An NHL player says he was assaulted in Toronto on Tuesday night for talking about voting Republican in the upcoming U.S. election.\nOn Wednesday morning, San Jose Sharks player Logan Couture, originally from Ontario, detailed the incident where he was "sucker-punched" for his comments.\n\n\nEditor's Choice: A Trump Official Dissed Our Military & Asked 'What's Good About Canada?' \n\n\nI spent last night in Toronto Ontario. I talked about voting for the Republican Party, and I mentioned Donald Trump by name. I was sucker punched. Is this really what we are coming to? If you vote you are a villain? Man this world is so wrong— Logan Couture (@Logancouture) August 26, 2020\n\nIn a follow-up tweet, Couture clarifies that he doesn't vote.\n"I mentioned my father being a former police officer. I really don't believe this world we're living in," he wrote.\n\n\n\n\n\n\n\nThe San Jose Sharks are not currently in the playoffs, but Couture’s Twitter bio states that he lives in both London, Ontario, and San Jose, California.\n*This article has been updated.