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Amerks crumble late in loss to Bulldogs

Post by Rochester Americans. Coming into Saturday night’s game against the Hamilton Bulldogs, emotions were at a high for the Rochester Americans. The Amerks were a day removed from a 6-1 season opening victory, which featured 187 combined penalty minutes. Rochester started things off quick, when William Carrier turned on the jets down the right […]

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The curious case of Mikhail Grigorenko

Who could have imagined that when the Buffalo Sabres drafted Mikhail Grigorenko, with the 12th overall selection in the 2012 NHL Draft, that his career would be such a roller coaster ride.¬†Grigorenko was handed a roster spot in the beginning of the lockout-shortened 2012-13 season, but was eventually sent back to juniors. Grigorenko was then […]

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Sabres re-sign Adam to one-year deal

The Buffalo Sabres have re-signed restricted free agent Luke Adam to a one-year, two-way contract. Details of the contract have not yet been announced. Adam has had opportunities to excel at the NHL level, but can’t seem to stay there. After being sent to Rochester, Adam went back to his usual scoring, putting up 49 […]

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A closer look at the Amerks

The Sabres have had a rough season to this point, but if you look in the AHL, you’d see that some Amerks’ players are finding success. The Americans are in the hunt for a playoff spot with as they sit in 10th place with 32 points. They are only a point out of 8th, though, […]

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Rochester Americans – December in review

The first three months of the season are in the books and Rochester is currently sitting in 2nd place in the North Division, only three points behind the division leading Toronto Marlies. This leaves them in the 8th and final playoff spot in the Western Conference. The month of December was all over the place […]

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