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Five Storm Players Notch Milestones, Tri-City Defeats Waterloo, 5-2

December 3, 2016 - Kearney, Neb. - Eric Dop recorded his first USHL win, three Storm skaters recorded their first USHL points and Logan Drevitch scored his first Tri-City goal, gunning the Storm to a 5-2 win over the Waterloo Black Hawks Saturday at the Viaero Center. Ronnie Attard notched his first USHL point and goal 2:30 into the third to give the Storm a 4-2 lead. Jack Summers earned an assist in his USHL debut. Nicholas Nardella also recorded his first USHL point, assisting on Drevitch's goal. Meanwhile, Dop stepped up with 14 saves... Full Story

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Storm Game Preview: Tri-City "Scouts" for Win in Matinee against Waterloo

December 3, 2016 - Kearney, Neb. - The Tri-City Storm (7-9-2-2, 18 pts., T-6th Western) meets the Waterloo Black Hawks for Boy Scout Day, a matinee start Saturday at 3:05 p.m. More than 1,300 local boy scouts will be in attendance, with Cabela's providing an archery range and other fun games on the concourse. The Storm will wear one-game-only specialty jerseys. Last night, Waterloo won the season-series opener, 4-1. Hawks Leading scorer Nick Swaney had two goals. Jace Foskey picked up his first USHL point, assisting on Danny DiGrande's four... Full Story

Black Hawks Bounce Storm, 4-1

December 2, 2016 - Kearney, Neb. - Danny DiGrande tallied, but Robbie Beydoun made 28 saves and the Waterloo Black Hawks defeated the Tri-City Storm, 4-1, Friday at the Viaero Center. DiGrande's goal, his fourth of the season, came with 6:30 remaining, assisted by Jace Foskey and Adam Goodsir. Foskey earned his first USHL point. The Black Hawks scored three goals in the second period to gain control after Dayton Rasmussen made 13 saves in the first. The Storm pulled Rasmussen in favor of Dop a minute after Waterloo jumped in front, 4-0. ... Full Story

Forward Nicholas Nardella Joins Storm Roster

December 2, 2016 - Kearney, Neb. - Forward Nicholas Nardella has joined the Tri-City Storm's active roster as an eligible affiliate player, Head Coach and General Manager Bill Muckalt announced Friday. Nardella has played in two games for Tri-City this season, October 14-15. In eight games this season with the Chicago Mission U18 program, the 17-year-old has two goals and ten points. The 17-year-old is the younger brother of former Storm defenseman Bobby Nardella, who set the Storm's single-season record for points by a defenseman (42) i... Full Story


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