Titans tender Phillips Exeter Academy defenseman Sylas Oberting

Sylas Oberting

The New Jersey Titans have announced today that the team has tendered Phillips Exeter Academy defenseman Sylas Oberting for the 2021-22 season.

Oberting, 19, played on two teams this past season while attending Phillips Exeter Academy. He had a total of three points (1 goal and 2 assists) in 29 games between the Northern Cyclones 18UAAA and New Hampshire Jr. Monarchs NCDC teams.  The 5’11”, 181 lb. native of Hanover, NH is committed to play NCAA Division 1 ice hockey for Holy Cross.

“I’m excited to have the opportunity to play for Coach Doremus and the Titans organization. I can’t wait to get to work” said Oberting.

“We are excited to add Sylas to our blueline for next year” stated Titans head coach and general manager Craig Doremus. “Sylas is a player we identified earlier this year and have tracked all season.  He plays a pro style game and has an identity.  We think he can step right in and play a big role on the blueline next year.  In addition to his on-ice abilities we are excited to add his character and leadership to the dressing room.  Sylas is a mature, smart young man and we look forward to him being a Titan.  We are excited to see him on the ice in July at main camp” concluded Doremus.