Sport / Ice Hockey
/ American USHL
| 02 May 21 ||Tri-City Storm || ||2 - 3 || ||Fargo Force|
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| 24 Apr 21 ||Tri-City Storm || ||2 - 3 || ||Omaha Lancers|
| 24 Apr 21 ||Omaha Lancers || ||4 - 0 || ||Tri-City Storm|
| 22 Apr 21 ||Sioux City || ||3 - 1 || ||Tri-City Storm|
The Tri-City Storm is a Tier I junior ice hockey team based in Kearney, Nebraska, that plays in the Western Conference of the United States Hockey League (USHL). Its name refers to the three central Nebraskan cities of Kearney, Hastings, and Grand Island.Team Members
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The Viaero Center, previously known as the Kearney Event Center and Firstier Event Center, is a 5,000-seat multi-purpose arena in Kearney, Nebraska. It opened in November 2000 as the Tri-City Arena. It is home to the 2016 USHL Clark Cup Champions Tri-City Storm ice hockey, and former teams, the Nebraska Cranes basketball and Tri-City Diesel arena football. Seating capacity for hockey, basketball and arena football is 4,047.
The arena features 20 luxury suites and also plays host to concerts, trade shows, conventions and other events. Fanart