Canadiens defenseman P.K. Subban has done a lot of good for kids living in Montreal recently. He donated $10 million to the Montreal Children’s Hospital Foundation early last year and threw an amazing party at the hospital just before Christmas. But unfortunately, he also sent a one-month-old baby to that same hospital on Sunday after accidentally hitting her with a puck.

According to reports, Subban tossed a puck into the stands after an open practice on Sunday. That puck ended up hitting a one-month-old girl and knocking her unconscious. She was rushed to the hospital after getting hit, and while it sounds like she’s going to be OK, she was diagnosed with a concussion.

Here’s a post the baby’s mother put up on Facebook:

Je demande votre aide! Aujourd'hui nous étions à la pratique Provigo des Canadiens de Montréal, au Centre Bell. À la fin...

Posted by Valérie Meloche Maquilleuse on Sunday, February 21, 2016

Subban hasn’t really spoken about the incident, but members of the Canadiens organization reportedly visited the baby and her family in the hospital after it happened. Hopefully she'll make a quick recovery.

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[via Sporting News]