Hockey followers could also be accustomed to seeing an injured participant eliminated on a stretcher on occasion.

However at Saturday evening’s Buffalo Sabres sport, it was the crew’s longtime play-by-play broadcaster who needed to depart the sport for a medical purpose.

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Rick Jeanneret, 76, reportedly began feeling lightheaded throughout the Sabres’ sport towards the Anaheim Geese, the Buffalo Information reported.

Colleague Rob Ray briefly took over for Jeanneret, after which Brian Duff known as the motion for the remainder of the sport, the Information reported.

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There have been no quick particular particulars on Jeanneret’s situation.

Jeanneret has been broadcasting Sabres video games on radio or tv since 1971, based on the Information. He was identified with throat most cancers in 2014 and had a pacemaker put in in 2016, the newspaper reported.

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The Sabres gained Saturday evening’s sport 3-0.

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