Linköping HC signed a long-term contract with former topscorer

Linköping HC signed a long-term contract with former topscorer

09 May 2018Daniel Milton»

Broc Little leaves HC Davos to come "home" to Linköping again where he played 2014-2017.


Earlier today Linköping HC announced that former topscorer in SHL - Broc Little has signed a four year contract. Broc that played for Linköping three seasons between 2014-2017 before he went to NLA and HC Davos is coming home again. In Linköping he stood for 179 points (89 goals and 90 assists) on 197 competions games.

"Ever since I left last year, I have known that it has been possible for me to return one day. It's a club I care about and a city I've come to love. That's why it's fun telling all LHC fans that I´m back. I´ve signed a long-term contract with Linköping and it feels like coming home." said Broc Little to LHC offical website today.

Broc Little will give Linköping HC a new dimension in their game and together with Andrew Gordon (also signed a new 3-year contract a few days ago) and Derek Roy they will be a feared topline in SHL.

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