Edmonton Oilers forward Klim Kostin had to be helped off the ice after he fell awkwardly into the boards at the end of a 2-1 loss against the Winnipeg Jets on Saturday.

After the game, Oilers coach Jay Woodcroft said he had no further update on Kostin.

The winger was racing to retrieve a loose puck in the offensive zone when he got tangled up with Winnipeg’s David Gustafsson.

Kostin immediately grabbed his knee as Jets defenceman Dylan DeMelo motioned to the Oilers bench for assistance.

Kostin scored Edmonton’s lone goal in the loss.

The Russian has five goals and four assists in 22 games this season.