The Quad-City Storm have only been around for one season, but their time in the area has already left a big impact.
Members of the Storm returned to the Quad-Cities this past weekend to participate in the National DekHockey Association Summer Tournament, their first time back since the season ended in April.
They couldn’t wait to come back.
“It honestly feels like I haven’t left,” goaltender Peter DiSalvo said. “Just driving down here, we just wanted the drive to be over with, we wanted to be back here so badly. Honestly, I don’t want to go home; I wish the season was starting.”
There’s still three months before the Storm open their season on the road against the Peoria Rivermen on Oct. 19, but head coach Dave Pszenyczny seems to be understanding that the success of the franchise, only entering its second season, depends on more than just what happens on the ice.
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