For the first time in almost a year, fans will be allowed to attend a Buffalo Sabres game.

The team made the announcement yesterday that fans will be allowed for select games, beginning next month.

The first game fans have the opportunity to attend will be the March 20 contest against the Boston Bruins.

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For fans to be able to attend, safety protocols similar to the process fans went through to attend the Bills postseason games will be followed.

WIVB reports fan capacity will be capped at 10 percent, in a
accordance with New York State regulations.

Just as fans had to do before attending the Bills games this season, attendees will have to provide proof of a negative PCR COVID-19 test within 72 hours of the event.

Season ticket holders will be notified first when tickets for select games become available, before seats are made open for others, according to WIVB.

The Sabres organization says they will be communicating with fans in the coming days as more information on ticketing becomes available.

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