Found January 30, 2013 on HockeyBuzz:
PLAYERS: Patrick Kaleta
TEAMS: Buffalo Sabres
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The good news is that the Sabres have announced that winger Pat Kaleta had been released from hospital. he will not be playing in Boston on Thursday night. The bad news is that Leafs winger Mike Brown wasnt held accountable for the hit that should have been avoided. Late in the first period of an evenly played 1-1 game, Leafs numb skull, Mike Brown, wasted Patrick Kaleta from behind on the...
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