Yes, we can expect natural variability to continue such that (like 2013 in the Pacific sector) there are some cooler seasons with somewhat greater ice extents. After all, 2013 rebounded to the sixth lowest ever. The public's focus on ice extent overlooks the fact that much of the durable & thick multiyear ice is gone, and the remaining thinner ice is now even more sensitive to anomalous winds and subsequent ice-albedo feedback. However, it is important to remember that, as far as we know, the early warming was primarily an Atlantic-Arctic phenomenon (not synchronous Arctic-wide) and not accompanied by anything like the present ice loss and spectacular retreats like 2007 and 2012.
I am just wrapping up a synthesis paper on the last 10 years in the Pacific sector - it would be easy to post my top 10 list of good (and readable) science papers referenced therein if desired.