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Storm’s season ends in Conference Finals loss

By Kendall Grayson 05/11/2022, 9:00am PDT

Record-breaking 2021-2022 season comes to a close

SIOUX CITY. IA – The Tri-City Storm’s season came to an end Tuesday night in a Western Conference Finals series loss to the Sioux City Musketeers. Tri-City dropped the third and final game of the series by a final score of 2-0 at the Tyson Events Center. The Storm finished the Clark Cup Playoffs with a 2-3-0 record after sweeping the Omaha Lancers in the Western Conference Semifinals round of the postseason.  

 

Tri-City outshot Sioux City 12-5 in Tuesday’s 1st period, and the 2nd period began in a scoreless tie. Grant Slukynsky netted the only goal of the 2nd period to give the Musketeers a one-goal lead. The goal was scored even-strength at 12:20 of the period. Tabor Heaslip and Owen Fowler each notched an assist on the scoring play. Sioux City outshot Tri-City by a 10-9 margin in the 2nd period. The Storm trailed 1-0 entering the 3rd period.  

 

The Storm lifted goaltender Arsenii Sergeev for an extra attacker in the final minutes of Tuesday’s 3rd period. Tri-City was unable to tie the game, and the team surrendered an empty-net goal with less than one second remaining. The final goal of Tuesday’s game was scored by Ben Doran at 19:59 of the 3rd period. The Storm outshot the Musketeers by a margin of 10-4 in the 3rd period, and 31-19 overall in the game.  

 

Arsenii Sergeev made 17 saves on 18 shots and recorded the loss in goal for Tri-City. Alex Tracy turned away all 31 of the Storm’s shots on net to notch a shutout victory in net for Sioux City.  

 

Season tickets for the 2022-2023 season are on sale now, and can be purchased by calling the Viaero Center Box Office during Box Office Hours at 308-338-8144, or by contacting a member of the Storm sales staff.  

 

For the latest information regarding the Tri-City Storm, skate to www.StormHockey.com. #StormAhead 

Storm hits road for third game of Series

By Kendall Grayson 05/10/2022, 3:00am PDT

Game will be streamed on HockeyTV & Storm Radio

SIOUX CITY, IA – The Tri-City Storm hits the road for Game #3 of the Western Conference Final series against the Sioux City Musketeers after dropping the opening two games of the series on home ice last weekend. The Storm must win tonight’s third game of the series to force a fourth game tomorrow night at the Tyson Events Center. Puck drop for Game #3 of the Western Conference Finals tonight in Sioux City is scheduled for 7:05pm CT.  

  

Tri-City (#1 Seed, 2-2-0) returns to action tonight in the Clark Cup Playoffs following last Saturday’s 4-3 loss to the Sioux City Musketeers at the Viaero Center. The Storm nearly erased a four-goal deficit in the game, but fell short of completing the comeback. Jeremy Wilmer, Drew Montgomery, and Ilya Nikolaev scored Tri-City's goals in the loss. Sebastian Wraneschitz and Arsenii Sergeev each saw time in net for the Storm during Saturday’s loss. Sergeev replaced Wraneschitz in goal following the 1st period and played the remainder of the game for Tri-City. Postseason scoring leaders for the Storm entering tonight’s road game against Sioux City include Ilya Nikolaev (5), Cole O’Hara (2), and Mitchell Miller (2). The Storm won three of four games played against the Musketeers at the Tyson Events Center during the 2021-2022 regular season.  

 

Sioux City (#2 Seed, 4-1-0) is one win away from advancing to the 2022 Clark Cup Final following back-to-back road wins over the Storm at the Viaero Center last weekend. The Musketeers have scored four consecutive goals in each of the team’s wins over the Storm to this point in the Western Conference Finals. Ben Steeves (2), Nick Pierre, and Dylan James scored Sioux City’s goals in Saturday’s 4-3 road victory over Tri-City. Alex Tracy turned away 21 of the Storm’s 24 shots on net to record the win in goal for the Musketeers. Tracy improved to 4-1-0 in postseason play with the victory. Scoring leaders for Sioux City in the Clark Cup Playoffs entering tonight’s home game include Ben Steeves (6), Dylan James (2), Nick Pierre (2), and Bennett Schimek (2).  

 

Tonight’s game is set to begin at 7:05pm CT and will be broadcast on HockeyTV, and Storm Radio. #StormAhead 

Storm Comeback Falls Short in Game #2

By Kendall Grayson 05/07/2022, 8:15pm PDT

Jeremy Wilmer, Drew Montgomery, Ilya Nikolaev score in loss

KEARNEY, NE. – The Tri-City Storm’s comeback efforts fell short in Saturday’s 4-3 home loss to the Sioux City Musketeers. The Storm scored the final three goals of the game after falling behind 4-0 in the 1st period. Jeremy Wilmer, Drew Montgomery, and Ilya Nikolaev scored Tri-City's goals in the game. The Storm dropped back-to-back home games this weekend, and now must win Game #3 on Tuesday to continue play in the Western Conference Finals.  

