Rochester Amerks’ regular season appearance at the FNC. Get more information on the Sabres’ 2015-16 season and purchase tickets when they become available at the Sabres’ website.