VIDEO: Bryan Little Receives All-Star Care at HSC, St. Boniface

When he was hit in the head by a slapshot in November, 2019, Winnipeg Jets forward Bryan Little required “attention immediately” from the health care teams at St. Boniface Hospital and Health Sciences Centre Winnipeg.

“It was kind of a complicated injury,” says Little, who suffered a perforated ear drum and a brain bleed from the incident, in a game against the New Jersey Devils in the Manitoba capital. “The care from top-to-bottom was unbelievable.”

“(I) went to St. Boniface. They patched up my ear, gave me stitches. And then I went right to HSC.”

“From how much pain I was in, I knew it wasn’t going to be good,” he shared with HSC Foundation. “I needed to see multiple doctors for my ear and a neurologist for my brain and head. They did a great job of informing me of what was going on, so what I could understand what was going on. And they were really truthful about what was going on. So, I couldn’t have asked for better care.

“What stood out was the care from the nurses, as well. Just how friendly they were, and they made me feel comfortable there.”

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