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A pair of third-period power-play goals and 43 shots were not enough for the Rochester Americans (0-1-0-0), whose late game push came up just short in a 4-2 loss to the Syracuse Crunch (2-0-0-0) in the preseason opener Saturday night at Upstate Medical University Arena.

Rochester scored twice in the third frame on the strength of power-goals from Kohen Olischefski (1+0) and Matt Berry (1+0). Brendan Warren (0+1), Patrick Polino (0+1), Mason Jobst (0+1) and Filip Cederqvist (0+1) all added assists on the night.

Michael Houser and Beck Warm split the goaltending duties in the contest. Houser, who earned the start in-between the pipes, made 19 saves before Warm stopped 11 of the 13 shots he faced in just over 27 minutes of relief effort.

Syracuse, which opened its exhibition schedule Friday, was paced offensively by forwards Alex Barre-Boulet (1+2), Felix Robert (1+2) and Gabriel Dumont (1+1). Jayden Dureau opened the scoring as he lit the lamp in the opening frame while veteran netminder Max Lagace made his preseason debut. The 29-year-old goaltender stopped 41 of the 43 shots he faced.

Sun, Oct 9 5:00PM Preseason
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The Rochester Americans (0-2-0-0) closed out their preseason schedule on the wrong side of a 5-1 decision against the Utica Comets (1-1-0-0) Sunday at The Blue Cross Arena.

For the second straight game, the Amerks got on the scoreboard thanks in part to a power-play goal. The lone marker for Rochester came from veteran defenseman Ethan Prow as he was set-up by rookie forward Lukas Rousek in the second period.

Goaltenders Malcolm Subban and Michael Houser split the goaltending duties in the contest. Subban, who earned the start in-between the pipes, made 21 saves before Houser stopped seven of the eight shots he faced in 21 minutes of relief effort.

Utica, which opened its exhibition schedule Friday, was paced offensively by Reilly Walsh’s two-point effort with a goal and an assist. Michael Vukojevic, Nolan Foote, Nikita Okhotiuk and Graeme Clarke completed the scoring as they all added a goal each.

Netminder Akira Schmid made his preseason debut by making 14 saves to earn the win.

Fri, Oct 14 7:05PM
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Four unanswered goals, including three on the power-play and one shorthanded, helped propel the Rochester Americans (1-0-0-0) to a 4-2 season-opening victory over the Toronto Marlies (0-1-0-0) Friday at The Blue Cross Arena.

Swedish forwards Linus Weissbach and Isak Rosen each scored a power-play goal to go with an assist for their first multi-point outing of the campaign while Sean Malone added a pair of helpers. Brett Murray and Chase Priskie capped off Rochester’s scoring with a power-play and shorthanded goal, respectively. Brandon Biro, Lukas Rousek, Lawrence Pilut and Jiri Kulich all produced an assist.

Along with Rosen and Kulich, Filip Cederqvist, Aleksandr Kisakov and Tyson Kozak all made their pro North American debuts while Priskie, Kale Clague and Jeremy Davies all donned the Amerks crest for the first time.

Goaltender Ukko-Pekka Luukkonen made 22 saves in his season debut to earn the win. Dating back to the 2021-22 campaign, the Finnish netminder shows a 7-2-5 record in his last 14 starts.

Sat, Oct 15 4:00PM
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Less than 24 hours after erasing a one-goal deficit and scoring four unanswered goals, the Rochester Americans (1-1-0-0) found themselves on the opposite side in Saturday’s rematch against the Toronto Marlies (1-1-0-0), who erupted for three third-third period goals, including twice on the man-advantage, to come away with a 3-1 win at Coca-Cola Coliseum.

Rookie forward Lukas Rousek notched his first goal of the young season from fellow first-year forward Filip Cederqvist and Mason Jobst midway through the opening period for Rochester while goaltender Ukko-Pekka Luukkonen made 37 saves in his second consecutive start. Dating back to the 2021-22 campaign, Luukkonen owns a 7-3-5 record in his last 15 starts.

