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Two home games postponed and will be rescheduled

By Kendall Grayson 12/02/2020, 10:00am PST

Friday, December 4th & Sunday, December 6th ruled No Contests

Kearney, NE. –The Tri-City Storm, in conjunction with the United States Hockey League (USHL), has announced that this weekend’s two home games at the Viaero Center against the Omaha Lancers and Sioux City Musketeers have been postponed and will be rescheduled. Per the USHL’s safety protocols, minimum standards were not met to play this weekend’s games. Previously purchased tickets to both of this weekend’s games will be valid on the rescheduled dates. The games affected are the Storm’s home game against the Omaha Lancers on Friday, December 4th, and the Storm’s home game against the Sioux City Musketeers on Sunday, December 6th.

Recap: Storm defeat Force in overtime

By Kendall Grayson 11/21/2020, 8:00pm PST

Hunter Strand scores game winning goal in overtime

Kearney, NE. – The Tri-City Storm defeated the Fargo Force 3-2 in overtime Saturday night at the Viaero Center in Kearney. Caden Villegas, Parker Lindauer, and Hunter Strand scored the goals for the Storm in the win. Todd Scott recorded the victory in net. Hunter Strand scored the game-winning goal in overtime to give Tri-City the win.

 

Caden Villegas scored Tri-City’s only goal of the opening period just over a minute into the game. The goal was scored at 1:10 of the 1st period and was assisted by Victor Czerneckianair and Mark Estapa. The goal was the first of Villegas’ USHL Career. Czerneckianair’s assist was his second of the season, and Estapa’s assist was his first of the year. Tri-City outshot Fargo 6-2 in the opening period and carried a 1-0 lead into the 2nd period.

 

Tristan Broz tied the game at 1-1 at 3:42 of the 2nd period on a goal assisted by Ryan Siedem and Jack Peart. The goal was Broz’s second of the weekend. At 6:20 of the 2nd period, Tri-City’s Parker Lindauer scored his first career USHL game to give the Storm a 2-1 lead on the power play. Lindauer’s goal was assisted by Hunter Strand and Isac Jonsson. The Storm outshot the Force 19-5 in the 2nd period and carried a 2-1 lead into the 3rd period.

 

The only goal of the 3rd period was scored by Fargo’s Mason Salquist with 17 seconds left to play in the game. Fargo’s Brennan Boynton was lifted for an extra attacker with over a minute to play and the Force scored the game-tying goal. The game entered overtime in a 2-2 tie.

 

Tri-City’s Hunter Strand provided the game-winning goal 41 seconds into the extra period. Cole McWard recorded the lone assist on the goal. Strand was named the Game’s 1st Star, Parker Lindauer recorded 2nd Star honors, and Cade Villegas was named the 3rd Star of the Game. Todd Scott recorded the win in net for Tri-City.

 

Tri-City’s road game against the Lincoln Stars on Saturday, November 28th has been postponed and will be rescheduled for a later date. The Storm will now enter a rare off week before returning home for games against the Omaha Lancers and Sioux City Musketeers on Friday, December 4th and Sunday, December 6th. Tri-City has now completed its first five games of the 2020-2021 regular season.

 

The Storm return to action on Friday, December 4th in a home game against the Omaha Lancers. For the latest information regarding the Tri-City Storm, including tickets to the next home game, visit www.StormHockey.com

Preview: Storm seek bounce back win tonight against Force

By Kendall Grayson 11/21/2020, 9:00am PST

Call 308-338-8144 for tickets!

Kearney, NE. – The Tri-City Storm seek a bounce-back victory tonight against the Fargo Force following last night’s 5-2 home loss at the Viaero Center. Kieran Cebrian and Mark Estapa scored Tri-City’s only goals in the loss. Tickets are still available for tonight’s game but are selling fast. Only a few hundred seats remain, and the game is expected to sell out. For tickets, call 308-338-8144 or visit www.StormHockey.com. Puck drop is scheduled for 7:05pm.

 

Tri-City (2-2-0-0) dropped its first home game of the season last night in a three-goal loss to Fargo. Despite the loss, the Storm remain the 2nd place team in the USHL’s Western Conference standings. Through the first four games of the 2020-2021 regular season, Carter Mazur (2), Hunter Strand (2), Mark Estapa (2), Victor Czerneckianair, Cole McWard, Kieran Cebrian, Morgan Winters, and Matthew Knies have scored goals for the Storm. Tri-City’s power-play is currently ranked 7th best in the USHL at 13.6%, and the Storm’s penalty kill is ranked 2nd best in the league at 92.9%. With next weekend’s road game against Lincoln being postponed, Tri-City will return to action following tonight’s game on Friday, December 4th in a home game against the Omaha Lancers.

