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Topic - Patrick Kaleta
The NHL suspended Buffalo's Patrick Kaleta for five games Monday, its stiffest punishment of the season.
The Flyers have their captain for Game 7.
The Philadelphia Flyers loved the way they played Game 1. They hit hard and hit often, created scoring chances, and dominated the power-play attempts.
Terry Pegula has the NHL's approval to purchase the Buffalo Sabres. There's no doubt the team's fans are on board, too.