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Toporowski Headed Home As Assistant Coach Of Storm

September 10th, 2019

The Quad City Storm has added Jake Toporowski to its hockey staff as an assistant coach.  Toporowski is the first assistant coach in the history of the franchise. A native of Bettendorf, Iowa, Toporowski hails from a hockey family and most recently played with the Spokane Chiefs of the Western Hockey League.   He will continue to work as an area scout for his former team. “Jake will be a huge asset to our program,” said Storm head coach Dave Pszenyczny. “An extra set of eyes with his experience is invaluable and it will be great to have another individual to assist in the responsibilities... Read More

Quad City Storm Promotional Schedule Storms In!

August 28th, 2019

The Quad City Storm, the area’s hard-hitting and fun hockey team, has released their upcoming schedule of promotional nights in their second season! QuadCities.com is happy to once more be a media sponsor of the Storm and will be teaming up with the squad for various stories, videos, podcasts and other entertainment partnerships. The Storm offers 28 games packed full of family fun and heart-pumping action are highlighted by the Big 7 Games with the biggest and best entertainment and excitement.The promo schedule is as follows: 1. October 25th-Opening Night: Hockey is back and we want... Read More

John Deere Classic Hits The Tees This Week!

July 11th, 2019

The revered and lauded local golf tournament drawing fans and sportsmen from around the world, the John Deere Classic, runs at Moline’s Deere Run course Thursday through Sunday. Competitors began teeing off today, with a wide-range of events and promotions surrounding the event. Favorites for the trophy this year include Vegas odds favorite Collin Morikawa. The 160-player field battles it out for a $6 million purse, with the winner getting $1.044 million. Various charities are also winners as, last year, 521 participating charities received $12.27 million.  This year, the tournament is expected... Read More

Quad City Storm Tickets For Next Season On Sale Now!

June 5th, 2019

Are you ready to rock some hockey again? Stanley Cup got you psyched for the next season? Well, the Quad City Storm has just dropped their schedule for 2019-2020 and tickets are on sale now! Storm fans, it’s time to break out your calendars and mark down the dates for the upcoming season. The schedule includes eleven Friday games, twelve Saturday games, three Sunday games and a pair of weekday games. All 28 contests will be played at the TaxSlayer Center. The team’s promotional schedule and opponents will be revealed in the next several weeks. October 25th, 2019 October 26th,... Read More

Q-C Storm Raises Over $20,000 To Fight Cancer

February 10th, 2019

The Quad City Storm, “the team that gives back,” hosted a Hockey Fights Cancer Weekwhich began with a Paint the Ice Event on February 6 and ended with a win over arch rival Peoria Rivermen on February 9. The game drew a crowd of over 5,000 and raised $21,700 for Gilda’s Club of the Quad Cities. The Storm’s Giving Back Campaign, #QCSTORMCARES, has now raised over $64,700 in only 16 games with hopes to raise $100,000 for local charities before the season ends in April. Watch for other updates and announcements on our website (www.quadcitystorm) and follow along with us on our social media... Read More

Storm Add Familiar Face For Face-Off Against Peoria

October 25th, 2018

The Quad City Storm has reacquired forward Tim Perks. Perks was a member of the Storm’s training camp roster and released before the regular season roster was finalized.  He is a first-year pro and graduated from Northland College last year where he played for four years. The Storm are back in action tomorrow night versus Peoria for the second battle in the Cold War on 74.  Fans can still get tickets for the game at http://www.quadcitystorm.com./.  Read More

QC Scene at QC Storm Season Opener!

October 20th, 2018

QuadCities.com’s Sean Leary checked out the exciting opening night win for the QS Storm! The Storm roared back from a 3-1 deficit with just seven minutes remaining to knot it at 3-3 and send it to overtime! Then with less than two minutes left they buried a penalty shot to win their team opener 4-3 and send fans into a frenzy! For more coverage always check out your official site for QC Storm coverage, QuadCities.com!  Read More

Storm Warns Of Online Ticket Scam

October 20th, 2018

The Quad City Storm Hockey team has reminded members of the community to be wary of online ticketing offers and scams ahead of Saturday’s inaugural season opener.    There were several reports of online purchase scams involving the opening night game on October 20. In most cases, fans received the tickets but were charged excessive service and handling fees. Fans are advised to visit QuadCityStorm.com and purchases tickets directly through the linked Ticketmaster page to ensure quality and safety. From now until December 1st, the team is giving back to the community by waiving all... Read More

Q-C Storm News Raining In As Opening Night Approaches!

October 10th, 2018

There’s a veritable torrent of news coming from the Quad-Cities’ new hockey team, the Q-C Storm! Opening night is October 20 and today the Quad City Storm are unveiling their plan to pack the TaxSlayer Center! The Storm are planning to have 8000 fans making noise in the seats for the first game of the regular season!  Fun features for fans include: indoor fireworks, a light show, a kid zone, mascots, a promo team and the first 1000 fans receive a free Storm t-shirt!  John Deere is sponsoring opening night and, along with the Storm, will be raising funds for United Way. In addition to the... Read More

Quad City Storm Adds Six Players To Lineup

September 26th, 2018

The Quad City Storm announced today that the team has signed Chris Kravchuk, Troy Henley, Vinny Caligiuri, Jake Schultz, Joe McKeown, and Tommy Tsicos to a professional tryout agreement for the team’s October training camp. Chicago, Illinois native Chris Kravchuk most recently played in the Southern Professional Hockey League (SPHL) with the Roanoke Rail Yard Dogs and the Fayettesville Marksmen. Quad City Storm Head Coach Dave Pszenyczny said, “Chris brings grit and size to our back end and is a tough player to play against while being a steady defensemen.” More info on Kravhuck can... Read More

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