Sabres Catwalk For Charity event will haunt your dreams forever
The Sabres dressed in silly circus costumes for charity, but they ultimately looked...well, we'll let you be the judge/
The Buffalo Sabres host a number of charity events throughout the year, but the Catwalk for Charity is one of their biggest events, and one of their most public. It's a fun event, as various Sabres players dress up in funny costumes for monetary donations, and we even got a fake-punching rumor out of it a few years ago.
However, this year things seem to have gone horribly awry. The theme for this year's Catwalk appears to be some type of [sycho Circus style, and Ringmaster Ryan Miller is here to welcome you to the festivities.
Just ran into the ringmaster himself, #RyanMiller backstage at #Catwalk. #Sabres pic.twitter.com/s0nivzc8jn— Robert Kirkham (@RobertKirkhamBN) December 16, 2013
Things didn't get that much better from there, as Miller's Circus featured the "Tyler Twins" in these Tweedledee and Tweedledum suits:
Tyler Myers & Tyler Ennis at tonight's Catwalk for Charity Fundraiser. Good sports! pic.twitter.com/kieqclkuqk— Bill Wippert (@BWipp) December 16, 2013
The amazing snake charming abilities of Christian Ehrhoff and John Scott:
Another fun @Catwalk4Charity event by @RyanMiller3039! Here's my stage partner John Scott and I #snakecharmer pic.twitter.com/LU4SSQzNHU— Christian Ehrhoff (@TheRealHoff10) December 16, 2013
You had the lion (Moulson/Flynn) taming abilities of Steve Ott:
Liontamer Steve Ott with Matt Moulson & Brian Flynn at tonight's Catwalk for Charity Fundraiser. pic.twitter.com/sNsoeAlJ5X— Bill Wippert (@BWipp) December 16, 2013
A bearded backup goaltender:
Bearded ladies, anyone? pic.twitter.com/xRsxh3lprD— Britt (@BLMC88) December 16, 2013
And whatever this monstrosity was:
Yep, still love my team. pic.twitter.com/tdcRe0K3ly— Britt (@BLMC88) December 16, 2013
Then finally - and most horrifically - Rick Jeanneret ruining your child's birthday party with this lovely getup:
Where does #RickJeanneret hide this #CatWalk clown outfit? I bet where #MommaHidesTheCookies. pic.twitter.com/2ufPhLEIc9— Robert Kirkham (@RobertKirkhamBN) December 16, 2013
Luckily, all the money raised last night went to Ryan Miller's Steadfast Foundation. Still, was it worth seeing that which cannot be unseen? Actually, yes, as Miller's Steadfast Foundation supports families and children in Buffalo with cancer. Good on the last-place Sabres for some first-rate charity work.