Bohmbach Back, Titans Sign Lee

The Titans got a very important piece of their team back today, receiving forward Andy Bohmbach back from the AHL’s Worcester Sharks, for whom he did not record a point in his lone game with them.  However, it would hardly be shocking if he were to earn another opportunity at the next level in the near future.

With Bryan Haczyk and Kelly Zajac…well, still gone, the Titans have added forward Paul Lee from the SPHL’s Mississippi RiverKings.  Lee, a 6-foot-2, 205 pound forward out of Garden City, NY, played four years at Dartmouth before turning pro this season.  He scored one goal and added one assist in his four games with the RiverKings, but scored just eight goals in 107 college contests.

As I mentioned on Twitter a few days back…a lot of the players the Titans have been bringing in lately have ECAC ties.  Now (finally) serving as the beat writer for the Princeton Tigers as well, I see Trenton scout Bill Underwood there all the time, so it’s entirely possible they’re relying on some of his evaluations when it comes time to acquiring players.  Lee also has another local tie, having played his high school hockey in Lawrenceville.

Mike Ashmore, mashmore98 AT gmail.com

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One Response to “Bohmbach Back, Titans Sign Lee”

  1. BOB T Says:

    Bill Underwood is a top notch scout…his knowledge on players and their backgrounds is second to none, if there is anything left out there, because at this point it’s a scavenger hunt with the “trickle up” effect now in play….Bill will find it…that is one thing for Titans fans to hang their hat on to fix this……

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