PHILADELPHIA (AP) — Flyers defenseman Chris Pronger will be sidelined indefinitely with concussion-like symptoms.

Flyers general manager Paul Holmgren says Pronger has complained of a fairly persistent headache and sluggish feeling over the last few days. Pronger will visit with two concussions specialists Wednesday in Pittsburgh.

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It’s been a tough season for Pronger, Philadelphia’s captain, who also missed six games with an eye injury.

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He underwent surgery on his left knee last month and was expected to be out for another two weeks.

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