Semyon Der-Arguchintsev produced a pair of assists for Toronto for his first two-point effort of the campaign. Nicholas Robertson opened the scoring for the Marlies in the third period before Alex Steeves and Adam Gaudette closed it with their second and first goals of the season, respectively.

In his season debut, goaltender Keith Petruzzelli stopped 25 of the 26 shots he faced, which included 13 over the final 40 minutes of regulation to earn victory.

Wed, Oct 19 7:05PM
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The Rochester Americans (2-1-0-0) erased a 3-2 deficit in the third period before newcomer Anders Bjork capped off the thrilling come-from-behind victory with the overtime game-winner 3:29 into the extra session to lift the Amerks to a 4-3 win over the Belleville Senators (2-0-1-0) Wednesday night at The Blue Cross Arena.

Rookie forward Lukas Rousek registered his first professional multi-point effort of his career as he tallied one goal and an assist while Sean Malone also produced a pair of points (1+1). Brandon Biro netted his first marker of the season before Bjork, who joined the Amerks on Tuesday afternoon after being assigned by the Buffalo Sabres, completed the victory in his Amerks debut.

Jiri Kulich, Michael Mersch, Lawrence Pilut, Ethan Prow and Kale Clague all recorded an assist in the win while goaltender Ukko-Pekka Luukkonen made 20 saves in his third consecutive start to begin the campaign. Dating back to the 2021-22 season, Luukkonen boasts an 8-3-5 record in his last 16 starts.

The contest was Bjork’s first AHL game in three years to the day of his last AHL appearance when he recorded two assists for Providence in a 7-4 win over Belleville on Oct. 19, 2019.

Fri, Oct 21 7:05PM
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Facing a one-goal deficit entering the third period, the Rochester Americans (3-1-0-0) erupted for three third-period goals, including the game-winner from Brett Murray with three seconds remaining in the contest, to cap a thrilling 4-3 win over the Syracuse Crunch (0-1-0-2) Friday at The Blue Cross Arena.

The Amerks are off to their first 3-0-0-0 start on home ice since the 2006-07 campaign. Tonight’s win was also the second straight when trailing entering the final frame.

Forward Linus Weissbach matched a career-high as he logged a three-point night on two goals and one assist, all in the third period, while Brandon Biro also produced a multi-point effort with a pair of helpers. While Murray capped off the win with his second goal of the season, rookie forward Tyson Kozak scored his first professional marker to open the contest.

Isak Rosen, Anders Bjork, Filip Cederqvist and Jiri Kulich each picked up an assist on the night. Cederqvist and Kulich have two and three assists, respectively, through the first four games of the young season while Bjork has points (1+1) in back-to-back games since being reassigned by the Buffalo Sabres.

Goaltender Ukko-Pekka Luukkonen (3-1-0) made 17 saves to earn his third win in his fourth consecutive start to begin the campaign. Dating back to the 2021-22 campaign, Luukkonen boasts a 9-3-5 record in his last 17 starts.

Sat, Oct 22 7:00PM
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A four-goal third-period by the Syracuse Crunch (1-1-0-2) was too much for the Rochester Americans (3-2-0-0) to overcome in a 6-2 loss in Saturday’s rematch between the North Division rivals at Upstate Medical University Arena.

Defenseman Kale Clague recorded his first multi-point effort as an Amerk as he recorded a pair of assists. Forward Sean Malone notched his second goal of the season during the middle period from Linus Weissbach and Clague to open the Amerks scoring. In the third period, defenseman Mitch Eliot, who made his season-debut, added his first of the season from Mason Jobst and Clague.

 

Goaltender Ukko-Pekka Luukkonen (3-2-0), who entered the contest leading the AHL in wins, saves and games played, made a season-high 28 saves in his fifth straight start to begin the campaign. Dating back to the 2021-22 slate, Luukkonen boasts a 9-4-5 record in his last 18 starts.

