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Ryan Callahan
Ryan Callahan
Right Wing
(KAL-ah-han)
Number: 24
Height: 5' 11"
Weight: 190
Shoots: Right
Born: Mar 21, 1985  (Age 29)
Birthplace: Rochester, NY, United States
Hometown: Rochester, N.Y.
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Drafted: NYR / 2004 NHL Entry Draft
Round: 4th (127th overall)
NHL CAREER
2012-13: Led the team in hits (154) and power play goals (six), ranked third on the team in goals (16), and fourth in points (31) ... Ranked 11th in the NHL in hits, tied for 19th in power play goals, and led NHL forwards in blocked shots (66) ... Captured the Players’ Player Award for the third consecutive year ... Named winner of the Steven McDonald Extra Effort Award, as voted by the fans, joining Adam Graves as the only players in franchise history to have captured the honor four times (2008-09, 2009-10, 2011-12) ... Tied his career-high with a Rangers’ season-high, seven-game point streak to end the season (five goals, six assists over the span), and tallied 16 points (seven goals, nine assists) in the final 14 games ... Notched the game-winning goal in OT to help the Rangers clinch a playoff berth, added an assist, led all skaters with six shots, and was credited with four hits in 26:17 of ice time on Apr. 25 at CAR ... Recorded two power play assists, led all skaters with five hits and three blocked shots, and led all for- wards with 22:45 of ice time on Apr. 18 vs. FLA, while skating in his 400th career NHL contest ... Tallied a shorthanded goal, tied his career-high with three assists, including his 100th career assist, was credited with four hits, and posted a plus-four rating on Apr. 1 vs. WPG; It is the fourth time he has posted four or more points in a contest ... Registered his 200th career NHL point with the game-winning goal, while on the power play, on Jan. 29 vs. PHI ... Led the team and ranked eighth in the NHL in playoff hits (64) ... Ranked third on the team and led all forwards in the NHL in playoff blocked shots (23) and average ice time (23:22) ... Finished second on the team in playoff shots on goal (40) ... Tied for fourth on the team in play- off goals (two), assists (three), points (five) and plus/ minus rating (plus-two) ... Registered a playoff career high, three-game point streak from May 13 at WSH to May 19 at BOS, tallying three points (two goals, one assist) over the span. 2011-12: Named the 26th captain in franchise history on Sept. 12. ... Established career-highs in goals (29), points (54), penalty minutes (61), blocked shots (88), power play goals (13), shorthanded points (three), and overtime goals (two), and tied a career-high in assists (25). ... Tied the franchise record, and tied for fourth in the NHL this season, with a career-high, nine game-winning goals. ... Ranked third among NHL forwards in blocked shots (88), tied for fifth in hits (271) and tied for fifth in power play goals (13). ... Tied for the team lead and 17th in the NHL in shorthanded points (three). ... Ranked third on the team in points (54), second in goals (29) and tied for fifth in assists (25). ... Named winner of the 2011-12 Steven McDonald Extra Effort Award on Mar. 30, marking the third time he has captured the honor (2008-09, 2009-10), and captured the Players’ Player Award for the second consecutive year. ... Registered the Rangers’ first goal of the season at 15:22 of the first period, and established a franchise record for most shots in a season opener with a career-high, 11 shots while making his debut as team captain in the season opener on Oct. 7 against Los Angeles in Stockholm, Sweden; The 11 shots also represent the most by an NHL player in a season-opening game since Pavel Bure registered 11 shots on Oct. 3, 1997. ... Tallied two assists (one power play), five hits and a game-high, three blocked shots, and logged 21:18 of ice time on Mar. 19 vs. NJD; Reached the 50-point mark for the first time in his career. ... Notched his 100th career NHL goal with the OT game-winner, was credited with a game-high, five hits and posted a plus-two rating in 22:25 of ice time on Feb. 25 vs. BUF; The goal was his career-high, 24th of the season. ... Tallied his 20th assist of the season on Feb. 16 vs. CHI. ... Notched his second career hat trick (three goals), including two on the power play, and registered a game-high, seven shots on Feb. 11 at PHI; His third goal was his 40th point of the season, marking the third time in his career he has reached that mark. ... Posted a seven-game point streak from Dec. 23 vs. PHI to Jan. 6 at PIT (two goals, six assists over the span); Tied for longest point streak on the team and ninth longest in the NHL, and tied his career-high originally set from Oct. 21, 2010 two Nov. 1, 2010. ... Tallied an assist on the game-winning goal and tied his career-high with a team-high, 11 hits in the NHL Winter Classic on Jan. 2 at PHI. ... Tallied a career-high, three assists and posted a plus-three rating on Nov. 25 at WSH. ... Tallied two points (one goal, one assist), tied for the game-high with five hits and posted a plus-three rating in 20:18 of ice time while skating in his 300th career NHL contest on Nov. 15 at NYI. ... Tallied two goals, including the game-winner, added an assist and registered four shots on goal in his first win at MSG as team captain on Oct. 31 vs. SJS. ... Led all skaters with six shots in 20:56 of ice time while making his Broadway debut as Rangers’ captain on Oct. 27 vs. TOR. ... Established playoff career highs in games played (20), goals (six), assists (four), points (10), penalty minutes (12), power play goals (two), and shots (53). ... Tied for first on the team in goals and power play goals, third in plus-minus rating (plus-two) and fourth in points. ... Led all NHL forwards in average ice time (23:32) during the playoffs ... Notched the Rangers’ first goal of the post season on Apr. 12 vs. Ottawa in Game 1 of the Eastern Conference Quarterfinals ... Skated in 41:48 minutes of ice time on May 2 at Washington ... Recorded four points in the final four games of the post season from May 19 at New Jersey to May 25 at New Jersey (three goals, one assist), including a two-point performance on May 19 (one goal, one assist). 