Jets’ Little suffered perforated eardrum, vertigo from slap shot to head
- Winnipeg Jets forward Bryan Little suffered a perforated eardrum and is dealing with vertigo after taking a slap shot to the head during Tuesday’s game versus the New Jersey Devils, head coach Paul Maurice announced.
- Little is expected to make a full recovery, but a timeline is unknown to this point, Maurice added.
- The Winnipeg Jets forward received “25-30 stitches” after he took an errant Nik Ehlers blast right off the side of the head in a scary incident that saw him leave the ice in agony
- The Jets said on Wednesday that Little was taken to St. Boniface hospital before being transferred to HSC hospital, where he remains at the time of this writing.
- Little will need to clear concussion protocol before he can tag back into the Jets’ lineup.
- It’s been a terrible and slightly scary last couple months for Little, who just recently returned to action after missing nine games with a concussion.
Sources & Credits: The Score, Mitchell Clinton
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