Little scored a shorthanded goal in Saturday's 3-2 Game 6 loss to the Blues.
The Jets' forward scored with 38 seconds remaining in regulation to cut St. Louis' lead to a single goal, but that would be as close as Little and the Jets would get in what was an elimination game for the visitors. The 31-year-old finishes the playoffs with a goal and two assists in six games.
Little registered an assist and three hits in Sunday's 6-3 win over the Blues in Game 3.
After ending the regular season on a 13-game pointless skid, Little has two helpers in his last three outings. He had 41 points in 82 games this year, his eighth straight non-lockout season at 40-plus points, but his 62 hits would indicate that physicality isn't something to expect with the 31-year-old forward.
Little notched an assist in Wednesday's Game 1 matchup with St. Louis.
Little shook off a 13-game pointless streak, but he still hasn't found the back of the net since March 12 versus San Jose. Considering the Edmonton native has put a meager four shots on goal in his previous six outings, it shouldn't come as a surprise that he's been unable to get one past the keeper. If he continues to have Patrik Laine on his right wing, Little should get some opportunities to find open ice and get out of his drought.
Little provided a helper in an 8-1 win over the Hurricanes on Friday.
Little had the secondary assist on defenseman Ben Chiarot's first-period goal. The helper snapped Little's five-game point drought. He's seen his role reduced with the addition of Kevin Hayes. Little is up to 40 points in 67 games, the eighth straight season he's reached that mark, excluding the lockout-shortened 2012-13 campaign. However, as the veteran forward occupies a third-line spot, his scoring is likely to be inconsistent over the remainder of the season.
Little saw a drastic drop in minutes against Minnesota on Tuesday (a near season-low 12:51), as his spot on the second line transitions to trade-acquisition Kevin Hayes.
As soon as Hayes was brought in from the Rangers, it spelled bad news for Little, who had been playing with the likes of Patrik Laine. Without a world-class sniper on his wing, the Edmonton native could struggle to produce, though he needs just one more point to register a sixth straight 40-plus point campaign.
Little's participating in Tuesday's warmup, suggesting he'll take the ice against the Sharks, Mitchell Clinton of the Jets' official site reports.
Little missed the game-day skate Tuesday, but whatever kept him out of that won't force him to miss any game action. He's built up some nice momentum with five points in the past four games, and Winnipeg's second-line center will have an opportunity to keep rolling in this home contest.
Little missed Tuesday's game-day skate due to an undisclosed issue and is considered a game-time decision versus San Jose, Brian Munz of TSN 1290 Winnipeg reports.
Little has been tearing it up of late, as he notched five points in his previous four outings, including a pair of power-play assists. If the Edmonton native is unable to suit up, Adam Lowry could slot into his spot on the second line, while Nicolas Petan could return to the lineup for the first time since Dec. 22.
Little scored two goals and added one assist in Winnipeg's 9-3 win over the Ducks on Saturday.
Little has come alive offensively over the last four weeks. He has 14 points (six goals, eight assists) in 12 games and has suddenly become relevant again. Prior to that point, Little had 20 points in 40 games. Check your wire. At this rate, he can help.
Little registered an assist in Monday's 3-1 loss to the Flyers.
Little is on pace for a sixth consecutive 40-plus point campaign and could challenge for the 50 mark for the first time since 2014-15. The Edmonton native figures to continue anchoring the Jets' second line alongside elite sniper Patrik Laine.
Little scored the game-winning goal in overtime and added an assist in Sunday's 4-3 win over the Ducks.
He's now collected a point in five straight games, pushing Little's totals to 10 goals and 27 points through 45 contests. The 31-year-old has produced at least 40 points in each of the last seven full seasons, and barring an injury he should easily reach that mark again in 2018-19.
Little scored a goal and assisted on another in a 5-1 win over the Stars on Sunday.
Little snapped an 11-game goalless drought with a power-play goal late in the third period. He also bagged an assist in the second period on an even-strength marker. Prior to Sunday's performance, the 31-year-old had gone six games without a point, and since Dec. 1, had posted a total of six points in 16 games. He remains a risky fantasy play but his power-play involvement makes it tough to bench him.
Little dished out two assists -- one on the power play -- in Thursday's 5-4 overtime win over Edmonton.
This was Little's first multi-point outing since Nov. 24, and he pushed his season power-play point total to three. While he lacks the upside that some of his more high-profile teammates bring, Little's on pace to top 40 points for the eighth consecutive non-lockout-shortened campaign.
Little scored the game-tying goal in Sunday's 4-3 shootout win over the Rangers.
Little tied the game with two and a half minutes left in the third period, paving the way for Winnipeg to come away with an impressive shootout win Sunday. The important goal was only his fifth marker of the season, but the 31-year-old veteran has managed to tally 10 assists to help offset his lack of scoring. However, keep in mind it was Little's first point since Nov. 24, and he remains far from a sure thing in fantasy.
Little collected four assists in Saturday's 8-4 win over the Blues.
He and Kyle Connor got the helpers on every one of Patrik Laine's four even-strength goals on the night, although they were shut out of his power-play marker. After managing only four points (three goals, one assist) in October, Little now has one goal and 10 points through 10 games in November.
Little registered a goal and an assist in Monday's 6-3 victory over Vancouver.
Little shook off a nine-game goal drought with his tally while recording just his second multipoint outing of the year. Despite logging 2:59 of ice time with the man advantage, the center failed to secure either of his two points on the power play.
Little scored a goal and fired five shots on net in Monday's 5-4 overtime win over the Blues.
With an extra attacker on the ice, Little picked up a rebound in the Blues' crease and knocked it home to send the game to overtime. The 30-year-old pivot logged a season-high 20:33 on his way to notching his third goal of the season.
Little contributed a power-play goal and an assist in Thursday's 4-1 win over Vancouver.
Little potted the game-winning tally for the second time in three games, breaking a 1-1 tie 4:58 into the final frame with the first of three unanswered Jets goals. He added a helper on Dustin Byfuglien's even-strength marker later in the period. Little only had one point in six appearances prior to this outing, but his placement among Winnipeg's top-six group up front should allow the veteran pivot to put his slow start behind him.
Little registered the game-winning goal as the Jets stormed past the Hurricanes at home, 3-1.
With 2:09 left in the third period, the Hurricanes were slow to make a line change, only to watch Little go top shelf after he accepted a tremendous pass from defenseman Josh Morrissey. This was the first point of the season for Little, who entered the 2018-19 campaign with 200 career tallies and 475 points in all.
Little was kept off the scoresheet Thursday, dishing out one hit in a 3-0 loss to the Predators.
The 30-year-old center is still without a point through the season's first four games. The most alarming part is the lack of chances Little is getting, having registered only two shots on goal so far this year. Boasting a career shooting percentage north of 13 percent, Winnipeg needs to get Little going moving forward, as he's shown over the years the ability to produce when afforded opportunities.
Little notched a helper in Sunday's 2-1 defeat to the Golden Knights.
Little's helper may have ended an eight-game pointless streak, but he still finished the season on a 12-game goal drought. The lack of production from the Jets' third line was a significant factor to their inability to make it to the Stanley Cup Finals. The 30-year-old's productivity during the regular season was far superior, as he cracked the 40-point mark for the fifth consecutive season and eighth time overall. If Paul Stastny doesn't re-sign with Winnipeg, Little is a near lock to rejoin the second line alongside Patrik Laine and Nikolaj Ehlers, which will provide increased opportunities to rack up points during the 2018-19 campaign.
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