Felix Robert registered his first AHL hat trick as he recorded his third, fourth and fifth goals of the season while Daniel Walcott also tallied a pair of goals and an assist for Syracuse, who were 0-1-0-2 to start the slate. Gage Concalves chipped in two assists while goaltender Max Lagace (1-1-1) drew his second straight start. The netminder stopped 32 of the 34 shots he faced to earn his first win of the season.

Fri, Oct 28 7:00PM
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After tying the score at 1-1 early in the second period, the Rochester Americans (3-3-0-0) surrendered the next seven goals to the Laval Rocket (2-4-1-0) as they dropped an 8-1 contest Friday at Place Bell in the first of back-to-back meetings between the North Division rivals this weekend.

The game was also the first matchup between the two teams since the Rocket eliminated Rochester in the North Division Finals this past Spring.

Brandon Biro provided the lone tally for the Amerks as he scored his second of the season from Lukas Rousek and Jiri Kulich early in the second period. Goaltender Ukko-Pekka Luukkonen (3-3-0) made 19 saves in his sixth straight start to begin the campaign but was replaced by Michael Houser midway through the final frame. Houser stopped eight of 10 shots he faced in relief.

Defensemen Brandon Davidson and Zach Berzolla each made their season debuts tonight. Berzolla also made his Amerks debut while Davidson skated with the team in each of the past two seasons.

Sat, Oct 29 3:00PM
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Forwards Brandon Biro (0+2), Mason Jobst (0+2), Isak Rosen (1+1) and Jiri Kulich (1+1) all recorded a multi-point outing on the strength of a 31-save effort from Michael Houser to help the Rochester Americans (4-3-0-0) collect a 5-1 victory over the Laval Rocket (2-5-1-0) Saturday at Place Bell.

By splitting the weekend series, Rochester finished the first month of the regular season with .571 winning percentage as they show a 4-3-0-0 record through its first seven games. It marks the seventh straight season the club has a .500 winning percentage or better dating back to 2016-17.

Along with Biro, Jobst, Rosen and Kulich all earning points, Linus Weissbach, Brett Murray, and Anders Bjork all scored one goal apiece in the win. Weissbach and Biro are tied for the team’s scoring lead with seven points on the young season while Rosen and Kulich pace the team’s rookies.

Defenseman Matt Bartkowski, who was signed to a professional tryout Saturday morning, made his Amerks debut while Houser made his first start of the campaign. Houser finished the contest making 31 saves to earn his first AHL win since Jan. 2, 2022.

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Seven different goal-scorers coupled with a stellar 24-save effort from goaltender Ukko-Pekka Luukkonen powered the Rochester Americans (5-3-0-0) to a dominating 7-2 win over the Syracuse Crunch (1-4-1-2) Wednesday at The Blue Cross Arena.

With the win, it marks Rochester’s fourth straight on home ice and seventh in last eight dating back to the end of the 2021-22 campaign. With a 5-3-0-0 overall record this season and 10 points, the club is tied for the top spot in the North Division.

Forwards Brandon Biro (1+1), Linus Weissbach (1+1), Lukas Rousek (0+2) joined defenseman Oskari Laaksonen (0+2) as the team’s multi-point-getters on the night while Matt Bartkowski, Brendan Warren and Mason Jobst each scored their first goals of the season. Jiri Kulich and Brett Murray rounded out the scoring for Rochester, which has now outscored its opponents 12-3 over the last outings.

Ethan Prow, Isak Rosen, Mitch Eliot, Filip Cederqvist, Anders Bjork, and Riley Sheahan, who made his Amerks debut after being loaned to the Amerks from the Buffalo Sabres Monday, all earned an assist in the win.

Luukkonen, who made his seventh start in eight games, made 24 saves to improve to 4-3-0 with the victory. Dating back to the 2021-22 slate, Luukkonen boasts a 10-5-5 record in his last 20 starts.

