Patrick Kaleta

by Oliver 12 Aug,2019
Patrick Kaleta
Body Stats
Height 6 Feet 1 Inch
Personal Info
  • Birth Name Patrick Kaleta
  • Birth Place Angola, New York
  • Famous Name Patrick Kaleta
  • Father Unknown
  • Mother Unknown
  • Net Worth $4 million
  • Nationality American
  • Ethnicity White
  • Currently Working For Retired
  • Currently Married Yes!
  • Married to Ashley Kaleta
  • Children Cooper Kaleta

Patrick Kaleta is an American former professional ice hockey player, who played as a right-winger in the National Hockey League (NHL) for the Buffalo Sabres from 2006 until 2015. Besides, he was drafted by the Sabres in the 6th round, 176th overall in the 2004 NHL Entry Draft.

Apart from that, Patrick is currently living a lavish lifestyle with his huge net worth of almost $4 million. Want to know further details? Then scroll down.

Patrick Kaleta Personal Life; Know about his Wife and Children

Patrick Kaleta is married to his long-time girlfriend, Ashley Kaleta. As per some sources, the duo got married in the summer of 2015 in Hamburg. Besides, Patrick revealed that they dated for a while and later got married. The couple is living happily for the past 4 years and many more to go.

Patrick's wife Ashley Cook currently works as a Speech-Language Pathologist.

Patrick Kaleta with his wife, Ashley Kaleta SOURCE: Instagram

Besides, Patric announced that he and his wife are expecting a child and he also wrote: "It is the biggest goal I've scored." on his Instagram. On August 1, 2017, the couple became the parents of their first child named Cooper Patrick Kaleta.

Patrick Kaleta with his wife and son SOURCE: Instagram

Furthermore, Patrick hasn't been involved in any rumors or controversy. Likewise, He has also not been spotted with any other girls out on the public. 

Patrick Kaleta Body Measurements

Patrick Kaleta stands at a perfect height of 6 feet and 1 inch tall. Besides, he has a perfectly maintained body that weighs about 93 kg.

Patrick Kaleta Net Worth and Earnings

Patrick Kaleta has an estimated net worth of almost $4 million. Further, his annual salary was around $1,250,000 in the year 2015. Likewise, he had signed his first contract for 3 years worth $1.475 million with Buffalo Sabres in 2006.

Year Team Total Earnings
2006-2007 Buffalo Sabres $475,000
2007-2008 Buffalo Sabres $500,000
2008-2009 Buffalo Sabres $500,000
2009-2010 Buffalo Sabres $522,500
2010-2011 Buffalo Sabres $860,000
2011-2012 Buffalo Sabres $955,000
2012-2013 Buffalo Sabres $731,707
2013-2014 Buffalo Sabres $481,538
2014-2015 Buffalo Sabres $1,250,000
Total Seasons: 9   Total: $6,275,745

His last contract was of 3 years worth $3.825 million signed in 2012. He earned more than $6 million from his 9-year career.

Likewise, Patrick has been finned for many reasons, while being in the team Buffalo Sabres. The details are given below in the table:

Year Games Suspended Forfeited Reason
10/15/2013        10 $152,439 Illegal Check to the Head against Jack Johnson (CBJ)
03/04/2013         5 $75,219 Boarding Brad Richards (NYR)
11/19/2011   $2,500 High-sticking Derek Morris
11/02/2011         4 $19,622 Head-butting Jakub Voracek (PHI)
10/17/2010     Head Butt Travis Zajac
11/28/2009         2 $12,743 Boarding Jared Ross (PHI)
    Total: $262,523  

Patrick Kaleta Early Life and Family

Patrick Kaleta was born on June 8, 1986, in Angola, New York, the U.S. He grew up in the Buffalo suburb of Angola and played most of his minor hockey with Hamburg Hawks and the West Seneca Wings. He attended St. Francis High School.

Patrick holds American nationality as his parents are American and is of white ethnicity. Besides, not much is known about his family or his educational qualifications.

Patrick Kaleta Professional Career

Patrick Kaleta debuted on February 21, 2007, partway through his professional season, he was called up from the American Hockey League (AHL)'s Rochester Americans by his parent club in Buffalo.

In his first NHL game on February 22, 2007, against the Ottawa Senators, Kaleta earned his first NHL point, an assist on a goal by Clarke MacArthur, and his first NHL fight against Ottawa's Chris Phillips. The game is best known as a brawl broke out which included Sabres head coach Lindy Ruff and Bryan Murray fighting from the benches.6 

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