The 2nd year Lac-St-Louis Revolution are a testament to that sometimes change is not a bad thing.

After relocating the team from St. Lazare over the summer, followed by a coachign change after a rough start - the Revs have ramped up their efforts in playing catch up hockey, coming coser to hitting the .500 mark.  Currently sitting at 8-11 through 19 games.

As well, the Revs have added some new bodies who have had an immediate impact to the roster.  Forward Jacob Smith has been an effective offensive presence, as the Alaska native has 12 points through 14 games.  Adding to this is defender Sean Detloff - a Michigan resident - who has carved out 8 points in his first 10 games.

This duo has accented the strong play of veteran assistant captain Jake Klein (Minnesota) who has upped the offensive side of his game, with 12 points in 18 games early in the season - in addition to his strong defensive game.  Between the pipes, newcomer Eric Jackson (Ontario) should provide some stability and consistency for the Revolution.  A junior hockey veteran, the former NOJHL netminder is a strong competitor with a good technical foundation.