The New Jersey Titans are pleased to announce that Cam Gendron has signed a tender agreement with the team for the 2018-19 season.
Gendron is a 19-year-old forward from Wilmington, Mass. and spent the 2017-18 season with Winchendon School of the USHS and the Eastern Mass. Senators of the MHSL U18. In 28 games with Winchendon, Gendron recorded 50 points (19 goals, 31 assists) and notched four points (two goals, two assists) in eight games with the Senators.
“Signing with the Titans was a huge achievement for me. It’s a sigh of relief for my parents and I knowing that I am in such a good spot for next season,” Gendron said of his tender agreement. “The Titans having such a high-end coaching staff and a classy organization, it is something I look forward to being a part of.”
Titans head coach Craig Doremus also spoke about signing Gendron and what it means to add another strong forward to the organization.
“We are thrilled to add a player of Cam’s quality this close to the draft. Cam is going to be part of an exciting group of forwards next season,” Doremus said. “His size, scoring ability and tenacity were something that stood out to our staff both during his time at the Winchendon School and with the Eastern Mass Senators. We can’t wait for him to join the rest of the players later at main camp in July.”
The 19-year-old forward added that the NAHL is a perfect fit for him based on his style of play. Measuring at 6-3 and 175 lbs., Gendron said he enjoys playing the body and using his size to get pucks to the net. When talking specifically about the Titans, he offered his reasons as to why he chose to play in the Garden State.
“I chose the Titans for a couple reasons; one is the interest they showed in me. Craig was always asking me how I am doing and he made sure I knew that his team had a high priority in having me for next season,” Gendron said. “The team’s location in New Jersey also helps considering it’s a close distance from home, meaning my family can come watch me whenever they are available.”
The Titans would like to congratulate Cameron and his family on his decision to become a part of the organization.