MOLINE, Ill. - The newest Southern Professional Hockey League team has a name
Today, the Southern Professional Hockey League (SPHL), The Sin Bin and DASH Auctions are announcing plans for the 2019 SPHL All-Star Fan Vote
Last Friday, the Quad City Storm's inaugural schedule was released, allowing fans plenty of time to plan road trips for the season. A new team and new league means new opponents for the Quad City fans to grow used to, and new rivalries can develop quickly.
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.
NHL free agents or any sort of free agents isn’t the topic today. Rather, we’ll talk history – the first six players in Quad City Storm history, to be precise.
A familiar name has made the history books of Quad City hockey, as the first player in Quad City Storm franchise history has been signed. Vladimir Nikiforov returns to the Quad Cities for his third stint with a team based in Moline.
Little by little, the puzzle pieces are falling in to place for the Quad City SPHL team. On Friday the first head coach in Quad-City's SPHL history was announced, and it is a familiar name to fans of the Illinois-based team. Dave Pszenyczny is taking the reins of the team that has yet to find a name.
Six weeks after the Quad City Mallards ceased operations, a new team and new league have entered the area. On Wednesday it was announced in a press conference that the Southern Professional Hockey League (SPHL) was expanding north to the Illinois-Iowa border city of Moline.
MOLINE, Ill. – The Quad City Storm and Peoria Rivermen, as the SPHL's two northern-most teams, will be seeing a lot of each other during the Storm's inaugural season.
MOLINE, Ill. – The dust has begun to settle after the announcement last week that professional hockey is staying in the Quad Cities. Local...