The New Jersey Titans have announced today that the team has tendered Boston Advantage (NCDC) forward Nick Ring for the 2021-22 season.
Ring, 17, had 21 total points (13 goals and 8 assists) in 43 games played for the Advantage. The 5’10”, 173 lb. Hingham, MA native is a right-handed shot. Ring is committed to play NCAA Division I ice hockey for the University of New Hampshire. He is the younger brother of Jack Ring who played for the Titans this recently concluded season.
“I’m excited for the opportunity to play for the Titans organization” stated Ring.
“We are thrilled to add Nick to the Titans’ family for next season” stated Titans Head Coach and General Manager Craig Doremus. “Nick is a highly skilled center who has some junior experience now. Nick has a high compete level and couples that with a very impressive skill set. I think has the ability to step right in and play a big role on our team from day one. We look forward to seeing Nick in camp in July and being a big part of our team next year” concluded Doremus.