Fri, Nov 4 7:05PM
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Trailing 3-1 entering the final minute of the second period, the Rochester Americans (6-3-0-0) erupted for four straight unanswered goals, including two in 22 seconds, to storm back and claim a 5-3 win over the Utica Comets (2-4-0-1) in the first leg of a home-and-home series between the North Division rivals Friday at The Blue Cross Arena.

The win improves Rochester to 5-0-0-0 on home ice, the team’s best start at home since 2006-07, and moves the Amerks to within two points of first place in the American Hockey League’s North Division standings.

Forwards Anders Bjork (1+1) and Brandon Biro (0+2) both notched a multi-point effort as did defenseman Ethan Prow (1+1) in the win. Lukas Rousek, Linus Weissbach and Mason Jobst all scored one goal apiece.

Matt Bartkowski, Riley Sheahan, Jiri Kulich and Brett Murray all logged an assist while goaltender Ukko-Pekka Luukkonen improved to 5-3-0 as he matched a season-high 37 saves.  Luukkonen boasts a 11-5-5 record in his last 21 starts dating back to the 2021-22 campaign.

Sat, Nov 5 7:00PM
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The Rochester Americans (6-4-0-0) fell behind by a pair of goals three minutes into the third period versus the Utica Comets (3-4-0-1) on Saturday but saw their rally fall short as they dropped a 2-1 decision at Adirondack Bank Center. The contest served as the second leg of a home-and-home series between the two teams with the North Division rivals splitting the weekend set.

Despite the loss, Rochester’s first since Oct. 28, the Amerks show a 6-4-0-0 record through the first 10 games of the season and remain in second place in the North Division with 12 points.

Forward Brett Murray provided the lone goal for the Amerks as he tallied his fifth of the season and third in the last four games. Murray shows four points (3+1) dating back to Oct. 29 as does defenseman Ethan Prow, who picked up the secondary helper on the play. Prow (0+4) also appeared in his 300th AHL game tonight.

Rookie Tyson Kozak earned his first career professional assist on Murray’s goal while goaltender Michael Houser (1-1-0) made 21 saves but suffered the defeat in his third appearance of the season.

Brian Pinho logged his first multi-point effort as a Comet as he scored his team-leading sixth goal of the season to go with an assist while Nolan Foote extended his goal-scoring streak to a career-best three straight games. Goaltender Nico Daws (1-3-0) turned aside 22 of 23 to record his first victory.

Wed, Nov 9 7:00PM
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Ukko-Pekka Luukkonen’s near-perfect 34-save effort carried the Rochester Americans (7-4-0-0) to a 3-1 win over the intrastate rival Syracuse Crunch (2-6-1-2) Wednesday at Upstate Medical University Arena.

With the win, the Amerks own a 3-1-0-0 mark through the first 12 games of the season series with the Crunch after showing a 4-6-2-0 record during the 2021-22 campaign. Overall, Rochester shows a 7-4-0-0 record through the first 11 games of the slate and have won four of its last five to remain in second place in the North Division with 14 points.

Forward Lukas Rousek recorded his third multi-point effort of the season as he picked up an assist on the first Rochester goal of the contest before sealing the scoring with his fourth tally of the campaign. Defenseman Ethan Prow opened the scoring in the game with his second goal of the season to extend his point streak to five games. Dating back to Oct. 29, Prow has recorded six points (2+4). Zach Berzolla scored his first as an Amerk while Mason Jobst, Brandon Biro and Brandon Davidson all turned in an assist in the win.

Luukkonen stopped 34 of the 35 shots he faced, which included 19 in the final 20 minutes of play, to improve to 6-3-0 on the season. The netminder, who is tied for the league lead in wins (6), also contributed offensively, recording his first assist of the campaign late in the third period on Rousek’s goal.

Fri, Nov 11 7:05PM
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Four different skaters recorded multi-point efforts, including Filip Cederqvist (2+1) and Aleksandr Kisakov (1+1), but the Rochester Americans (7-4-1-0) couldn’t hold off a late push by the Cleveland Monsters (7-5-0-0), who scored in the final minute of regulation before prevailing in overtime to escape with a 6-5 win Friday at The Blue Cross Arena.

