So far my VHL career has been a slow and steady climb, mirroring the progression of the New York Americans.
S63 was a learning experience, where we found our way blindly throughout most of the season. There were a lot of hard lessons, but learnt a lot of humility after our past successes
Season 2 in S64 we took a small step ahead, improving all over the ice. We still weren't much of a threat to anyone, but weren't rolling over for any games anymore.
The offseason saw many big moves made to try to compete for a playoff spot. I also worked very hard to improve and keep pace with all the new talent that was brought in.
And this brings us to just being over halfway through S65. The Americans are in the playoff hunt and are hungry to make the second season. No one is really blowing anyone away, but its been a quiet and efficient season so far. My own season hasn't been great, offensively I've taken a step back, but I continue to do the little things to help us win.
I'm working hard to keep getting better to get us over the hump and hopefully regain my scoring touch.