Bryan Little

#18 C / Winnipeg Jets / EXP: 13YRS Height: 6-0 Weight: 191 lb Age: 33 College: None

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    Jets' Bryan Little: Next season in jeopardy

    Bryan Little (head) was advised by doctors not to play in the upcoming 2020-21 NHL season, Ken Wiebe of Sportsnet reports.Little took a puck to the head last November and the 32-year-old hasn't suited up since. He'll likely be shifted to the long-term injured reserve until he's able to play again, which might be at least another calendar year away.

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    Jets' Bryan Little: Still working on recovery

    Bryan Little (ear) told reporters he will need more time to fully recover, raising doubts regarding his availability for the start of the 2020-21 campaign, Scott Billeck of the Winnipeg Sun reports.Little has been out of action since Nov. 5 versus New Jersey when he took a puck to the ear. If the Edmonton native is unable to suit up next year, the Winnipeg Jets could look to add some center depth during the offseason. How the club opts to address the position could also depend on whether it re-signs Cody Eakin.

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    Jets' Bryan Little: Left off training camp roster

    Bryan Little (ear) has been left off the Winnipeg Jets' training camp roster.Little has seen very limited action this season while battling a concussion and an ear injury, and he'll be left off the Phase 3 Training Camp Roster ahead of the season restart. Little had two goals and three assists over seven games during the 2019-20 season.

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    Jets' Bryan Little: Status uncertain

    Bryan Little (ear) remains status quo for the postseason as the team awaits more test results, Scott Billeck of the Winnipeg Sun reports.After missing the start of the season with a concussion, Little played in just seven games before he took a puck to the side of the head, which has sidelined him since early November. The Edmonton native was expected to miss the remainder of the 2019-20 campaign, but with the league going on hiatus, he could still be cleared in time for the Winnipeg Jets' play-in clash with Calgary.

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    Jets' Bryan Little: Campaign finished

    Coach Paul Maurice said Saturday that Bryan Little (ear) will be shut down for the remainder of the season, Ken Wiebe of The Athletic reports.Little had only suited up in seven games this season while nursing the eardrum problem. Maurice confirmed that Little will undergo a surgical procedure to repair his perforated eardrum and is facing a three-month recovery period. Little finishes the season with five points in seven games and will look to get healthy for the 2020-21 season.

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    Jets' Bryan Little: Still weeks away

    Bryan Little (ear) will continue to undergo testing over the next few weeks, Mitchell Clinton of Winnipeg JetsTV reports.Little has been cleared to participate in practice, albeit in a non-contact capacity, but his return to game action clearly isn't imminent. The 32-year-old pivot notched five points in seven games before being knocked out indefinitely with a perforated ear drum in early November.

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    Jets' Bryan Little: Sports no-contact sweater

    Bryan Little (ear) wore a no-contact jersey during Monday's practice, Ken Wiebe of The Athletic reports.Little has been skating for over a week, and he's taken his next step by returning to practice, albeit in a limited capacity. The 32-year-old hasn't played since Nov. 5, and he still resides on injured reserve. It wouldn't be surprising if he returns before the All-Star break, though.

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    Jets' Bryan Little: Remains out indefinitely

    Bryan Little (ear) has begun skating but remains without a timeline to return, Ken Wiebe of The Athletic reports.Little is not expected to join the Winnipeg Jets' for their upcoming four-game road trip, so it will be at least mid-January before he gets back into the lineup. Once the Edmonton native is ready to return, he could slot back into his usual second-line center spot, though coach Paul Maurice may be hesitant to move Blake Wheeler from his new position.

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    Jets' Bryan Little: Still no return in sight

    Coach Paul Maurice believes Bryan Little (ear) will be sidelined for longer than 2-3 more weeks, Ken Wiebe of The Athletic reports.Little is still recovering from the perforated ear drum he sustained in early November, and at this point it's looking like he may not be ready to return until the calendar flips to 2020. Additional updates on the veteran forward should surface as his condition improves, but for now, he should be considered out indefinitely.

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    Jets' Bryan Little: Sustains perforated ear drum

    Bryan Little is suffering from vertigo as a result of a perforated ear drum, Mitchell Clinton of Winnipeg JetsTV reports.While Little is expected to fully recover, the organization hasn't been able to provide a specific timeline for his recovery. The Edmonton native will, at minimum, be out through the next three outings after being placed on injured reserve. In order to fill out the second line in Little's absence, coach Paul Maurice is planning to move Blake Wheeler to center while Patrik Laine takes his spot on the top line with Mark Scheifele.

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