Ric Seiling enters his 15th season as Color Analyst for the Rochester Americans after joining the Amerks broadcast team during the 2005-06 season.
Seiling partners with Hall of Fame play-by-play broadcaster Don Stevens and serves as the analyst for Amerks television and radio broadcasts. In addition to calling Amerks games, Seiling also serves as the head coach of the Buffalo Beauts, whom he guided to their first National Women's Hockey League championship in 2016-17.
A native of Elmira, Ontario, Seiling was a first round draft pick (14th overall) of the Buffalo Sabres in the 1977 NHL Draft. He went on to play 10 seasons in the NHL (1977-1987), including nine with the Sabres. In 738 career NHL games with the Sabres and Detroit Red Wings, Seiling recorded 387 points (179 goals, 208 assists) and 573 penalty minutes.