MOLINE, ILLINOIS (March 30, 2023) — The Quad City Storm embarks on the final road trip of the regular season this weekend. On Friday and Saturday, the ninth-place Storm takes on the eighth-place Fayetteville Marksmen. On Sunday, the trip continues in Macon, Georgia, when the Storm face off against the tenth-place Macon Mayhem. With a weekend sweep, the Storm would propel themselves into a tie for eighth place (the final SPHL play-off position) heading into the last week of the regular season.

Tuesday, April 4, the Storm battles the Peoria Rivermen at Vibrant Arena for the final time in the regular season. Tuesday is Decades Night, presented by Big 106.5, and the game will feature a post-game Dirt Road Rockers concert in the arena conference center. Admission to the concert is free and puck-drop is at 6:10PM. A special four tickets for $44 offer are available for this game on Ticketmaster and at the Vibrant Arena box office.

Friday, April 7, and Saturday, April 8, the Storm wraps up the regular season versus the Huntsville Havoc. Friday is John Deere Classic Night. John Deere employees receive two free tickets when they present their Deere ID at the box office, and the first 1000 fans receive Storm-John Deere Classic sunglasses. Saturday is fan appreciation night presented by Hy-Vee. Interactive hockey games will be available to the public pre-game, and throughout the game, there will be special giveaways and prizes passed out to fans.

Tickets for all three of next week’s games can be purchased at,, and the Vibrant Arena box office. For more information on promotions, fans are encouraged to follow the Storm on social media and visit

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