Callahan a confirmed no-go for tomorrow’s opener

Per Katie Strang, captain Ryan Callahan is indeed a no-go for tomorrow’s opener in Phoenix. This really shouldn’t come as a surprise, since Cally was not practicing with the main lines or either of the powerplay units. Cally is rumored to be aiming for a Monday return in Los Angeles.

Ryan Callahan cleared for contact

After Derek Stepan re-signed earlier today, the Rangers received another piece of great news tonight as Ryan Callahan was cleared for contact.  MSG reported the info during the first period of tonight’s game. Callahan has been skating alongside his teammates for weeks and being cleared was his last major obstacle.  Callahan should be in good condition, so he might not…

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Best case/worst case scenarios for Ranger forwards in 2013

Arron Asham Best case: Asham continues to provide comedic relief on Twitter and plays in a handful of games with the Blueshirts. Worst case: New York is unable to find a taker for Asham on waivers and he spends the final year of his contract in Hartford. Benoit Pouliot Best case: The former fourth-overall pick puts it all together as…

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5 biggest questions entering training camp

What’s the status of Ryan Callahan and Carl Hagelin? Both players underwent surgery on torn shoulder labrums following the 2013 season and their initial recovery timelines indicated they could each miss the first month of the 2013-2014 season.  However, both Callahan and Hagelin have been skating with teammates in the weeks leading up to training camp and have reported no…

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Callahan talks injury with NHL.com

Dan Rosen of NHL.com has an interview with Ryan Callahan where he discussed the time table for his injury. Callahan mentioned that skating and shooting won’t be an issue come training camp, but it is when he will be cleared for contact: “As the schedule goes, it’s going to dip into training camp and it’s possible it could dip into…

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McDonagh, Callahan, Stepan invited to US Olympic Camp

Ryan McDonagh, Derek Stepan, and Ryan Callahan have all been invited to US Olympic Camp, to be held in the last week of August. Callahan, who could serve as one of the captains or alternates, is returning after earning a silver medal in the 2010 games. McDonagh and Stepan will by vying for their first Olympic appearance.

Lundqvist finishes second in Vezina voting

In case you missed it last night, Henrik Lundqvist did not win the Vezina trophy for the second year in a row. Sergei Bobrovsky of the Columbus Blue Jackets won the award, with Hank finishing in second place. Bob received 110 total points in the vote, while Hank nabbed 55 points. For the other awards, Derek Stepan and Ryan Callahan…

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Rangers final grades: Top six forwards

Deciding on grades for the Rangers top six forwards is a bit tricky given John Tortorella’s penchant for mixing his lines and moving players up and down the line up because of his almost infamous lack of patience. Who knows, maybe his propensity for constant change had a part to play in his dismissal. That all said; with another Rangers…

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Hagelin and Callahan injuries represent other opportunities

It is never good news when a player as crucial (and popular) as Ryan Callahan goes down with a serious injury, even if the timing couldn’t be much better from a recovery stand point. The same goes for Carl Hagelin who despite consistency issues has proven to be a good find for the Rangers and who is a core piece…

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Callahan/Hagelin out 4-5 months each with torn labrums

Per Andrew Gross, Ryan Callahan and Carl Hagelin both suffered torn labrums in their left shoulders, and will undergo surgery to repair the injuries. The injuries will sideline each player for 4-5 months, which gives both of them a September-October return date. With that timeframe, both would miss training camp, the preseason, and possibly the start of the season. Luckily…

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