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Tri-City well represented at prestigious international event

KEARNEY, NE. – Tri-City Storm President of Hockey Operations/Head Coach Anthony Noreen and multiple Storm players are set to represent Team USA at the upcoming Hlinka-Gretzky Cup in Red Deer, Alberta, Canada. Noreen will lead the USA team in the annual Under-18 tournament when the event officially gets underway on Sunday, July 31st. Storm players Tanner Adams, Charlie Kinsman, Ryan Smith, and Storm draft pick A.J. Lacroix will skate for Team USA in the event. Team USA will face Slovakia tomorrow morning (12:00pm CT) in a pre-tournament matchup prior to the official start of the event. All of Team USA’s tournament games will be broadcast live on NHL Network.

 

The Hlinka Gretzky Cup is an annual international event highlighting many of the top Under-18 players in the world. The event was founded in 1991, and is named after Ivan Hlinka and Wayne Gretzky. Canada, Slovakia, Sweden, and Switzerland will compete in Group A of this year’s tournament. Team USA is joined in Group B by Czechia, Finland, and Germany. Each of Team USA’s games will take place at Peavey Mart Centrium in Red Deer, Alberta, Canada.

 

Team USA is slated to face Germany at 4:00pm CT on Sunday, July 31st in the team’s opening game of the tournament. Finland will serve as Team USA’s opponent in the team’s second game of the event at 2:00pm on Monday, August 1st. Team USA will face Czechia in the team’s final preliminary round game of the tournament at 12:00pm on Wednesday, August 3rd. Semifinal Game #1 will be held at 4:00pm CT on Friday, August 5th. The second Semifinal game will follow at approximately 7:30pm CT. The 2022 Hlinka Gretzky Cup will conclude on Saturday, August 6th with the Third Place Game taking place at 1:00pm CT and the Championship Game at 3:00pm CT.

 

Team USA will be seeking its second tournament Championship at this year’s event after previously winning the annual tournament in 2003. More information on Team USA at the 2022 Hlinka Gretzky Cup can be found at https://teamusa.usahockey.com/2022hlinkagretzkycup.

 

Tanner Adams, 16, of Northport, New York, completed his rookie season in the USHL with the Storm during the 2021-2022 season after signing a tender agreement with Tri-City on May 22nd, 2021. Adams made his USHL debut with the Storm on September 23rd, 2021, in the team’s 3-2 overtime victory over the Dubuque Fighting Saints at the 2021 DICKS Sporting Goods USHL Fall Classic in Cranberry Township, Pennsylvania. He scored his first career USHL goal on October 22nd, 2021, in the Storm’s 6-4 road loss to the Sioux City Musketeers. Adams finished the 2021-2022 regular season with twelve goals and twenty assists. He was one of three Tri-City players to play in all sixty-two games during the regular season. He was the Storm’s leading rookie scorer last season, and was a member of the organization’s 2021-2022 Anderson Cup Championship team. Prior to joining the Storm for the 2021-2022 season, Adams appeared in twenty-nine games during the 2020-2021 season for Mount St. Charles Academy’s 15U (AAA, Woonsocket, Rhode Island) team. He scored nineteen goals and notched twenty-nine assists for forty-eight total points. Adams was on Team USA’s winning team at the 2021 Under-17 Five Nations Tournament in Visp, Switzerland. He previously announced a commitment to play collegiate hockey in the future for Providence College. Adams will wear #9 during the event.

 

Charlie Kinsman, 17, of Orchard Park, New York, appeared in two games during the 2021-2022 regular season with the Storm as an affiliate list call-up. He made his USHL debut with the team on April 16th, 2022, in Tri-City’s 8-2 road loss to the Sioux Falls Stampede. Kinsman skated for the Buffalo Jr. Sabres (AAA, Buffalo, New York) organization prior to joining the Storm this season. He scored five goals and notched seventeen assists during the 2021-2022 season. Kinsman also skated for the Jr. Sabres during the 2020-2021 and 2019-2020 seasons. He was on Team USA’s winning team at the 2021 Under-17 Five Nations Tournament in Visp, Switzerland. He previously announced a commitment to play collegiate hockey in the future for the University of Vermont. Kinsman will wear #4 during the event.

