The Armada's end-of-season review highlighted individual progression, team identity, and unexpected player departures, with a focus on internal player development and the need for improved consistency in collective play for the upcoming season.

By the Numbers
  • 19 of Eliot Ogonowski's 23 points came after the holiday break.
  • Olivier Lemieux collected 15 of his 16 points in the latter half of the season.
  • Xavier Villeneuve was named the league's top rookie defenseman.
  • Justin Carbonneau reached the 30-goal mark for the season.
Yes, But

The team identified the need for improved consistency in collective play as a critical area for enhancement in the next season.

State of Play
  • The team management expressed confidence in the current roster's potential for future success.
  • Progression and maturity are evident in the team's performance each season.
What's Next

Focus on internal player development, addressing the need for enhanced consistency in collective play, and preparations for upcoming drafts, particularly in acquiring a new goalie and monitoring the progress of Samuel Kupec.

Bottom Line

The Armada's leadership is optimistic about the team's future, emphasizing the importance of player development, consistency, and strategic recruitment for continued success.