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Philly Sports Daily: Kaleta ‘Divorce’ Talk Doesn’t Cross Hockey’s Line

For anyone that has ever played any sport at a moderately high competitive level understands that trash talk is normalcy. In the heat of battle, emotional verbiage is bound to spill. Those same people also know that despite the anger, hatred and gamesmanship, there is a line that one isn’t supposed to cross.

However, the average person probably doesn’t realize how far along that line really is.

On Sunday night, it surfaced in a Buffalo News column by Jerry Sullivan, that Buffalo Sabres agitator, Patrick Kaleta, was said to have verbally attacked Flyers Danny Briere and Scott Hartnell over the two player’s recent publicized divorces.

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Philly Sports Daily: Sabres Ruff Calls Flyers on ‘Whining,’ Richards Responds

VOORHEES, N.J. — The Buffalo Sabres lit a fire under the Flyers at the tail end of Wednesday’s 1-0 loss, as Paul Gaustad dropped the gloves with James van Riemsdyk and Nathan Gerbe threw a going-away hit on Kimmo Timonen after the final whistle.

On Thursday, it was Sabres’ coach Lindy Ruff’s turn.

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