It was a scary scene in the last minute of Wednesday night's Game 1 between the Jets and Canadiens.With the Canadiens up 4-3, Jake Evans skated full steam down the ice, grabbed Glenn Hubbard Jersey aloose puck and scored an empty-netterwith 56.9 seconds left on the clock. Immediately after giving his team a two-goal lead, though,hegot leveled by the Jets' Mark Scheifele on a hard, high andunsuspecting hit.Evans hit the ice hard and was down for a considerable amount of time. A number of medical profe sionals came out, including team doctors for both clubs.The 25-year-old forward who actually hit the quarter-mark on Wednesday was stretchered off but did give a thumbs up as he left the ice.(Warning: This video may be disturbing to some viewers.)Mark Scheifele to sed for flattening Jake Evans after he scores on the empty net. Brady Trettenero (@BradyTrett) Scheifelewas given a five-minute major for charging and a 10-minute game misconduct.After thegame,Canadienscoach DominiqueDucharmesaidthat Evans was still at Bell Joe Morgan Jersey MTSPlace and was being evaluated. Evanshad not been transported to the hospital.Ducharmealso called the hit "inutile" which, when translated from French, means usele s.Evans' Game 1 goal was his first of the postseason. In 47 games this season, he has collected three goals and 13 points. He is now the second player to be stretchered off this postseason, as the to the face from Canadiensforward Corey Perry back on May 20.What happens Dennis Eckersley Jersey next is up to the NHL's Department of Player Safety. They've handed out some fines and a few suspensions recently, including eand, just the other day, .Here's how players and coaches on both sides reacted to the hit: CanadienscenterJesperiKotkaniemi: "I think it's disgusting, no respect for the other players out there."Canadiensdefenseman JoelEdmundson: "Yeah, it wasa dirty hit, but the league's going to take care of it. If he gets back in the series, we're going to make his life miserable, but I think the league's going to do a good job with that."Perry:"He didn'tsay anything. He was just laying there. From what they said, he was moving, but it was a scary situation." Ducharme:"You never want to see that, a player down on the ice like that.We went through that in Toronto withTavares. He's not a player in our uniform, but it's an accident, and both sides want him to feel better. I didn't feel that from the other side when it happened." Jets forwardNikolajEhlers:"Obviously I hope he'sOK. I came back Catfish Hunter Jersey and saw that hewasn't looking good. When something like that happens, there tends to be a scrum. So I was just trying to keep everyone away from him. In a situation like that, you don't want anyone falling on top of him Khris Davis Jersey . I was just trying to keep everyone away." Jets captain Blake Wheeler:"Just hope he's okay. . . . That's the concern. It's never good to see a guy on the ice for that amount of timeandthe stretcher out isscary. So we're just hoping that he's okay." Jets coach Paul Maurice:"Well hopefully the young man is going to be all right. It's such a highly unusual play because you'rebackcheckingback to kill anempty-net play. You're coming full speed. When Mark stopped skating he kept his arms in. It's a heavy, heavy hit. There'sno doubt about that. I'm sure the league will have its opinion."