Today's Slapshot "There seems little doubt Philadelphia missed Sean Couturier during their Eastern Conference semifinal clash with Washington, after the 23-year-old was knocked out of the line up with a shoulder injury during game one of the series. The Flyers went on to lose the tilt in six games, getting shut..." April 27
CSN Philly "Sean Couturier took a hard shot along the boards from Capitals winger Alex Ovechkin a little over halfway through the second period of Thursday night's 2-0 loss to the Washington Capitals in Game 1 of the Eastern Conference quarterfinals (see Instant Replay). Couturier did not return because of..." April 15
INJURY UPDATE: Sean Couturier will out approximately 4 weeks with a lower-body injury, per #Flyers GM Ron Hextall.
CSN Philly "Barring something unforeseen, which wouldn’t be out of the norm for the Flyers, centerman Sean Couturier is expected to return to the lineup Tuesday against the Montreal Canadiens. He practiced Monday at Skate Zone, centering Sam Gagner and Brayden Schenn. “I felt good. It’s been two weeks..." February 01
CSN Philly "While the Flyers had to deal with the hassle of having their game in Brooklyn against the New York Islanders postponed (see story), Sean Couturier used the unscheduled day off as an opportunity to rest up. The 23-year-old center was the only Flyer not accounted for during Saturday morning’s..." January 24
Courier-Post "While the Flyers moved out West to embark on a four-game roadtrip in Canada, Sean Couturier was in Voorhees, skating and skating, waiting for a headache. In the past three days, there weren’t any. The center, concussed by ex-teammate Zac Rinaldo via a nasty hit in Boston Oct. 21, is feeling..." November 04
Sean Couturier, Michael Raffl, and Michal Neuvirth are all day-to-day with upper-body injuries, according the #Flyers GM Ron Hextall.
CSN Philly "The sun may be burning bright and the humidity may be through the roof around these parts, but those facts don’t mean the hockey world has stopped spinning on its axis. In fact, there are no summer vacations in hockey. If you’ve been paying attention to news surrounding the Flyers over the..." August 05
Pro Hockey Talk "The Flyers opened up the checkbook in extending young center Sean Couturier. On Tuesday, Philly announced it signed Couturier to a multi-year extension — per Sportsnet, it’s a six-year, $26 million deal with a $4.33 million average annual cap hit. Courturier’s new contract comes with year..." July 29
NHL.com "Flyers general manager Ron Hextall gave a brief injury update today on forward Sean Couturier. “Sean Couturier had successful abdominal surgery this past Friday. He has started rehab at our training facility and should be fully recovered in 5-6 weeks.” At the end of season media..." June 11
CSN Philly "The problem with scoring 96 points twice in junior hockey is that once you hit the NHL level, people expect you to become an offensive juggernaut as a pro. So if you’re judging Sean Couturier from that perspective right now as a Flyer, he’s a major disappointment with three assists and nothing..." November 12
Courier-Post "Claude Giroux got the night off. So did Scott Hartnell Max Talbot and even Zac Rinaldo. Not Sean Couturier. The third-year center logged 20:42 more than any other Flyers forward in a 4-1 loss to the New Jersey Devils the Flyers’ second loss to their division rival this week. By rule..." September 27
#Flyers sign centre Sean Couturier to 2-year, $3.5 million contract extension.
Courier-Post "The Flyers were hanging on up a goal late in the third period Sunday night and Sean Couturier, their youngest player, was on the ice again looking like a shutdown forward. With the Buffalo Sabres on a power play and pressing for the equalizer, Couturier was out there looking like a baseball..." March 12
Broad Street Hockey "Small sample sizes give more extreme results than larger samples, where luck evens out a bit, but in a shortened NHL season (or early in any NHL year), it can be fun to highlight impressive results. John Tavares, for example, is on a 56-goal pace, and Steven Stamkos is on a 132-point pace,..." February 26