New York Rangers captain Ryan Callahan admitted that he is relieved he'll miss just 10 days to two weeks due to a shoulder injury.
New York Rangers captain Ryan Callahan will miss between 10 days to two weeks with a partially dislocated shoulder he suffered Tuesday night against Philadelphia, the team announced Wednesday.
The Rangers toured some firehouses in New York City on Tuesday in advance of the 10-year anniversary of Sept. 11.
The Rangers avoided arbitration with restricted free agent forward Ryan Callahan by agreeing on a new contract, according to the team's official twitter account.
To New York Rangers forward Brandon Dubinsky, his brand new four-year deal is a victory for both him and his team.
Brandon Dubinsky and the Rangers agreed to a deal just before arbitration on Thursday.
After signing Brad Richards to a nine-year deal Saturday, the Rangers will now have to focus on re-signing key players already on the team.
The Rangers have activated forwards Vinny Prospal and Ryan Callahan from the injured reserve and will send down some younger players to its AHL affiliate Connecticut Whale, the team announced Tuesday night.