Found December 17, 2011 on Pro Sports Daily:
Philadelphia Flyers center Sean Couturier left Saturday's game against the Washington Capitals due to a head injury. Couturier fell to the ice after he was hit in the side of the helmet on a slap shot by teammate Kimmo Timonen in the final minute of the first period. He stayed on the ice for several minutes before being assisted to the locker room. Flyers general manager Paul Holmgren said Couturier would not return to the game. A first-round draft pick of Philadelphia this year, Couturier has five goals and four assists this season.
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