Patrick Kaleta

#36RW,
Height: 6' 1"
Weight: 198
Born:
Birth Place: Buffalo, New York
Draft: 2004 6th round (176th pick) by the
Shoots: R
  • 2017 Fantasy Hockey Rankings: Center
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    2017 Fantasy Hockey Rankings: Center

    The 2017-18 fantasy hockey season is fast approaching, which means it's time to break down positional rankings, find sleepers and busts, and add everything to your draft cheat sheet. Our center rankings are a good place to start when developing your draft

  • Pittsburgh Penguins Vegas Odds show a chance to win big
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    Pittsburgh Penguins Vegas Odds show a chance to win big

    Got these odds yesterday from Bovada: Since 2010-11 the Penguins have won 49, 51, 36 (lockout), 51, 43, 48 and 50 games last season. So other than the poopy Mike Johnston season of 43 wins in 2014-15, they’ve gone above 47 wins each and every season this decade with a full schedule. I would be hammering that number big time for the over for the Pens before the line moves up...For entertainment purposes only of course. The gamble would probably be that Matt Murray holds up, and injuries to big stars don’t strike, but even though the Pens have had more than their share of injuries, getting to 47+ hasn’t been an issue in the recent past. Any other sure winners out there? A lot of the stats people

  • 2017-18 team-by-team NHL season outlook: Previewing the Minnesota Wild
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    2017-18 team-by-team NHL season outlook: Previewing the Minnesota Wild

    As October creeps closer, another NHL season creeps with it. In the 27th of a series of team-by-team summer reviews and season previews, here's a glimpse at the ... Minnesota Wild History was made in Minnesota in 2016-17, when the Wild got unprecedented offensive burst -- seven different players scored at least 18 goals -- under new coach Bruce Boudreau to piece together a flaming-hot winter and post a franchise-best 106-point (49-25-8) season. An astounding 30-6-3 stretch from December through February, aided by big outings from goalie Devan Dubnyk , had Minnesota atop the Western Conference as the league's safest pick for a Stanley Cup run. Even after momentum slowed at the tail end of the