Atlantic Youth Hockey League


Titans Announce Player Promotions

Release Date : 8/6/2014

MIDDLETOWN, NJ – The Atlantic Youth Hockey League and the New Jersey Junior Titans organization are pleased to announce that three players from the Titans U16 and U18 teams have advanced to the USHL and the NAHL.

Forward Ryan Walker (’97 birth year/Spotswood, NJ/Union College) leaves the U16 team to head to Sioux City (USHL) and forwards Ryan Dunner (’96 birth year/Glassboro, NJ) and Charlie Singerhouse (’96 birth year/West Windsor, NJ) leave the organization’s U18 team to head to the Coulee Region Chill of the NAHL.

After an outstanding 2013-2014 AYHL campaign in which the Spotswood native picked up sixty points (17G 43A) in twenty-six game and committed to Union College (ECAC) and received a tender from Amarillo (NAHL), Sioux City selected Walker in the sixth round (102nd overall) in the Phase II portion of the 2014 USHL Draft. Walker completed main camp with the team where he was named to their active 25-man roster for the upcoming season. The Musketeers will be leaving for Russia on August 14th to play in the Junior World Cup Tournament.

“I’m extremely excited to get the opportunity to play for the Sioux City Musketeers, Walker said. “Going to Russia will be an unforgettable experience and I can’t wait for the season to start.”

Dunner played eighteen games in the AYHL’s Midget U18 division, picking up seven points (1G 6A), and will report to Onalaska, Wisconsin after making the Chill’s final roster after their main tryout camp. Joining Dunner will be his U18 teammate Singerhouse, who had four points (1G 3A) in twelve AYHL games. The pair will report to the Chill’s training camp in August as the team prepares for their season opening game versus the Odessa Jackalopes in the NAHL’s Blaine Showcase on September 17th.

“The Titans are very proud of Ryan and look forward to seeing him continue to hone his skills at the next level,” said Titans President George Haviland. “The Titans also wish both Ryan and Charlie the best of luck this season with the Chill!”

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