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Schultz Record Tying Night Downs Reading

On a rainy night in Trenton, the only thing raining the arena were Titans goals as Trenton shutout Reading 6-0. Stephen Schultz had a fantastic effort, tying an ECHL record with four power play goals and Scott Wedgewood posted his first professional shutout with 29 saves in the win.

Pictured: Titans players during warmups prior to Saturday's game against Reading, photo by Matt Bernot

Titans Lose In Shootout

The Trenton Titans dropped another game to Elmira 5-4 in a shootout Friday night.

Trenton had some early chances to score as Kevin Harvey of Elmira took two charging minors early in the first period, but nothing came of it for Trenton.

Photo: Eric Baier skates behind the Titans net. Photo by Matt Bernot

Jackals Beat Titans

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.

Titans Fall to Gwinnett

On a cold Wednesday night in Trenton, the Gladiators defeated the Titans 3-2.

Late in the first, Scott Arnold put the Titans down 1-0 as he scored on a rebound during a defensive breakdown in front of Scott Wedgewood.

The first period for the most part had nothing else of interest. The Titans would squander a late power play. Gwinnett outshot the Titans 14-6 in the first period.

Niko Hovinen Denies Rumors

Niko Hovinen spoke on the rumors he was heading to Finland after the Trenton Titans shootout loss.

“I know what you’re going to ask me,” he said as he stepped into the press room.

With the report swirling that he was leaving for Finland, and the fact that Eric Swanick was signed to backup Scott Wedgewood for a night, the rumors appeared to be true.

(Pictured: Niko Hovinen in warmups from early in the season, photo by Matt Bernot)

Cyclones Smoke Titans in Shootout

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.

Cyclones Storm Over Trenton

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.

Titans Fall to Stingrays

For the second night in a row the South Carolina Stingrays dropped the Trenton Titans 3-1.

For former Titan and current Stingray, Ryan Hayes, this meant playing against his old teammates for the first time.

Former Titan Hayes Stings Trenton

A rain soaked day outside wasn’t much happier inside as the South Carolina Stingrays stung the Trenton Titans with a 3-1 victory at Sun National Bank Center.

(Pictured: Kory Nagy retrieves a puck to the side of goalie Niko Hovinen.)

Royals Have Late Comeback To Beat Titans

Saturday night in Trenton, the Titans and Reading Royals finished off their three game set as the Royals beat the Titans 3-2.

Stephen Schultz opened the scoring early for Trenton with two goals in the first in the first three minutes. Both of his goals were assisted by Kelly Zajac and Jacob Cepis.

Schultz gave luck credit for his goals.

“Right place, right time,” he said.