Watch: Brenden Dillon gushes out blood from a deep cut in his hand after late brawl in Avs vs Jets 

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Watch: Brenden Dillon gushes out blood from a deep cut in his hand after late brawl in Avs vs Jets

Winnipeg Jets defenseman Brenden Dillon sustained an apparent deep cut on his hand that was gushing blood, possibly from a skate blade, during a late brawl in Game 3 of the Jets-Avs series on Friday.

It was quite a dramatic moment following the final buzzer in Game 3 between the Winnipeg Jets and Colorado Avalanche. The chaos on the ice led to several skirmishes, and during one of these, Dillon found himself tussling with the Avs' winger Brandon Duhaime.

During the scuffle between Brenden Dillon and Duhaime, things got scary, with blood dripping on the ice as a result of their altercation.

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The linesman tried to intervene, get Dillon to disengage, and leave the ice to calm things down. The Jets defenseman was rushed off the ice with a scary hand injury and a lot of bleeding after the final buzzer.

Jets HC Rick Bowness said that following the game, the team is still evaluating Brenden Dillon's condition:

"Rick Bowness did not have an update on this post-game...said Dillon was still being examined, " Sportsnet's Elliotte Friedman wrote on X.

The Colorado Avalanche beat the Winnipeg Jets, 6-2 in Game 3 to take a 2-1 lead in the best-of-seven-game Round 1 playoffs series. Game 4 takes place on Sunday at Ball Arena in Denver.

Brenden Dillon and Jets lose to Avs in Game 3

The Colorado Avalanche put on a dominant performance to ease past the Winnipeg Jets in Game 3 at Ball Arena on Friday night.

Zach Parise scored the opening goal for the Avs 11:18 into the first period. Coming into the second period, the visitors responded with Tyler Toffoli and Josh Morrissey scoring twice to give Winnipeg a 2-1 cushion before the final period.

In the third period, the Avalanche completely shifted the momentum of the game on their side and went on to score five more to rally the Jets 6-2 in Game 3. The Avs now lead the series 2-1.

Meanwhile, Logan Stanley is likely to enter the Winnipeg Jets' lineup in place of Brenden Dillon for their Game 4 clash on Sunday.

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