Despite the Amerks suffering their first loss on home ice this season, the club extended its point streak to six games, going 5-0-1-0 over that span. Overall, Rochester is 7-4-1-0 through the first 12 games of the season and have points in five of its last six to remain in second place in the North Division with 15 points.

Along with Cederqvist and Kisakov notching their first multi-point outings, Isak Rosen (0+2) and Mitch Eliot (1+1) both earned two points each. Chase Priskie, who returned to the lineup tonight following a seven-game absence due to injury, opened the scoring while Jeremy Davies, Linus Weissbach, Riley Sheahan, and Matt Bartkowski all recorded an assist.

Michael Houser (1-1-0) and Beck Warm, who was recalled earlier in the day from Cincinnati and arrived moments prior to the contest, split the goaltending duties as Ukko-Pekka Luukkonen was unavailable to due to an illness. Houser, who earned the start in the crease, made 27 saves before Warm stopped five shots over 20 minutes of relief.

Sat, Nov 12 7:05PM
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For the second straight game, the Rochester Americans (7-4-1-1) were unable to hold a third-period lead, conceding a late goal to the Belleville Senators (5-6-1-0) before ultimately falling in the shootout, 3-2, Saturday at CAA Arena. 

It marked the fourth consecutive game between the two clubs that has gone beyond regulation and seventh of 10 contests dating back to the 2021-22 campaign, including both opening round matchups of the 2022 Calder Cup Playoffs. It also marked Rochester’s first shootout contest since April 19 of last season.

Despite the shootout defeat, the Amerks show a 7-4-1-1 record through the first 13 games of the slate and have points in six of their last seven to remain in second place in the North Division with 16 points.

Forwards Brendan Warren and Aleksandr Kisakov both scored their second goals of the season in the second and third periods, respectively. Warren has tallied three points (2+1) over his last his five outings while Kisakov has goals in back-to-back games to go with an assist. Rookies Filip Cederqvist and Tyson Kozak each tallied an assist while Chase Priskie also earned his first assist as an Amerk.

Lukas Rousek and Kisakov each scored in the shootout while Jiri Kulich’s attempt was unsuccessful.

Goaltender Beck Warm (0-0-2) appeared in his second straight game.

Fri, Nov 18 7:05PM
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A late goal in the third period by the Utica Comets (4-5-1-1) proved to be the difference as the Rochester Americans (7-5-1-1) were on the wrong side of a 3-2 score Friday night at The Blue Cross Arena.

The game served as the first leg of home-and-home series between the two clubs ahead of Saturday’s rematch in Utica. The regulation loss was Rochester’s first on home ice this season after starting the campaign 5-0-1-0. Overall, the Amerks boast a 7-5-1-1 record through 14 games and have points in six of their last eight.

Forwards Michael Mersch and Sean Malone both returned to the lineup after missing a combined 16 games due to their respective injuries. The duo each scored for Rochester while Mersch (1+1) along with Brett Murray (0+2) both added a multi-point effort. Ethan Prow rounded out the scoring as he recorded an assist on Mersch’s first-period goal.

Goaltender Malcolm Subban (0-1-0) made 22 saves in his Amerks debut but was tagged with the defeat. The appearance was his first in the AHL since Dec. 1, 2021.

Third-year pro Matej Pekar skated in his first game of the campaign after he missed the first 13 games of the season due to an injury.

Sat, Nov 19 7:00PM
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A two-point night by rookie forward Isak Rosen (1+1), which included the eventual game-winning goal in the second period, and a 26-save effort from goaltender Michael Houser powered the Rochester Americans (8-5-1-1) to a 3-2 victory over the Utica Comets (4-6-1-1) Saturday at Adirondack Bank Center.

The Amerks flipped the script after falling 3-2 Friday night on home ice against the Comets to split the two-game home-and-home series. Through the first four games of the season series between the two teams, each team has now won both at home and on the road. Overall, Rochester, which has points in seven of its last nine games, boast an 8-5-1-1 record through 15 games to remain in third place of the North Division.

