By: KDKA-TV News Staff

PITTSBURGH (KDKA) – Despite the loss to the Buffalo Sabres on Tuesday night, the Penguins and Sabres celebrated inclusivity.

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It was the second joint Pride Game at PPG Paints Arena and both teams wore commemorative warm-up jerseys with the Pride Progress flag along with a Pride Game Patch.

Those jerseys will be auctioned off with the proceeds benefitting six organizations, including You Can Play.

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You Can Play was founded by Penguins’ President of Hockey Operations Brian Burke in honor of his late son Brendan.

Burke’s son died in a car accident not long after he had come out as gay.

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You can bid on these jerseys and other Pride Night items on the Penguins Foundation website at this link.