This was a good season on all fronts. It was more than that, actually.
It was a championship season.
The Central Indiana Knights not only improved as a program in 2021-2022, they did so against a strong schedule – and improved as the season continued. They finished the season in fitting fashion: A state title.
“It was a pretty cool experience, actually,” Knights Head Coach Rob Pozzebon said.
The Knights – the Class 2A runner-up in 2020-2021 and team made up of students from Central Indiana high schools such Cathedral, ...
So far, so good for the Central Indiana Knights in 2022.
As Rob Pozzebon sees it, what began with some major strides in 2020-2021 – his first season as the Knights’ head coach – has continued into the ’21-’22 season.
The program continues to improve. The players continue to buy in. And a solid finish to the season – and solid postseason – is a real possibility.
“We’re a little ahead of what we were last year,” Pozzebon said.
The Knights, a Central Indiana high school hockey program m...
Things are good and getting better by the week.
That’s how Rob Pozzebon described the 2021 Central Indiana Knights’ season through early February – and that’s an encouraging description.
“They’re a better team today than they were when we put them together in September,” Pozzebon said.
The Knights, a high school hockey team made up of players from Cathedral, Guerin, Noblesville and Park Tudor, annually contend for state titles. They have been in something of a transition in recent seasons, with Pozzebon ...