The Buffalo Sabres are filling roster spots available from trading assets off before the trade deadline.
For the organization and interim head coach Ron Rolston – its time to see if a little extra time on the farm has helped Luke Adam‘s maturity out.
Adam Played in 52 games for the Buffalo Sabres last year before being sent down to Rochester for his less than stellar play, and started the 2013 campaign in Rochester, unable to make the opening night roster out of a shortened training camp.
Another possibility is that the Buffalo Sabres could be considering to trade Luke Adam, bundled with other players to maximize a return. That would necessitate a callup from the farm – so it is unlikely Luke Adam will be moved prior to Wednesday’s deadline. Adam will dress for the injured Ville Leino against the Penguins.
Drafted in the second round of the 2008 NHL Draft (44th overall) by the Buffalo Sabres – Luke Adam could still play a part in the future of the organization.
With the Rochester Americans this season; Luke Adam has appeared in 64 games, and has registered 32 points, fourteen goals and eighteen assists.
Buffalo Sabres defenseman Adam Pardy has been called up to fill the roster spot vacated by trading Robyn Regher.