Road trips are already being planned, as the SPHL recently released the 2019-20 season. With fewer games against their closest rivals, the Quad City Storm will spend more time on the road seeing more distant foes.
The Quad City Storm are building their roster for the upcoming season, and so far three familiar names have returned for more Storm hockey. One player from last year's squad has inked a deal with a team in a different league, however.
For many people outside of the area, the Quad Cities is a bit of an enigma. One city, Moline, home to the Quad City Storm, is also home to the international headquarters of John Deere. Across the Mighty Mississippi, Bettendorf, Iowa, is home to the headquarters for the National Dekhockey Association 3 vs 3 (NDA).
When the Quad City Storm joined the Quad Cities community, they said they were a team for the community, one “the community’s going to be proud of.”
The Quad City Storm have officially ended their inaugural season, and it was one filled with lots of highs and lows.
MOLINE, Ill. - The Quad City Storm have made themselves a fixture in the Quad Cities community in a short amount of time.
The 16-game long series between the Quad City Storm and Peoria Rivermen has finally come to a close, with a home and home series the cap on the Cold War. Some things continue to be the same for the Storm, as they're unable to capitalize when it's needed the most.
Today, the Southern Professional Hockey League (SPHL) and The Sin Bin are announcing plans for the live announcement of the SPHL's Challenge Round matchups.
NORFOLK, Va. - Check out Sarah Hobday's cruise through the SPHL in this Best Shots gallery!
The Quad City Storm made the almost 1000 miles drive to take on the Fayetteville Marksmen for the first time this season, hoping to stave off playoff elimination for a few more days