In a celebration of women’s hockey and the pond hockey roots of the sport, the Buffalo Beauts will play the Metropolitan Riveters in the Buffalo Believes Classic – an NWHL outdoor regular season game on Saturday, Dec. 28 at 6:30 p.m. at RiverWorks, located on the banks of the Buffalo River.
Capacity for the Buffalo Believes Classic in this unique and intimate setting will be for approximately 1,000 fans and the event is for all ages. Season tickets for the Beauts, which will go on sale later this week, will include this game at RiverWorks in addition to the team’s 11 home games at Northtown Center at Amherst.
“We’re proud and honored to host the Buffalo Believes Classic with the Beauts and the NWHL,” said Sean Green, director of athletics and sponsorship at RiverWorks. “It’s going to be a fantastic day shining a light on women’s hockey.”
Green has been working closely with Buffalo general manager Mandy Cronin to plan a memorable day for the local hockey community, with initiatives including a special Beauts Beer to mark the occasion. More details will be made available in the months ahead.
“RiverWorks is such an amazing venue,” said Cronin. “This is going to be an important and fun day – a genuine celebration of our sport in the great hockey city of Buffalo.”