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Alvin Kamara receives fine letter from NFL for wearing holiday-themed cleats
Saints running back Alvin Kamara was sharing his holiday spirit in the Saints win over the Falcons on Christmas Eve by wearing red holiday-themed cleats, knowing he would likely be fined. On Thursday, he shared a photo of a fine letter he received from the NFL.
He posted a picture of the letter on Twitter with a Tis the season caption saying that he’ll start the GoFundMe page later.
Kamara told reporters after the Saints’ win that it was worth it to wear the cleats, despite a possible fine from the league.
I’m going to make a GoFundMe �� yeah, I’m getting fined �� and whatever the fine is, I’m going to pay the fine and the rest I’m going to donate to a charity. Simple as that, Kamara said. We were just talking about the NFL not being a Grinch. We need them to just leave us alone.
It’s not clear how much Kamara was fined, but according to NFL guidelines, uniform violations typically cost $6,076 for the first offense and $12,154 for any subsequent infractions.
There was a shadow across about half the ice lengthwise at the start of the game. By the middle of the opening period, the shadow was at least partially covering about two-thirds of the ice, with the team benches in sun along the outfield edge and facing where home plate usually sits. The playing surface was completely in the shade at the start of the second period, except for the side boards to Lehner’s right on the first base side of the field.
The Sabres trailed 2-0 after one period before Reinhart cut the deficit in half 56 seconds into the second period on a rebound of Ristolainen’s shot.
Shortly before that, Lehner made a stellar stop on a short-handed breakaway by Grabner that would’ve given the Rangers a three-goal lead.
The Sabres tied it 27 seconds into the third as Ristolainen fired a wrist shot off a pass from Ryan O’Reilly.
We got the momentum back, Lehner said. We start working hard, they start taking penalties. We got back to the game. Unfortunately we got a penalty there (in overtime).
New York got on the scoreboard at 4:09 of the first as Carey got a pass from Jesper Fast and fired it past Lehner from straightaway.
Grabner made it 2-0 at 8:20. Marc Staal sent the puck of Lehner’s back as he spun around and skated past the left side of the goal, and it came to Grabner at the right side and he put it in for his 18th of the season.