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Bridgeport Sound Tigers

Amerks Lose Again, Something They Mastered in the Third Quarter

The story repeats itself: Team doesn’t show up for a majority of a game and then a mistake results in an overtime loss. Travis St. Denis scored the easiest goal of the night 93 seconds into overtime standing all alone in front of Linus Ullmark and the Sound Tigers departed town with the win. The …
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Gameday Notes: Players Familiar with O’Regan

The Amerks finish the third quarter of their season tonight at home vs Bridgeport Sound Tigers, a team they’ve already defeated twice this season. A 4-1 road win on December 10, 2017 and a 3-2 overtime win at home on January 5, 2018. Danny O’Regan will play in his first game tonight for the Amerks …
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Gill and Guhle are Being Pushed by Taylor

The Rochester Americans won in overtime Friday night after Brendan Guhle turned on his after burners to score on a breakaway. If only the team could have the first minute of regulation back. And also the last but this team operates with the mindset of it’s all about how you respond and they responded yet …
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Gameday Notes and Quotes vs Sound Tigers

The second place Amerks start the new year with back to back home games with the intent of turning their home record around. They play Friday night vs Bridgeport Sound Tigers and Saturday vs Lehigh Valley Phantoms. This will be the second meeting between the Amerks and Sound Tigers, the first was December 10 in …
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Wilcox and Redmond Lead Amerks to a Sunday Win

The Amerks finished off a long weekend with a 4-1 win over the Sound Tigers and will head home earning five out of six possible points. Two wins and a shootout loss. Adam Wilcox was the first star of the game after facing 37 shots and stopped all but one of them for his third …
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2011-2012 The Hockey News AHL Predictions vs End of Season Standings

At the start of every season most publications try and predict the season ending standings, something I would never want the task of doing.  I decided to take a look back at the The Hockey News predictions for the 2011/2012 season compared to the final standings and for the most part they were way off. …
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Corey Tropp Sent Down; AHL Replay in Preliminary Stages

The news from Monday was that the Buffalo Sabres sent Corey Tropp back to the Amerks now that he’s recovered from a concussion.  Unless you’ve been following the Sabres you’ve probably forgotten about Tropp as an Amerks forward.  He’s only played in 12 out of 33 games for the Amerks this season with 10 of …
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The Hockey News Ranks Amerks to be 4th in the West

The Hockey News has published it’s preview of the American Hockey League’s 2011/2012 season and the Rochester Americans are ranked 4th in the West and based on those predictions would win the North Division.  The rankings were put together by the D&C’s Kevin Oklobzija. Thanks to Admirals Roundtable for the rankings.  Looking back at the …
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A Rare Monday Hockey Night in Rochester

Tonights game is simple, the Amerks need to win.  That’s it.  No other outcome will be acceptable. There’s been talks about the team not having had a full week of practice together.  The fact that Taffe, Repik, and Duco were late to joining the team.  That may have been the case for some sloppy play …
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Trevor Gillies Signs with Bridgeport

The Amerks were hit with a surprise left this afternoon when they learned that Trevor Gillies had signed with the Bridgeport Sound Tigers.  As of this morning they said they were negotiating with Gillies and thought things were going well.  I guess Gillies didn’t see it that way. The team had hoped to have a …
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Amerks Jersey Ranked 2nd by The Hockey News

The Hockey News ranked jerseys last year based on the teams logo, this year they decided to go by patches, striping, and piping to rank the jerseys.  I also need to mention colors as well. The Amerks were ranked second for a “Classic crest with a clean look to it.”  I’m not quite sure how …
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American Hockey League Teams on Twitter

As the 2009/2010 season approaches it appears as if the American Hockey League is finally represented within the Twitter universe. Twitter is a great service for sports fans due to the fact that news can usually be summed up in less than 140 characters leaving out all of the extra fluff that accompanies articles. If …
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