 

Ryan Smith, 16, of North Tonawanda, New York, was drafted 49th overall in the 4th round of the 2021 USHL Phase I Draft. He made his USHL debut with the team as an affiliate list call-up on April 23rd, 2022, in Tri-City’s 3-2 overtime victory on the road against the Lincoln Stars. Smith skated for the Buffalo Jr. Sabres (AAA, Buffalo, New York) organization prior to joining the Storm this season. He scored fifteen goals and notched nine assists during the 2021-2022 regular season. Smith also skated for the Jr. Sabres during the 2020-2021 and 2019-2020 seasons. He previously announced a commitment to play collegiate hockey in the future for the University of Massachusetts. Smith will wear #12 during the event.

 

A.J. Lacroix, 17, of Livingston, New Jersey, was drafted by the Storm 45th overall in the 3rd round of the 2022 USHL Phase II Draft. He skated in fifty-three games during the 2021-2022 regular season for the Chilliwack Chiefs (BCHL, Chilliwack, British Columbia). Lacroix also appeared in eleven games during the Chiefs’ run in the 2022 BCHL Playoffs. Lacroix scored twenty-one goals and recorded nineteen assists in the regular season this year. He scored one goal and notched four assists during the postseason. Lacroix previously skated for the Delta Hockey Academy (Delta, British Columbia), and West Van Academy (Vancouver, British Columbia). He scored twenty-six goals and notched thirty-four assists in thirty games played for West Van Academy’s Bantam Prep team during the 2019-2020 regular season. Lacroix will wear #13 during the event.

 

There is no greater honor in sports than representing your country on the world stage. I am extremely grateful to John Vanbiesbrouck, Marc Boxer, and the rest of USA Hockey for the opportunity. We have assembled a team that has character, speed, and will play hard. We put a major emphasis on players who have a backup game, and are not one-dimensional. We will lean on our depth and hopefully improve on the ice and grow closer as a team over the next two weeks. Tanner Adams should have a ton of confidence coming into this event after the season he had in the USHL. He is a guy who will be leaned on in every facet of our game as well as leadership-wise. Charlie Kinsman was a major contributor on the Five-Nations Team last year that won a gold medal. He should be able to use that experience, as well as his development over the past year to be an impact player at this event. Ryan Smith had an outstanding tryout camp in Buffalo in late June. He showed speed, skill, compete, and an ability to impact the game on both sides of the ice. He is a guy who can bring a spark to this team throughout the event. A.J. Lacroix got better and better as the Buffalo camp went. He has a big-time shot, plays heavy/mature, and is a real student of the game. This team will count on him to be a major contributor.” – President of Hockey Operations/Head Coach Anthony Noreen

Storm Announces Multiple Transactions

By Kendall Grayson 07/11/2022, 7:45am PDT

Tri-City acquires multiple high-round draft picks

KEARNEY, NE. – The Tri-City Storm has announced multiple transactions that have resulted in the acquisition of several high-round draft picks. The Storm has acquired a 1st round Phase II draft pick in 2024, a 2nd round Phase II draft pick in 2023, a 3rd round Phase I draft pick in 2023, a 3rd round Phase I draft pick in 2024, and a conditional draft selection from the Youngstown Phantoms in exchange for defenseman Andrew Strathmann, and a 9th round Phase I draft pick in 2024. Tri-City has also acquired a 4th round Phase I draft pick in 2023 from the Madison Capitols in exchange for forward Jonah Aegerter in a separate transaction.

 

Andrew Strathmann, 17, of Beach Park, Illinois, officially joined the organization by signing a tender agreement on November 18th, 2020. He made his USHL debut on September 23rd, 2021, in Tri-City’s 3-2 overtime victory over the Dubuque Fighting Saints at the 2021 USHL Fall Classic in Cranberry Township, Pennsylvania. Strathmann notched his first career USHL point on October 8th, 2021, in Tri-City’s 4-1 home victory over the Waterloo Black Hawks at the Viaero Center. He scored his first career USHL goal on November 7th, 2021, in the Storm’s 4-1 road victory over the Sioux City Musketeers. Strathmann’s first career multi-point game in the USHL came on November 26th, 2021, in the Storm’s 3-2 road win over the Fargo Force. Strathmann finished the 2021-2022 regular season with a plus/minus rating of +13. Strathmann previously announced a commitment to play collegiate hockey in the future at the University of North Dakota.

