Talented 2001s, 2002s, and 2003s took to the ice last weekend as the New Jersey Titans completed its Futures Camp at the Middletown Sports Complex.
Four teams sqaured off all weekend long in front of the Titans' coaching and scouting staff looking to leave their marks.
"Future prospects camp was a huge success. It was a great weekend of competitive hockey amongst a very talented group of young players. I cannot compliment the players enough on their compete level and intensity. As the weekend went on the hockey got better and better and the players battled hard. Obviously for our coaching staff and scouts alike it gives us a sneak peek into what the future holds," said Head Coach and General Manager Craig Doremus.
"Like I mentioned to the group in person over the weekend, the future of hockey is bright in the Atlantic district. I can’t wait to watch all of these young men develop this year as we follow them with their respective clubs. We wish them the best of luck and hope to see them again next year at future prospects camp again."
The Blue and Red teams faced off in the championship game and it was Team Red taking home the title.
The Titans send a huge thank you to all the players, families and coaches for their participation in their first ever future prospects camp.