I'm not terribly knowledgable about this sort of thing, and I may be totally off-base in my diagnosis, but it seems to me that PS is using the Macbook profile when printing, not the Eizo profile
Well I suppose PS might not know what profile your display is set to (I've personally never seen this but I guess it's possible). To make sure PS is using the correct monitor profile, select Color Settings from the edit menu, and click the RGB pop-up menu. This is where you set your RGB working space (which should be set to sRGB, AdobeRGB, or ProPhotoRGB(best) . You'll see a choice (don't select it, just read what it says)that will say Monitor RGB, and your display profile name should be listed there.
If this is correct, then you have another setting that's off.
I always recommend printing a known test target file and then comparing that to your display. If the print is off, you have a printer/output profile setting issue, if the print is good and the display is off, you have a monitor display/calibration issue. I've always recommended Bill Atksinson's, but it seems his download page is no longer publicly accessible. Might try this one from outbackphoto.com