 

Jonah Aegerter, 18, of Janesville, Wisconsin, was selected 18th overall by the Storm in the 2nd round of the 2020 USHL Phase I Draft. He skated in four games with the Storm during the 2021-2022 preseason. Aegerter made his USHL debut with Team USA on November 28th, 2021, in the team’s 7-5 home victory over the Chicago Steel. He skated in fifty games during the 2021-2022 regular season with the Janesville Jets (NAHL). Aegerter scored thirteen goals and notched nineteen assists for thirty-two total points. He appeared in thirty-four regular season games for the Jets during the 2020-2021 season. Aegerter scored four goals and recorded seven assists for eleven total points. Prior to his time with Janesville, he skated for the Oakland Jr. Grizzlies (AAA,MI) and Madison Capitols (AAA, WI) youth organizations. Aegerter previously announced a commitment to play collegiate hockey in the future at St. Cloud State University.  

 

We wish Andrew and Jonah the best of luck moving forward. I will miss having Andrew around here, and I appreciate the relationship we were able to build.”- President of Hockey Operations/Head Coach Anthony Noreen

 

"As we move into the 2022-2023 season, we had an opportunity to move two players, and collect a volume of high draft picks over the next two seasons. This should help set us up for continued success in the future. The depth and talent of some of our returning players, incoming affiliate players, and recent draft picks allowed us to make these moves. We are very fortunate to be in a solid position for the short term and long term of the organization to stay extremely competitive and successful. We wish Andrew and Jonah all the best with their new clubs."- General Manager Jason Koehler

 

Three Storm players selected at 2022 NHL Draft

By Kendall Grayson 07/08/2022, 3:30pm PDT

Trio of Tri-City forwards drafted

KEARNEY, NE. – Three Tri-City Storm players were selected today in this year’s NHL Draft held at the Bell Centre in Montreal, Quebec. Current Storm forwards Daimon Gardner, Cole O’Hara, and Cameron O’Neill, were each drafted this afternoon by NHL member clubs in the 2022 NHL Draft. Gardner was selected 112th overall in the 4th round by the Vancouver Canucks, O’Hara was drafted 114th overall in the 4th round by the Nashville Predators, and O’Neill was selected 143rd overall in the 5th round by the Ottawa Senators. The Storm has had sixty-one players drafted by NHL member clubs in its twenty-two-year history. Twenty-six of those players have played during the last five seasons under Head Coach Anthony Noreen. Tri-City has had at least one player selected in thirteen of the last fourteen NHL Drafts.

 

Daimon Gardner, 18, of Winnipeg, Manitoba, was the first Storm player to be chosen in today’s NHL Draft. The Vancouver Canucks selected him 112th overall in the 4th round. He is the third player in Storm history to be drafted by the Canucks organization (Patrick White, 25th Overall, 2007 & Tyler Madden, 68th Overall, 2018). Gardner was acquired by Tri-City on February 8th, 2022, in a transaction with the Omaha Lancers. He made his debut with the Storm on April 8th, 2022, in the team’s 4-3 shootout loss to the Sioux City Musketeers at the Viaero Center. Gardner netted his first goal with the organization on April 23rd, 2022, in the Storm’s 4-3 overtime road victory over the Lincoln Stars in the final game of the 2021-2022 regular season. He scored one goal and notched one assist in seven regular season games played with the team this season. Gardner also skated in thirty games during the 2021-2022 season with Warroad High School (MN). He scored a team-leading forty-five goals and notched thirty-eight assists for eighty-three total points. Prior to his time with the Storm, Gardner was selected 56th overall by the Lancers in the 4th Round of the 2020 USHL Phase I Draft. Gardner made his USHL debut with Omaha on November 21st, 2020, in the Lancers’ 6-3 road victory over the Sioux Falls Stampede. He scored his first career USHL goal on April 16th, 2021, in Omaha’s 7-3 home win over the Lincoln Stars. Gardner skated in twenty-five games during the 2020-2021 regular season with the Lancers. He scored one goal and notched three assists for four total points. He has appeared in seven games with Omaha during the 2021-2022 regular season. He scored two goals and was named the 1st Star of the Game in the Lancers’ 4-1 win over the Cedar Rapids RoughRiders on September 23rd, 2021, at the 2021 USHL Fall Classic. Gardner previously announced a commitment to play collegiate hockey in the future for Clarkson University.

