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Team's Revamp Should Include Doing Away With Cruel, Grotesque Fur, Says Group
For Immediate Release:February 21, 2013
N.Y. -- On the heels of the Buffalo Sabres' decision to fire head
coach Lindy Ruff, PETA is calling on the team to earn back the trust of its fan
base by doing away with something else: the logo-embroidered fur coat that the team recently started awarding to its
"player of the game." As PETA explained in a letter sent today to
team owner Terry Pegula, people who care about animals don't want to see their
favorite players wearing the pelts of animals who were likely bludgeoned,
strangled, electrocuted, and even skinned alive.
"There's nothing less sporting and more grotesque
than wearing someone else's skin," says PETA Executive Vice President
Tracy Reiman. "PETA is telling the Sabres that if they want to move
forward and leave the past behind, they need to stop draping their top-scoring
players in cruel caveman couture."
PETA's letter to Buffalo
Sabres owner Terry Pegula is available here. For more
information, please visit PETA.org.
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