The New Jersey Titans Hockey Program, proud members of the North American Prospects Hockey and Atlantic Youth Hockey Leagues, is pleased to announce that 16UAAA forward Justin Solovey has been tendered by the NAHL New Jersey Titans.
Solovey, 16, has 22 points (13 goals and 9 assists) in 12 AYHL games this season. The 6’2”, 180 lb. native of Holmdel, NJ had eleven points (9 goals and 2 assists) in four NAPHL games.
“I am very excited on getting the opportunity to play at the next level for the New Jersey Titans NAHL and becoming part of their culture” stated Solovey.
“Justin is a guy that over the last few years has been committed to developing his individual skill sets, and what he has been able to accomplish shows that he is a top prospect” stated Titans Director of Players George Haviland. “His ability to hold onto the puck and make plays combined with his playmaking skills, and his size and strength makes him a player that we feel has very bright future ahead of him. Keeping the promote from within the Titan mission statement makes Justin a no brainer tender selection for us at the NAHL Titans level.
What Justin did at the NAPHL playoffs in Dallas was a separating factor amongst his peers in which he was a top five scorers in the NAPHL playoffs weekend and only playing in four games closed the deal for us and our selection to tender him at the NAHL level” concluded Haviland.
The New Jersey Titans are pleased to announce the Players of the Week for Week Ending February 21 for the boy’s division. Only players that are recommended by their respective teams are considered for the Players of the Week award.
Tier 1 – Bantam Minor - Mason Caruso and Peyton Million – First Stars
The Titans 07 AAA Minor team played two games this weekend past. On Saturday, on home ice they battled the NJ Colonials, falling 5-2. The Titans' goalie, Peyton Million, faced 40 shots, allowing in four. The Colonials secured an empty net goal at the end of the game.
On Sunday, the team traveled to West Chester, Pennsylvania to play the Philadelphia Jr. Flyers. In enemy territory, the Titans succumbed to the Flyers by a score of 5-1. The Titans’ goalie, Mason Caruso, faced over 50 shots that morning.
The New Jersey Titans Hockey Program is pleased to announce that five players from the youth program have been named affiliate players for the North American Hockey Leauge’s (NAHL) New Jersey Titans.
The players who have been affiliated are: Colin Grable, Marcus Sang and Gage Vierzba from U18 and Pat Reilly and Ethan Wongus from U16.
The affiliate player agreement enables youth players to participate in a certain amount of NAHL games this season.
“The Titans midget programs continue down the path of their mission to promote players from within the Titans organization to the NAHL from within the midget program” stated Titans Director of Players George Haviland. “I couldn’t be happier for these boys” concluded Haviland.
“We are proud to announce the affiliations of five players from our very own youth program” stated Titans NAHL head coach and general manager Craig Doremus. “The young men have worked to improve and grow throughout the season and we are excited to have them on our list. Each player offers unique skills and intangibles that made them appealing to our coaching staff. We want each guy to be proud of this accomplishment but fully know that there is much work to be done still. We look forward to them continuing to mature and grow with our midget teams and wish them the best of luck as they approach the latter part of their youth seasons” concluded Doremus.
The NAHL Titans are the highest level of junior hockey on the East Coast. Last season the Titans had 19 NCAA ice hockey commitments. They are a non-pay-to-play team.