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Quad City Storm Home Saturday For Crawford Brew Works Watch Party

November 19th, 2021
Quad City Storm Home Saturday For Crawford Brew Works Watch Party

The Quad City Storm (9-1-0-1) tonight heads south for a pair of games versus the Pensacola Ice Flyers (4-4-1).  Game begins at 7:15 CT. Saturday the Storm will be hosting the first watch party of the season at Crawford Brew Works.  The event is free for fans to attend and meal tickets can be purchased online at QuadCityStorm.com to enjoy catering services provided by Zeke’s Island Café. The team returns to home ice Black Friday November 26th versus the Peoria Rivermen for a game presented by Sweet Tooth Snacks.  The first 1000 fans Friday will receive a vuvuzela horn.  Saturday is dollar... Read More

Quad City Storm Add Dylan Fournier To The Team

October 8th, 2021
Quad City Storm Add Dylan Fournier To The Team

Head coach Dave Pszenyczny has added more AHL experience to the Storm roster with the signing of Dylan Fournier to a training camp contract. Fournier most recently played for the Indy Fuel of the ECHL during the 2016-2017 season and previously rostered with the AHL’s Rockford Icehogs. A native of Montreal, Fournier has local ties as the head coach of the Quad City Blues high school hockey team. Fournier will maintain his role as Blues head coach while playing with the Storm for the 2021-2022 season.  Read More

Dave Pszenczny Inked To Two-Year Extension With Quad City Storm

March 20th, 2020
Dave Pszenczny Inked To Two-Year Extension With Quad City Storm

The Quad City Storm is excited to announce Storm head coach Dave Pszenczny has been signed to a two-year contract extension.  In an abbreviated second season with the Storm, Pszenyczny increased the team’s winning percentage significantly and navigated the Storm in to one of eight playoff positions at year’s end. “We made great progress in multiple ways this season,” said Pszenyczny. “I’m disappointed this team didn’t get a chance to excite the Quad Cities in the playoff push and postseason, but I couldn’t be more excited for next year.  I’d put our returning core of players... Read More