By: Nevin Shatzer and Alfonse Dello Russo
After a hard fought season, Glenelg Ice Hockey ended their season 5-5-1.
The team had its fair share of ups and downs this season. Through all of the wins and losses this season, players grasped a better understanding of how to play with each other more effectively, according to the team’s head coach.
Michael Nagle, one of team’s captains, expressed that “Everyone was pretty disappointed with how our season ended, but I think we have lots of potential and a good chance to be dominant next year.”
Although the players did not get the desired outcome they were looking for in the playoffs, the team still had many highlights, including captain Issa Mansour’s team-leading 10 goals.
“After losing some of our top players from last year’s team, Issa really stepped up and became a leader for the guys around him,” said Coach Nagel.
With a lot of returning players, Glenelg looks to continue to build their chemistry and get back to where they were in past seasons.
“I’m looking forward to next season,” said junior Dylan Hubbard. “Being a rising senior puts a lot of responsibility on me to step up and get the team back on track.”