Sabres owner Terry Pegula writes a letter to Season Ticket holders

The team will not be raising season ticket prices

Paul Hamilton
April 19, 2018 - 4:18 pm

Photo: Adrian Kraus - Associated Press


Buffalo, NY (WGR 550) - Terry Pegula has written a letter to all season ticket holders that they are not raising season ticket prices for next season.

I was able to obtain the letter from a season ticket holder who asked not to be named and this is what it says,


I’m not happy and I am sure you aren’t either.

I’m sending this letter so that I can personally tell you that we will not be raising Season Ticket prices this year. You’ve been loyal to us in one of the most difficult times in franchise history and you deserve better.

When we decided to go through our rebuild, the expectation was that we would be competing for a playoff spot by now. That simply hasn’t happened. I bear my share of responsibility. Mistakes have been made along the way, but I’m not here to rehash those or make excuses. I’m here to tell you I watch the games too and the standard of the Buffalo Sabres must change.

I’ve challenged everyone in the organization to be better. Every single person, including me, needs to improve on everything we do.

As disappointed as I am in the season, the part of me that’s a fan like you is still excited for the future. We have players in our system at all levels of the organization – NHL, AHL, juniors, European leagues and the NCAA – and I’m confident they will make us consistently competitive.

This may not mean much. Until we win, it is just words. I just want you to know that I’m in it with you.


Terrence M. Pegula

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