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Recap: Storm tie record for wins in defeat of Dubuque

Posted 150 days ago ago by Kendall Grayson

Dubuque, IA – The Tri-City Storm tied a team record for most wins in a regular season tonight following a 4-2 road defeat of the Dubuque Fighting Saints. The 2018-2019 Tri-City Storm team became just the 2nd team in organization history to win 43 games in a regular season, tying the record set by the 2003-2004 Anderson Cup Championship Tri-City Storm team. In addition to tying the organization’s regular season win record, the Storm also notched their 8th consecutive win in tonight’s game. The Tri-City Storm hit the road next weekend for two games at the Tyson Events Center in Sioux City, IA against the Sioux City Musketeers. For the first time this season, Tri-City enters a weekend slate of games with an opportunity to clinch the Anderson Cup. Puck drop for the Storm’s road game in Sioux City on Friday night is set for 7:05pm.


The opening goal of the game was netted by Brendan Furry at 8:42 of the 2nd period to give the Storm a 1-0 lead. J.D. Greenway scored his 9th goal of the year minutes later to tie the game at 1-1. Tri-City outshot Dubuque 9-4 in the 2nd period and scored the first goal of the 3rd period to take a 2-1 lead. The Storm’s 2nd goal of the game was netted at 3:29 of the 3rd period by Nick Capone. The goal was Capone’s 1st Career USHL Goal and was assisted by Calvin Dybicz and Brendan Furry. After taking a 2-1 lead, the Storm increased the lead to two goals following a goal by Brad Morrissey. Morrissey’s 3rd goal of the year was sored unassisted at the 7:55 mark of the 3rd period. The Fighting Saints responded with a goal from Derek Contessa at 10:22 of the period. Contessa’s goal cut the Storm’s lead in half and set the game up for a frantic finish. Chase McLane scored an empty net goal with 1-minute left in the game to seal the Tri-City win. McLane’s goal was his 6th of the season. The Storm outshot the Fighting Saints 22-18 and completed a two-game season sweep with back to back wins on the weekend.


Isaiah Saville recorded his 23rd win of the season in goal after making 16 saves on 18 shots. Brendan Furry was named the 1st Star of the Game following his 1 goal, 1 assist performance. The Storm’s “magic number” for clinching a share of the Anderson Cup trophy has dropped to two points, and the Storm’s “magic number” for winning the Anderson Cup trophy outright is now down to just three points with six games remaining.


Tri-City returns to action Friday in a road game against the Sioux City Musketeers. Puck drop is scheduled for 7:05pm, with the broadcast beginning on Hockey TV and Storm Radio at 6:45pm. For home game tickets and more information on the Tri-City Storm, visit

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