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Kaleta's numbers

Updating our previous post on Patrick Kaleta's deal, here's his contract figures (he made $522,000 last year):

Total deal: 2 years, $1.815 million

2010-11: $860,000
2011-12: $955,000

Seems reasonable -- if Kaleta can stay on the ice. That would be a lot of money for a guy who can't play more than 55 games or so. We'll see. 

Darcy Regier told me he continues to have discussion with Tim Kennedy as well. So perhaps the Sabres can stay out of arbitration altogether.

---Mike Harrington
(www.twitter.com/bnharrington)

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