The Titans travel to Jamestown this weekend for a two-game series against the Rebels with Friday and Saturday night’s games beginning at 7:05 PM. This will be the second time in the past three weeks that these teams will be playing each other, the final time in Jamestown.
Titans vs. Rebels Overview
This will be the fourth series between the two teams with the Titans having won four of the six games by a combined score of 25 – 16. The last time these teams was in Jamestown two weeks ago with the Rebels sweeping the Titans by a combined score of 10 – 5.
Rebels Defenseman Liam Hansson has the most points against the Titans with nine (two goals and seven assists) while Noah Finstrom and Renars Karkls each have scored three goals. The Rebels are 4 for 23 (17%) on the power play and the Rebels netminders have a combined 4.17 goals against average and .882 save percentage.
Cam Gendron has the most points against the Rebels with seven (5 goals and 2 assists). Gendron and Michael Outzen each have scored five goals against Jamestown. The Titans are 8 for 22 (36%) on the power play and the Titans goaltenders have a combined 2.68 goals against average and .913 save percentage with one shutout (Patrick Pugliese).
The Rebels are currently in fifth place in the East Division with a 20-29-1-2 record for 43 points. They are four points out of a playoff spot with having played two more games than the fourth place Maine Nordiques. Jamestown has won five of its last ten games, and they are coming off a 2 – 1 road loss to the Maryland Black Bears (Maryland swept the Rebels last weekend). The Rebels have scored 121 goals (23rd in the league) and they have allowed 158 (12th in the league). Jamestown has converted on 17.9% (15th in the league) of their chances on the power play and have prevented the opposition from scoring on the penalty kill 79.4% (15th in the league).
The Rebels are led by Finstrom’s forty-one points (15 goals and 26 assists). Eric Olson leads the team in goals with eighteen, game winning goals (five) and penalty minutes (189). Danny Magnuson and Spencer Cosway each have a team best +/- of +4.
Jamestown’s goaltenders have a combined 2.83 goals against average and .913 save percentage with two shutouts (Noah West).
The Titans are in the first place in the East Division with a 34 – 12 – 0 – 1 record for 71 points. They have won six of their last ten games, and they are coming off a 4 – 2 road win against the Northeast Generals (the Rebels swept Northeast last weekend). They have scored 230 goals (most in the league) and have allowed 164 (sixteenth in the league). The Titans lead the league with the best power play having converted on 27.6% of their chances while they have prevented the opposition from scoring on the penalty kill 82.8% of the time (tenth best in the league).
Mitch Machlitt leads the team in total points with sixty (23 goals and 37 assists) and goals (23). Outzen has a team best five game winning goals. Cade Penney has a team high +/- with +28 while Kyler Head has the most penalty minutes on the team with eighty-nine.
The Titans goaltenders have a combined 3.27 goals against average and .902 save percentage and one shutout (Pugliese).