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Amerks will have 16 games televised in Buffalo on Time Warner Cable

There's still no word whether anyone will get to watch the Buffalo Sabres this season, but the Rochester Americans will be on television in Western New York.

The Sabres' minor-league club announced today that Time Warner Cable SportsChannel will televise 16 of its games this season. The first of 14 home games will air Oct. 19 when the Amerks host Grand Rapids. The games will be simulcast with the Amerks' radio broadcasts, with Don Stevens doing play-by-play and former Sabre Ric Seiling serving as the color analyst.

Time Warner will also broadcast two road games and pick up the Syracuse play-by-play feed.

The full schedule:

Friday, Oct. 19 vs. Grand Rapids (7 p.m.), Main Channel (SD)*/713 (HD)

Friday, Nov. 2 vs. Hamilton (7 p.m.), Main Channel (SD)*/713 (HD)

Friday, Nov. 23 vs. Albany (7 p.m.), Main Channel (SD)*/713 (HD)

Friday, Dec. 7 vs. Adirondack (7 p.m.), Main Channel (SD)*/713 (HD)

Friday, Dec. 21 vs. Binghamton (7 p.m.), Main Channel (SD)*/713 (HD)

Saturday, Jan. 12 at Syracuse (7:30 p.m.), Main Channel (SD)*/713 (HD)

Friday, Jan. 18 vs. Syracuse (7 p.m.), Main Channel (SD)*/713 (HD)

Friday, Jan. 25 vs. Wilkes-Barre/Scranton (7 p.m.), Channel 87

Friday, Feb. 1 vs. Toronto (7 p.m.), Channel 87

Saturday, Feb.2 at Syracuse (7:30 p.m.), Main Channel (SD)*/713 (HD)

Wednesday, Feb. 20 vs. Texas (7 p.m.), Channel 87

Wednesday, Mar. 13 vs. Binghamton (7 p.m.), Main Channel (SD)* 13/713 (HD)

Friday, Mar. 15 vs. Albany (7 p.m.), Main Channel (SD)*/713 (HD)

Wednesday, Mar. 27 vs. Syracuse (7 p.m.), Main Channel (SD)*/713 (HD)

Friday, Mar. 29 vs. Toronto (7 p.m.), Main Channel (SD)*/713 (HD)

Friday, Apr. 5 vs. Lake Erie (7 p.m.), Main Channel (SD)*/713 (HD)

*Main Channels (SD) in the Buffalo area: City of Buffalo – 25; Suburbs of Erie County, Niagara County and Westfield, NY – 52; Olean, NY – 49; Dunkirk, NY – 27; Jamestown and Fredonia, NY – 41.

---John Vogl

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John Vogl

John Vogl

John Vogl has been covering the Sabres since 2002-03, an era that has included playoff runs, last-place finishes and three ownership changes. The award-winning writer is the Buffalo chapter chairman for the Professional Hockey Writers’ Association.

@BuffNewsVogl | jvogl@buffnews.com

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