Ebene News – CA – Ryan Callahan announces his retirement from the NHL after 13 seasons

Ryan Callahan has officially retired from hockey after 13 seasons in the NHL, the forward announced on his Twitter account

“Let’s make it official I didn’t play last year due to a back injury, but I’m officially announcing my retirement from the NHL,” Callahan wrote. “Looking back on my career, he’s hard to understand how lucky and grateful i am to be able to live my childhood dream for 13 amazing years”

Originally a fourth-round pick by the New York Rangers in 2004, Callahan appeared in 757 games, where he scored 186 goals and 386 points The Rochester, NY native became the Rangers captain in 2011 and was later traded to the Tampa Bay Lightning in a deal for Martin St Louis in 2014

The 35-year-old last played in 2019 with the Lightning where he suffered a career-ending back injury that limited him to seven goals and 17 points in just 52 games this season Tampa Bay later traded Callahan to the Ottawa Senators where he spent his final season in the injured reserve

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Ryan Callahan

Ebene News – CA – Ryan Callahan announces his retirement from the NHL after 13 seasons

Source: https://www.sportsnet.ca/nhl/article/ryan-callahan-announces-retirement-nhl-13-seasons/