OTTAWA (AP) -Ottawa Senators forward Dean McAmmond left Game 3 of the Stanley Cup final early in the third period Saturday with a head injury after Anaheim defenseman Chris Pronger knocked him to the ice with a forearm.
McAmmond was hit by Pronger after he drove the zone for a shot on net, falling and hitting the back of his head on the ice.
He was attended by Ottawa's team doctor before he was helped off the ice by linemates Oleg Saprykin and Christoph Schubert. A trainer helped him to the dressing room.
No penalty was called on the play.
McAmmond was credited with the go-ahead goal late in the second period when Pronger put the puck into his own net to put the Senators up 4-3.

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