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Attendance 7214

Trailing 9-6 after three quarters, the Swarm scored four straight goals to take a 10-9 lead. Only to see Eric Fannell score at 9:34 to tie the game at 10-10.  Kyle Jackson scored the game winner for the Knighthawks at 1:30 of overtime.

Rochester improves to 6-6 while Georgia falls to 5-7.

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March 18 Buffalo at Georgia 4:05 PM ET

March 24 Rochester at Saskatchewan 9:30 PM ET


Dawson will plug right into the Rush lineup. Forward Curtis Knight, who was placed on the team’s injured-reserve list after getting banged up during Saturday’s 10-6 win over the Calgary Roughnecks, will miss Saturday’s home game against the Vancouver Stealth.

Keenan said Knight’s injury isn’t expected to be long-term, and there may be another move down the road.

“There could be more coming,” Keenan said. “I don’t see any crazy blockbusters, but there could more coming, for sure.”

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Rush load up for the stretch run and the Hawks get future assets for someone who was not part of the future in Rochester.

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Maybe the Bandits should of started the alumni? The Hawks jumped out to a 7-0 lead before Mitch Jones got the Bandits on the board. Hawks led 11-4 at halftime.  Joe Resetarits three goals and eleven assists and Kyle Jackson five goals and four assists led the way for the Knighthawks.

Rochester improves to 5-6 and Buffalo drops to 6-4.

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March 10 Georgia at Rochester 7:30 PM ET

March 3 Buffalo at Colorado 9:00 PM ET



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Attendance 6188

Cody Jamieson led the Knighthawks with three goals and fours assists. Matt Vinc made 42. Mark Matthews led the Rush with three goals and one assist.

Rochester improves to 3-6 and Saskatchewan drops to 8-2.

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February 24 Calgary at Saskatchewan 8:30 PM ET

February 24 Rochester at Buffalo 7:30 PM ET

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Attendance 3181

With Georgia leading 4-3 in the second quarter. The Knighthawks scored seven unanswered goals to take a commanding 10-4 lead. The hole was too deep for the Swarm to dig out of. With the win Rochester snaps a six game losing streak.


Rochester improves to 3-6 and Georgia falls to 3-5.

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February 17 Saskatchewan at Rochester 7:30 PM ET

February 17 Toronto at Georgia 7:05 PM ET

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Attendance 5439

Teams were tied at 5-5 at halftime. Rock outscored the Knighthawks 7-4 over the final 30 minutes.  Ten different Rock players scored at least one goal. Nick Rose made 36 saves.  The Knighthawks have now loss six straight after starting the season 2-0.


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February 17 Toronto at Georgia 7:05 PM ET

February 11 Rochester at Georgia 6:05 PM ET

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Here is the Knighthawks’ TV schedule on CW Rochester:

Saturday, Feb. 10 vs. Toronto at 8:00 p.m. (Live)
Saturday, Feb. 17 vs. Saskatchewan at 7:30 p.m. (Live)
Saturday, March 31 vs. New England at 7:30 p.m. (Live)
Saturday, April 21 vs. New England Tape Delayed

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Attendance 9425

With the game tied 8-8 at halftime. The Bandits outscored the Knighthawks 8-6 over last thirty minutes.  First overall pick Josh Byrne had five goals to lead the Bandits.  Dhane Smith had a ten point night with three goals and seven assists.  Cory Vitarelli led the Hawks with four goals.

After starting the season 2-0 the Knighthawks have dropped five straight games.

Buffalo improves to 4-3 and Rochester drops to 2-5.

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February 9 Buffalo at New England 7:30 PM ET

February 10 Toronto at Rochester 8:00 PM ET

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Attendance 5373

More to come if Pointstreak decides to cooperate.  New England improves to 4-1 and Rochester drops to 2-4

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February 3  Buffalo at Rochester 7:30 PM ET

January 27 New England at Toronto 7:00 PM ET