Rochester Americans plan Dogs Night Out game

Rochester Americans Hall of Fame broadcaster Don Stevens has been named the winner of the 2018 Gary Smith & George Beahon Sports Media Excellence Award.
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The Rochester Americans will hold their annual “Dogs Night Out” game on Saturday, March 24 when the Amerks host the Springfield Thunderbirds at 7:05 p.m. at The Blue Cross Arena.

For the sixth straight year, fans are invited to bring their dogs to the game as the Amerks take on the Thunderbirds. Tickets for dog owners can be purchased for $20 along with a $5 cash donation at the door to benefit Lollypop Farm. The first 300 dogs in attendance will receive a free Amerks dog waste bag keychain. A portion of the proceeds from the Dogs Night Out game will be donated to Lollypop Farm, which serves as the Humane Society of Greater Rochester and is committed to building lifelong bonds between people and animals through education, community outreach programs and the prevention of cruelty.

All fans with dogs in attendance will be seated in one of three dedicated sections known as “The Canine Corner” (211 – 213), as dogs will not be permitted in other sections or the suite level. Fans will be limited to bringing just one dog per person to the game.

Dogs Night Out tickets are available by visiting, where fans can also upload a photo of their dog to be displayed on the video board during the game, which will feature canine-friendly themed events, including a “Pooch Parade” on the ice during intermission for a limited number of dogs. Informational tables will be set up on the concourse during the game for Lollypop Farm and other Rochester area dog-related agencies.

For more information, visit or call 1-855-GO-AMERKS.

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