Amerks fall flat in Friday 2-0 home loss to Utica

October 13, 2017

If ever there was a time when you’d expect to see a prime effort from every component of an American Hockey League team, it would be when the parent team is struggling to find an identity and find a victory. “You would definitely think that,” Rochester Americans coach Chris Taylor said. Think again. The Amerks started about as poorly as…

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Kevin Oklobzija is a contributor to The Buffalo Star, a veteran hockey writer and member of the Rochester Americans Hall of Fame. He still believes National Lampoon’s Vacation may be the best movie ever made.

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Thanks for the write up Kevin. You’re Amerks coverage has been missed.


Great to have Kevin keeping us updated on the Amerks. I just wish the situation with this organization wasn’t so depressing right now.


Kevin–its tough to follow up a terrible game with another terrible game…and in front of an empty house. Last night the Amerks and their goalie forgot everything they have ever learned about winning. I fear another empty house tonite.
The injuries with follow Buffalo around like a lost puppy continue to hurt this team….BUT there is no excuse for lack lustre play 4 games into the season. Taylor can’t be happy. These guys were an embarrassment last night. Your thoughts?

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