 

Cole O’Hara, 20, of Toronto, Ontario, was selected two spots after Gardner, and became the 60th player in the organization’s history to be drafted in the NHL Draft. O’Hara was selected by the Nashville Predators with the 114th overall pick in the 4th round of today’s draft. He joins former Storm forward Chase McLane as the second player in the organization’s history to be drafted by the Predators (209th overall in the 7th round of the 2020 NHL Draft). O’Hara skated in one hundred and seven career USHL games from 2020-2022, all with the Storm organization. He scored thirty-six goals and notched sixty-five assists for one hundred and one total points. O’Hara netted three goals and recorded six assists in eight career Clark Cup Playoff games for the Storm. O’Hara was a Captain for Tri-City during the 2021-2022 Anderson Cup Championship season. He was selected 142nd overall in the 10th round of the 2019 USHL Phase II Draft by the Storm, and made his USHL debut on November 7th, 2020 in Tri-City’s 5-1 road victory over the Sioux City Musketeers. O’Hara scored his first career USHL goal on January 6th, 2021, in the Storm’s 3-2 shootout road loss to the Lincoln Stars. He notched five game-winning goals during the 2021-2022 Anderson Cup Championship season, and finished the year with a plus/minus rating of +27. O’Hara scored eleven powerplay goals this season, and was part of the Storm’s most successful powerplay in organizational history. Prior to joining the Storm at the beginning of the 2020-2021 season, O’Hara skated in one hundred and four regular season games for the North York Rangers (OJHL) over two seasons. He scored thirty-two goals and notched seventy-four assists during his career with the Rangers. O’Hara skated for the Toronto Jr. Canadiens AAA organization prior to his time with North York. He scored twenty-four goals during the 2017-2018 season. O’Hara previously announced a commitment to play collegiate hockey in the future at the University of Massachusetts.

 

Cameron O’Neill, 18, of Odenton, Maryland, was the Storm’s final selection in this year’s edition of the NHL Draft. O’Neill was selected 143rd overall in the 5th round by the Ottawa Senators. He joined former Storm forward Shane Pinto as the second player in organization history to be drafted by the Senators (32nd Overall, 2019). O’Neill was selected 111th overall by the Storm in the 8th round of the 2021 USHL Phase I Draft. He appeared in four games during the Storm’s 2021-2022 Anderson Cup Championship regular season. O’Neill also skated for Tri-City in two games during the team’s run in the 2022 Clark Cup Playoffs. O’Neill made his USHL debut with the Storm on April 16th, 2022, in Tri-City’s 8-2 road loss to the Sioux Falls Stampede. He scored his first career USHL goal in the same game. O’Neill also appeared in seventy-one games this season with Mount St. Charles Academy (AAA,RI). He netted sixty-six goals and notched seventy-nine assists for one hundred and forty-five total points. O’Neill led the team in scoring, and also led the team in scoring during the 2020-2021 season. He scored twenty-four goals and notched thirty-three assists for fifty-seven total points in twenty-six games played for Mount St. Charles during the 2020-2021 season. Prior to his time with Mount St. Charles Academy, O’Neill skated for the Rhode Island Saints (AAA, RI), and Team Maryland (AAA, MD) organizations. O’Neill previously announced a commitment to play collegiate hockey in the future at the University of Massachusetts.

 

We are proud of the Storm players taken in today’s draft and happy for both them and their families. Daimon Gardner had a very good showing for us at the end of the season, and we are excited to see what he will be able to do in a Storm jersey full-time next year. We expect him to be an impact player and someone who quickly becomes a fan favorite. Cole O’Hara followed in the line of the last few captains we have had in that he is an elite leader who also took tremendous steps in his development throughout his time here. His combination of character, skill, and work ethic should allow for him to continue to be impactful as he moves up in the game. We will miss him and look forward to watching him make us proud in the future. Cam O’Neill spent the latter part of the season with our group and showed why he has the potential to play at the next level. His ability to finish, his tenacity, and character should make him an impact player for the Storm next season and beyond.”- President of Hockey Operations/Head Coach Anthony Noreen

 

We are extremely proud and excited for these three players and their families! It is truly a wonderful day for them after all of their time, hard work, and sacrifice over the years. Cole O'Hara was an outstanding player for us the past two seasons, and was a key part of our top line and Anderson Cup team. We look forward to watching his development at UMass-Amherst this Fall. Daimon Gardner and Cam O'Neill are two young men who had a taste late in the season with us and will be full-time players next year. We are anxious to see what they can bring to our club and the impact they have next season. The future looks very bright for them and our team.” – General Manager Jason Koehler  

Storm announces contract extension for Jason Koehler

By Kendall Grayson 06/28/2022, 6:45am PDT

Contract extended for Storm General Manager

KEARNEY, NE. – The Tri-City Storm has announced a four-year contract extension for General Manager Jason Koehler following the organization’s record-breaking 2021-2022 Anderson Cup Championship season. Koehler was hired as the Storm’s Assistant General Manager on August 28th, 2019, and was promoted to his current role of General Manager on November 19th, 2019. 