Along with Rosen scoring his third goal of the season, Alexsandr Kisakov and Brendan Warren each netted their third to secure the win. By picking up two points, Rosen, who leads all Rochester rookies with four multi-point games, became the first Amerks rookie to reach double digits in points and 15th in the AHL this season. Mason Jobst, Matej Pekar, Jiri Kulich and Matt Bartkowksi all recorded one assist.

Houser improved to 2-1-0 as he made his fifth appearance of the season and second versus Utica. Dating back to end of the 2021-22 season, the netminder has allowed two or fewer goals in eight of his last nine games.

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Linus Weissbach’s game-winning goal in the final seconds of overtime capped a wild third-period comeback as the Rochester Americans (9-5-1-1) scored three straight unanswered goals to erase a 3-1 deficit and stun the league-leading Providence Bruins (10-2-3-2) with a 4-3 win Wednesday at The Blue Cross Arena.

With the victory the Amerks have earned at least one point in seven of their first eight home contests so far this season, owning a 6-1-1-0 mark within the friendly confines of The Blue Cross Arena. Five of the six victories this season in the Flower City have come when the team trailed entering the final 20 minutes of regulation while all six wins have come by way of four or more goals. Rochester has outscored its opposition 16-7 after the start of the third period.

Along with Weissbach, who also earned the lone assist on the game-tying goal, recording a pair of points, Brett Murray tallied his second multi-point outing (2+0) in three games and first two-goal outing of the season. Anders Bjork tied the contest late in the third period as he scored his fourth goal of the season. Ethan Prow, Lukas Rousek, Jiri Kulich, Michael Mersch and Kale Clague all registered one assist each in the win.

Goaltender Michael Houser improved to 3-1-0 as he made sixth appearance of the season and second consecutive start.

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Forward Sean Malone (3+1) recorded his first career hat trick and Brett Murray (1+2) capped off a thrilling high-scoring affair 2:01 into overtime to lead the Rochester Americans (10-5-1-1) to a 6-5 win over the visiting Bridgeport Islanders (10-3-4-0) Friday night at The Blue Cross Arena.

With the victory, Rochester’s second straight in overtime, has earned at least one point in eight of its first nine home contests so far this season, boasting a 7-1-1-0 mark within the friendly confines of The Blue Cross Arena. Five of the Amerks’ seven home victories this season have come when the team trailed entering the final 20 minutes of regulation while all seven wins have come by way of four or more goals. Rochester has outscored its opposition 17-10 after the start of the third period.

Along with Malone, who also added an assist for first four-point night, and Murray recording multi-point games, Ethan Prow (0+2), Isak Rosen (0+2), Michael Mersch (0+2), and Kale Clague (1+1) all produced a pair of points. Mersch appeared in his 100th game as an Amerk. Jiri Kulich (1+0) rounded out the scoring in the win while Linus Weissbach and Anders Bjork each notched an assist.

Goaltender Malcolm Subban earned his first win as an Amerk to even his record to 1-1-0 as he made his second appearance of the season. The netminder’s last win in the AHL came on Dec. 1, 2021, as a member of the Rockford IceHogs.

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Despite opening the scoring 3:20 into the contest, the Rochester Americans (10-6-1-1) were unable to generate much offensively, being held to a single goal and season-low 15 shots in a 5-1 loss to the Lehigh Valley Phantoms (8-6-1-1) Saturday at PPL Center.

Despite the loss, however, the Amerks finished the week recording four out of a possible six points against the three different Atlantic Division teams, two of which are ranked among the top teams in the AHL in Providence and Bridgeport. Rochester earned at least one point in six of its nine games in November and overall boast a 10-6-1-1 record, sitting one point back of the North Division-leading Toronto Marlies.

Jiri Kulich scored his second power-play goal in as many nights for the Amerks during the first period from Brett Murray and Lukas Rousek. Murray finished the three-game week with six points on three goals and three assists while Kulich extended his point streak to match his season-high of four.

