Buffalo Jr. Sabres Excited to Announce the Addition of a Girls Hockey Program
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January 23, 2024
BUFFALO JR. SABRES LAUNCH GIRLS HOCKEY PROGRAM TO EMPOWER YOUNG ATHLETES
Buffalo, NY – The Buffalo Jr. Sabres proudly announce the establishment of their Girls Hockey Program, aimed at fostering a supportive an empowering environment for young female athletes in the world of ice hockey.
As a renowned organization committed to developing the next generation of hockey players, the Buffalo Jr. Sabres recognize the growing interest and talent among young girls in the sport. The launch of the Girls Hockey Program signifies the organization’s dedication to providing equal opportunities for both male and female players to excel in hockey.
“As President of the Buffalo Jr. Sabres, it has always been my goal to provide young athletes the opportunity to play hockey at the highest level with our experienced staff of coaches and state-of-the art facilities," said Patrick Kaleta, President, Buffalo Jr Sabres. "The addition of a girls program only furthers our commitment to growing the game in our community and will set a new standard for girls hockey in Western New York”
The Buffalo Jr. Sabres believe that this initiative will not only contribute to the growth of women’s hockey but also empower young girls to pursue their dreams within the sport. The organization is excited about the positive impact this program will have on the local community and looks forward to witnessing the success of its participants on and off the ice.
To make this the best possible program from the start, the Buffalo Jr. Sabres are pleased to announce Nicole Brown as the Director of Girls Hockey within the organization. “I am very excited to help bring high level Tier 1 girls hockey to the Buffalo Jr. Sabres program. This is a huge step towards growing the girl’s game in Western NY. Having access to the highest-level coaches, facilities, and support will benefit so many young girls for years to come.”
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