Pszenyczny is the only head coach in Quad City Storm history, taking the job in 2018. He is 66-68-22 and guided the Storm to a 32-15-9 finish this past season.
Despite falling in the SPHL semifinals, the Quad City Storm achieved a bunch of firsts this year — a 10-game winning streak, a fifth-place regular season finish, a playoff berth and a playoff series win.
After dominating from start to finish in a Game 1 win over the Peoria Rivermen, the Quad City Storm were a step slow, out-hit and out of position in a 5-1 loss in Game 2 Friday at the Peoria Civic Center.
Since the Quad City Storm joined the SPHL, their battles with the Peoria Rivermen have been slugfests, but with Quad City only mustering the occasional body blow against one of the league's top teams.
The Quad City Storm defeated the Peoria Rivermen, 4-1, in the first game of the 2022 SPHL's President’s Cup semifinals at the TaxSlayer Center in Moline.
The Storm were 7-5-4 this season against the Rivermen, including winning the last two games of the regular season.
FAYETTEVILLE, N.C — With their backs against the wall the past two games, the Quad City Storm played some of their best hockey.
FAYETTEVILLE, N.C. — In a must-win game, the Quad City Storm relied on their stars.
Fayetteville has had a knack for capitalizing on the bounces this season. It was the difference Wednesday night.
In his fifth year as a pro, Shane Bennett has put it all together.
The Quad City Storm are making their first playoff appearance franchise history when they take on the Fayetteville Marksmen Wednesday at the TaxSlayer Center, the first game of a best-of-three series.
After clinching the first playoff berth in franchise history more than a month ago, the Quad City Storm finally know who they will be facing in the first round.
The Quad City Storm's rival Peoria Rivermen entered Friday's game looking to maintain control of the second spot in the SPHL standings and maybe even inch closer to league-leading Knoxville heading into Saturday's final day of the regular season for much of the league.
Storm clinch No. 5 seed
Through 37 minutes of game time Friday the Quad City Storm were battling last-place Vermilion County in a scoreless tie. Thanks to Quad City goaltender Kevin Resop and the Storm defense pitching a shutout, Quad City still had plenty of time to find the back of the net in a 2-0 win.
In the regular season home finale, in front of the first sold out crowd in team history, the Quad City Storm gave their fans some free hockey.
After spending much of the season being shuttled between the SPHL and primarily a bench spot in the ECHL, the youngest player in the SPHL decided the best thing for his future was to spend the rest of the season with the Storm, foregoing any future ECHL call-ups.
Kevin Resop stopped all 25 shots he faced for the first shutout of his career. He's now 7-4-1 with a 2.49 goals against average since joining the Storm in January.
EVANSVILLE — The Quad City Storm wasted little time getting their first penalty Saturday and the hosting Evansville Thunderbolts wasted even less taking advantage.
A center by trade, Shinkaruk has spent the majority of this season playing as a defenseman for the Quad City Storm, and has been an impact player for the Storm as they prepare for their first postseason in franchise history.
KNOXVILLE — Seven times through the first two and a half periods of Saturday's game against the Knoxville Ice Bears the Quad City Storm put their opponents on the power play. Seven times they killed it off.
KNOXVILLE — Through 54 minutes of hockey Friday night, it would have been difficult for the Quad City Storm and the Knoxville Ice Bears to have been more even.
EVANSVILLE, Ind. — Less than 24 hours after beating Evansville on its home ice, the Quad City Storm traveled to the Ford Center and used an explosive first period to finish the weekend sweep over the Thunderbolts.