Sioux City netted four 1st period goals to take a 4-0 lead in Saturday’s second game of the 2022 Western Conference Final. The team’s first goal was scored by Nick Pierre at 6:12 of the 1st period. The goal was Pierre’s second of the postseason and was scored unassisted. Dylan James netted his second goal of the playoffs at 9:51 to give the Musketeers a 2-0 advantage. James’ goal was assisted by Ben Doran. Ben Steeves scored two goals during Saturday’s 1st period. His first was netted at 16:13 of the period, and was his fifth of the postseason. The second goal netted by Steeves in Saturday’s 1st period was scored with two seconds left to play. Damien Carfagna notched an assist on the goal. The final goal of the 1st period was scored on the powerplay. Sioux City outshot Tri-City 11-6 in the 1st period, and the Musketeers carried a 4-0 lead into the 2nd period.  

Arsenii Sergeev replaced Sebastian Wraneschitz in net for Tri-City to begin the 2nd period. The Storm scored the only goal of the 2nd period with less than four minutes to play to bring the game to a 4-1 score. Jeremy Wilmer netted his first goal of the postseason at 16:32, and Tri-City trailed by three goals. Wilmer’s goal was assisted by Cole O’Hara. Tri-City outshot Sioux City 10-6 in the 2nd period.  

Drew Montgomery scored the Storm’s second goal of the game at 3:40 of the final period. Montgomery’s goal was his first of the playoffs, and was assisted by Victor Czerneckianair. Ilya Nikolaev scored his team-leading fifth goal of the postseason at 10:57 of the 3rd period to bring the Storm within a single goal of the Musketeers’ lead. Jeremy Wilmer and Mitchell Miller each notched an assist on the scoring play. Tri-City lifted goaltender Arsenii Sergeev from the next for an extra attacker with just over one minute to play in the game, but the team was unable to score a game-tying goal. Tri-City outshot Sioux City 8-4 in the 3rd period, and 24-21 overall in the matchup.  

Sebastian Wraneschitz recorded the loss in goal for the Storm after making 7 saves on 11 shots in the opening twenty minutes of play. Arsenii Sergeev finished the game in net for Tri-City, and stopped all 10 of Sioux City’s shots. Alex Tracy captured the win in goal for the Musketeers after turning away 21 of the Storm’s 24 shots on net. Saturday’s game was played in front of a crowd of 2,542 at the Viaero Center.  

The series now shifts to the Tyson Events Center for the third game of the 2022 Western Conference Finals. Puck drop for Tuesday’s third game of the series is scheduled for 7:05pm CT.  

For the latest information regarding the Tri-City Storm, skate to www.StormHockey.com. #StormAhead 

Storm seeks to even playoff series

By Kendall Grayson 05/07/2022, 11:15am PDT

Call 308-338-8144 for tickets!

KEARNEY, NE – The Tri-City Storm seeks to even the Western Conference Finals series against the Sioux City Musketeers after dropping last night’s game by a final score of 5-4 at the Viaero Center. Tri-City will host Sioux City tonight in the second game of the best-of-five series. Tickets are available to purchase at www.StormHockey.com, or by calling the Viaero Center Box Office during Box Office Hours at 308-338-8144. Puck drop for Game #2 of the 2022 Western Conference Finals between the Sioux City Musketeers and the Tri-City Storm is set for 7:05pm CT. 

  

Tri-City (#1 Seed, 2-1-0) seeks a bounce-back victory in tonight’s home playoff game after dropping its first game of the 2022 Clark Cup Playoffs last night at the Viaero Center. Cole O’Hara, Gavin Brindley, Graham Gamache, and Mitchell Miller all scored goals for Tri-City in the loss. Goal scorers for the Storm through the opening three games of the postseason include Ilya Nikolaev (4), Cole O’Hara (2), Mitchell Miller (2), Dane Dowiak, Gavin Brindley, Kieran Cebrian, Graham Gamache, Victor Czerneckianair, Josh Eernisse, and Lleyton Roed. The Storm enters tonight’s game with a home record in the postseason of 1-1-0. Tri-City opened the playoffs by capturing a 7-4 win over the Omaha Lancers in Game #1 of the team’s Western Conference Semifinals series on April 30th. The Storm will travel to the Tyson Events Center for Game #3 on Tuesday following tonight’s home game at the Viaero Center. 

  

Sioux City (#2 Seed, 3-1-0) scored the final four goals of Friday’s game to take a 1-0 series lead over the Storm after falling behind 4-1. Ben Steeves, Dylan James, Charlie Schoen, Nick Pierre, and Bennett Schimek scored goals for Sioux City in last night’s road victory. Alex Tracy recorded the win in goal for the Musketeers after making 35 saves on 39 shots. Goal scorers for Sioux City through the team’s opening four games of the postseason include Ben Steeves (4), Bennett Schimek (2), Dylan James, Nick Pierre, Luke Antonacci, Tomi Leppanen, Charlie Schoen, and Tabor Heaslip. Sioux City enters tonight’s game with a 2-0-0 record in road games during the 2022 Clark Cup Playoffs. The Musketeers became the first team to record a win over the Storm in postseason play in last night’s 5-4 win at the Viaero Center.   

