7:35 PM, February 16, 2013
U.S. Bank Arena, Cincinnati, OH
QUEEN CITY STRUGGLES CONTINUE FOR TRENTON
Cincinnati, OH – For the second time in as many nights the Trenton Titans found themselves down just 1-0 through the first period with the top team in the North Division. But just like Friday, it was second period goals that proved to undo any hopes of a comeback.
Cincinnati (31-16-4-2=68 points) scored three goals in a span of under two minutes midway through the second period to take a 4-0 lead and eventual 5-2 home win before 5,083 fans at US Bank arena.
The Titans have now gone winless in their last seven games in Cincinnati (0-6-0-1), with their last road win there coming in a 4-2 decision on November 18, 2009.
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The Cyclones grabbed the first period lead during a Titans power play. Mathieu Aubin led a 2-on-1 one break, finished by David MacDonald with a wrister past Scott Wedgewood (L, 35 saves, 15-18-3-1) for a short-handed goal less than six minutes into the first.
That score held until 11:48 were gone in second when Cincinnati exploded for three goals. When the clock showed 6:27 left in the period, Trevor Lewis, Mike Embach and Josh Shalla had given the Cyclones a 4-0 lead.
The lead jumped to 5-0 in a fight-marred third when Trenton (20-25-4-3=47 points) was finally able to solve Cyclone goalie Brian Foster (W, 24 saves, 18-6-4) in the final seven minutes. Jacob Drewiske (10) and Kory Nagy (5) were able to score a pair of hard-fought goals to ruin the shutout. For Drewiske, he would end the night with two points for the Titans.
Trenton, proud ECHL affiliate of the Philadelphia Flyers, now takes its Travelling Stick Show back home for a three-game homestand, starting with a 1:00 pm President’s Day matinee on Monday with Elmira. It will conclude with Elmira again on Friday and Reading on Saturday (both 7:05 pm starts). All the action can be heard on 107.7 FM (Trenton area) and online at either 1077theBronc.com or AmericaOne.com, with “The Bronc” Daryle Dobos, once again calling all the action.
Next Home Game
Monday, February 18, at 1:00 PM, President's Day Game vs. Elmira Jackals
-$6.00 tickets in Section 104, limited number of tickets remaining.
Friday, February 22, at 7:05 PM vs. Elmira Jackals
-Trenton Social Specials*
-4 for $64: 4 Pulled Pork Sandwiches with coleslaw and fries, 4 sodas and 4 Lower Level Tickets
-4 for $52: 4 Hot Dogs, 4 sodas and 4 Lower Level Tickets
Saturday, February 23, at 7:05 PM vs Reading Royals
-Trenton Social Special: 2 Lower Level Tickets, 2 Flights of Beer and 1 Appetizer*
*All Trenton Social Specials must be ordered through the Trenton Titans Front Office, (609) 341-1100, at least 4 hours before game time. The Trenton Social is a bar and restaurant located across the street from the Sun National Bank Center and just a 30 second walk from Parking Lot 2.
For a full listing of upcoming games/promotions, Titans Promotional Calendar.