Tri-City Storm Broadcast Coverage
All Storm regular and postseason games are streamed live on radio and video. Radio broadcasts are streamed online through The Breeze 94.5 FM (unless noted) and all games can watched through USHL.HockeyTV.com.
Voice of the Storm David Fine enters his second season behind the microphone after broadcasting the Storm's 2016 Clark Cup Championship in his first season. Fine, 23, is from Bloomfield, New Jersey and is a 2015 graduate of the S.I. Newhouse School of Public Communications at Syracuse University. He served as a Broadcast Assistant with the AHL's Syracuse Crunch for four seasons (2011-15) while attending school and has also broadcasted Syracuse University Women's Hockey and Syracuse Stars junior hockey.
How to Listen Live
Tri-City is proud to partner with The Breeze 94.5 FM for another season of Storm hockey! Listen to all Storm games for free in three ways: tune to The Breeze 94.5 FM on your radio, visit the listen live link for online listening, or download the Storm app at the Google Play or App Store and navigate through the app (Home Page --> Fanzone --> Listen Live).
In special cases, the Storm will be on Classic Hits 98.9 FM, but the online link to listen remains the same. When on Classic Hits 98.9 FM, fans can also listen for free through the Storm's mobile app.
How to Watch Live
USHL.HockeyTV.com is a video streaming service that allows fans to watch Storm games. It is a pay-to-watch service that requires a subscription. If the Storm is given the USHL Game of the Week, the broadcast is free, but fans must create a "free account" to tune in. Visit this link and sign up today.
Away Game Viewing Parties
Several of the Storm's sponsors have signed up to provide viewing parties for all of Tri-City's away games!
Here is a full list: