Monthly Archives: October 2013

Will Darcy’s Rebuild Kill Hockey Enthusiasm In Rochester?

I’ve had some form of Rochester Americans season tickets for close to 20 years now, and was a fan for a number of years before that. I’ve seen the good on this team, including a stretch of *6* Calder Cup … Continue reading

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Amerks Fans: Which Veteran Do You Scratch?

It was announced today that Kevin Porter has cleared waiver for the Amerks, and will be with the team for Saturday night’s game in Toronto. This puts the Amerks in a position they’re rarely in: Which veteran do they scratch? … Continue reading

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Its Time For Luke Adam To Return To Buffalo

For three seasons now, Luke Adam has experienced several highs and lows within the Buffalo Sabres organization. His flashes of brilliance have been overshadowed at times by his poor decision making. He’s had a habit of scoring points in bunches … Continue reading

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Amerks Outlast the Comets

The Rochester Americans took on the winless Utica Comets saturday night at the Blue Cross Arena. The Amerks ended up with a 6-4 victory despite relinquishing a 4-1 lead over the comets. The Amerks got goals from Luke Adam, Mike … Continue reading

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Recap: Amerks take down the Marlies

The Rochester Americans took on their north division rivals the ¬†Toronto Marlies at the Blue Cross Arena for the first time this season and came away with the 4-1 victory. The Amerks started the scoring 9 seconds into the game … Continue reading

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Why Mikhail Grigorenko Won’t Be In The AHL

For the second season in a row, highly-touted first-round draft pick Mikhail Grigorenko is off to an unimpressive start for the Sabres. He has been scratched twice in the first 9 games, and played only 8 shifts¬†last night, for a … Continue reading

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Hackett Blows a Gasket. We Saw This Coming. And Maybe It’s Good.

Last night, the Amerks lost their first road game of the season, falling 5-1 to Thruway rival Syracuse. I was not able to watch the game, but by reading the box score, its easy to see a lot went wrong … Continue reading

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