New York Rangers’ Chris Drury and Ryan Callahan Make Team USA…That’s Swell

January 3rd, 2010 by Frank Castaldi Leave a reply »
Shortly after the Winter Classic '10, Team USA announced their 23-man roster for the 2010 Vancouver Games.

Ranger fans were happy to notice that two more of their Blueshirts made the squad.

Captain Chris Drury and assistant captain Ryan Callahan were both announced by GM Brian Burke as participants for Team USA.

That's really swell and all, but honestly, as a Ranger fan...I could care less.

Don't get me wrong, being named to any Olympic team is a great honor and obviously something that should receive great recognition, especially to Team USA, but Drury and Callahan leaves me with no care nor concern for Vancouver.

No. What I'm concerned about is the other two Rangers that will be making the trip.

Lost in the shuffle were the announcements that Marian Gaborik and Henrik Lundqvist would also be travelling to Vancouver.

Gaborik, representing Team Slovakia, and Lundqvist for Team Sweden—who he won a Gold Medal with in 2006—should be on the mind of every Ranger fan.

Not Drury and Callahan.

Of course losing any player is an obstacle that a team needs to overcome, but losing Dr ...

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