Weber and Mair back in Rochester.
Rochester NY-- The Buffalo Sabres made a stir when they abruptly fire their General Manager Jason Botterill in June. This was followed shortly after with the most of the Rochester Americans' coaching staff including head coach Chris Taylor being fired. In August The Amerks named Seth Appert has their new head coaches. And, have recently hired former Sabres Mike Weber and Adam Mair as Assistant coaches.
Adam Mair played in the NHL for parts of 11 seasons spending time with the Los Angles Kings, Toronto Maple Leafs, New Jersey Devils and the Buffalo Sabres. Mair career as a player consisted of 615 games played, with 38 goals, 76 assists totaling 114 points. He is also thought of fondly in Buffalo after Sabres-Senators Brawl of 2007. Post-career Mair has gone on to hold the position of Director of Player development at Canisius College in Buffalo. In 2015 he was hired as a player development coach for the Buffalo, and has recently been the director of Academy of Hockey at Harborcenter in Buffalo.
Mike Weber has drafted by the Sabres with the 57th overall pick in 2006. He would go on to spend almost his entire 10 seasons in the NHL with the Sabres, after spending portions of the 2007-08 season in Rochester with the Americans. Weber posted 9 goals, 44 Assists totaling 53 points all of which came with Buffalo. post career he spent some time playing for the Iowa Wild in the AHL along with Frolunda and Lorenskog IK in the Swedish Elite League. Weber has joined his former OHL team in the Windsor Spitfires as a bench coach in 2018.