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Keith Wozniak

Scott Wedgewood Wants More than Just a Career Season

There were some questions on July 1, 2018 when the Buffalo Sabres announced in the first minutes of free agency that they signed goalie Scott Wedgewood to a one year two-way contract. Almost eight and a half months later Scott Wedgewood has answered all of those questions, many doubt filled, and proved that he could …
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Amerks Score Three in the Third, Wedgewood Earns Fifth Shutout

A slow 40 minutes of play opened up in the final 12 minutes of the game when the Amerks scored three goals to win 3-0 against the Utica Comets. Scott Wedgewood made 30 saves for his 25th win and fifth shutout. The only thing notable from the first period was a ridiculous game misconduct call …
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Amerks Sign Kurt Gosselin Through 2019-2020 Season

The Rochester Americans announced that they’ve signed their first new player through next season. Defenseman Kurt Gosselin signed an ATO (Amateur Tryout Contract) to finish the remainder of this season with the Cincinnati Cyclones and has also signed a two-way American League contract through next season. He’ll have a chance to compete for a roster spot on …
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Amerks Complete Perfect Weekend with 6-1 Win Over Devils

Finishing a set of three games with three regulation wins in less than 48 hours along with losing an hour of sleep is something the team is satisfied with. The Amerks took a few too many penalties on Sunday but it didn’t slow them down from putting six goals up on the Devils to win …
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Recap of the Last 5 Games (Games 56-60)

Welcome to the 12th part of a 15 part season series highlighting the last five games (the last segment will be six games) showing off the stats, standings, highlights, transactions and whatever else took place prior to the next five games. The goal is to post these the day of the next game of a …
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Olofsson, Leier Power Amerks to Fifth Straight Road Win

The road win in Binghamton wasn’t the easiest and the team wasn’t too happy with their performance but the end result is what matters most. After gaining an early two goal lead the Devils tied the game and made the Amerks work for the win. Two goals from Victor Olofsson in the last five minutes …
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Wedgewood, Amerks Shutout Sound Tigers to Sweep Season Series

The weekend started with great five goal shutout win over the Bridgeport Sound Tigers on home ice. Scott Wedgewood earned his fourth shutout of the season with the five goals scored by Kevin Porter, Alex Nylander, Rasmus Asplund (x2), and Andrew Oglevie. Previous commitments prevented me from writing a game recap of my own but …
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A Big Stretch of Six in Nine Before a Break

In recent weeks it’s been said that the upcoming games are the biggest games of the season and that continues to hold true heading into this weekend as the Rochester Americans have slipped to second place for essentially the first time all season. There have been a couple of times based on points percentage they …
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Every Player Goes Through It – Managing the Bumps and Bruises

The bumps and bruises of a hockey season are something that every hockey player on every team goes through whether they’ll admit it or not. With only 18 games remaining in the regular season managing those bumps and minor injuries is more important than ever, especially for a team with the expectations of playing into …
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Will Borgen is a Thrilling and Confident Defenseman

Will Borgen decided last March to pack his bags, leave school, start his professional career, and after 57 games this season with the Rochester Americans it’s clear that he made the correct decision. He’s only missed one game this season but there’s a good chance he would have played if it was a playoff game. …
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