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
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.