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In March of 2006, Pat's #16 was retired by the Buffalo Sabres and raised to the rafters of the First Niagara Center (formerly HSBC Arena), joining other Sabre legends [[Gilbert Perreault]], [[Rick Martin]] and [[Rene Robert]] (a.k.a. The French Connection), [[Tim Horton]] and [[Danny Gare]].
 
In March of 2006, Pat's #16 was retired by the Buffalo Sabres and raised to the rafters of the First Niagara Center (formerly HSBC Arena), joining other Sabre legends [[Gilbert Perreault]], [[Rick Martin]] and [[Rene Robert]] (a.k.a. The French Connection), [[Tim Horton]] and [[Danny Gare]].
   
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During the [[2010 Stanley Cup Playoffs]], he appeared in an NHL cross-promotional commercial for Honda, featuring [[Neal Broten]], [[Mike Richter]] and himself constructing a pond hockey rink and playing a pick-up game with neighborhood children.
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During the 2009-2010 NHL Stanley Cup Playoffs, he appeared in an NHL cross-promotional commercial for Honda, featuring [[Neal Broten]], [[Mike Richter]] and himself constructing a pond hockey rink and playing a pick-up game with neighborhood children.
   
 
Pat also appeared in EA Sports Cyberathlete Commercials where the 3-D version of himself scored a goal while a member of the Buffalo Sabres.
 
Pat also appeared in EA Sports Cyberathlete Commercials where the 3-D version of himself scored a goal while a member of the Buffalo Sabres.

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