Amerks recall Danforth from Cincinnati

Amerks recall Danforth from Cincinnati

The 24-year-old is having a breakout season with the Cyclones, scoring 28 goals and adding 30 assists for 58 points in 44 games. The first-year pro currently leads all ECHL rookies and ranks second overall in the league in scoring while also owning a team-best plus-26 on-ice rating. Danforth is currently in the midst of a seven-game point streak over which he’s compiled 17 points (7+10) and five multi-point outings, including a season-best four-point effort against Wichita on Feb. 10…

Sabres recall Baptiste from Rochester

Sabres recall Baptiste from Rochester

Baptiste joins the Sabres for the third time this season after scoring one goal in eight games during two stints with the team earlier this campaign. The Ottawa, Ontario native has recorded 18 points (7+11) in 36 games during his third professional season with the Amerks.

Amerks announce partnership with Lyft, Blue Cross Arena to bring ridesharing to downtown Rochester

Amerks announce partnership with Lyft, Blue Cross Arena to bring ridesharing to downtown Rochester

Courtesy of Amerks.com ROCHESTER, N.Y. – The Rochester Americans announced today that the team has partnered with Lyft and The Blue Cross Arena to offer a new ridesharing service at the downtown Rochester venue. Under the new year-long partnership, Lyft will provide full pick-up and drop-off service at The Blue Cross Arena for all associated events […]

Amerks recall Johansson from Cyclones

Amerks recall Johansson from Cyclones

In his first pro season with the Cyclones, the 22-year-old rookie netminder is 8-7-1 with a 3.33 goals-against average and a .901 save percentage in 17 appearances. He opened the campaign with three straight wins for Cincinnati, including a 32-save effort in his season debut against Wheeling on Nov. 24…

Amerks rally, fall in overtime to Devils

Amerks rally, fall in overtime to Devils

Despite scoring twice in the third period to fight their way back from a two-goal deficit, the Rochester Americans (25-11-6-5) were unable to complete the comeback against the Binghamton Devils (13-23-6-3), who scored just 34 seconds into overtime to hand the Amerks a 4-3 loss Saturday at the Floyd L. Maines Veterans Memorial Arena. Of Rochester’s 47 games this season, 20 have seen the Amerks play beyond regulation…