The Quad City Storm ice hockey team enjoyed a winning weekend, securing two victories out of three matches. The games pulled in a stunning combined crowd of 16,960, setting a new weekly attendance record for the team. The Storm triumphed over the Evansville Thunderbolts on Thursday with a score of 4-3, and successfully started a two-game series against the Huntsville Havoc with a 4-2 win on Friday. Despite losing to the Havoc on Saturday, the Storm holds onto its sixth place standing in the Southern Professional Hockey League. Off the rink, the Storm remains culturally active, preparing for its upcoming Hockey Fights Cancer Night, in association with UnityPoint Health. Specialty jerseys will be donned during the game, to be auctioned off afterwards to raise funds for the Trinity Health Foundation. In the lead up to this event, the Storm is hosting an annual Hockey Fights Cancer Paint The Ice event, open to the public to commemorate loved ones who have battled or are battling cancer. Expect another exhilarating game this Friday against the Peoria Rivermen.