Bogo’s back! The 6’4″ blue liner’s back on his feet following yet another lower body surgery, that’s unfortunately shut him down for the remainder of the 2018 season.
.@BuffaloSabres D @BogosianZach joins @MorningBull97 to promote #JamCancerInTheCan charity event to benefit @RoswellPark this weekend after #Sabres vs @GoldenKnights. #Buffalo Sign up info is below! https://t.co/MYP1rx0yMN
— 97Rock (@97RockBuffalo) March 6, 2018
But that doesn’t mean he still can’t support the Buffalo community. He’s gearing up for his yearly charity event, “Jam Kancer in the Kan,” a KanJam tournament to benefit Roswell Park Cancer Institute.
How’d you like to play KanJam with the Buffalo Sabres, on the KeyBank Center floor following this weekend’s game versus Las Vegas? There’s still openings left, so be sure to reserve your spot before the tournament closes!
Zach Bogosian joined Morning Bull to promote his charity event this weekend, and also took some questions on his life before he went pro. Since 97 Rock’s hosting our annual “Putting Buffalo to Work” Career Fair, we asked him what crappy job he had to work when he wasn’t on the ice. He even still helped out when he made the NHL, so be sure to click on the audio to find out what he had to do, even when he was cashing NHL paychecks!