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The Tri-City Storm won its first Clark Cup in Bill Muckalt's first season as Head Coach. Tri-City ran through the 2016 postseason with a 9-2 record, sweeping Sioux Falls, beating Waterloo in five games and dispatching Dubuque, 3-0, in the Clark Cup Final.

The series wins helped the Storm rid it of some previous demons; Sioux Falls had eliminated the Storm from the postseason in 2014-15 and Waterloo beat Tri-City in the 2004 Clark Cup Final.

In the 2015-16 regular season, the Storm went 28-15-10-7 (73 points) and clinched the Western Conference regular season title for the second time. Muckalt instituted a balanced team; Tri-City finished seventh in goals for (3.05 GF/GM), seventh in goals against (2.73 GA/GM), third on the power play (20.8%) and sixth on the penalty kill (84.4%). 

Muckalt, a former NHL player for from 1998-2003, is the seventh coach in Storm history.

 

   

HEAD COACH

    BILL MUCKALT
ASSISTANT COACH     BEN GORDON
ASSISTANT COACH     TAYLOR NELSON
     
EQUIPMENT MANAGER     DAN BOUSKA
ATHLETIC TRAINER     COLT GRAF
     
PRESIDENT OF HOCKEY OPERATIONS     STEVE LOWE
DIRECTOR OF PLAYER PERSONNEL     VINCENT MONTALBANO
MINNESOTA REGION SCOUT     JASON SCHULZ

 

 

 
 
 
 
 
   
   

 

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