2010-11: Served as Alternate Captain for the second consecutive season. ... Captured the Players' Player Award, as voted by his teammates, and the John Halligan Good Guy Award, selected by the NY chapter of the PHWA, which recognizes players' cooperation with the media. ... Established career-high in assists (25). ... Led the team in power play goals and game-winning goals, ranked second in goals and power play points (15), tied for second in points, ranked second on the team and 15th in the NHL with 224 hits, and fifth among league forwards with 77 blocked shots. ... Ranked second on the team with a career-high, 11 multi-point performances, including three consecutive multi-point efforts from Oct. 24 vs. New Jersey to Oct. 29 vs. Carolina (three goals, three assists over the span). ... Missed the final two games of the season with a fractured ankle suffered on April 4. ... Led the Rangers in scoring with 13 goals and 25 points in 28 games following his return from injury on Feb. 1, after missing the previous 19 games due to a broken hand suffered on Dec. 15 at Pittsburgh. ... The Rangers were 14-3-1 when he tallied a goal and 24-7-1 when he recorded a point. ... Notched the game-winning, power play goal, and added two assists at Pittsburgh on Mar. 20; the goal was his career-high, 23rd of the season. ... Tallied one assist at Anaheim on Mar. 9, marking the first time he reached the 20-assist plateau and tying his career-high with 40 points. ... Notched his first career hat trick with four goals, including two on the power play, added an assist for a career-high, five points, and registered five shots and a plus-three rating in a 7-0 win vs. Philadelphia on Mar. 6; reached the 20-goal mark for the second time in his career. ... Notched the game-tying goal, on the power play, and was credited with a team-high, seven hits vs. Pittsburgh on Feb. 1, in his return to the lineup after missing 19 games with a broken hand. ... Ranked second in the NHL with 128 hits and first among forwards with 40 blocked shots at the time of his injury. ... Notched two goals and posted a career-high, plus-four rating in a 7-0 win vs. Washington on Dec. 12. ... Was credited with a career-high, 11 hits on Nov. 22 vs. Calgary. ... Posted a Gordie Howe Hat Trick with his first career overtime goal, a shorthanded assist and a fighting major on Nov. 15 at Pittsburgh. ... Posted a career-high, seven-game scoring streak from Oct. 21 at Toronto to Nov. 1 vs. Chicago (four goals, seven assists over the span), including a career-high, four-game goal streak from Oct. 24 vs. New Jersey to Oct. 30 at Toronto (four goals). ... Notched his first career penalty shot goal on Oct. 30 at Toronto. ... Registered his 100th career point with an assist on the game-winning goal on Oct. 23 at Boston. 2009-10: Named Alternate Captain on Oct. 2. ... Captured his second straight Steven McDonald Award. ... Ranked third in the NHL in hits and fourth among forwards in blocked shots. ... Ranked second on the team in shots, fourth in goals and road points (15), fifth in home points (22), and tied for second in road goals (nine) and tied for fourth in points. ... Finished second on the team in power play goals, third in power play points (20) and fourth in power play assists (11). ... The Rangers posted a record of 16-6-2 when he registered a point. ... Recorded a career-high, nine multipoint performances, including three multi-goal efforts. ... Skated in his 200th career NHL game on Jan. 25 vs. Pittsburgh. ... Recorded his second four-point effort of the season with two goals and two assists on Jan. 17 vs. Montreal. ... Set a career-high with four points (two goals and two assists) on Dec. 17 at Long Island. ... Attempted his first career NHL penalty shot on Dec. 6 vs. Detroit (save). 2008-09: Established career-highs in games played (81) and shots (237). ... Led the team and ranked fourth in the NHL with 265 hits. ... Ranked first on the team with a plus-seven rating, and tied for fourth with 22 goals … Recorded six multi-point games. ... Won the Steven McDonald Extra Effort Award, voted by the fans as the player who performs “above and beyond the call of duty”. ... Skated in his 100th NHL contest on Dec. 16 at Anaheim. 2007-08: Skated in 52 games with the Rangers, collecting eight goals and five assists for 13 points, along with 31 penalty minutes ... Ranked fourth in the NHL among rookies with 139 hits ... Tied for third on the team in plus/minus (plus-seven) ... Posted a plus or even rating in 36 of his last 40 contests this season  ... Tallied a shorthanded goal on Mar. 4 vs. the Islanders ... Tallied two goals and delivered seven hits on Feb. 17 vs. San Jose ... Recorded one goal and delivered a season-high, nine hits, Feb. 16 vs. Buffalo ... Tied a team-high with four hits on Feb. 3 at Montreal after being recalled from Hartford (AHL) on Feb. 2 ... Tallied an unassisted, third period goal 12 seconds after Chris Drury's game-winner (8:58) in the season opener on Oct. 4 vs. Florida ... Notched seven goals and eight assists for 15 points, along with 27 penalty minutes and a plus-seven rating in 11 games with Hartford (AHL) this season ... Also appeared in 10 post-season matches with the Rangers, registering two goals and two assists for four points, along with 10 penalty mintues ... Tied for fifth in the league in shorthanded goals (one) ... Among rookies, tied for fourth in playoff goals (two), fifth in playoff points (four) and sixth in playoff assists (two). 2006-07: Skated in 14 games with the Rangers, registering four goals and two assists, along with nine penalty minutes and a plus-five rating ... Registered his fourth goal of the season, the game-winner, on Apr. 1 vs.Toronto; Marked his first career game-winning goal … Recorded a season high, four hits on Mar. 27 at Montreal … Registered his first career NHL assist on Mar. 21 vs. Philadelphia … Recorded five shots on goal in a season-high 15:23 of total icetime on Mar. 19 vs. Pittsburgh … Tallied two goals, including his first career NHL goal/point, and recorded a team-high, seven shots on goal along with a plus-two rating on Mar. 17 vs. Boston … Made his NHL debut on Dec. 1 at Buffalo … Skated in 10 post-season games with the Rangers, registering two goals and one assist ... Ranked second on the team in post-season hits (25) ... Tallied two goals, his first two career NHL playoff goals, and earned Second Star honors on Apr. 17 vs. Atlanta.

