With Saturday’s 3-2 win over Cleveland, the Rochester Americans closed out the month of November on a 10-game point streak (8-0-1-1) while also earning 30 out of a possible 40 points through their first 20 contests of the campaign.
Additionally, Rochester has picked up points in 15 of the last 17 contests overall, going 11-2-2-2 over that span. Rochester enters the week three points behind the Toronto Marlies for the top spot in the AHL’s North Division going into Wednesday’s rematch at Blue Cross Arena.
The Amerks open a season-long four-game homestand on Wednesday. This weekend, they’ll also host the defending Calder Cup champion Charlotte Checkers on back-to-back nights.