“Rally together in tough times” – Sabres pay respects to victims of the Buffalo shooting

The Buffalo Sabres visit the site of the shooting in their city to pay respect to the victims and offer support for their loved ones.

The Buffalo community pays respect to the victims of the Buffalo incident
The Buffalo community pays respect to the victims of the Buffalo incident

The Buffalo Sabres visited the site of the shooting of the recent supermarket in their city and paid respect to the victims of the incident. They offered support for the community on Wednesday and encouraged the victim’s family to stand strong. Kevyn Adams Sabres manager, Kyle Okposo forward player, along with goalie Malcolm Subban joined the members of the Buffalo Bills of NFL, including Josh Allen, Sean McDermott, and the members of the Buffalo Bandits of the NLL at the gathering.

On Saturday in Buffalo, 10 people were killed at the Tops Friendly Market Grocery store. Kyle Okposo said on Twitter in a video posted by the Sabres, “It was important to us to come and just show our support and reflect on what has happened in our community and be together with people”. “For me personally, I just want to talk to people and have a conversation with them and ask them how they are doing.”

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The Buffalo’s come together to support the victims of the Buffalo shooting incident

The Buffalo community pays respect to the victims of the Buffalo incident
The Buffalo community pays respect to the victims of the Buffalo incident

Okposo, Subban, and Adams offered flowers to the memorial at the Tops Plaza and also spoke with the members of the community, as said on nhl.com. Adams said, “I’m from here and I know what this community is all about and how we rally together in tough times and we rally together in great times”. “Just actually being here today and being kind of part of the day and seeing everything certainly gives you a sick feeling inside just to know what this community is going through.”

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The Buffalo community came together to offer their support for this gruesome incident. The Buffalo Sabres listed the Buffalo 5/14 Survivors Fund and the Buffalo Together Community Response Fund as two ways fans can financially support and help the community during this tough time.

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