MOLINE, Ill. - The Quad City Storm swept this weekend against the Evansville Thunderbolts, facing off in both teams’ home arenas over the course of two days.
BIRMINGHAM, Ala. – After starting the 2019-20 regular season with only three games in the first two weeks of play, the Birmingham Bulls got to play a pair this past weekend against the Quad City Storm.
MOLINE, Ill. -- The Quad City Storm faced the Huntsville Havoc in their home-opening weekend, splitting the two-game series. It was a tale of two teams for the Storm, as vastly different results were evident at the end of each night.
MOLINE, Ill. -- The Quad City Storm hosted media day on Thursday, and anticipation from the players, coaches, and staff was evident in the room during interviews.
MOLINE, Ill. -- The Quad City Storm will open their sophomore season on October 19, once more taking on the Peoria Rivermen. However, there’s a lot more to the Storm’s upcoming season than merely rehashing the same match-up 13 times, so let’s dive right in.
Training camp continues across the Southern Professional Hockey League The competitions for roster spots intensify in advance of this weekend's preseason games. Today, we have updates from Birmingham, Knoxville, Macon, Pensacola, and the Quad Cities.
The teams of the Southern Professional Hockey League take to the ice tomorrow. The league's 16th season kicks off as training camps open. Throughout the upcoming week, we will bring you updates as the teams prepare for opening night in ten days.
MOLINE, Ill. -- The Quad City Storm saved some history for their sophomore season, as on Monday they announced the addition of an assistant coach to their hockey operations staff. Jake Toporowski, son of famed Quad City Mallards enforcer Kerry Toporowski, has been named as the Storm’s assistant coach under head coach Dave Pszenyczny.
MOLINE, Ill. -- With September only days away, the Quad City Storm have released their promotional schedule for their sophomore season.
After a season and change below the Mason-Dixon Line, a player has returned to Illinois, but for a different team than he originally played for.