MOLINE, ILLINOIS (October 6, 2021) — The Quad City Storm begins training camp this Saturday October 9th, 2021 at The River’s Edge in Davenport.  The full 2021-2022 training camp schedule is as follows:

Saturday October 9, 2021:                  The River’s Edge: 7–8AM

Sunday October 10, 2021:                   The River’s Edge: 7–8AM

Monday October 11th, 2021:                TaxSlayer Center: 10AM–12PM

                                                            TaxSlayer Center: 5–7PM

Tuesday October 12, 2021:                 TaxSlayer Center: 10AM–12PM

                                                            TaxSlayer Center: 6:30–7:30PM

Wednesday October 13, 2021:             TaxSlayer Center: 10AM–12PM

Thursday October 14, 2021:               TaxSlayer Center: 10AM–12PM

Training camp leads into opening night on Friday October 15, 7:10PM.  All sessions will be open to the media and public.

Johnny Bonta has won a spot on the Storm’s training camp roster.  Bonta, 25, is from West Chester Ohio and earned the spot at this week’s Storm’s Free Agent Camp.  After playing one season of collegiate hockey at the University of Cincinnati where he tallied 58 points in 33 games, Bonta transitioned to the Black Diamond Hockey League and rostered with the Bozeman Stingers.  He will take the ice with the Storm Saturday October 9th at the River’s Edge ice arena in Davenport.

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