According to Bob McKenzie, Ryan Callahan’s MRI revealed a shoulder subluxation and will be out 10-14 days.
According to MMAR, “A shoulder subluxation is similar to a shoulder dislocation, the difference being that a subluxation is temporary and partial. It can be described as shoulder joint instability.”
4:31PM: From the Rangers:
NEW YORK, January 30, 2013 – New York Rangers President and General Manager Glen Sather announced today that Ryan Callahan has suffered a subluxation of his shoulder and will be sidelined for 10 to 14 days. The Rangers captain suffered the injury in the third period of last night’s 2-1 win against the Philadelphia Flyers at Madison Square Garden. Callahan underwent an MRI earlier today and was examined by Dr. Andrew Feldman.
Callahan registered his 200th career NHL point with the game-winning goal, while on the power play, prior to suffering the injury in last night’s contest. He has notched two goals in six games this season, and is currently tied for second in the NHL with 27 hits and sixth among league forwards with nine blocked shots.