The Rochester Americans edged the San Antonio Rampage 3-2 in a shoot out victory this afternoon at The Blue Cross Arena. Rob Globke led the Amerks with two goals in regulation and a goal in the shoot out. Globke was able to tie the game at two in the dying seconds of the game to force overtime. Globke’s two goal performance earned him the game’s first-star honors. Goaltender Josh Tordjman kept the visitng Rampage in the game, stopping 35 of 37 shots. Tordjman got a well deserving second star of the game with his effort this afternoon. Tordjman made the save of the game when he flicked out his left pad to deny Anthony Stewart at a wide open net. The Rampage was only able to manage 18 shots on Adam Dennis throughout the contest. Dennis, stopped 16 of those 18 shots and was only scored on once in the shoot out to earn his 11th win of the season. Daniel Carcillo opened the scoring for the Rampage at 6:30 of the first period. He tipped a shot from Nate DiCasmirro past Amerk goalie Dennis for a 1-0 lead. Tordjman kept Rochester off the scoreboard, despite facing 25 shots over the first two periods. The Amerks finally beat Tordjman on Globkes seventh goal of the season at 11:54. Just 16 seconds before that, Globke was denied by a sliding save by Tordjman. With 2:35 left in the third, the Amerks bench took a costly penalty that gave the lead back to the Rampage. The goal was scored by Bill Thomas from a bad angle shot that snuck through Dennis’ pads. The rampage only needed 30 seconds of the power play to take the lead back. In the final 30 seconds of the game Globke was able to get his second of the afternoon on a flutter shot over Tordjman’s left arm. Globke’s eighth sent the game in overtime where there was no scoring. In the shoot out Globke was first to shoot and he had Tordjman flopping on the ice as he slid the puck in the net. Brendan Bell answered Globke’s goal as he beat Dennis in a similar fashion. After that Dennis was able to shut out the Rampage in the shoot out. The Amerks third shooter Drew Larman was the one that got the game winning goal in the shoot out. The game was the first of two scheduled meetings between the non-divisional opponents this season. Rochester is 8-3-0 all-time against the Phoenix Coyotes’ affiliate. Rochester remains at home on Sunday, February 10th as the Grand Rapids Griffins make their first trip back to The Blue Cross Arena since November 2nd.