• Sid Smith will return to the lineup Saturday night(February 12, 2016)… The Rochester Knighthawks announced today that the team has activated team captain Sid Smith. The veteran defenseman returns to the lineup for Saturday's game against the Vancouver Stealth. “I am really looking forward to it. It has been a pretty long layoff for me with the two bye weeks and the one game sandwiched in between there,” said Smith. “It’s been a few weeks since I’ve had to play.” Smith has appeared

  • Trade brings Penn Yan native Mike Manley back home(February 12, 2016)… The Rochester Knighthawks have acquired forward Quinn Powless and defenseman Mike Manley from the New England Black Wolves today in exchange for forward Jordan Hall. “I am pretty excited to get going with the team this weekend,” said Powless, who will join the Knighthawks for their game against the Vancouver Stealth Saturday. Powless comes to Rochester after notching a point-per-game for the Black Wolves this season. Th

  • (February 8, 2016)… The Rochester Knighthawks will try to ground the Vancouver Stealth when they collide on Saturday, Feb. 13th at Connors & Ferris Field at The Blue Cross Arena. The 7:30 p.m. contest concludes Rochester’s three-game homestand. Rochester heads into the game after a bye weekend in which it moved to within a half game of first place in the East Division, following loses by New England and Georgia. The Knighthawks, who are currently tied for third in the East with a 2-2 rec

  • Knighthawks to donate ticket sale proceeds and hold equipment drive for JMJ Fund Feb. 13(February 4, 2016)… The Rochester Knighthawks announced their partnership today with the Jeff Milano-Johnson (JMJ) Fund. On Saturday, Feb. 13th, the Knighthawks will donate $5.00 from each ticket purchased,  through the attached link, to the fund. That night, Rochester will host the Vancouver Stealth at 7:30 p.m. at Connors & Ferris Field at The Blue Cross Arena. “The Knighthawks are excited to partn

  • (January 30, 2016)... Despite a second-half spark, the Rochester Knighthawks fell 13-9 against the Georgia Swarm Saturday night at Connors & Ferris Field at the Blue Cross Arena. Craig Point led the team in scoring with five points (3+2). Cory Vitarelli had two goals and added an assist while Joe Resetarits, Scott Campbell, Adam Bomberry and Cody Jamieson each pitched in a goal in the effort. “You always want to be the first team to score and it just so happened they did,” said Point.