With a new contract signed, Andrew Copp's focus now shifts to preparing for the 2019-20 campaign with the Winnipeg Jets.
The 25-year-old is coming off a 2018-19 campaign that saw him hit double-digits in goals for the first time in his career, which began with his first NHL game in April of the 2014-15 season.
Since then, the versatile forward has recorded 36 goals and 84 points in 293 career games, with an additional eight points in 22 postseason games.
Five of those eight points in the Stanley Cup Playoffs came in six games against the St. Louis Blues in April.
After that series wrapped up, Copp commented on what he thought the team will carry with them into the off season.
"Over the course of the summer each guy does some reflection and we can get a little change in mindset going into next year," he said. "We still haven't done anything, we have to continue to prove ourselves and be ready to take that next step…. I think it's more just continue to work on our games individually and how that translates to the team game."
Here are more numbers from Copp's 2018-19 season:
+20 - Posted a team best +20 rating.
11 - Set a career-high with 11 goals.
55.3 - Copp won a career-high 55.3 per cent of his face-offs.
2 - Notched a pair of game-winning goals (Jan 8 vs COL and Feb. 12 vs NYR).
60 - Produced 60 per cent of his points on the road, where he had 15 points in 35 games.
12 - The third period was Copp's best, with 12 of his 25 points coming in the game's final 20 minutes.
5 - The most shots on goal Copp has had in a single game, most recently Dec. 31, 2018 against Edmonton.
9 - Copp has nine two-point games in his career, the most recent one came Mar. 8 against Carolina.
13.4 - Copp enjoyed a career high shooting percentage in 2018-19, besting his old mark of 13 per cent set in 2015-16.