Adam Lowry may not get a possibility to assist the Winnipeg Jets build on their Heritage Classic win over Calgary when they play the Ducks in Anaheim on Tuesday night.

The sixth-year NHL forward will have a hearing Monday with the league's department of player security and faces possible suspension for boarding Flames defenceman Oliver Kylington in the final seconds of the 2nd duration on Saturday night at Mosaic Stadium in Regina.

Lowry, 26, skated a minimum of 15 feet from above Calgary's crease to the corner where he made contact up high with Kylington, who was already in a vulnerable position against the glass.

Lowry, who was suspended 2 games last March for a high stick on Nashville forward Filip Forsberg, was assessed a small penalty for Saturday's incident.

" If you take a look at it, I get mainly his arm," Lowry discussed to reporters following the snowy outside game at the 33,350-seat house of the Canadian Football League's Saskatchewan Roughriders. "I think it's the position he's put in where it looks worse than it is."

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