Goaltender Michael Houser (3-2-0) faced a season-high 40 shots but suffered his second defeat of the campaign. The netminder had not allowed five or more goals in his previous 11 appearances, which included both games during the 2022 Calder Cup Playoffs.

Lehigh Valley forwards Olle Lycksell (1+3) and Artem Anisimov (2+1) combined for three goals and four assists as they each registered multi-point games.

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For the second time in four games, the Rochester Americans (11-6-1-1) scored in the waning seconds of overtime, as defenseman Jeremy Davies netted his second of the night with eight seconds remaining in the extra frame to lift the Amerks to a 4-3 win over the Cleveland Monsters (9-6-1-2) in the first of back-to-back meetings between the North Division rivals Thursday at Rocket Mortgage FieldHouse.

With the win, the Amerks have earned at least one point in seven of their last 10 games and boast an overall 11-6-1-1 record. Rochester has also won four of its last five, including three straight by way of overtime, to move into sole possession of first place in the American Hockey League’s North Division standings with the Toronto Marlies being idle tonight.

Along with Davies producing a multi-point night (2+0), rookie Jiri Kulich also turned in a pair of points as he scored his fifth of the season before setting up Davies in overtime. Kulich, who extended his point streak to a season-long five straight games, has six points (3+3) over that span and has scored in three straight contests. Linus Weissbach opened the scoring in the first period with his eighth goal of the season, which is tied for the team-lead.

Brandon Biro, who returned to the lineup after missing the last six games with an injury, Matt Bartkowski, Sean Malone, and Michael Mersch all recorded one assist each.

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Brandon Biro scored twice over the final 40 minutes of regulation, but the Rochester Americans (11-7-1-1) were on the wrong side of a 4-3 score Saturday night against the Cleveland Monsters (10-6-1-2) at Rocket Mortgage FieldHouse.

With the loss, the Amerks split the two-game series with the Monsters following the 4-3 overtime win Thursday. Rochester has earned at least one point in seven of its last 11 games and boast an 11-7-1-1 record overall. The team is second in the North Division standings with 24 points through its first 20 games of the campaign.

With his first two-goal outing of the campaign, Biro has totaled 17 points (7+10) over his last 17 games dating back to last season. Forward Sean Malone opened the scoring for the Amerks with his seventh goal from Michael Mersch. Lukas Rousek, who appeared in his 200th professional game, and Ethan Prow, who notched his 200th career professional point, both recorded an assist.

Goaltender Michael Houser (3-3-0) appeared in his eighth contest of the slate, but suffered his third defeat in the crease. Houser turned aside 22 of the 26 shots he faced.

Forwards Joona Luoto (1+1), Brendan Gaunce (1+0) and Josh Dunne (1+0) all logged one goal each before Robbie Payne capped off the scoring for Cleveland, which has earned at least one point in 10 of its last 12 games. Netminder Jet Greaves (3-3-1) made his ninth appearance of the campaign.

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Fri, Dec 9 7:05PM
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YOUTH HOCKEY NIGHT

Join us in a celebration of the Youth Hockey community in Rochester! There will be a special ticket offer for the entire Rochester Youth Hockey community and all gameday experiences will be reserved for our Youth Hockey community.

 

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PREGAME HAPPY HOUR

Get to the game early for Pregame Happy Hour, presented by Genesee Brewery. Enjoy $2 beers for the hour before puck drop at the Genesee Brewhouse inside Blue Cross Arena.

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HOME FOR THE HOLIDAYS

Holiday hockey is one of our favorite Rochester traditions! Bring the whole family for our Home For the Holidays game, which will feature festive fun, gifts, and plenty of cheer.

 

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SEGAR & SCIORTINO HAT GIVEAWAY

You don’t want to miss our annual Segar & Sciortino hat giveaway! The first 2,000 fans in attendance will receive an Amerks-branded winter hat, thanks to Segar & Sciortino.

