Jack Eichel continues to Shine


There are so many reasons to love Jack Eichel. His long, powerful stride. His quickness. His snapshot. His leadership. His on-ice awareness. But it’s his work off the ice that deserves as much attention.

This past week, the 19-year-old debuted a new line of apparel to support Carly’s Club at Roswell Park. All proceeds will benefit pediatric cancer research and year-round patient support programs.

jack-siloA gold silhouette featuring one of his signature goal celebrations with the phrase “Shine Gold” –representing pediatric cancer awareness– can be purchased on a hat and a t-shirt.

Since joining the team, Eichel has paid many visits to patients at Roswell Park. He simply wanted to do more.

“These young patients and their families show incredible courage and strength every day. Cancer can’t be easy for anyone to deal with, especially kids, and I’m happy to be helping Carly’s Club make a positive difference in their lives.” – Jack Eichel

The Sabres 2015 first round draft pick made a visit to Roswell Park Cancer Institute recently, making sure every patient on the pediatric wing received the new apparel, signing autographs, and creating smiles everywhere he went.

To support the terrific cause and to get your merchandise, click here: https://www.jeichel15.com

Jeff Seide
I've been a Sabres fan since my first game in the Aud in '76 against the Habs. I sat in the lower golds for that game and though I've been to close to 400 games, I've never sat as close as I did that night.
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