AHL CAREER
2007-08: Skated in 11 games with Hartford, registering seven goals and eight assists for 15 points, along with 27 penalty minutes.  2006-07: Named to the 2006-07 AHL All-Rookie Team … At the time of his recall on Mar. 15, led the Wolf Pack in goals (35); Eight-game goal scoring streak was the second-longest in the AHL this season … Tallied three power play goals for his second hat trick of the season on Nov. 22 vs. Worcester … Recorded a season-high, four points (three goals and one assist), on Nov. 11 vs. San Antonio (First Star); Marked his first professional hat trick … Posted a five-game goal scoring streak from Oct. 27 to Nov. 4 (six goals) … Registered his first pro point with an assist on Oct. 14 at Lowell … Made AHL debut on Oct. 7 vs. Springfield.

JUNIOR CAREER
Appeared in 249 career regular season games with the Guelph Storm of the Ontario Hockey League (OHL), registering 130 goals and 107 assists for 237 points, along with 367 penalty minutes. ... Skated in 50 postseason contests, scoring 21 goals and 29 assists for 50 points, along with 48 penalty minutes. 2005-06: Led Guelph in goals (52), points (84), and plus/minus (+29) … His 52 goals ranked fourth in the OHL … Won the Leo Lalonde Memorial Trophy as the OHL’s Top Overage Player … Recognized in the 2005-06 OHL Western Conference Coaches Poll … Finished in the top three for the “Smartest Player,” “Most Dangerous in the Goal Area” and the “Best Defensive Forward”… Served as team captain … Represented the Western Conference in the OHL All-Star Classic, notching a goal in the contest  … Ranked second on the team and tied for sixth in the league for post-season scoring with 24 points. 2004-05: Appeared in 60 games for Guelph, registering 28 goals and 26 assists for 54 points, along with 108 penalty minutes. ... Ranked first on the team with 28 goals and 54 points. ... Served as team captain Scored five power play goals and one short handed goal. ... Skated in four playoff games, notching one goal and one assist, along with six penalty minutes. 2003-04: Appeared in 68 games with Guelph, posting 36 goals and 32 assists for 68 points, along with 86 penalty minutes. ... Led the team with 13 power play goals. ... Skated in 22 postseason contests, collecting 13 goals and eight assists for 21 points, along with 20 penalty minutes. ... Tied for second on the team with 21 postseason points. ... Led the team in playoff goals (13). 2002-2003: Skated in 59 games for Guelph, notching 14 goals and 17 assists for 31 points, along with 47 penalty minutes. ... Also appeared in 11 postseason games, tallying three assists and two penalty minutes. ... Made his OHL debut on September 20 at Kingston. ... Registered his first career point with a goal on October 6 vs. London.

