Aaron Titcomb inked a new deal with the Wheeling Nailers last week, returning to the organization he signed with last season out of Merrimack.
In 44 games last season, Titcomb scored one goal and added three assists but his presence was felt on the blue line and in the Wheeling community, where he won the team’s Community Award and was also the team’s Fan’s Choice Player of the Year in 2018-19.
“We think Aaron is really versatile, he has good size and can build on what he did last year,” Wheeling head coach Mike Bavis said. “Our pool is pretty deep. They have been pretty active in the organization and we’re going to get some good players down here.”
Titcomb, 26, appeared in 102 games for the Warriors from 2014-18.