Quad City Storm: ’21-’22 Season Recap and Your Favorite Memories
Storm Fans, we've had a great year. So much love and support emitted from the stands and affected the whole arena in a motivating way.
To recap, the Storm started the season off strong holding the 2nd place ranking for a few months. We saw players go and we saw new players come in, but every player wanted to play their best.
The Storm ended the regular season in 5th place, 9 points behind the 4th place Fayetteville Marksmen and 15 points behind the 1st place team, the Knoxville Ice Bears.
Some of the players made it on the League Leaders list on the SPHL website for the President's Cup Playoffs.
The average Attendance for the 2022 season was 2,374, but this season saw the first sell-out game in the team's short history with a record 5,321 people in attendance on March 26th.
The Quad City Storm took to Twitter to thank every Storm fan:
We found a youtube video someone made recapping the Quad City Storm moments on the ice and the stands. YOU MIGHT BE IN THIS!
The Quad City Storm has an offical fans Facebook Page. We asked people to share their favorite memories with us and here is what we got!
Favorite Fan Memories from Quad City Storm Professional Hockey
Connor Fries hat trick against Vermilion County!
My son, who plays on the QCHA Squirt Select Team, got to skate out on the ice and be recognized before one of the home games. One of the many great memories about this season!
Us in Peoria cheering on the Storm on the April 22 playoff game! This is our little guy's first season of Storm hockey.
Photo with Shane Bennett and Cody Walsh. This was one of my favorites just to talk to these guys and get a picture with them they are truly amazing as well as the rest of the team. Can't wait to watch storm hockey next season.
Too many pictures to go through but I like this one because it has most of them in it. I only became a fan mid-season when I got drug to a game. It got me hooked and then I started bringing my kids and they are hooked too! Can’t wait for next season.
Trick-or-Treat on the ice.
The Mallards alumni game was fun, but the entire Storm season was a blast!
My son and his favorite player Moran.
Trevor getting his team signed stick from Filip Virgili.
Watching the guys warm up from the Bench.
Zeke’s Island Cafe watch-party video after a goal was made!
My daughter (in middle) watching the game with her 2 besties on her bday 3/26.
Spending time with family, friends, and AL Graves during the 25th anniversary weekend.
Getting to sponsor Carter Shinkaruk and getting to know the other guys.
I absolutely loved being the Emcee for Storm Hockey! My favorite memory was during the kiss cam when I said "It's time for the fans to play hockey... with their tongues" and I heard confused people say "What? Did she just say tongue hockey?" Haha, that was hilarious. Oh, and bubble soccer was fun too!
Getting to spend my very first season as a hockey fan with some of the most amazing fans, staff, players, and one pretty cool fox.
Storming the pubs in downtown Moline with the best players and fans in the SPHL was a pretty fun day.
Spending time with old hockey friends and also making new hockey friends (staff, players, and fans!) Getting to cheer on a great group of guys through an incredible season!
Storm Euchre Night!
Always cheering on our storm & celebrating every win in section 112!
Getting to sponsor a player this season and going to away games to support the boys.