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Player Thoughts from the Amerks 2018 Locker Clean Out

The ice is gone, the bags are packed, the locker room is empty and players are making plans to go back home for the summer. Locker clean out’s are complete and with that comes end of season thoughts and looking forward. Getting swept in three games by Syracuse wasn’t how anyone wanted the season to …
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Zero Playoff Wins – Amerks Season is Over

The 2017/2018 Rochester Americans season is over after losing three straight games to the Syracuse Crunch. The better team won. Playoff hockey requires a team game that Syracuse had, Rochester didn’t. It was an impressive crowd for a Wednesday night and the first round of playoff hockey, especially with the team down by two games …
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Amerks Regular Season by the Numbers

The first half of the 2017/2018 Rochester Americans season was recapped as a fun winning team. In the second half of the season they stayed alive, stuck with it, made it through injuries, recalls and it was enough to clinch a playoff position. The team finished in third place in the North Division. They also …
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A Big Crowd Fueled Justin Bailey and the Amerks Comeback

The energy of a home crowd can fuel the success of a team and that’s what happened on Friday night. Justin Bailey scored two goals to start an Amerks comeback and called it the best crowd in the three years he’s been a Rochester American. An announced crowd of 7,846 may not have been the …
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Connor Ingram Shuts Out the Amerks

It only takes one mistake by a team to lose and that’s what happened on Wednesday night when the Syracuse Crunch shutout the Rochester Americans in a one goal game. Matt Tennyson turned the puck over trying to leave the Amerks zone, Syracuse moved the puck around,┬áCarter Verhaeghe fired a shot off the back boards …
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Colin Blackwell Leads Amerks to Third Straight Win

Two weeks ago the Rochester Americans had lost four straight, couldn’t figure out what was going on and talked about needing to string some wins together. Last weekend Chris Taylor shared some “not so nice words” during a first period intermission. Tonight the Rochester Americans came from behind again to win 3-2 over Laval Rocket. …
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Another Loss After Another Hat-trick Against

The Rochester Americans may have added a new record to the record books, consecutive games played in with a hat-trick being scored. On Friday night it was the fourth straight game they’ve played in with a player having a three goal game. Only one of the games has been a Rochester player. Travis St Denis …
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Another Hat-Trick Against, Another Loss

The Amerks have given up hat-tricks in two consecutive games which has resulted in two consecutive losses. Austin Czarnik scored three goals for the Providence Bruins to lead them to a 5-3 win on Friday night over the Rochester Americans. Travis St. Denis had the honors on Thursday night for Bridgeport. One more game on …
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Amerks Lose after Giving Up a Four Goal Lead

The Rochester Americans came together as a team on Thursday night giving up six straight goals to the Bridgeport Sound Tigers and blowing a four goal lead. That’s right, the Amerks had a 4-0 lead at one point in the game. They also had a 16-6 advantage in shots at the end of the first …
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Amerks Have a Tough Weekend Ahead

The Rochester Americans had a rough week and they only practiced. Since Sunday the Buffalo Sabres have called called up Kyle Criscuolo, Brendan Guhle, and Danny O’Regan. Seth Griffith had gone up the week prior. Two of them have been added to the injured list, Criscuolo (4 to 6 weeks) and Griffith (unknown upper body). …
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Amerks Walked Over the Marlies

The Rochester Americans have two wins in their past three games against the number one team in the league, the Toronto Marlies. Embrace the moments as they happen. After a rare Friday night off the Amerks rolled into Toronto, played 60 minutes of hockey and took off out of town with another road win. The …
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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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