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Ryan Callahan
Ryan Callahan
Right Wing  - TBL
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)
2013-14 SEASON: Skated in 20 games with the Lightning this season, posting 6 goals and 11 points to go along with 8 penalty minutes…Registered a point in 10 of his 12 games as a Bolt…Scored his 1st Lightning goal on March 13 vs. FLA…Tallied his 1st point (assist) as a Bolt on March 8 vs. BOS…Traded by the NY Rangers to the Lightning on March 4 in exchange for Martin St. Louis…Skated in 6 games with Team USA at the 2014 Winter Olympics, recording 1 assist…Recorded a season-high 5-game point streak from Oct. 12 through Nov. 7 (5 goals, 2 assists).…2014 Playoffs: Skated in all 4 Lightning postseason games against the Montreal Canadiens, posting 5 shots.


CAREER
2012-13 SEASON: Played in 45 games with the NY Rangers, leading the team for hits(154) and power play goals (6), ranked 3rd on the team for goals (16), and 4th for points (31) … Ranked 11th in the NHL for hits, tied for 19th in power play goals, and led NHL forwards in blocked shots (66) … Tied his career-high with a Rangers’ season-high, 7-game point streak to end the season (5 goals, 6 assists over the span)… Registered his 200th career NHL point with the game-winning goal, while on the power play, on 1/29 vs. PHI … Appeared in 12 postseason games with the New York Rangers, leading the team and ranked 8th in the NHL in playoff hits (64) …Ranked 3rd on the team and led all forwards in the NHL
in playoff blocked shots (23) and average ice time (23:22)… 2011-12: Played in 76 games for the NY Rangers and was named the 26th captain in franchise history on 9/12… Established career-highs in goals (29), points (54), penalty minutes (61), blocked shots (88), power play goals (13), shorthanded points (3), and overtime goals (2), and tied a career-high in assists (25) … Tied the franchise record, and tied for 4th in the NHL this season, with a career-high, 9 game-
winning goals … Ranked 3rd among NHL forwards in blocked shots (88), tied for 5th in hits (271) and tied for
5th in power play goals (13) …nus rating (plus-2) and 4th in points … Appeared in 20 postseason games with the NY Rangers and led all NHL forwards in average ice time (23:32) during the playoffs… Totaled 10 playoff points… 2010-11: Played in 60 games for the NY Rangers and served as Alternate Captain for the 2nd consecutive season … Established career-highs in assists (25) … Led the team in power play goals (10) and game-winning goals (5), ranked 2nd in goals (23) and power play points (15), tied for 2nd in points (48), ranked 2nd on the team and 15th in the NHL with 224 hits, and 5th among league forwards with 77 blocked shot… Notched his 1st career hat trick with 4 goals, including 2 on the power play, added an assist for a career-high, 5 points, and registered 5 shots and a plus-3 rating in a 7-0 win vs. PHI on 3/6; reached the 20-goal mark for the 2nd time in his career … 2009-10: Played in 77 games for the NY Rangers and was named Alternate Captain on 10/2 ... Registered 19 goals and 37 points on the season… Ranked 3rd in the NHL in hits (285) and 4th among forwards in blocked shots (81) … Ranked 2nd on the team in shots (204), 4th in goals and road points (15), 5th in home points (22), and tied for 2nd in road goals (9) and 4th in points… The Rangers posted a record of 16-6-2 when he registered a point… Skated in his 200th career NHL game on 1/25 vs. PIT... 2008-09: Played in 81 games for the NY Rangers, registering 22 goals and 40 points… Established career-highs in shots (237) … Led the team and ranked 4th in the NHL with 265 hits… Skated in his 100th NHL contest on 12/16 at ANA… Appeared in 7 postseason games with the NY Rangers, registering 2 goals… 2007-08: Played in 52 games with the NY Rangers, registering 13 points… Ranked 4th in the NHL among rookies with 139 hits … Appeared in 10 postseason games with the NY Rangers, registering 2 goals… Skated in 11 games with Hartford of the AHL, registering 7 goals and 8 assists for 15 points, along with 27 penalty minutes… 2006-07: Played in 14 games with the NY Rangers and registered his first career NHL assist on 3/21 vs. PHI … Tallied 2 goals, including his 1st career NHL goal/point, and recorded a team-high, 7 shots on goal along with a plus-2 rating on 3/17 vs. BOS … Made his NHL debut on 12/1 at BUF… Appeared in 10 postseason games with the NY Rangers, ranking 2nd on the team in post-season hits (25) ... Tallied his 1st 2 career NHL playoff goals, on 4/17 vs. ATL… Appeared in 60 games with Hartford of the AHL, registering 55 points… Named to the 2006-07 AHL All-Rookie Team … Led the Wolf Pack in goals (35) at the time of his recall on 3/15 ... His 8-game goal scoring streak was the 2nd-longest in the AHL that season … Registered his 1st pro point with an assist on 10/14 at Lowell … Made AHL debut on 10/7 vs. Springfield.


International Career: 2010: Representative for Team USA at the Winter Olympics in Vancouver, tallying the primary assist on a game-winning goal on 2/28 vs. Norway… Appeared in 6 games, helping Team USA to a Silver medal… 2007: Representative for Team USA at the World Championships in Moscow…2005: Representative for Team USA at the IIHF (U-20) World Junior Championships, appearing in 5 games, collecting 1 goal and 2 assists.

Junior Career: 2005-06: Appeared in 62 games for Guelph, leading the team in goals (52), points (84), and plus/minus (plus-29) … His 52 goals ranked fourth in the OHL … Won the Leo Lalonde Memorial Trophy as the OHL’s Top Overage Player … Finished in the top 3 for the “Smart-est 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 … Appeared in 13 postseason games with Guelph, totaling 24 points… 2004-05: Appeared in 60 games for Guelph, ranking 1st on the team with 28 goals and 54 points … Served as Team Captain… Appeared in 4 postseason games with Guelph, totaling 2 points… 2003-04: Appeared in 68 games for Guelph, leading the team with 13 power play goals … Appeared in 22 postseason games with Guelph, tying for 2nd on the team with 21 post-season points … Led the team in playoff goals (13)… 2002-2003: Made his OHL debut on 9/20 at Kingston … Registered his 1st career point with a goal on10/6 vs. London… Appeared in 11 postseason games with Guelph, registering 3 points.