Because Ryan Callahan re-signed with Tampa Bay, the Lightning will give the Rangers their 2015 second-round pick to complete the Martin St. Louis trade.
Ryan Callahan has agreed to a six-year, $34.8 million contract with the Tampa Bay Lightning.
The Tampa Bay Lightning are reportedly on the verge of locking up Ryan Callahan.
Negotiations between the Lightning and Ryan Callahan have reached a "critical stage," according to agent Steve Bartlett.
Lightning general manager Steve Yzerman said there’s been "really good discussions" with Ryan Callahan’s camp.
It's looking more likely that Ryan Callahan will test the free agent market on July 1.
The contract negotiations between Ryan Callahan and the Tampa Bay Lightning are ongoing.
The Tampa Bay Lightning made a "good case" to keep Ryan Callahan, according to agent Steven Bartlett, but he may decide to test free agency to see what other offers are out there.
Ryan Callahan's agent, Stephen Bartlett, said Tampa Bay will be "in the mix" for his client's services this summer.
Ryan Callahan is eligible to be an unrestricted free agent in the summer.
Ryan Callahan had his first playoff goal with the Lightning controversially waved off in Game 3.
Ryan Callahan picked up another power-play goal for the Lightning on Tuesday night.
Ryan Callahan found the back of the net during the Lightning's 4-3 overtime win on Saturday.
Ryan Callahan scored both Tampa Bay markers in Thursday's 3-2 shootout win over the Islanders.