 

Fargo (3-0-0-0) enters tonight’s game as the USHL’s only undefeated team (of teams who have played at least 1 game this season). Tristan Broz, Ryan Siedem, Jake Braccini (2), and Nick Strom scored in last night’s 5-2 road win over Tri-City. Brennan Boynton made 28 saves on 30 shots to record the win in net. Fargo’s power play is ranked 8th in the USHL this season at 11.1% with only one power-play goal scored. The Force’s penalty kill is currently 3rd best in the league at 90.0%. A win tonight would keep Fargo atop the USHL league standings entering tomorrow afternoon’s road game against the Omaha Lancers.

 

A limited amount of tickets are available for tonight’s game against Fargo and seating capacity at the Viaero Center will be limited to 25%. Fans wishing to attend the games are strongly encouraged to purchased tickets online or at the Viaero Center Box Office prior to the game. Masks are required to enter the arena, while walking on the concourse, in the restrooms, and while in line at the concession stands. Although masks are not required once you are sitting down in the seats, the Tri-City Storm & the Viaero Center strongly recommend masks are worn while seated. Drink specials at the game will include; $2 bottles of Coca-Cola, Diet Coca-Cola, and Water. A new Storm Swirl Frozen Margarita served in a souvenir cup will also be available for purchase at tonight’s game.

 

Tonight’s game is set to begin at 7:05pm CT, and will be streamed live on HockeyTV, and Storm Radio. For tickets to Storm home games at the Viaero Center, call 308-338-8144 or visit www.StormHockey.com

Recap: Storm drop opening game of weekend to Force

By Kendall Grayson 11/20/2020, 7:45pm PST

Kieran Cebrian & Mark Estapa score in Storm loss

Kearney, NE. – The Tri-City Storm dropped the opening game of the weekend to the Fargo Force Friday night at the Viaero Center by a final score of 5-2. Kieran Cebrian and Mark Estapa scored the Storm’s goals in the loss. Tri-City returns to action tomorrow night in another home game against Fargo. Puck drop is scheduled for 7:05pm.

 

Tristan Broz netted the opening goal of the game at 3:57 of the 1st period to give Fargo a 1-0 lead. At 9:09 of the period, Tri-City’s Kieran Cebrian scored his 1st Career USHL Goal to tie the game at 1-1. Isac Jonsson and Josh Eernisse recorded assists on the scoring play. Eernisse’s assist was his 1st career assist and 1st career point in the USHL. Fargo’s Ryan Siedem scored a goal with less than 3 minutes to play in the period to give the Force another lead in the game. Siedem’s goal was netted at 17:33 of the 1st period and was assisted by Casey McDonald. Jake Braccini scored at 18:26 of the 1st period to increase Fargo’s lead to two goals. Braccini’s goal was assisted by Owen Gallatin. Tri-City outshot Fargo 13-9 in the 1st period but trailed 3-1 entering the 2nd period.

 

In the 2nd period, Fargo continued its offensive production with two additional goals in the game. Jake Braccini scored his 2nd goal of the game and 3rd goal of the season at 10:33 of the 2nd period to give Fargo a 4-1 lead. The goal was assisted by Austin Wong and Matt Crasa. Tri-City goaltender Grant Riley was replaced by Todd Scott after recording 9 saves on 13 shots. Nick Strom scored the final goal of the 2nd period to give Fargo a 5-1 advantage entering the 3rd period. Erik Bargholtz and Grant Slukynsky recorded the assists on the goal. Tri-City outshot Fargo 9-5 in the 2nd period but trailed by four goals entering the 3rd period.

 

Mark Estapa scored the only goal of the 3rd period on a goal assisted by Vinny Borgesi and Nicholas Donato. The goal was scored at 2:16 of the 3rd period. Tri-City outshot Fargo 8-5 in the 3rd period and 30-19 overall but fell by a final score of 5-2 Friday night at the Viaero Center. Todd Scott finished the game with 5 saves on 6 shots.

 

A limited amount of tickets are available for tomorrow’s game against the Fargo Force. Seating capacity at the Viaero Center will be limited to 25%. Fans wishing to attend the game are strongly encouraged to purchase tickets online or at the Viaero Center Box Office in advance. Masks are required to enter the arena, while walking on the concourse, in the restrooms, and while in line at the concession stands. Although masks are not required once you are sitting down in the seats, the Tri-City Storm & the Viaero Center strongly recommend masks are worn while seated.

 

The Storm return to action on Saturday, November 21st in a home game against the Fargo Force. For the latest information regarding the Tri-City Storm, including tickets to the next home game, visit www.StormHockey.com

Preview: Storm host Force in back to back games at Viaero Center

By Kendall Grayson 11/20/2020, 7:45am PST

Call 308-338-8144 for tickets!

Kearney, NE. – The Tri-City Storm return to action tonight at the Viaero Center following a thrilling 3-2 (OT) win over the Lincoln Stars in the 2020-2021 Home Opener last Saturday night. Tonight’s opponent is the undefeated Fargo Force. Tickets are available but extremely limited for tonight’s game. Fans are encouraged to purchase in advance at www.StormHockey.com or by calling the Viaero Center Box Office at 308-338-8144. Puck drop for tonight’s showdown between the Storm and the Force is set for 7:05pm.