  

Tonight’s game is set to begin at 7:05pm CT and will be broadcast on HockeyTV, and Storm Radio. #StormAhead 

Storm drops opening game of Conference Finals 5-4

By Kendall Grayson 05/06/2022, 9:15pm PDT

Cole O’Hara, Gavin Brindley, Graham Gamache, Mitchell Miller score in loss

KEARNEY, NE. – The Tri-City Storm dropped the opening game of the 2022 Western Conference Finals series against the Sioux City Musketeers by a final score of 5-4 Friday night at the Viaero Center. The Storm surrendered the game-winning goal in the final five seconds of the 3rd period to fall behind 1-0 in the best-of-five series. Cole O’Hara, Gavin Brindley, Graham Gamache, and Mitchell Miller scored the Storm’s goals in the loss. The Storm will host Game #2 of the 2022 Western Conference Finals at the Viaero Center tomorrow. Puck drop is set for 7:05pm CT.

 

Cole O’Hara scored his second goal of the postseason just over three minutes into Friday’s game. The goal was netted at 3:06 of the period, and was assisted by Jeremy Wilmer. Ben Steeves scored his fourth goal of the playoffs for Sioux City with under five minutes to play in Friday’s 1st period to bring the game to a 1-1 score. Ralfs Bergmanis notched an assist on the scoring play. The Storm outshot the Musketeers 13-10 in the 1st period, and the 2nd period began in a 1-1 tie.

 

Gavin Brindley scored shorthanded for Tri-City less than a minute in Friday’s 2nd period to give the Storm a one-goal lead. Graham Gamache scored his first goal of the playoffs at 7:42 of the period to put Tri-City ahead by two goals. The goal netted by Gamache was assisted by Gavin Brindley and Dane Dowiak. Mitchell Miller scored his second goal of the playoffs at 9:20 of the period to give the Storm a 4-1 lead. Miller’s goal was assisted by Drew Montgomery and Ilya Nikolaev. Dylan James scored his first goal of the postseason for Sioux City twenty-one seconds later to bring the score to 4-2. Charlie Schoen added a goal for Sioux City at 11:08 of the period to bring the Musketeers back within one goal of the Storm’s lead. Schoen’s goal was scored five-on-three and was assisted by Dylan James and Ben Steeves. Tri-City outshot Sioux City 15-5 in the 2nd period, and carried a one-goal lead into the 3rd period.

 

Nick Pierre scored his first goal of the playoffs at 3:22 of the 3rd period to bring the game to a 4-4 tie. The goal was assisted by Charlie Schoen and Kirklan Irey. The final goal of the game was netted by Bennett Schimek with five seconds left to play. Schimek’s goal was assisted by Dylan James, and gave Sioux City a 5-4 victory. Tri-City outshot Sioux City 11-10 in the 3rd period, and 39-25 overall in the game.

 

Arsenii Sergeev recorded the loss in net for the Storm after making 20 saves on 25 shots. Alex Tracy picked up the win in net for the Musketeers after making 35 saves on 39 shots. Attendance for the game was 2,422.

 

Tickets for tomorrow’s home playoff game in Kearney are available to purchase at www.StormHockey.com, or by calling the Viaero Center Box Office during Box Office Hours at 308-338-8144. Puck drop for Game #2 of the 2022 Western Conference Finals between the Sioux City Musketeers and the Tri-City Storm is set for 7:05pm CT.

 

For the latest information regarding the Tri-City Storm, skate to www.StormHockey.com. #StormAhead

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Storm open weekend with 4-1 win over Phantoms

By Kendall Grayson 01/17/2020, 6:45pm PST

Mitchell Miller (2), Colby Ambrosio, Joe Berg score in Storm win

Storm set for weekend series against Phantoms

By Kendall Grayson 01/17/2020, 4:00am PST

Tri-City has won six of its last eight games

Storm begin road trip with 4-3 win over Waterloo

By Kendall Grayson 01/14/2020, 7:30pm PST

Ambrosio (2), Cipollone, Miller score in Storm win over Waterloo

Storm add forward Joey Cipollone to roster

By Kendall Grayson 01/14/2020, 11:15am PST

Joey Cipollone returns to Storm

Storm travel to Young Arena for battle with Black Hawks

By Kendall Grayson 01/14/2020, 4:00am PST

Tri-City begins three game road trip in Waterloo

Storm defeated by Black Hawks 3-2

By Kendall Grayson 01/11/2020, 8:00pm PST

Colby Ambrosio & Chase McLane score again in Storm loss

Storm host Black Hawks for “Throwback Weekend”

By Kendall Grayson 01/11/2020, 9:45am PST

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Storm drop overtime decision to Waterloo 3-2

By Kendall Grayson 01/10/2020, 9:15pm PST

Colby Ambrosio & Chase McLane score goals in Storm loss

Storm acquire Todd Scott, Ryan Ouellette, in multiple transactions

By Kendall Grayson 01/10/2020, 8:45am PST

Todd Scott and Ryan Ouellette join Storm

Storm host conference leading Black Hawks at Viaero Center

By Kendall Grayson 01/10/2020, 7:45am PST

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