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Adam Wilcox

Amerks Fall to Laval in One Goal Loss

The Rochester Americans split the weekend road trip to Laval with a win on Friday night in a shootout followed by a one goal regulation loss in an afternoon game. They finished with four out of six points for the week with wins over Bridgeport and Laval. The game was what one could expect in …
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Amerks Split the Weekend vs Toronto and Utica

The Rochester Americans split the weekend with a controlling 5-1 win over the Toronto Marlies followed by a battle against Utica that resulted in a 4-3 loss. In front of a crowd of just over 8,000 people the Amerks had goals from five different players along with strong goaltending again from Scott Wedgewood when they …
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Amerks Head into Christmas Break with 5-1 Loss to Hartford

This recap is directly from Amerks.com (Rochester, NY) … After allowing a pair goals in each of the first and third periods in the second-leg of a two-game set with the Hartford Wolf Pack (14-14-1-2), the Rochester Americans (18-10-2-0) closed out their final game before the Christmas break on the wrong side of 5-1 decision …
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Adam Wilcox Earns Win Over the Monsters in Overtime

The wins aren’t always going to come in easy ways and when they aren’t you have to rely on goaltending and that’s what the Rochester Americans did for the second night in a row. Adam Wilcox made 30 saves in the 2-1 overtime winner on the road in Cleveland to end the weekend with back …
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Amerks Lose Due to Turnovers and Another Slow Start

On Wednesday afternoon there was an article posted here about the Rochester Americans having a team meeting last week where they talked about getting back to playing the right way and being a better team. That all sounded great but those thoughts were  apparently sent down the Genesee River on Wednesday night before the game …
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Olofsson Extends Amerks Winning Streak; Ends Crunch Streak

The Rochester Americans skated away with a 4-3 win over the Syracuse Crunch on Saturday night on the road in what was the biggest game of the season through 24 games. Rochester extended their winning streak to three games, and fifth win in six games, while handing the Crunch their first regulation loss since October …
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Beyond The Blade: Amerks Weekly | Episode 6

Welcome to the sixth episode of our Amerks weekly podcast on Beyond The Blade between myself, Keith Wozniak, and Chad DeDominicis from Die By the Blade. It’s a short podcast where we discuss what’s currently going on with the Rochester Americans and what’s happened since the previous episode. This week we talk about Pilut, Guhle, O’Regan, goaltending, Borgen, Nylander, and next …
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Another Concerning Loss for the Amerks

Turnovers, off-sides, penalties, good shifts, bad shifts, bad bounces, goaltending – take your pick as to why the Rochester Americans lost on Friday night. Everything on paper should have indicated a Rochester Americans win against the Utica Comets but they made sure to do just about everything wrong and Utica was able to take advantage …
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Preview: Amerks Host Comets Tonight in Rochester

The Rochester Americans are back on home ice tonight against thruway rival and divisional opponent Utica Comets in front of what should be a lively post Thanksgiving crowd. It’s the first of two games this weekend, they’ll play on the road in Binghamton on Saturday night. These two teams have played twice this season and Rochester …
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Beyond The Blade: Amerks Weekly | Episode 5

Welcome to the fifth episode of our Amerks weekly podcast on Beyond The Blade between myself, Keith Wozniak, and Chad DeDominicis from Die By the Blade. It’s a short podcast where we discuss what’s currently going on with the Rochester Americans and what’s happened since the previous episode. This week we recap the Amerks three games and …
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Three Third Period Goals Carried Amerks to a Comeback Win

The third game in less than 48 hours for the Rochester Americans came down to the final 20 minutes of play and they found a way to erase a two goal deficit and win, mirroring the recent play of their parent team Buffalo Sabres. A win also helped make the five plus hour bus ride …
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Embarrassed in Springfield

That was an embarrassing night in Springfield for the Rochester Americans. There’s no other way to say it. There was 20 minutes of the game on Friday night where it appeared as though it was going to be a competitive hockey game and then the second period arrived. Scott Wedgewood got the start in net …
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