Longtime Buffalo Sabres player and coach Lindy Ruff showed his support for the Bills by wearing a Bills mask during practice for the New Jersey Devils on Saturday.
Ruff, entering his first season as the Devils coach, was decked out in Devils gear otherwise, but added a gray mask with the Bills' logo, as shown in the photo tweeted by the Devils.
Ruff, of course, coached the Sabres from the 1997-98 season through the 2012-13 season and led the franchise to 10 playoff appearances and one Stanley Cup final.
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A former Sabres second-round draft pick, he played 608 games with the organization from 1979-80 to 1988-89 with 102 goals and 285 points.