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
MOLINE, Ill. -- A weekend of surprises was in store for the Quad City Storm, taking on a very familiar opponent and one of growing familiarity.
SPHL All-Star month is in the rear-view mirror and the push to the 2019 Presidents' Cup Playoffs is underway!
Same problem, different night for the Quad City Storm. A return to former playing style doesn't work to make up lost points in the standings in a busy weekend for the Storm.
LAFAYETTE, La. -- On Monday night's Inside the SPHL Podcast with special guest league commissioner Doug Price, The Sin Bin revealed their fourth annual SPHL All-Star Team, presented in conjunction with the Southern Professional Hockey League and DASH Auctions.
In Moline, it was a weekend of giving back to the community. Not only did the Storm help their cities, the high school team did as well. A Cold War on 74 battle left some with a warm feeling after seeing the turnout and the energy of one of the most important games of the season.
The Quad City area has had a hockey history that has lasted for almost two and a half decades. In that time, players have come and gone, while some have stayed.
Two storms were to hit Peoria this weekend, but only one will appear in the record books as a side-note. Special teams by the Storm didn't hold up to prior showings this weekend.
A storm hit the Quad Cities this weekend, and it wasn't the hockey team. After the snow, things went downhill quicker than a kid on a Flex Flyer saucer for the home team.
Today, the Southern Professional Hockey League (SPHL), The Sin Bin and DASH Auctions are announcing plans for the 2019 SPHL All-Star Fan Vote