INTERNATIONAL CAREER
2010: Won the Silver Medal with Team USA at the 2010 Winter Olympic Games in Vancouver, Canada. ... Tallied the primary assist on Chris Drury’s game-winning goal on Feb. 18 vs. Norway, and finished the tournament with one assist and a plus-2 rating in six games. 2007: Represented Team USA at the 2007 World Championship in Moscow, Russia. 2005: Appeared in seven games with Team USA at the 2005 IIHF (U-20) World Junior Championships, collecting one goal and two assists, along with 29 penalty minutes.

BACKGROUND
Nickname is “Cally”. ... Lists Brendan Shanahan as his favorite player growing up. ... Was teammates with Dan Girardi on the Guelph Storm in juniors from 2002-03 to 2004-05. ... Is also a top ping pong player. ... Enjoys listening to country music. ... First job was as a valet at a restaurant. ... Is an avid golfer … Enjoys water skiing and fishing. ... Lists Gladiator as his favorite movie. ... Made a guest appearance, along with fellow teammates, on the Sept. 30, 2009 episode of "Late Show with David Letterman" to present the top 10 list ... Has a yellow Labrador Retriever named Levi. ... Married – wife, Kyla; daughter, Charlotte.

CAREER TRANSACTIONS

June 26, 2004 – Rangers fourth round choice, 127th overall, in the 2004 NHL Entry Draft.

CAREER HIGHLIGHTS

LONGEST POINT STREAK: 7 (two times) (last -- from Dec. 23, 2011, to Jan. 6, 2012) (two goals and six assists)

LONGEST GOAL STREAK: 4 (two times) (last -- from Feb. 9, 2012, to Feb. 14, 2012 (six goals)

LONGEST ASSIST STREAK: 5 from Oct. 21, 2010, to  Oct. 29, 2010 (five assists)

MOST GOALS, GAME: 4 on March 6, 2011,  vs. Philadelphia (Boucher 3, Bobrovsky 1)

MOST ASSISTS, GAME: 3 (two times) (last on April 1, 2013 vs. Winnipeg)

MOST POINTS, GAME: 5 on March 6, 2011,  vs. Philadelphia (4 goals, 1 assist)

MOST PIM, GAME: 15 on Nov. 28, 2009, at Pittsburgh

MOST SHOTS, GAME: 11 on Oct. 7, 2011, vs. Los Angeles at Stockholm, Sweden

FIRST NHL GAME: Dec. 1, 2006 at Buffalo

FIRST NHL GOAL: Mar. 17, 2007 vs. Boston (MacDonald)

FIRST NHL ASSIST:
Mar. 21, 2007, vs. Philadelphia

CAREER IN THE SHOOTOUT

ATTEMPTS: 13
GOALS: 3
SUCCESS RATE: 23.1 percent
GAME-DECIDING GOALS: 3

CAREER PENALTY SHOTS

Dec. 6, 2009, vs. Detroit (Howard) -- Save
Oct. 30, 2010, vs. Toronto (Giguere) -- Goal



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