Monday, January 27, 2020

Quad City Storm

Storm Dampens Weekend Against Rivermen

MOLINE, Ill. - The Quad City Storm and Peoria Rivermen braved the elements on Friday for another close fought battle in their season-long Cold War on 74.

Storm Surge Sinks Rivermen

The Quad City Storm and Peoria Rivermen celebrated the end of 2019 with another battle in the Cold War on 74, and there were plenty of fireworks between the two teams.

Thunderbolts Strike Twice Against the Storm

MOLINE, Ill. - The Quad City Storm and Evansville Thunderbolts faced off for the last time this year in a weekend series at the TaxSlayer Center.

Stanley Cup Proves Lucky for Home Team

MOLINE, Ill. - The Quad City Storm and Peoria Rivermen squared off in two more battles of the Cold War on 74 this weekend, engaging in another set of home-and-home games.

PHOTOS: Quad City Storm vs. Macon Mayhem – 12/13 and 12/14/19

The Macon Mayhem hosted the Quad City Storm for the first time since their inception on the weekend of December 13 and 14, 2019.

Penalties Prove Problematic for Quad City

PEORIA, Ill. - The Quad City Storm and Peoria Rivermen renewed their rivalry again on Saturday night, with the two teams facing off for Peoria's annual Teddy Bear Toss Night.

Skittish Special Teams Stymie Storm

MOLINE, Ill. - Thanksgiving weekend did not bring joy to the Quad City Storm this year, as the one-day specials weren’t effective on the ice.

Five Weeks of Storm Tracking in the Quad Cities

The Quad City Storm’s season began on October 19, meaning that the season is officially five weeks old. With that said, it’s time to take a look back at the young season and see what’s changed in a year.

Rivermen Weather Stormy Weekend

MOLINE, Ill. - The Quad City Storm and Peoria Rivermen engaged in their first home-and-home series along the I-74 corridor this weekend with Peoria looking to keep their regulation unbeaten streak alive for another two games.

Blind Faith, Persistence, and Patience Help Ice Flyers in Sunday Afternoon Thriller

In the Southern Professional Hockey League’s lone game on Sunday, the Pensacola Ice Flyers and the Quad City Storm made sure it was intriguing. The Ice Flyers dominated play but took their only lead of the game with just seconds remaining in regulation.