Festivus, Yule, and Christmas, are all fast approaching. It's time to see what the Quad City Storm want for Christmas.
With the Kelly Cup Playoffs completed and the dust settled after the Quad City Mallards’ ultimate season as we know it, it’s time to look back at the past.
Today, the Southern Professional Hockey League (SPHL), The Sin Bin and DASH Auctions are announcing plans for the 2019 SPHL All-Star Fan Vote
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.
The countdown to the season opener for the Quad City Storm is ticking on and on, as less than four weeks remain before October 20th. A few names stand out as most likely to be the first men on the ice in Quad City Storm history.
For Quad City hockey fans, this has been quite the year. Before the calendar changes over to 2019, let’s take a look back at what all has happened for the Storm this year.
MOLINE, Ill. - The newest Southern Professional Hockey League team has a name
- A new page has been added to the hockey history books, as the Quad City Storm have played their first game in franchise history. The newest SPHL team took on their instate rivals at the TaxSlayer Center on Saturday.
MOLINE, Ill. -- The Quad City Storm got off to a rocky start in their inaugural season, not capturing two points since their SPHL debut on October 20 until this weekend.
MOLINE, Ill. – The dust has begun to settle after the announcement last week that professional hockey is staying in the Quad Cities. Local...