Callahan left the ice cradling his left arm after he became tangled with the Flyers' Maxime Talbot in a post-whistle scrum. Both parties dropped their gloves, but Callahan grimaced in pain and never threw a punch before tumbling to the ice.
Earlier in the game, Callahan scored his second goal of the season, which turned out to be the game-winner as the Rangers edged the Flyers 2-1.
Rangers coach John Tortorella had no update on Callahan after the game and said he would be re-evaluated Wednesday.
We've got to find a way to win a game. He's played well in the minors, now he gets his opportunity. We tried [with Jonathan Bernier]. The way I look at it, you get opportunities and you make the most of it. That's what [James Reimer] did. Now another opportunity is here and Sparks ... you gotta grab it. Is he ready? We'll find out.
— Maple Leafs coach Mike Babcock to the Toronto Star on recalling goalie Garret Sparks from the AHL to start Monday in his NHL debut
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