Luke Adam played four games with the Sabres. ©2013, Dan Hickling, Olean Times Herald

Amerks receive Adam from Sabres, Catenacci from junior

BUFFALO – The Rochester Americans received two forwards for their playoff push today.

The Sabres sent Luke Adam, a healthy scratch three of the last four contests, back to the Amerks after playing four games, the Rochester Democrat and Chronicle reported.

The 22-year-old scored one goal during his first NHL stint in more than a year.

Meanwhile, the Amerks have recalled Daniel Catenacci, the 77th overall pick in 2011, from the Ontario Hockey League’s Owen Sound Attack.

The 20-year-old compiled 38 goals, 79 points and 115 penalty minutes in 67 games this season.

Catenacci finished his junior career with 107 goals, 252 points and 414 penalty minutes in 266 games.

The Amerks also summoned goalie Connor Knapp from the ECHL.

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