Maps from Cryosphere Today at the University of Illinois show that there is a lot more ice in the Arctic than there was on the same date in 2006.
The animation below flashes between March 18, 2006 and 2015. They changed the eye-altitude since 2006, but I aligned the land boundaries as closely as possible. There is a lot more ice around Svalbard this year, as well as Baffin Bay and Eastern Canada. The only ares with less ice than 2006 are the Bering Sea and a small area between Greenland and Iceland
But if we look at reported ice area from Cryosphere today, they show less ice than 2006.
It is hard to win a debate with people who simply change the score any time they are losing.