Sean Couturier RUMORS & NEWS

  • Flyers' Couturier played with torn knee

    The Score "Philadelphia Flyers forward Sean Couturier revealed Sunday after being eliminated from the playoffs that he played with a torn MCL, according to Dave Issac of the Courier-Post. Couturier said he won't need surgery, but it would have required a four-week recovery if it had occurred during the..." April 22

  • Sean Couturier channels Chris Pronger in gutsy return for Flyers

    Sportsnet "After a freak collision during practice Tuesday pushed Sean Couturier out of the Flyers lineup for Game 4 of their first-round series, nearly sinking Philadelphia’s post-season hopes in the process, the young pivot battled through and cemented himself a place in team history on..." April 21

  • Couturier game-time decision; Flyers look to extend series

    NHL.com "Sean Couturier will participate in warmups and will be a game-time decision for the Philadelphia Flyers in Game 5 of the Eastern Conference First Round against the Pittsburgh Penguins at PPG Paints Arena on Friday (7 p.m. ET; NBCSN, CBC, TVAS, NBCSP, ATTSN-PT). The center, who was on the ice..." April 20

  • Couturier game-time decision for Flyers in Game 4 against Penguins

    NHL.com "Sean Couturier will be a game-time decision when the Philadelphia Flyers play the Pittsburgh Penguins in Game 4 of the Eastern Conference First Round at Wells Fargo Center on Wednesday (7 p.m. ET; NBCSN, CBC, TVAS, NBCSP, ATTSN-PT), coach Dave Hakstol said. The Flyers' No. 1 center left..." April 18

  • Flyers’ Sean Couturier to miss Game 4 with lower-body injury

    Sportsnet "Philadelphia Flyers centreman Sean Couturier will miss Game 4 of his club’s series with the Pittsburgh Penguins on Wednesday, the club announced. Couturier was injured in practice Tuesday after colliding with teammate Radko Gudas, who appeared to clip the forward’s right leg, sending him..." April 18

  • Patrice Bergeron, Anze Kopitar and Sean Couturier named Selke finalists

    CBS Sports "The NHL awards finalists are rolling in this week, with the finalists for several major awards being announced on Wednesday. After the trio of goaltenders up for the Vezina was announced, the NHL unveiled which forwards are finalists for the Frank J. Selke Trophy -- awarded to the best defensive..." April 18

  • No official update, but Flyers preparing to play without Sean Couturier

    NBC Sports Philadelphia "The Flyers are preparing to face the Pittsburgh Penguins without their No. 1 center and arguably their most indispensable player in Sean Couturier. Although the Flyers wouldn’t provide a medical update or playing status regarding Couturier, a handful of players who participated in the morning..." April 18

  • Flyers’ Sean Couturier suffers apparent injury at practice

    Sportsnet "Tuesday’s Philadelphia Flyers morning skate was put on pause when centre Sean Couturier left practice with an apparent injury. According to reporters at the rink, Couturier collided with teammate Radko Gudas and needed to be helped off the ice by trainer Jim McCrossin. The team has yet to..." April 17

  • Flyers not concerned with Sean Couturier's dip in Selke-worthy season

    Courier-Post "If the Flyers had an MVP of the first half of their season, it probably would have been Sean Couturier. There’s a case for goalie Brian Elliott, who is now injured, and Claude Giroux has come on strong as well, keeping his production going and putting himself in the NHL MVP race for the Hart..." March 12

  • Flyers’ Sean Couturier making most of offensive opportunity

    Sportsnet "Sean Couturier was never that kid standing 20 feet from a road hockey game, stick in hand, shooting rocks, hoping for an invite. Since Day 1 with the Philadelphia Flyers, he’s been part of the action and a valuable member of the team. But like a great character actor who never gets tapped for..." November 18

  • How Flyers’ top-line shakeup unleashed Sean Couturier

    Sporting News "The Flyers started the 2017-18 season with a bit of a shocking announcement: captain and top line center Claude Giroux would be moving to the wing. The decision came after a couple seasons where Giroux’s even-strength production had been dropping off dramatically. His power play numbers..." November 11