Callahan said, "I think I am in a good spot. My mind coming back to here is just trying to do what I can to help the team win. It's the same as when I left. This is where I want to be and I am going to control what I can control and that is mainly on the ice so that isn't going to change."
On Ryan McDonagh, "He played unbelievable over there. His composure, his defensive awareness on the bigger sheet was impressive and that was some of the best games I have seen him play. I think everyone saw that. The level of competition is so good over there and going against top talented forwards every night, playing the amount of minutes that he did, the way he plays speaks for itself."
On playing under Dan Bylsma, "it's a different experience, you are with a guy for two weeks so you don't fully get to understand what he is about but he coached us well, prepared us well and it was enjoyable playing for him."
How do you feel, "Not to bad. I thought the time change would be worse than it is but as of today it's not too bad."
On the Olympics, "it's tough. I don't think we met the expectations that we had going into the tournament. Our first three games we played like we needed to. We were playing good hockey and getting better as the tournament went on which is an important thing over there and against Canada I thought they outplayed us for most of the game. The tough part of that tournament is one game and you are out of it. It's tough, we had bigger expectations than what we did but that is how it goes."