 

Tri-City (2-1-0-0) heavily outshot the Lincoln Stars last Saturday night 35-9 but required overtime to record the victory in the 2020-2021 Home Opener at the Viaero Center. After Morgan Winters netted his first Career USHL Goal in the 2nd period, and Carter Mazur scored his second goal of the season in the 2nd period, Victor Czerneckianair netted the game-winning goal thirty-seven seconds into overtime to give the Storm the win. The goal was Czerneckianair’s first of his USHL career. Parker Lindauer and Caden Villegas recorded assists on Morgan Winter’s goal. Kyle Aucoin recorded the lone assist on Carter Mazur’s goal, and Vinny Borgesi recorded the only assist on Czerneckianair’s overtime goal. Todd Scott made 7 saves on 9 shots to record the win in net for Tri-City. The Storm outshot Lincoln 15-1 in the 2nd period and came close to tying a team record. Twice in team history, Tri-City has not allowed a single shot on goal in a single period (@ Green Bay January 26th, 2007 & vs. Des Moines November 17th, 2017).

 

Fargo (2-0-0-0) enters tonight’s game averaging five goals scored per game after a 5-3 defeat of the Sioux Falls Stampede in the Season Opener on Friday, November 13th and a 5-0 road shutout of the Stampede on Saturday, November 14th. No team in the Western Conference has scored more goals this season than the Force (10), and of teams who have played multiple games so far this year, no team has allowed fewer goals than the Force (3). Brennan Boynton posted a shutout in net Saturday night following Andrew Miller’s win in the Home Opener on Friday. Austin Wong (2), Ryan Richardson (2), Tyler Rollwagen (2), Mason Salquist, Jacob Braccini, Matthew Crasa, and Jeremy Davidson have all scored goals for Fargo this season. Fargo finished the 2019-2020 regular season in 2nd place in the Western Conference standings with a final record of 27-15-4-2.

 

A limited amount of tickets are available for tonight’s game against Fargo and tomorrow’s game against Fargo. Seating capacity at the Viaero Center will be limited to 25% for both home games this weekend. Fans wishing to attend the games are strongly encouraged to purchased tickets online or at the Viaero Center Box Office prior to each game. Masks are required to enter the arena, while walking on the concourse, in the restrooms, and while in line at the concession stands. Although masks are not required once you are sitting down in the seats, the Tri-City Storm & the Viaero Center strongly recommend masks are worn while seated. $5 Kids Tickets are available with the purchase of an adult ticket. Drink specials at the game will include; $2 Busch Light 16oz cans, $2 bottles of Coca-Cola, Diet Coca-Cola, and Water.

 

Tonight’s game is set to begin at 7:05pm CT, and will be streamed live on HockeyTV, and Storm Radio. For tickets to Storm home games at the Viaero Center, call 308-338-8144 or visit www.StormHockey.com

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Storm defeat Stars in 2020 Home Opener at Viaero Center

By Kendall Grayson 11/14/2020, 8:45pm PST

Victor Czerneckianair scores overtime game-winning

Storm host Stars for 2020 Home Opener at Viaero Center

By Kendall Grayson 11/14/2020, 9:30am PST

Call 308-338-8144 for tickets! Game expected to sell out.

Recap: Storm look ahead to Home Opener following road loss to Lancers

By Kendall Grayson 11/13/2020, 8:00pm PST

Matthew Knies scores only goal in road loss

Storm begin three-game weekend in Omaha

By Kendall Grayson 11/13/2020, 5:00am PST

Game will be streamed on HockeyTV & Storm Radio

Recap: Storm begin regular season with road victory over Sioux City

By Kendall Grayson 11/07/2020, 7:45pm PST

Hunter Strand (2), Carter Mazur, Cole McWard, Mark Estapa score in Storm win.

Storm set to open regular season against Musketeers

By Kendall Grayson 11/07/2020, 5:00am PST

Game will be streamed on HockeyTV & Storm Radio

Storm road game rescheduled

By USHL Media 11/04/2020, 1:30pm PST

Tri-City's season opening game at Des Moines has been postponed

Storm acquire 2022 Phase I Draft Pick in transaction

By Kendall Grayson 11/03/2020, 3:00pm PST

Tri-City completes trade with Lincoln Stars

Storm announce roster for 2020-2021 season

By Kendall Grayson 11/03/2020, 1:45pm PST

Storm open season Saturday in Sioux City. Home Opener is Nov. 14th

Tri-City completes Corn Cup, looks ahead to regular season

By Kendall Grayson 10/31/2020, 7:45pm PDT

Eight players score in Tri-City's 9-0 win over Lincoln. Todd Scott records shutout.

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