MOLINE, IL – The Quad City Storm secured four of six possible points over the weekend and now holds sole possession of 1st place in the SPHL for the first time in franchise history.

On Friday the storm took their first road victory against the Vermillion County Bobcats with a 5-1 win. Five different Storm players tallied goals in the effort and netminder Kevin Resop stopped 29 of the 30 shots he faced.

Sunday's Game

After the Storm took an 8-5 win against the Evansville Thunderbolts on Sunday, they had Trick-Or-Treat on the ice!

Quad City Storm Trick-or-Treat
Quad City Storm Trick-or-Treat, Tommy Stang
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Forwards Mike Moran and Cole Golka led the way with a pair of goals and an assist each and goaltender Ryan Edquist recorded his first win in his first start of the season.

Quad City Storm Trick-or-Treat
Quad City Storm Trick-or-Treat, Mike Moran
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Hundreds of kids showed up in their coolest costumes!

Quad City Storm Trick-or-Treat
Quad City Storm Trick-or-Treat, Filip Virgili
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The Storm returns to Vibrant Arena at the Mark Friday and Saturday, November 4th and 5th for two games against their rival the Peoria Rivermen.

Friday Game

Friday the Storm celebrates Día de Los Muertos with Day of the Dead Night presented by Ray’z Barbershop. The Storm will be wearing specialty Day of the Dead jerseys that will be auctioned postgame to raise money for Mercado on Fifth.

Day of the Dead STorm Jersey
Day of the Dead STorm Jersey
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Mercado vendors will be on the concourse selling crafts and food including tamales, elote, champurrado, and more.

Saturday Game

Saturday is Scout Night presented by the Illowa Council. A special ticket and patch offer for scouts is available online and the Illowa Council is hosting a sleepover and movie night on the ice after the game.

For more information on the postgame event, scout parents can contact the Illowa Council directly.

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