Andy Bohmbach endured a concussion, multiple American Hockey League call-ups that went nowhere, and near-constant roster upheaval, but always held it down this year as the heart, soul and captain of the Trenton Titans.
His season is done.
Per Mike Ashmore of the Trentonian, Bohmbach was placed on the 21-day injured reserve list by the club on Wednesday, stripping the struggling team of their best player for the final games of the regular season. The report is he’ll need shoulder surgery.
Trenton is in action later tonight in Elmira, in the club’s final matchup this year, then will come home for back-to-back home games, its final of the schedule, against Wheeling on Friday and Saturday.
The 26-year-old product of Wisconsin registered 21 goals and 48 points in 50 games for the Titans this season, totaling one goal in five games split between Abbotsford and Worcester.