Jets’ Adam Lowry leaves game vs. Blackhawks with upper-body injury

Chicago Blackhawks' Drake Caggiula catches Adam Lowry with a blindside interference hit that sends the Winnipeg Jets forward to the locker room with an upper body injury.

Winnipeg Jets forward Adam Lowry was forced to leave Sunday’s game against the Chicago Blackhawks with an upper-body injury and will not return, the team announced.

Late in the first period, Lowry was on the receiving end of a hit from Blackhawks forward Drake Caggiula. Lowry was slow to get up and went to the dressing room in apparent discomfort.

Caggiula was given a minor penalty for interference on the play.

At this time, no further updates have been made available by the Jets regarding the severity of Lowry’s injury or if he will miss additional action.

In 46 games with Winnipeg this season, Lowry has four goals and six assists.

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