Titans agree to terms with three players

TRENTON, N.J. – The Trenton Titans, ECHL affiliate the National Hockey League’s Philadelphia Flyers, announced that the club has agreed to terms with left wing Andy Bohmbach, defenseman Connor Goggin and center Adam Presizniuk.

 

Bohmbach joined the Titans last season after a record-setting run with the Toledo Walleye the previous season. After setting team scoring records with the Walleye, Bohmbach led the Titans in goals (27), assists (37) and points (64) in just 57 games. He grabbed an assist in 10 games for Adirondack (AHL) and has been called up to the AHL in both of his professional seasons – playing six games for the Rockford IceHogs last year.

Goggin is a defenseman from Glen Ellyn, Ill. who got a taste of professional hockey last year, tallying two assists in 12 games for Rockford of the AHL after finishing his collegiate career with Dartmouth College. In his four years with the Big Green he scored 14 goals and added 27 assists to go with 165 penalty minutes.

Presizniuk returns to the Titans after scoring 40 points (13g-27a) in 69 games last year, while playing in two games with the Providence Bruins (AHL) as well. The Calgary, Alberta product was an offensive force in his four years at Union College, scoring 131 points (48g-83a) prior to joining the Titans. Before that he played three seasons with the Powell River Kings of the British Columbia Hockey League, recording 212 points (86g-126a) in that span.