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10-01-2013, 04:59 AM
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Carl Hagelin won’t be eligible to make his season debut until the Rangers’ 11th game on Oct. 29 at Nassau Coliseum, against the Islanders, after being placed on long term injury reserve Monday in conjunction with the submission of the club’s 2013-14 roster.

But the news is better concerning Ryan Callahan, the Blueshirts’ other winger with a wounded wing, who was put on injured reserve and thus will be eligible to play as soon as he is deemed fit by the medical and training staff.

The captain has been ruled out of Thursday night’s opener in Phoenix, but may be able to play as soon as next week’s California Tour when the Blueshirts will be in L.A. on Monday, San Jose on Tuesday and Anaheim on Oct. 10.

Hagelin and Callahan both underwent surgeries to repair damaged labrums immediately following the Rangers’ second-round elimination by the Bruins. The surgery on Hagelin was more complex than the one on Callahan. Thus, the longer recovery time.

Hagelin isn't eligible to come off long-term IR until October 29.

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