PREGAME HAPPY HOUR

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MILITARY SALUTE

Join us for our Military Salute, presented by the Veterans Outreach Center. An annual tradition in Rochester, the Amerks will wear military-inspired specialty jerseys. The game-worn jerseys will be auctioned via DASH the week of the game.

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PREGAME HAPPY HOUR

Get to the game early for Pregame Happy Hour, presented by Genesee Brewery. Enjoy $2 beers for the hour before puck drop at the Genesee Brewhouse inside Blue Cross Arena.

HALL OF FAME NIGHT

Hall of Fame Night, presented by UR Medicine Orthopedics & Physical Performance, returns on Friday, January 27th. The Class of 2023, featuring two members announced at a later date, will be inducted into the Rochester Americans Hall of Fame.

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PRIDE NIGHT

Join us for Pride Night, powered by DASH, at Blue Cross Arena! The Amerks will don — for the first time ever! — specialty Pride Night jerseys, which will be auctioned via DASH the week of the game.

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HOMETOWN HEROES

Join us as recognize all of Rochester’s Hometown Heroes, including our Frontline Workers and First Responders at our annual Hometown Heroes game, presented by Advantage Federal Credit Union.

 

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KIDS DAY

Let the kids take charge at Kids Day, presented by NY’s 529 College Savings Program! Featuring ticket deals for kids and families, a ton of pregame activities, and kid involvement in our game presentation, it’ll be an afternoon full of fun at Blue Cross Arena.

 

There will be a giveaway for the first 1,000 kids in attendance, to be announced at a later date. Opportunities for kids to get involved will also be announced at a later date.

 

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DEFEND THE ICE AT ZOO CROSS ARENA

Let’s get WILD at Zoo Cross Arena for our annual Defend the Ice Night, presented by Seneca Park Zoo. The Amerks will wear specialty jerseys, to be auctioned via DASH the week of the game, with proceeds benefitting the Seneca Park Zoo Foundation and Polar Bears International.

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IRISH NIGHT

Kick off your St. Patrick’s Day weekend celebrations at Irish Night, presented by Rohrbach Brewing Company. It’ll be a festive atmosphere at Blue Cross Arena and will feature a GIVEAWAY for the first 2,500 fans in attendance, to be announced at a later date.

 

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HALFWAY TO HALLOWEEN

Okay, so maybe it’s not *exactly* halfway to Halloween, but we want to see everyone dress in costume for the matinee game! There will be special discounted tickets for all fans 12 and under.

 

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WOMEN IN SPORT

Join us for a pregame panel and networking opportunity with women involved in various aspects of the sports community — panelists and ticket offers to be announced at a later date.

 

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BILLS DAY

Circle the wagons: Bills Day is BACK! After an electric atmosphere last season, we had to bring back all the football fun for another Bills Day at Blue Cross Arena.

The Amerks will wear Bills-inspired jerseys, to be via DASH the week of the game, and the entire game will feel like you’re at Highmark Stadium. Who knows, you might even see a touchdown of goals at the matinee match.

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COLLEGE NIGHT

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RED WINGS NIGHT

Take me out to the ballgame! It’s hockey meets baseball in this classic Rochester mash-up for Red Wings Night, presented by the American Diabetes Association. We’ll celebrate the start of the Rochester Red Wings season with all the ballpark fun.

The Amerks will wear specialty Red Wings-inspired jerseys, to be auctioned off via DASH the week of the game. Bring some peanuts and cracker jack because this early puck drop is sure to be a HIT.

 

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PREGAME HAPPY HOUR

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ROC THE RINK x FAN APPRECIATION

We’re ready to ROC the Rink with our favorite fans! The Amerks will wear Rochester-inspired specialty jerseys, to be auctioned via DASH the week of the game, as an ode to all the dedicated fans in the city.

 

It’s the final home game of the regular season, so of course it’s Fan Appreciation, too! Don’t miss this game: there will be plenty of giveaways for everyone to win!

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