 

Jason Koehler, of Prospect, Pennsylvania, has managed each of Tri-City’s Regular Season Western Conference Championship rosters over the past two seasons. Prior to joining the Storm before the start of the 2019-2020 season, Koehler was an instrumental part of the building process of three junior hockey expansions teams including one in the USHL as well as rebuilding two dead last place USHL clubs into the most improved teams in the league. He has demonstrated an extremely successful record in finding and managing elite hockey talent. As the General Manager of the Chicago Steel (2006-2008), he managed two future Hobey Baker Award winners on the same roster. He was the first USHL Executive to have two 1st round NHL draft picks in the same NHL Draft (2005). Koehler was the Assistant General Manager during the Youngstown Phantoms’ Tier One USHL record 17-game winning streak, and their Anderson Cup Championship season in 2014-2015. Under his management, teams have had over 400 NCAA DI commitments, and more than 60 NHL Draft picks. He also served as the USHL’s GM Committee Chair from 2017-2019. Koehler’s career began in 1998 as a Coaching Staff Assistant for the Pittsburgh Penguins (NHL). He graduated in less than four years from Robert Morris University with a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration/Sports Management in 2000.

 

The Storm has produced a regular season record of 101-46-11-4 since Koehler joined the organization. Tri-City is the only team in the USHL’s Western Conference to reach the one hundred-win plateau during that time span. The Storm is also the only team in the last three years in the Western Conference to record more than two hundred total points in the standings (217). Tri-City has scored five hundred and eighty-eight total goals over the last three seasons, thirty more than any other Western Conference organization. The Storm has also allowed the least amount of total goals of any Western Conference team over the last three seasons (422). No organization in the Western Conference has produced a higher average winning percentage over the past three years than the Storm (.659%). Tri-City’s three-year winning percentage under General Manager Jason Koehler is the best three-year winning percentage in the organization’s twenty-two-year history. No team in the USHL’s Western Conference has produced more combined NHL Draft picks in the past two seasons than the Storm. Tri-City is projected to have multiple players selected at the upcoming 2022 NHL Draft. 

 

The 2021-2022 Anderson Cup Champion Tri-City Storm team finished the year with the best regular season record in organizational history (47-11-3-1). The ninety-eight points recorded in the standings by this year’s team tied the USHL’s Tier I era (2002-Present) record for most points in a single season. Tri-City’s forty-seven wins set a new team record for most in a single season, and the Storm’s eleven regular losses set a new organizational record for the fewest in a single season. This year’s Storm team won eleven straight games from December 31st, 2021, to February 5th, 2022. The winning streak set a new record for the longest in team history. The 2021-2022 Storm team tied the organization’s record for the longest points streak (thirteen games), and the longest home winning streak (ten games). Tri-City’s twenty-seven home wins this season were the most in the organization’s twenty-two-year history. The Storm also set new records for most home points (fifty-five), and most road points (forty-three) notched in a single season in team history. Tri-City also set new organizational records this season for most goals scored (two hundred and sixty), most assists recorded (four hundred and seventy), and most points recorded (seven hundred and twenty-nine). The Storm also set a new record this season for the highest combined plus/minus rating (+395). Tri-City’s eighty-three powerplay goals this season were the most in a single season in organizational history. The Storm became the first organization in league history to be awarded honors for the Player of the Year, Forward of the Year, Defenseman of the Year, Goaltender of the Year, and Head Coach of the Year in the same season following the 2021-2022 campaign, under Koehler’s management.

 

I have been very fortunate to have a career in this business for over twenty years now and these last three seasons and my time with the Storm have been extremely fulfilling, enjoyable, and simply the best of my career. We have an unbelievable ownership group and staff here which makes this job the best in junior hockey in my opinion and I am very excited to remain a member of this organization and continue to bring elite-level teams and players to our fans in Kearney, Nebraska. I want to thank our ownership and Anthony Noreen for their trust in me and their commitment to making the Tri-City Storm the best junior hockey development program in the world. I also want to thank my beautiful wife Jessica for tolerating my passion with this job and her support day in and day out.” – General Manager Jason Koehler

 

Jason is a true professional, and deserving of this extension. I feel very fortunate to be able to work with him, and feel that he is as good of a General Manager as there is in junior hockey. He has an elite work ethic, is organized, and is detailed in everything he does. Just as importantly, he is a true friend. I look forward to watching Jason continue to make the Tri-City Storm organization better every day.- President of Hockey Operations/Head Coach Anthony Noreen

Andrew Strathmann named to USHL’s All-Rookie First Team

By Kendall Grayson 06/03/2022, 10:00am PDT

Storm defenseman honored with All-Rookie First Team selection

KEARNEY, NE. – Tri-City Storm defenseman Andrew Strathmann has been named to the United States Hockey League’s (USHL) All-Rookie First Team following a standout 2021-2022 season. Strathmann scored five goals and notched eighteen assists in sixty-one regular season games played with the Storm this year during his rookie campaign.  

