The Trenton Titans dropped an afternoon showdown in Trenton 4-1 to the Elmira Jackals.
The game started off violently with a pair of fights two seconds apart. First Kevin Harvey and Alex Carrier dropped the gloves in a draw. Then, Alex Beauregard and Doug Clarkson dropped the gloves and Clarkson landed several solid punches to win the fight.
On a fluky day where the start of the game was delayed for almost an hour due to a strobe light malfunction that sent the Trenton Fire Department to the Sun National Bank Center, the Trenton Titans pulled out a point in a 4-3 shootout loss against the Cincinnati Cyclones.
In what has become a team of streaks, the Titans ended a two game winning streak and replaced it with what they hope will not be a multi-game losing streak as they dropped a 4-0 decision to the Cincinnati Cyclones.
The Cyclones started the scoring early as Garrett Wilson scored a goal on a rebound in front of Titans goalie Scott Wedgewood while Flyers prospect Tyler Hostetter sat in the box for slashing.
In the first game off the Christmas Break, the Trenton Titans hosted the Reading Royals. The Titans snapped a five game losing streak against the Royals and won their fifth straight game overall with a 2-1 overtime victory.
The first period was fairly bland in terms of scoring but was a chippy fight fest. First David Marshall of Reading and Jacob Cepis of Trenton dropped the gloves after Cepis hit a Royal with a clean body check. Marshall received an extra minor penalty for roughing.
The Trenton Titans swept a road trip in Indiana this weekend defeating the Evansville IceMen 6-3 and the Fort Wayne Komets 5-2. The wins improved the Titans record to 13-11-2-2 giving the Titans sole possession of second place in the Atlantic Division at the Christmas break.