Prior to the All-Star break, each of the Rochester Americans said where they were going to spending their break before the final stretch of 2018-19 regular season.
Andrew MacWilliam – Headed to New Orleans.
Will Borgen - Going home to Minnesota for the break.
Nathan Paetsch - Coaching my son, Kellen hockey team and spending time with the family.
Matt Tennyson - I will be in New York City with my girlfriend, Alex during the break.
Wayne Simpson - For the break, I am going to Boston and relaxing there.
Kevin Porter - I’ll be in Austin, Texas.
Victor Olofsson - Enjoying New York City with Asplund during the all-star break.
Sean Malone - Going to beautiful Buffalo, New York.
Andrew Oglevie - I am going to be in Norte Dame for the break.
Taylor Leier - I have no big plans but will look for places to live here in Rochester.
C.J. Smith - Headed to warm, sunny Fort Lauderdale, Florida to spend time with a friend there.
Eric Cornel - I am going Fort Lauderdale, Florida.
Zach Redmond - I will be relaxing somewhere but not sure where yet.
Jack Dougherty - Headed to New York City.
Scott Wilson - Going to spend the break in Toronto.
Rasmus Asplund - Sightseeing in New York City with Ollie.
Scott Wedgewood - My girlfriend, Brittany and I are going to Key West, Florida.
Jonas Johansson - I am not quite sure exactly what I am going to be doing yet as I am still trying to finalize plans.
Adam Wilcox - I am going to Milan, Italy with my wife, Jayna.
Dalton Smith - I will be going to Naples, Florida with my girlfriend Holly.
Brandon Hickey - Will be going to Boston for the all-star break.
Brendan Guhle - Was planning to go to Florida but instead I am going to Springfield for the AHL All-Star Classic.
Kyle Criscuolo - Going to Chicago with my fiancé Gabby.
Tyler Randell - Going to Scarborough, Ontario to spend time with family and see some friends who I have not seen in a while.
Danny O’Regan - I will be going to Boston, Mass.
Yannick Veilleux - Spending time with the family while at home in Quebec.
Alexander Nylander - Spending time in Toronto with both my brother, William and father.
Chris Taylor - I am going to sit at home and enjoy the peace and quiet time. I will eventually go over the things we need to improve on in the second-half of the season and get ready for rest of the year.
Gord Dineen - Spending the break in Orlando, Florida.
Toby Petersen - I will be staying in Rochester, chasing my kids around the house and plan on going skiing one day.
Following the annual break, the Amerks resume their three-game road swing on Friday, Feb. 1 as the Amerks travel to face the Binghamton Devils at Floyd L. Maines Veterans Memorial Arena Game time is slated for a 7:05 p.m. start and can be heard live on The Sports Leader AM 950/95.7 FM ESPN Rochester. The North Division matchup can also be viewed on AHLTV.