Callahan out 10-14 days

January 30, 2013, by

Per Bob McKenzie, captain Ryan Callahan is out 10-14 days with a shoulder subluxation, which means that Cally’s shoulder popped out of its socket real fast, then settled back in. This could have been a lot worse, but the Rangers will definitely miss Cally while he is out for those two weeks.

While he’s out, expect Carl Hagelin and Taylor Pyatt to get a lot of time with Derek Stepan.

Categories : Injuries


  1. Tim B says:

    Eh i guess i was right. Good to know. But who will take his place?

  2. Chuck A says:

    My wife, a former ER nurse, and HUGE hockey fan, and believes he’s back in 10 days – “these guys are not baseball players,” she says.

    Are FA signings pending – guys with good knees?

  3. Walt says:

    Let’s hope that his is a simple subluxation, and that he doesn’t need surgery at a later date. My oldest son, while in high school, subluxed his shoulder anterior, and inferior, which required surgery. They did what was called a Bristow procedure, and he rehabed for several months.

  4. Ray says:

    I’d like to see Matt Gilroy tried up front. He has offensive ability and might be more useful to the Rangers up front than as the eighth defenseman.

  5. Bloomer says:

    Give Hobey a chance at Right Wing he has the wheels.

  6. rickyrants13 says:

    I said this same thing the other day And it was met with much negitivity…

  7. Dave says:

    Not a fan of Gilroy at the wing to be honest. Would rather they look elsewhere.

  8. Ray says:

    I don’t have a problem with the right acquisition. However, the great thing about Gilroy is that all you really give up is Bickel’s two minutes in a game or two and there is a potential high payoff. It’s a good idea even if you re 70% sure it won’t work.