A former first round pick is dealing with his second major injury in as many seasons.
According to comments made by Winnipeg Jets head coach Paul Maurice today the team will be without the services of forward Bryan Little until what sounds like at least the end of the month of November.
“We’re two weeks out today, and we’re shooting for the end of November,” said Maurice as per NBC Sports.
Little plays a major role in the Jets line up as the center for one of Winnipeg's top lines, and this lengthy of an absence will only be made more troublesome by the absence of defenseman Jacob Trouba following his trade demands.
There have been no rumors to suggest the Jets will look to add a replacement to the line up, and we expect they will merely attempt to wait this one out.