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The injury bug continues to haunt the Rangers, as the club has announced that Ryan Callahan is out 3-4 weeks with a broken thumb. This is certainly terrible news for a team that appeared to be finding its groove under AV. It is assumed Cally will be placed on LTIR. Darroll Powe has been recalled from Hartford to take Cally’s spot on the roster.
Goaltender Jason Missiaen has also been recalled, and Cam Talbot has been returned to the AHL. The goaltender swap is likely to get Talbot some AHL work, as Hartford has games coming up.
As for Powe, it’s interesting that he was recalled, and it does speak to his play and the play of others in Hartford. Powe will likely slide into a fourth line role, which means J.T. Miller should get top-nine minutes.
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After scoring a goal against the Washington Capitals last night, Rangers captain Ryan Callahan nearly had a catastrophic celebration fail. As he went to sweep the ice with his empty glove hand, Callahan caught an edge and stumbled towards the endboards. Fortunately he was able to catch himself on the divider between the glass and boards and brushed off the whole mishap by posing...
With power forward Rick Nash already sidelined with post-concussion syndrome and Carl Hagelin still recovering from postseason shoulder injury, the New York Rangers could scarcely afford to lose Ryan Callahan to a broken thumb.But they did. The feisty team captain suffered the injury blocking a shot during a 2-0 victory over the Capitals. He figures to miss the next three to four...
Rangers captain Ryan Callahan is sidelined again, this time because of a broken thumb.
Callahan, who missed the season opener while recovering from shoulder surgery, will be out three to four weeks, the Rangers said Thursday.
Callahan was injured in New York's 2-0 win at Washington on Wednesday night, in which he scored his third goal of the season - all in the past two games...
Jason Brough of NBCSports reports that New York Rangers captain, Ryan Callahan, will miss at least three to four weeks with a broken thumb.
Callahan suffered the injury last game against the Washington Capitals. The Blueshirts are already without forward Rick Nash, who took an elbow to the head last Tuesday against the San Jose Sharks and Carl Hagelin who is rehabbing his shoulder...
After undergoing off-season shoulder surgery and grinding his way through an arduous rehab in order to return to the lineup by the second game of the season Rangers captain Ryan Callahan found out on Thursday that he suffered a broken thumb during Wednesday's 2-0 victory over the Washington Capitals. This latest injury is expected to sideline Callahan three to four weeks.
It was announced on Thursday night that Ryan Callahan would miss 3 to 4 weeks since he broke his thumb in the team’s 2-0 victory in Washington. Callahan was one of the Rangers best forwards since he’s been back andContinue readingThe post Ryan Callahan to Miss 3-4 Weeks appeared first on NYR Center Ice Report.
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It’s always easier to write the Musings after a win. Last night was a huge relief to many Rangers fans so let’s talk about it.
John Moore: If Moore continues with performances like against the Capitals then he could quickly go past Mike Del Zotto in the pecking order. A quick release, a good overall game and solid defensively, Moore still...
#NYR NEWS: Ryan Callahan suffered a broken thumb last night and will miss 3-4 weeks; Darroll Powe recalled full story http://t.co/akb6GyxVGp
— New York Rangers (@NYRangers) October 17, 2013
The good vibes for the Rangers did not last long, as it was announced on Thursday that Ryan Callahan will miss 3-4 weeks with a broken thumb suffered in the win over Washington. In his stead, the team called up Darroll Powe as well as Jason Missiaen and sent down Cam Talbot, who was just promoted to replace Martin Biron.
New York is now without Rick Nash (concussion), Carl Hagelin...
Ryan Callahan and his teammates were simply better Wednesday night in DC.
The Government shutdown may be almost over, but the Washington Capitals’ struggles apparently are not. Adam Oates’ men were humbled on Wednesday night at Verizon Center, falling to the New York Rangers 2-0 on home ice to break whatever momentum they may have picked up with a 4-2 win against Edmonton...
The New Jersey Devils are enduring the worst start in franchise history.
The New York Rangers are dealing with a different type of loss.
The Devils get an eighth attempt at their first win of 2013-14 on Saturday night as they try to take advantage of a visiting Rangers team playing without captain Ryan Callahan.
New Jersey (0-4-3) has started a season with seven straight losses...
Jason Brough of NBCSports reports that New York Rangers captain, Ryan Callahan, will miss at least three to four weeks with a broken thumb.Callahan suffered the injury last game against the Washington Capitals. The Blueshirts are already without forward Rick Nash, who took an elbow to the head last Tuesday against the San Jose Sharks and Carl Hagelin who is rehabbing his shoulder...
WASHINGTON — Nothing has gone the way of the New York Rangers this season. Through the teams first five games nothing was going their way nor were they playing up to their full potential. With guys like Brad Richards, Ryan Callahan, Henrik Lundqvist, and Rick Nash on paper this should be a tough team. Wednesday […]
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The Rangers have lost three in a row, two in epic fashion, and now stand at 1-4 to start the season. Most of us said we would be happy with a 4-4-1 start to the season, considering the road trip. That’s still doable, but it begins tonight with a win against a Washington Capitals team that is also struggling. Their powerplay is lethal though, so it’s a...