Thursday, March 21, 2019

Quad City Storm

Ice Wrecked, Havoc Wreaked in Moline

MOLINE, Ill. -- Heading into Saturday’s contest between the defending Presidents Cup champion Huntsville Havoc and the Quad City Storm, some might have predicted the outcome.

Where Are They Now? A Look at Quad City South

Four former Quad City Mallards signed with the same team over the off-season. Wonder where they went no further; the answer is here.

Thunderbolts Take Down Storm

History came to a screeching halt on Saturday night, as the Evansville Thunderbolts put an end to the Quad City Storm’s win streak. A split weekend between the weather teams at the Ford Center was the result written in the books.

Storm Start Streaking Over Holiday Weekend

MOLINE, Ill. - Success breeds success and that’s the main takeaway from the Thanksgiving weekend for the Quad City Storm.

Storm Put Losing Streak to Rest

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.

Jekyll and Hyde Act Dooms Storm against Bulls

It was the worst of times, it was the better times. The Quad City Storm were a bit Jekyll and Hyde this weekend at home, and even within a single game, as the scores reflected. They faced off against the Birmingham Bulls for the first time in franchise history.

Rivermen Continue Success over Storm

The Cold War on 74 is very cold indeed, as there hasn’t been much competition so far between the two teams. It’s time to break down the weekend.

Inside the SPHL Podcast S3, E3: Severe Storm Warning

On this edition of the podcast, Harding and Campos are joined by the voice of the Quad City Storm, Brian Rothenberger.

The Imperfect Storm

Not much went right for the Quad City Storm in their second game of the season. After winning their first game in history in overtime last week, they garnered their first loss this week, and boy was it a doozy.

Quad City Storm Sink Peoria Rivermen

- 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.