- $13 for one G-Pass with seating in sections 209–213 or 217–221 (up to $27.90 value)
- When: Friday, January 15, at 7:05 p.m. (Binghamton Senators); Monday, January 18, at 3:05 p.m. (Syracuse Crunch); or Friday, January 29, at 7:05 p.m. (Binghamton Senators)
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The Scouting Report
With the 2015–16 season nearing its midpoint, the Rochester Americans find themselves in the middle of crowded race for a spot in the AHL playoffs. As of December 15, the Amerks are hovering just above .500, but the picture is actually rosier than it might sound: with eight teams moving on to postseason play and the rest doomed to an offseason spent whittling their sticks into tiny trophies, Rochester currently sits in eighth place—just inside the playoff bubble. Randy Cunneyworth’s squad will need points leaders Phil Varone and Jason Akeson to continue their offensive production during the back half of the season if they’re to fend off Binghamton and Syracuse and chart a path into playoff contention.
The Rochester Americans—the Amerks—are a professional ice hockey team that can trace its roots back to the 1956–57 American Hockey League (AHL) season. Based out of Rochester, NY, and playing in the North Division of the AHL Eastern Conference, the Amerks are the Buffalo Sabres' affiliate team. To date, they have won six regular season championships, 14 division championships, three conference championships, and six league championships. Terry and Kim Pegula purchased the Amerks in conjunction with their purchase of the Buffalo Sabres in 2011. Their home base, the Blue Cross Arena at the War Memorial, oversees most of their season, while a select number of games are played at Key Bank Center.