MOLINE, ILLINOIS (October 20, 2021) – This weekend the Storm returns to action for its first road game of the season on Friday and Youth Jersey Night at the TaxSlayer Center Saturday at 7:10PM.

Friday the Storm travel to Evansville to matchup with the Thunderbolts for the third time this season. The T-Bolts beat the Storm on opening night and snuck out a shootout victory last Saturday.

Saturday night the Storm play the newest team in the SPHL in their first ever game; the Vermillion County Bobcats. The first 750 kids in the doors on Saturday get a free Storm youth jersey courtesy of TBK Bank Sports Complex. The jerseys will only be handed out to kids in attendance and various sizes are available while supplies last. Fans can get their tickets for Saturday’s game at

Weekly Transactions:

10/16: Tommy Stang (C) signed to Standard Player Contract

10/16: Michael Moran (LW) signed to Standard Player Contract

10/18: Tommy Tsicos (C) loaned to ECHL Iowa

10/18: Chris Hunt waived

10/18: David Brancik (D) signed to Standard Player Contract

10/19 Nick Mangone (RW) signed to Standard Player Contract

10/19 Josh Koepplinger (LW) signed to Standard Player Contract

10/19 Bailey Brkin (G) signed to Standard Player Contract

Quad City Storm hockey returns to the TaxSlayer Center Friday, October 15, and tickets are on sale now.  Fans can visit to purchase tickets.

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