The Buffalo Sabres are in Washington tonight and made sure they are showing their support for the seriously injured Buffalo Bills player.

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Damar Hamlin continues to recover at the University of Cincinnati Medical Center after a terrifying injury last night during the Buffalo Bills and Cincinnati Bengals game. Hamlin went into cardiac arrest, according to the Buffalo Bills, and remains in intensive care. 

Prayers and support have been coming in from all over the world. Teams are lighting up their stadiums in Bills colors, Tom Brady donated to Hamlin's charity among thousands of others, and figures from around the league are voicing their concern and support.

Meanwhile, what is really the Bills' sister team, the Buffalo Sabres, play tonight in Washington to play the Capitals. The players on the teams often go to each other's games and mingle in similar crowds. They have never been shy about their full-fledged support of one another. So, it isn't surprising at all to see the Sabres walk into Washington's arena today wearing these:

It's a simple yet classy gesture to show they are thinking and praying for Damar as he battles for his life.

Many people forget that similar things have happened in the NFL, such as the time Chris Pronger's heart stopped when he was hit with a puck while playing for St. Louis. It's a shocking moment for all athletes, let alone the fans.

The Sabres play the Capitals at 7pm.

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