The Quad City Storm will host their first ever Fantasy Camp on Friday, October 5 at 8:00am.

Head Coach Dave Pszenyczny (“Coach Chezy”) will lead on ice drills, an off ice workout and a scrimmage game during the team’s first Fantasy Camp. Fantasy players will also receive lunch, a personalized jersey, a team picture and an individual photo with Coach Chezy.Quad City Storm Fantasy Camp Roaring In

“We promised to bring the fun factor this year and we are living up to our word, “ President Gwen Tombergs said. She added, “We want to expand the hockey going experience above and beyond what has been done in the past.”  Coach Chezy said, “This is the perfect event for fans to truly see what it is like in the day of a professional hockey player and it gives you a new perspective on the sport.”

Quad City Storm Fantasy Camp will be held on Friday, October 5 from 8:00am until 3:00pm at the TaxSlayer Center. Valued at $250, the Early Bird Special is $150 for this one of a kind hockey experience. This inaugural Fantasy Camp is for those 18 years and older and participants are encouraged to bring their own equipment. Fans can register by calling Alice 309-277-1364 or emailing by Friday, September 14.

The Quad City Storm are expected to open their training camp in early October prior to October 13’s preseason game against the Peoria Rivermen at Peoria’s very own Carver Arena. The Storm’s regular-season schedule is set to begin October 20 against the Peoria Rivermen at the TaxSlayer Center in Moline.  Single game tickets go on sale October 1!

Watch for updates and announcements on our website (www.quadcitystorm ) and follow along with us on our social media platforms on Facebook (search Quad City Storm), Twitter (@QuadCityStorm ), Instagram (@qcstorm). Our office hours are Monday through Friday 9:00am-5:00pm and Saturday by appointment only and our team can be reached by calling 309-277-1364.


Quad City Storm Fantasy Camp Roaring In
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