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Sport Jets' Adam Lowry to have hearing for boarding Flames' Oliver Kylington

00:50  28 october  2019
00:50  28 october  2019 Source:   prohockeyrumors.com

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Adam Lowry will have a hearing with NHL Department of Player Safety on Monday. The Winnipeg Jets forward is facing discipline for boarding Calgary Flames defenseman Oliver Kylington on The incident occurred in the Flames zone at 20:00 of the second period during Winnipeg's 2-1 overtime

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The NHL's Department of Player Safety announced that Winnipeg Jets forward Adam Lowry will have a hearing Monday for boarding Calgary’s Oliver Kylington.

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The incident happened in Calgary’s zone at the end of the second period during the Jets’ 2-1 overtime victory in Saturday's outdoor Heritage Classic at Mosaic Stadium. Once time expired in the second period, Lowry put his shoulder right into Kylington’s head (video here). The 26-year-old received a two-minute minor for boarding, while Kylington seemed to escape any major injury as he returned and played in the third period.

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Winnipeg's Adam Lowry cross-checked Flames defenseman Oliver Kylington into the boards to end the period, which put the Flames on the power play to start the third. NOTES: Winnipeg finished 1 for 5 on the power play, while Calgary was 0 for 3. The outdoor game was Calgary's first of five road

Winnipeg's Adam Lowry cross-checked Flames defenseman Oliver Kylington into the boards to end the period, which put the Flames on the power play to start the third. NOTES: Winnipeg finished 1 for 5 on the power play, while Calgary was 0 for 3. The outdoor game was Calgary's first of five road

Lowry has had issues with behavior before. He was suspended two games back in March of 2019 for cross-checking Nashville’s Filip Forsberg. He also received a one-game suspension in his rookie season in 2014 for boarding Buffalo’s Patrick Kaleta.

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