Saturday night in Trenton, the Titans looked to win back to back to games for the first time since the beginning of the season. Instead they came away with one point as they fell in overtime to the Elmira Jackals.
Less than two minutes into the game, the Titans fell behind as Artem Demkov beat Scott Wedgewood with assists being given to Dustin Gazley and Justin DaCosta.
Back to back games have been a consistent problem for the Titans this season and Sunday afternoon was no different as the Trenton Titans (8-10-0-1) dropped a 6-2 decision to the Elmira Jackals (10-8-1-1).
The Titans dug themselves into a 3-0 hole at the end of one period due to penalty trouble.
Another Tampa Bay Lightning player has signed a lockout contract with an ECHL team. Forward BJ Crombeen will play for the Orlando Solar Bears, presumably making his debut on Saturday night at the Amway Center in Orlando. Crombeen has practiced with the Minnesota Wild affiliate.
Crombeen is a member of the NHLPA negotiating committee. (Photograph/Linda Hamilton)
The veteran right wing joins Bolts forward Nate Thompson as the second player to sign with an ECHL team. Thompson is playing with the Alaska Aces.
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Saturday night in Trenton proved to be the opposite of Friday as the Titans hosted the Toledo Walleye in a rematch from 24 hours earlier. The Titans played the entire game listlessly and fell by a final score of 5-1.
The Trenton Titans improved to 5-1-0-0 on the season Friday night as they downed the Toledo Walleye 4-1 in Trenton.
As has been the recent story for the Titans, timely goaltending and strong starts paced the win.