Summer is an exciting time for hockey players. Not only is the weather warmer, but it also means that training camp is around the corner. Soon, those players will know where they are going to play next season, and the same holds true for the players attending the New Jersey Titans Main Camp next week.
Showcasing the strength of the organization, all eleven players who aged out of junior hockey will play collegiate hockey or professionally in their respective countries. The nine Americans will be playing in the NCAA, while Owen Luik will skate for the University of Toronto in U Sports (Canada), and Levente Keresztes has signed with Budapest Jégkorong Akadémia HC in Hungary. Subsequently, their departures represent an opportunity for the over 200 players competing at next week’s camp.
Camp will begin early on Monday, July 24th, with players being split into teams. The returning players from last season will be pushed by a chorus of skaters who have signed tenders, been drafted, and free agents at the NAHL Draft. It will be a long day, with each team playing twice. With the coaching and scouting staff looking on, each team will be led by former collegiate and professional players who have come through the Titans’ program throughout the years. Teams will continue to play against each other on Tuesday and Wednesday, culminating in the Red vs White All-Star Game on Thursday at 12:00pm. Admission to the All-Star Game is open to the public with free admission.
The New Jersey Titans, proud members of the North American Hockey League, are entering their ninth season at the Middletown Sports Complex in Middletown, NJ. The 2022 Robertson Cup National Champions, the Titans have made the playoffs in every season of their existence. Season ticket packages will be available soon, in time for the 2023-24 season home opener versus Rochester on September 29th. Follow the New Jersey Titans on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and TikTok today!