The Jets forward avoided major injury following his Game 1 collision with Matthew Tkachuk.
Mason Appleton made the Winnipeg Jets two seasons ago after a solid rookie season in the AHL. While he has not had a break out season in the NHL like one would hope for, he has been able to carve out a niche for himself as a skilled player who is not playing on a traditional skilled line. Outside of picking up an injury in the playoff play-in, he has been solid for the Jets since he has joined the team.
TV: NBCSN, CBC, TVAS, SN - Radio: Sportsnet 960 The playoffs begin in earnest for the Flames and Stars this afternoon as they hit the ice for Round 1 of the 2020 Stanley Cup Playoffs. Each team took a different route to get here with the Flames having to play an actual series against Winnipeg to get their seeding, whereas the Stars played three games in the Round Robin to find out their fate. Calgary, Game 2 not withstanding, handled the Winnipeg Jets fairly easily.