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The Rockland National Season!!!

The Rockland Nationals of Clarence-Rockland, a junior ice hockey team, had an exciting season this year. The team, which competes in the Central Canada Hockey League, had a strong showing with a record of 28-21-4, earning a total of 60 points and securing a playoff spot.

The Nationals, led by head coach and general manager Martin Dagenais, had a balanced roster with several players standing out. Forward Zachary Gravel, who had 29 goals and 44 assists, was a key contributor to the team’s success. The team’s captain, defenseman Olivier Chalifour, was also a standout player, leading by example on and off the ice.

The team faced some challenges throughout the season, including injuries and tough opponents, but they remained resilient and worked hard to secure their playoff spot. In the playoffs, the Nationals faced the Carleton Place Canadians in the first round, ultimately falling to them in a hard-fought series.

Despite the disappointment of an early exit from the playoffs, the Nationals can be proud of their season and the progress they made throughout the year. With a strong core of players returning next season, the team will undoubtedly look to build on their success and make a deeper playoff run.