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Knighthawks 3-0 for first time since '98

Rochester, NY - The Rochester Knighthawks equaled their franchise-best start with their third straight victory, as they downed the Toronto Rock 12-8.

The Knighthawks were led by a seven-assist effort from Dan Dawson, and four goals and one assist from Cody Jamieson. Stephen Keogh also played his best game of the season, scoring twice and adding one assist and seven loose balls.

Toronto (1-2) was led by two-goal efforts from Rob Hellyer and Stephan Leblanc. Garrett Billings finished with a team-high four points (1 3), scoring his lone goal in the fourth quarter. Nick Rose took the loss in goal, despite making 34 saves.

Matt Vinc made 38 saves and limited the Rock offense to just two goals in the middle two quarters. Meanwhile, the Rochester offense heated up after the teams entered the second quarter tied at two. The Knighthawks outscored the Rock 7-2 over the second and third quarter to take a 9-4 lead into the final frame.

Rochester used a 3-0 run to start the third to open up a five-goal cushion, 8-3, over the Rock. Cory Vitarelli, playing in his first game of the season, scored back-to-back goals and Jamieson slammed in his second of the night during a five-minute span.

The win was the third straight for the Knighthawks, who matched the 1998 team for the best start in the teams 20-season history.

The Knighthawks (3-0) will hit the road for the first time this season when they battle the Buffalo Bandits on Saturday, January 25th at 7:30 p.m.  

(January 18, 2014)... The Rochester Knighthawks equaled their franchise-best start with their third straight victory, as they downed the Toronto Rock 12-8.

The Knighthawks were led by a seven-assist effort from Dan Dawson, and four goals and one assist from Cody Jamieson. Stephen Keogh also played his best game of the season, scoring twice and adding one assist and seven loose balls.

Toronto (1-2) was led by two-goal efforts from Rob Hellyer and Stephan Leblanc. Garrett Billings finished with a team-high four points (1 3), scoring his lone goal in the fourth quarter. Nick Rose took the loss in goal, despite making 34 saves.

Matt Vinc made 38 saves and limited the Rock offense to just two goals in the middle two quarters. Meanwhile, the Rochester offense heated up after the teams entered the second quarter tied at two. The Knighthawks outscored the Rock 7-2 over the second and third quarter to take a 9-4 lead into the final frame.

Rochester used a 3-0 run to start the third to open up a five-goal cushion, 8-3, over the Rock. Cory Vitarelli, playing in his first game of the season, scored back-to-back goals and Jamieson slammed in his second of the night during a five-minute span.

The win was the third straight for the Knighthawks, who matched the 1998 team for the best start in the teams 20-season history.

The Knighthawks (3-0) will hit the road for the first time this season when they battle the Buffalo Bandits on Saturday, January 25th at 7:30 p.m.  

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