The Titans are back on the road this week, as they will travel to Johnstown for a three games against the Tomahawks.
So far this season, the Titans are 4-1-0 against the Tomahawks.
In their first trip to the Cambria County War Memorial Arena, the Titans spoiled the home opener, winning 6-5 in overtime. The following night, Jack Berry shut out the Tomahawks as the Titans completed the weekend sweep, winning the game 3-0.
Johnstown then traveled to Middletown on Nov. 7 to try and get revenge but the Titans pulled away from the Tomahawks in the third period, ultimately winning 7-3.
Another shutout for Berry:
With first place on the line last weekend, Jack Berry stepped up his game in both games. On Friday, he stopped all 26 shots the Rebels threw his way. It was his third shutout of the season and it secured the Titans position in first place heading into Saturday’s game.
On Saturday, Berry stopped 32 of 35 shots in the Titans loss. Despite giving up two goals less than two minutes apart in the first period, he kept the rest out of the net, which allowed until the team a chance to stay in the game.
Durham stepping up his game:
Andrew Durham scored two goals and assisted on another this past weekend in Aston. In the last five games, Durham leads the team with six points and is tied with Victor Ostling for the most goals with three each.
Durham has played in 19 games so far this season scoring four goals along with eight assists for 12 points total. He also boasts a plus/minus rating of plus two.
Keeping their heads up:
The Titans are not letting themselves get too down about Saturday’s last second defeat in Aston. They came back after going down by two goals to tie it with two of their own. Despite the loss, the Titans still hold on to first place by three points over Aston with 29 points.
Next home game:
The Titans will return to Middletown Ice World the day after Thanksgiving on Black Friday to take on the Wilkes-Barre/Scranton Knights. Puck drop is set for 7:30 p.m. For tickets: click here or call 888-997-4625.