Tickets for Amerks Preseason Games vs. Toronto Marlies on Sale Now

Rochester Americans

August 30, 2017 - American Hockey League (AHL) - Rochester Americans

News Release

(Rochester, NY) - The Rochester Americans announced today that tickets for both preseason home games against the Toronto Marlies are now on sale. In addition, individual game tickets for the Amerks 2017-18 regular season will go on sale on Thursday, Sept. 7 at 10:00 a.m.

The two-game set between the North Division rivals begins on Friday, Sept. 29 when the Amerks take on the Marlies at 7:05 p.m. at the Gene Polisseni Center on the campus of Rochester Institute of Technology (RIT). All tickets for the game will be General Admission and will be available for purchase for just $5 at the Polisseni Center Box Office, online at and, or at the Amerks Main Office located at The Blue Cross Arena. RIT students can purchase tickets for $3. Amerks Season ticket Members can go to to receive their complimentary ticket for Sept. 29 and a discounted ticket for Sept. 30.

The 4,300-seat Gene Polisseni Center, located on the campus of RIT, opened on September 18, 2014 and is home to the RIT Men's and Women's NCAA Division I hockey teams.

The same two teams will meet again on Saturday, Sept. 30 for a 7:05 p.m. rematch at HarborCenter in Buffalo. Tickets for the second game of the weekend are available for $10 each for General Admission seating with $5 tickets available for all Amerks and Buffalo Sabres Season Ticket Members. Tickets can be purchased at, through, at the KeyBank Center Box Office or the Amerks Office.

HarborCenter is a 650,000 square foot complex connected to the Buffalo Sabres' KeyBank Center in downtown Buffalo. The complex features two NHL size rinks, including a 1,800-seat arena where the Amerks preseason game will take place, as well as 13 ADA compliant locker rooms, classroom and theater facilities, IMPACT Sports Performance training facility, a 205-room full service Marriott Hotel, (716) Food and Sport restaurant, The Healthy Scratch, a unique Tim Hortons Café & Bakeshop dedicated to the Sabres legend and parking.

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