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Adam Pardy Recalled By Buffalo Sabres

The Buffalo Sabres continue to make moves to try and open up a winning streak to pop them out of the last spot in the Eastern Conference.

Today the Buffalo Sabres have recalled defenseman Adam Pardy from the Rochester Americans.

Pardy came to the Buffalo Sabres in the off season when they traded Derek Roy for Steve Ott.

Prior to the start of the regular season, he was assigned to Rochester.  He was recalled early this year to play in one game during a bout of injuries.

With trouble on the deep blue line that was supposed to be the highlight of the year for the Buffalo Sabres, Pardy has been recalled in an effort to jump start a defensive lapse, while filling in for the injured Alexander Sulzer.

In Adam Pardy‘s only game with the Buffalo Sabres he registered an assist and was a positive sign on a weak team.

The Buffalo Sabres are next in action tomorrow night against the Tampa Bay Lightning.

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