The season promised so much but delivered so little. If there was a season to mostly forget in the new era, then this was possibly it.
The standout player by statistics on the goal front was Mike Hammond with 75 points in total inc 57 assists. Those 57 points put Mike as the number one player for assists in the EIHL in the 2018/19 season.
Storm players also made the top spots in the PIMs table too. Linden Springer found himself in 3rd place of the EIHL penalty minute table with 173 minutes, with Dane Byers in the “coveted” top place with receiving 182 minutes.
The tougher on ice stance, and no goal scorer in the EIHL top five, saw the Storm find it tough to get the wins and the points. In the end, a season tally of 59 points meant that the team didn’t retain the Patton division championship and didn’t progress to the end of season playoffs.
Attendance wise, the average gate fell slightly to 1437, slightly down on the season before, but up on two seasons ago.
The close season saw troubling news for the EIHL as Milton Keynes pulled out of the league leaving just 10 teams to compete in the 2019/20 season.