A multi-purpose arena in downtown Buffalo has been the home for the Sabres since 1996. Known as KeyBank Center, this venue is a major hub in upstate New York. In addition to hosting Buffalo Sabres home games, it also hosts Buffalo Bandits lacrosse and many major concert tours coming through the region.
This building exudes an energy that perfectly matches with hockey. From illuminated logos in the pavilion to an LED ribbon board, the facility lights up for the Sabres. The luxury suites, however, are the best place in building. Enjoying a game from the comfort and style of these boxes add to the experience. Comfortable seating, VIP parking and entrances, HDTVs in suite, and incredible catering are just some of the accommodations your guests can expect. Whether you are looking to host for a private or professional group, the luxury suites at KeyBank Center will make everyone happy. Contact us today at 610-828-7407 to speak with one of our friendly and knowledgeable staff members about renting a suite for the game of your choice.
Suite owners at KeyBank Center know just how amazing these boxes truly are. If you already own a suite and have not yet partnered with LuxuryVIPSuites.com, we encourage you to please email DJ direct at email@example.com to find out more about our company and how we can market your suite for unused games to help you bring back some of your annual cost in suite ownership. No game should be left unused. LuxuryVIPSuites.com will match one of our client groups with your suite to keep the building rocking.
Catch a Buffalo Sabres game in a luxury suite at KeyBank Center!
Representing Buffalo, New York in the NHL’s Eastern Conference, playing in the Atlantic Division, is the Buffalo Sabres. Founded in 1970, the Sabres come from a cold weather region with a fan base that has a red hot passion for hockey. Their two Stanley Cup appearances in franchise history have not yielded any victories, keeping the Buffalo faithful thirsty for a championship.
While the first few seasons entailed the typical struggles of an expansion team, there was definitely room for optimism. The Sabres first draft pick, Gilbert Perreault, was making it clear that he deserved to be in the lineup, scoring 38 goals in his first year and winning the Calder Memorial Trophy as rookie of the year. By the following season, Perreault was put on a line with Rick Martin and Rene Robert which would go on to be known as “The French Connection”, one of the most famous and productive lines of the decade.
By 1975, the Sabres, powered by the French Connection line, made their way to the Stanley Cup Finals. Losing to the Philadelphia Flyers, Buffalo had established themselves as a threat and would make the playoffs for the next 11 years straight. Despite the play of some great stars over the years, the Sabres would not find themselves in the final round of the Stanley Cup playoffs again until the end of the 1998-99 season. Pushing the Dallas Stars to the brink of a deciding game seven, the Sabres lost in the third overtime of game six on a controversial goal call.
Looking to avenge the loss, the Sabres take to the ice each night with the intention of making it back to the finals and hoisting the Stanley Cup for their home crowd. Unfortunately, Buffalo has been on the outside of the playoff tournament looking in for nine of the last eleven years.
Last season’s record of 25-45-12 had them in last place in the Atlantic Division. There is no doubt that major changes are needed in Buffalo. NHL great and former Sabre Phil Housley took over the role of head coach last season and aims to clean up the mess in Buffalo, getting this team back on track. He has already found a new starting goaltender in Carter Hutton. The veteran has been hot between the pipes and is definitely helping stabilize the club.
Meanwhile, the team has some major assets working in front of the goalie including Jack Eichel, Jeff Skinner, Sam Reinhart, Rasmus Ristolainen, and Kyle Okposo.
The Sabres also were able to pick up Jason Pominville and Marco Scandella via a trade with Minnesota. Ryan O’Reilly departed for St. Louis in an offseason trade that netted Buffalo several players and draft picks to help their future. The team also addressed its vacant captain slot by having their young star Jack Eichel fill the role.
While no one knows what the outcome will be for this team, one thing is for certain: the Sabres are on the move.
The city of Buffalo loves its hockey team. Some of the most loved players to don the Sabres sweater over the years include Gilbert Perreault, Rick Martin, Rene Robert, Dominik Hasek, Pat LaFontaine, Alexander Mogilny, Phil Housley, Dave Andreychuk, Dale Hawerchuk, Mike Ramsey, Chris Drury, Danny Briere, and Ryan Miller. Additional information about the Buffalo Sabres organization can be found by clicking here.
If you own a Buffalo Sabres suite, we can market your luxury suite for the dates you choose not to use or give away to clients.
This is a great opportunity to offset all of the suite expenses you incur each year. You have thousands of dollars just sitting there – no Buffalo Sabres game should go unused. Your tickets are often worth 2 to 3 times more than you are paying the venue.
So why not let us earn you extra revenue while helping out a corporate group who needs to entertain clients at a game or concert in the Buffalo Sabres suites?