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Jets' Dillon day-to-day after being cut on hand

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Winnipeg Jets defenseman Brenden Dillon is considered day-to-day after being cut at the end of Friday's loss against the Colorado Avalanche.

"We know the gash was there, but our doctors did a fantastic job of stitching him up, and there's no damage, and that's the most important thing," head coach Rick Bowness said Saturday, according to The Athletic's Murat Ates.

Dillon was bleeding from his hand as he hurried toward the locker room.

Defenseman Josh Morrissey called it a "scary situation," according to Winnipeg Free Press' Mike McIntyre after Friday's game.

Dillon, 33, scored eight goals and 20 points in 77 games during the regular season. He has three assists through three games against the Avalanche.

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