From the Sabres' official website: http://sabres.nhl.com/club/news.htm?id=535862&navid=DL|BUF|home The Buffalo Sabres today announced they will be unveiling the team?s new 40th anniversary third jersey and selling individual game tickets for the remainder of the season on Saturday, September 18, as part of ?Puck Drop 2010? at HSBC Arena. This day-long event will be an opportunity for fans of all ages to share in the excitement of the first day of training camp with a full day of events, and will also include an open practice and the Adult Street HockeyFest. Admission and HSBC Arena ramp parking are both free. Individual game tickets for the remaining 31 home games will go on sale at 9 a.m. on September 18. To purchase tickets by phone, call 1-888-223-6000, or visit www.sabres.com or www.tickets.com to purchase online. Visit www.sabres.com or call1-888-GO-SABRES for more information. Tickets for the first 10 regular season games are going on sale August 21 at 9 a.m. The Sabres will unveil the team?s new 40th anniversary third jersey at an open practice that morning. This classically-designed uniform is a tribute to not only the history of Buffalo hockey, but early NHL jersey designs. The 40th anniversary jersey will now serve as the team?s alternate jersey. Fans will be able to purchase the 40th anniversary jersey in the Sabres Store beginning that day. The team is also scheduled to take part in a scrimmage following the jersey unveiling. ?Puck Drop 2010? will also play host to the third annual Buffalo Sabres Adult Street HockeyFest on the streets surrounding HSBC Arena. The day-long street hockey tournament is open to men and women ages 18 and up, at a cost of $150 per team. Each team consists of up to five people and all teams are guaranteed three games. Each team member will receive a HockeyFest hat and t-shirt. Applications are only available by clicking here. The registration deadline is Monday, September 13. Space is limited. For more information on the HockeyFest, please call (716) 855-4144. Other ?Puck Drop 2010? events include: groups of players available for autographs throughout the day; live music in the Plaza area throughout the day; food and drink available for purchase both inside the arena and outside; and a Sabres Kidz Zone featuring interactive game What's odd to me is that it talks about an alternate 3rd jersey, but nothing about a new road jersey - - I thought sluggo was gone for good....does anybody else read it that way?