Bryan Little

    Center|Winnipeg Jets|6'0" 191 LBS. C|WPG|6'0" 191 LBS.
    Bryan Little
    Bryan Little
    C|WPG|6'0" 191 LBS.
    Bryan Little
    Stick Hand Right
    Age 29 (11/12/1987)
    From Edmonton, AB
    Drafted 2006 - Rd 1, 12th by ATL
    Salary $5,000,000
    2016-17 Season Career
    Rotowire: Apr 6 / 9:06p ET
    News: Little scored a goal and dished out a trio of assists -- two of them on the power play -- in Thursday's 5-4 road win over the Blue Jackets.
    Impact: After skidding into the end of March with six consecutive zeroes on the scoresheet and a minus-9 rating, Little's done a 180 in April, opening the month with three straight multi-point games. He's totaled a goal and seven assists in that span, and yet Little -- who's averaging well over 17 minutes of ice time per game -- hasn't played more than 15:26 in any of those three contests. Perhaps dialing back his role a bit has helped, but the real thing that would help Little from a fantasy perspective is avoiding injury. When he's in the lineup, he generally produces highly helpful statistics.
    Rotowire: Apr 5 / 9:19a ET
    News: Little assisted on a pair of Patrik Laine goals in Tuesday's 5-2 victory over St. Louis.
    Impact: Little has now registered back-to-back two-assist games. With just two contests remaining, it's all but certain that he'll fail to reach the 50-point mark for the second straight season -- both times thanks in large part to injury. While his production falls short of elite, the 29-year-old remains a highly relevant point producer in nearly all formats when healthy, especially if he continues to line up alongside Laine next season.
    StatsLLC: Apr 2 / 12:00a ET
    News: Little had two assists Saturday.
    Impact: This snapped a six-game point stretch.
    Rotowire: Apr 1 / 11:58p ET
    News: Little snapped a six-game pointless drought Saturday, racking up a pair of assists in a win over the Senators.
    Impact: Little had gone quiet of late, but he got back on track Saturday, posting his ninth consecutive 20-plus assist season. The 29-year-old is skating on a line with Patrik Laine and could be worth inserting into your lineup during this final stretch. The Jets may be out of playoff contention, but Little is a solid sniper who will look to build on this slump-busting performance and finish the season on a high note.
    Rotowire: Mar 16 / 8:25p ET
    News: Little scored a pair of goals -- one on the power play -- in Thursday's win over the Islanders.
    Impact: His second straight multi-point effort, this performance also gave Little his fifth 20-goal season. The 29-year-old lost a big chunk of his season to injury, so this will be his third consecutive campaign of 70 or fewer games; in fact, he won't even reach 60, as he's played 48 and the Jets have only 11 contests left. That said, when he's been on the ice, Little's certainly been a credible point producer.


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