The New Jersey Titans in conjunction with the North American Hockey League are proud and excited to announce the release of our 2023-2024 Regular Season Schedule. Set to run from the beginning of September and run through the middle of April, the full schedule will consist of 60 games. Fifty-six of the sixty games will consist of in-division play exclusively against all other East Division opponents.
One of the highlights of the year coming in mid-September with the league wide NAHL Showcase, hosted in Blaine, MN from September 13-16. The Blaine Showcase brings the whole league together under one roof, all while bringing in most if not all College and Professional scouts throughout the NHL, NCAA D1 and NCAA D3 levels. Those 4 specific games will be announced later this summer.
While looking at the rest of the Titans schedule, fans can get excited as the team will open regular season play on September 8 and 9 when they travel to the Danbury Jr. Hat Tricks for a two-game set before they travel to Blaine for the showcase, both of which will be 7pm puck drops at the Danbury Ice Arena.
The Titans home opening weekend will be a special one as it will highlight one of the two new teams in the Eastern Division. New Jersey makes their first home appearance the weekend of September 29 and 30, when they host the Rochester Jr. Americans. Puck drop for the first home game of the season will take place at 7:30pm, while puck drop on night two will take place at the traditional 7pm start time. New Jersey will then visit the Americans for the first and only time of the regular season the weekend of October 20 and 21 at the Rochester Ice Center.
A few more highlights of the schedule include the Titans second home weekend of the year when they welcome in the reigning East Division Champion, Maryland Black Bears to the Middletown Sports Complex. This weekend will take place on October 6 and 7, at 7:30pm and 7pm respectively. Another opportunity for fans to see the other new team, the New Hampshire Mountain Kings will take place on December 15 and 16 at Middletown Sports Complex, before the Titans travel to New Hampshire for the weekend of February 2 and 3 for two 7:30pm puck drops.
New Jersey fans can also look forward to some weekday hockey this year as the Titans will host either Danbury or Philadelphia a total of 5 times during the week at home this year. On top of the 5 home weekday games the Titans will also travel to Philadelphia for 3 road weekday games this year.
The Titans road schedule and home schedule ironically will end with the same opponent as the Titans visit the Maine Nordiques to conclude the road portion of the schedule the weekend of March 8 and 9 at The Colisee in Lewiston, ME. New Jersey concludes the year with 8 straight home games from March 15 – April 6, featuring opponents such as the Northeast Generals, Johnstown Tomahawks, Philadelphia Rebels, while concluding the weekend of April 5 and 6 with the Maine Nordiques at the Middletown Sports Complex.
Be sure to be on the lookout for the New Jersey Titans Promotional schedule that will be coming out shortly!