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New York Post May 27, 2015

Ryan Callahan finally scores playoff goal and it doesn’t matter

TAMPA — Ryan Callahan ended one miserable stretch on Tuesday night, but saw the streak he really wanted to snap extend at least another two days, perhaps, for another year....
New York Post May 24, 2015

Ryan Callahan will score in Game 5, says cocky Lightning coach

Ryan Callahan has not had a huge impact on the Eastern Conference finals just yet, but Lightning coach Jon Cooper thinks that’s all going to change in Sunday night’s Game 5...
Cooper: Callahan will score on Lundqvist in Game 5

Cooper: Callahan will score on Lundqvist in Game 5

Lightning coach Jon Cooper essentially guaranteed Sunday morning that Ryan Callahan will score in Game 5.

Game 5 Morning skate notes: Cooper guarantees a goal from Callahan; Hagelin on frustrating the Bolts

The Rangers have made an art form out of keeping their quotes even-keel as possible. Rarely - actually I can’t think of an instance - do they provide bulletin board material. The Lightning’s Jon Cooper? He doesn’t seem shy. For instance, as both teams conducted morning skates here at Madison Square Garden for tonight’s pivotal Game 5 of the Eastern Conference Final - tied at two games apiece - Cooper said tonight was going to be the night that ex-Rangers captain Ryan Callahan, so far a non-factor in this series, scores a goal. The Rangers’ Carl Hagelin did provide some...
Tampa Bay Times May 24, 2015

Lightning needs more secondary scoring

Veteran wing Ryan Callahan, who racked up 24 goals in the regular season, hasn't scored a goal in the first 16 games of these playoffs.
New York Post May 21, 2015

Ryan Callahan opens up on the pain and pride of leaving Rangers

TAMPA — The profile is lower here than it was in New York, the role somewhat different, as well. But Ryan Callahan of the Lightning is the same Ryan Callahan...
Raw Charge May 19, 2015

The influence and ripples from the Martin S. Louis / Ryan Callahan trade for the Tampa Bay Lightning

The ripples of the Martin St. Louis-Ryan Callahan trade could linger for years for the Lightning organization. Look beyond just Callahan, Stralman and Boyle to what else was influence and affected by the March 5, 2014 transaction. Before game 1 of the Eastern Conference Finals, I was listening to a local radio show on my way to lunch. The host asked "Who won the Martin St. Louis - Ryan Callahan trade?" With the conversation also turning towards St. Louis’ actions leading up to the trade, the callers flooded in to share their opinions. I listened with great interest to see what the...
New York Post May 16, 2015

Now the enemy, Callahan reminds Rangers fans why they loved him

Ryan Callahan stepped on the ice and sent a reminder to Rangers fans why they loved him, playing Game 1 of the Eastern Conference final just five days after undergoing...
Raw Charge May 16, 2015

2015 NHL Playoffs Game 14 recap: Lightning fall to Rangers 2-1 on late goal in a close Game 1

The matchup stayed close, but in the end it fell in the Blueshirts' favor. The first game from the more dramatic of the two NHL Conference Finals series of 2015 is in the books. And Tampa Bay is not in the winner's circle after that affair. Just as was the case back in November 2014 during the regular-season series between the Lightning and the Rangers, plenty of story lines were associated with this game, let alone the entire series: Ryan Callahan was in. Brian Boyle was out. The game opened up as expected; fast and physical. Both ends of the ice were busy with back and forth offensive...
Mile High Hockey May 16, 2015

Playoff Live Thread - Round Three Begins!!!

I don't know where everybody is today, but I'm at work... Here's your obligatory live thread to discuss all the happenings in today's Preakness Stanley Cup playoff game. In the East we have Tampa Bay traveling to the Big Apple to take on the New York Rangers.  Tampa is the better rested team, but I think the Rangers are the better tested team in this one.  Hulking, lucky behemoth Ben Bishop backstops the Lighting while Steven Stamkos hopes his goal-scoring woes are behind him.  Ryan Callahan is making his return to the ice for the Lightning as well but Bryan Boyle is out with injury....
Tampa Bay Times May 16, 2015

Cooper expects Ryan Callahan to play in Game 1

It looks like veteran wing Ryan Callahan will play in today's Game 1 against the Rangers.
Raw Charge May 16, 2015

Quick Strikes for Saturday, May 16

As the Bolts get ready to face-off in the Garden this afternoon, here are plenty of Lightning vs. Rangers features as well as other news from around the league in this game day edition of Quick Strikes. "This is playoff hockey, we have the rest of our lives to be friends. This is right now a team in our way of where we want to be." - Martin St. Louis on facing his former team. [Blueshirts United] Meanwhile, Ryan Callahan, who's a game time decision for today's matinee, is also up for the challenge of battling in familiar territory, along with Brian Boyle and Anton Stralman. [NY Daily...

Rangers-Lightning: Five Things to Watch … more quotes

EASTERN CONFERENCE FINAL FIVE THINGS TO WATCH: FAMILIAR FACES: This is the storyline of the whole series, or at least until it starts to be about other players. Ex-Rangers Ryan Callahan, Brian Boyle and Anton Stralman and former Lightning players Martin St. Louis and Dan Boyle. SPEED VS. SPEED: This series ought to be fairly [...] The post Rangers-Lightning: Five Things to Watch … more quotes appeared first on Rangers Report.
New York Post May 16, 2015

No surprise to Rangers: Ryan Callahan likely for Game 1

Four days removed from an emergency appendectomy, Lightning forward Ryan Callahan spent his second straight day on the ice, putting in a full practice Friday afternoon at Madison Square Garden...
New York Daily News May 15, 2015
Ryan Callahan leads trio of ex-Rangers into the Garden

Ryan Callahan leads trio of ex-Rangers into the Garden

Ryan Callahan, Anton Stralman and Brian Boyle all suited up for practice at Garden Friday on the eve of the Eastern Conference Final.

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