 

Andrew Strathmann, 17, of Beach Park, Illinois, officially joined the organization by signing a tender agreement on November 18th, 2020. He made his USHL debut on September 23rd, 2021, in Tri-City’s 3-2 overtime victory over the Dubuque Fighting Saints at the 2021 USHL Fall Classic in Cranberry Township, Pennsylvania. Strathmann notched his first career USHL point on October 8th, 2021, in Tri-City’s 4-1 home victory over the Waterloo Black Hawks at the Viaero Center. He scored his first career USHL goal on November 7th, 2021, in the Storm’s 4-1 road victory over the Sioux City Musketeers. Strathmann’s first career multi-point game in the USHL came on November 26th, 2021, in the Storm’s 3-2 road win over the Fargo Force. Strathmann finished the 2021-2022 regular season with a plus/minus rating of +13. Strathmann previously announced a commitment to play collegiate hockey in the future at the University of North Dakota.

 

Being named to the All-Rookie First Team is a great individual accomplishment. I am so thankful for the opportunity to live my dream and play this game. I feel like I have not even come close to playing to my potential yet, and I am excited to get going in 2022-2023. I had unbelievable teammates this season in Kearney, and the year that we had together is something that we will never forget. I want to say thank you to my family, billet family, coaching staff, fans, and everyone who has helped me throughout my first year.” – All-Rookie First Team Selection Andrew Strathmann

 

Our staff is very proud of Andrew and happy for him and his family. This award has certainly been earned through an elite work ethic and attitude. Andrew is as driven to improve as any player I have ever had the pleasure of coaching. His best hockey is in front of him, and I look forward to watching him continue to improve.”- President of Hockey Operations/Head Coach Anthony Noreen

 

Andrew Strathmann had a sensational first year of junior hockey in the USHL as only a junior in high school. As one of, if not the top 2005-born defenseman in the US, he had a smooth transition into our organization and environment. He not only is he skilled, but possesses a mean streak and feistiness you want in your defensemen. In my twenty years in junior hockey, Andrew had the best first season for a high school age defenseman I have had on one of my teams. Our coaching staff and myself, are excited to watch him develop and take another step next season. Andrew now has a year under his belt, and will grow into one of the top defensemen and players in our league in his NHL draft year.”- General Manager Jason Koehler

 

“What Andrew did in his first year in the league at his age on this defensive core is a testament to not only his ability but maturity in his game. He is a tireless worker of his game. Most young kids want to work on the things they are good at, that is not Andrew. He wants to round out his entire game.” – Assistant Coach David Nies

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Schedule Update

By USHL Media 03/03/2022, 11:00am PST

January 15th game rescheduled for April 19th

Storm signs defenseman Matthew Virgilio to tender agreement

By Kendall Grayson 03/03/2022, 8:00am PST

Defensemen set to join Storm for 2022-2023 season

Storm sweeps Stampede in 4-1 win

By Kendall Grayson 02/26/2022, 9:00pm PST

4,000+ fans pack Viaero Center to cheer on Storm

Tri-City seeks weekend sweep of Sioux Falls

By Kendall Grayson 02/26/2022, 10:30am PST

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Storm bounces back with 7-1 win over Stampede

By Kendall Grayson 02/25/2022, 9:45pm PST

Basgall (2), Gamache, Borgesi, Eernisse, Wilmer, Fitzgerald score in win

Storm set to host Stampede at Viaero Center

By Kendall Grayson 02/25/2022, 2:45am PST

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Storm acquires defenseman Matt Basgall

By Kendall Grayson 02/24/2022, 12:00pm PST

Storm announces transaction with Lancers

Storm drops home game to Lancers 3-2

By Kendall Grayson 02/18/2022, 8:45pm PST

Tanner Adams, Andrew Strathmann score in Storm loss

Storm returns home to host United Way Game

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Storm drops road game to Force 5-3

By Kendall Grayson 02/12/2022, 9:15pm PST

Ilya Nikolaev, Lleyton Roed, Jeremy Wilmer score in road loss

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