Dave Coulier is recovering after a hockey injury sent him to the hospital.

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The 58-year-old actor shared a picture of himself on crutches Monday on Twitter after hurting himself playing hockey.

The picture shows Coulier showing a smile as a hobbles down a hospital hallway while wearing a brace on his right foot. The actor's leg is also wrapped from toe to knee.

"I love hockey. But sometimes hockey doesn't love me back. #Hockey #cutitout," he captioned the snapshot.

Coulier's injury comes ahead of the Part 2 premiere of "Fuller House" Season 3.

The Netflix series will return with new episodes Dec. 22, including an episode directed by Coulier, who plays Joey Gladstone.

"Directing @juanpablodipace and @andreabarber in this hugely funny scene in the second half of @fullerhouse season 3. #cutitout #fullerhouse," the actor wrote on Instagram in October.

"Fuller House" is a sequel to "Full House," which aired on ABC from 1987 to 1995.

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Lori Loughlin, who portrays Aunt Becky in both series, confirmed Sunday that the original show will air on the Hallmark Channel starting in January.

"One big happy family! #fullhouse & @hallmarkchannel starting in January 2018," she wrote.