The Thrashers have re-signed Bryan Little to a three-year contract extension. According to capgeek.com, Little is set for a pay raise, with a cap hit if $2,833,333. This is up from his previous hit, which was only $900,000.
Little scored 13 goals and 21 assists last season, which saw his ice time on the power play decrease. The previous year, Little was part of a line with Slava Kozlov and Todd White. This line was the top line on the second power play pairing and was responsible for creating career years for all three. Unfortunately that was not replicated last season, as Little’s goal totals fell from his career high 31.