The Titans will close out their 2020-21 regular season this weekend with a two-game series against the Northeast Generals at the New England Sports Village in Attleboro, MA. Friday and Saturday games both begin at 7:00 PM
Generals vs. Titans Overview
This is the ninth and tenth meetings between the teams with the Titans having won five of the eight previous contests. They have outscored the Generals by a combined score of 33 – 22. One of Generals win was in a shootout while one of the Titans victories was in overtime.
The last time these teams met was back on March 12 and 13 at the Middletown Sports Complex when the Titans swept the Generals by a combined score of 9 – 2.
Aidan Curran (1 goal and 6 assists) lead the Generals with seven total points against the Titans while Dylan Schuett has the most goals with three against New Jersey. The Generals are 2 for 23 (9%) on the powerplay and have given up four shorthanded goals. The Generals’ goaltenders have a combined 4.06 goals against average and .894 save percentage with no shutouts against the Red Buckets.
Nick Seitz leads the Titans with nine total points (4 goals and 5 assists) against the Generals as well as goals (four). Jack Ring has the most assists (six) on the Titans against Northeast. New Jersey is 6 for 41 (15%) on the powerplay, and they have not given up shorthanded goal. The Red Buckets goaltenders have a combined 2.58 goals against average with .914 save percentage with one shutout (Louden Hogg).
Northeast is currently in fifth place in the East Division with a 19-29-5 – 1 record for 44 points. The Generals are coming off a 4 – 2 home loss to the Maine Nordiques, and they have won five out of their last 10 games. They have six games remaining in the season, including this weekend’s pair against the Titans. The Generals have scored 152 goals on the season (tenth in the league) while they have allowed 196 (most in the league). Northeast is 31 for 199 (15.6%) on the powerplay (18th in the league). They have allowed ten goals while on the man advantage. The Generals are 80.8% efficient on the penalty kill (14th in the league).
Jonathan Young (14 goals and 26 assists) leads Northeast in total points with 40 while Liam McCanney leads the team in goals with eighteen. Ricky Boysen has the most game winning goals with seven. Brent Keefer has a team best +9. Schuett leads the team in penalty minutes with 94.
Northeast’s goaltenders have a combined 3.42 goals against average and .910 save percentage with no shutouts.
The Titans are currently in third place in the East Division with a 26-19-2-5 record for 59 points. They are coming off a 5 – 4 road shootout win against the Danbury Jr. Hat Tricks while they have won six of their last ten games. New Jersey has scored 189 goals on the season (fourth in the league) while they have allowed 167 (17th in the league). The Titans have converted on 20.7% (43 for 208) of their chances on the powerplay (9th in the league). They have allowed seven goals while on the man advantage. The Red Buckets are 84.7% efficient on the penalty kill (seventh in the league). The Titans have scored the most shorthanded goals in the league with 14.
Seitz (18 goals and 16 assists) leads the Titans with 44 total points while Evan Werner leads the team in goals (21). Werner also leads the team with four game winning goals. Anthony Mollica has a team best +20. Brad Zona has a team high 121 penalty minutes.
The Titans goaltenders have a combined 3.02 goals against average and .916 save percentage with three shutouts (Christian Stoever (2) and Hogg).