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Sean Couturier Injured at Practice

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2 hours ago, ruxpin said:

Might actually be a design flaw in the drills.   

 

Seriously.

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9 minutes ago, sarsippius said:

Confirmed from here, Couturier is not in pregame skate

Yep, he wasn't on the ice.  :rage:

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3 minutes ago, Howie58 said:

Jeepers...at practice no less. Well, who rises to the occasion?

Hopefully the whole team. 

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Cause you've got .... HIGH HOPES , you've got HIGH HOPES... TEARS IN YOUR EYES CAUSE THE FLYERS CHOKED.... Hf 101. Lol

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I thought maybe you were old uh experienced enough to know that little ditty

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Hey gudass maybe you can run into Elliot, neuvy , and Leaky Pete in practice so Lyon gets a chance to play with the big boys... I don't want to see any of them anymore ,(un) fortunately this should be the last game , but not if you do me this favor... So waddaya say gud-ass

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Reports: Couturier Reinjured Knee

French media outlets Journal dé Montreal and TVA Sports 

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 that Flyers center Sean Couturier recently reinjured his right knee in an offseason hockey game. The newspaper stated that Couturier has returned to Philadelphia to meet with Flyers team doctors.

According to the JdM report, Couturier suffered a medial collateral ligament injury to his right knee, the same injury and the same knee the Flyers' first-line center injured at practice during the 2018 playoffs in a collision with teammate Radko Gudas. This time, Couturier was playing in the Boot Camp Tournament in Quebec City two weeks ago and reinjured his knee on a non-contact play, making a routine move on the ice.

Surgery was not required after the initial injury, nor it is expected to be necessary now according to the Journal dé Montreal report by journalist Jonathan Bernier. However, the typical recovery course of about six weeks leaves Couturier's status for the start of training camp and the preseason up in the air.

The Flyers have not, as yet, commented on the report.

 

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Saw that this morning too. 

 

He will probably miss (some of) camp but could be ready for the beginning of the season.

 

The distressing thing to me is that it was on a non-contact play. Kind of a major setback and also hope it doesn't become a chronic issue.

 

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Found another article on it.

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not sure why this is big news....   not like Couts will ever be more than a 3rd line defensive specialist anyway....

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Sounds like someone wasn't fully ready for an injury like that and it was non contact...stability sounds like it was still an issue.

 

Surrounding muscles were not fully strong enough.

 

 

Pushing it before he should have.

 

But i guess he got the go ahead from the training staff...i guess...which would explain it.

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1 hour ago, OccamsRazor said:

at least he wasn't boating

 

Ouch?

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1 hour ago, OccamsRazor said:

Sweet always some drama...why change...at least he wasn't boating or driving a porsche...

 

:bonkingheadonwall:

 

or grabbing  the asses of a Mountie

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1 minute ago, murraycraven said:

 

or grabbing  the asses of a Mountie

 

That Mountie was asking for it. Did you see how he was dressed?

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From Meltzer

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Flyers general manager Ron Hextall confirmed on Wednesday afternoon that center Sean Couturier suffered a "lower-body injury" in a charity game in Quebec on August 10. Couturier will miss approximately four weeks. The first on-ice day of training camp is slated for Sept. 14.

 

Hextall said that the injury was "in a different spot" than the right knee medial collateral ligament tear he suffered in a practice-day collision with teammate Radko Gudas in April. It was a non-contact injury on a routine play as Couturier went after a rebound at the net.

 

No surgery is required. During the first half of training camp, Couturier will participate in drills on a limited basis. He will not be involved in any battle/contact drills and will be held out of the early preseason games. He is expected be 100 percent by the latter half of camp, participating in all drills and being available to play in the final few exhibition games before opening night. 

 

Hextall said that Couturier will wear a knee brace when he returns to the ice. The GM said that he does not believe that the Selke Trophy finalist is now at greater risk for knee issues but said the organization recommends knee braces for all players and that Couturier shouldn't have any issues with playing with one.

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They need to go to Costco and get the family size pack of bubble wrap for the upcoming season....I feel they are going to need a lot of it.

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1 hour ago, brelic said:

From Meltzer

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Flyers general manager Ron Hextall confirmed on Wednesday afternoon that center Sean Couturier suffered a "lower-body injury" in a charity game in Quebec on August 10. Couturier will miss approximately four weeks. The first on-ice day of training camp is slated for Sept. 14.

 

Hextall said that the injury was "in a different spot" than the right knee medial collateral ligament tear he suffered in a practice-day collision with teammate Radko Gudas in April. It was a non-contact injury on a routine play as Couturier went after a rebound at the net.

 

No surgery is required. During the first half of training camp, Couturier will participate in drills on a limited basis. He will not be involved in any battle/contact drills and will be held out of the early preseason games. He is expected be 100 percent by the latter half of camp, participating in all drills and being available to play in the final few exhibition games before opening night. 

 

Hextall said that Couturier will wear a knee brace when he returns to the ice. The GM said that he does not believe that the Selke Trophy finalist is now at greater risk for knee issues but said the organization recommends knee braces for all players and that Couturier shouldn't have any issues with playing with one.

 

Let's hope this is all it is and everyone can move on soon.

 

I'd be more worried if the crazy SOB hadn't played even more insanely and scored a hat trick with the MCL tear against the Penguins.  

 

Hopefully the knee brace helps (should have friggin' had one on Sam Morin damn it, but I assume they will now!)

 

no matter what... when he does return to limited drills, Gudas is on the stationary bike at all times when Coots is on the ice.

 

 

 

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4 hours ago, OccamsRazor said:

Sounds like someone wasn't fully ready for an injury like that and it was non contact...stability sounds like it was still an issue.

 

Surrounding muscles were not fully strong enough.

 

 

Pushing it before he should have.

 

But i guess he got the go ahead from the training staff...i guess...which would explain it.

 

Chances are good the muscles were too strong for the ligament -Which should have easily been fully healed by now, but maybe this is the result of a summer of training that just started too soon.  

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