Jamestown Rebels Hit The Home Ice This Weekend

JAMESTOWN – After an eight game road trip, the Jamestown Rebels return for their first home games of the season. 
Friday night and Saturday night at Northwest Arena, the Rebels will host the New Jersey Titans for their 2018-2019 home debut.
Jamestown returns from their road trip with a 4-4 record and look to improve their record with a win tonight.
Rebels forward Lewis Crosby of Edina, Minn., is off to a great start for Jamestown. So far this season, Crosby has three goals and one assist. He is tied for the team lead with four points.
Defenseman Alex Roy, a Beaumont, Quebec, native, is the other Jamestown Rebel with four points. All four of Roy’s points are off assists. Roy also has a plus 2 in plus minus.
Forward Max Johnson of Maple Grove, Minn., is one of two enforcers the Jamestown Rebels have in their arsenal. Johnson leads the team with 29 penalty minutes.
The other enforcer is forward Antonio Venuto of Dexter, Mich. Venuto is second on the Rebels with 25 penalty minutes.
Goaltenders Noah West and Ryan Keane have both seen time in between the pipes for the Rebels.
West, a Pittsboro, Ind., native, has a 2-1 record while allowing 2.67 goals per game. West also has a 0.909 save percentage.
Keane, who is from Dallas, Tex., has a 2-3 record and has allowed 3.10 goals per game. Keane has a 0.893 save percentage.
The Titans come into Jamestown with a 5-5 record.
Forward Kyle Jeffers from Oviedo, Fla., has five goals and four assists for a team leading nine points. Jeffers also has a plus five.
Shelby Township, Mich., native Ryan Naumovski is second on the Titans with eight points. Naumovski has scored four goals and assisted on four others.
On New Jersey’s defensive side, they have four skaters who have at least 20 penalty minutes.
Defenseman Craig McCabe from Webster, N.Y. has 20 penalty minutes, forward Cam Gendron of Wilmington, Mass., has 21 penalty minutes, defenseman Mac Wiseman of Haymarket, Va., has 23 penalty minutes, and forward Kyler Head of Malone, N. Y., leads the team with 38 penalty minutes.
New Jersey’s main man behind the pipes is Getzville, native Matt Ladd.
So far this season, Ladd has a 4-1 record with a 0.933 save percentage. Ladd has also allowed only 2.06 goals per game.
The Titans do have another goaltender if necessary in Smithtown, N.Y., native Brandon Perrone.
Perrone has a 1-4 record, and has allowed 3.56 goals per game. Despite the numbers, he does have a 0.916 save percentage.
Puck drop for both games will be at 7:05 p.m.