The Quad City Storm are proud to partner with the QC Fire hockey team for their 11th Annual Charity Hockey Game.

This year they're playing against Chicago Fire Hockey to benefit Clinton Fire Department Lieutenant Eric Hosette's family and Firefighter Adam Cain. Lt. Hosette lost his life and Cain sustained serious injuries in January while fighting a fire.

Get out early Saturday, March 2 at the TaxSlayer Center to watch the QC Fire vs Chicago Fire in a pregame charity hockey game at 4:15. Then stay to watch the Storm take on the Roanoke Rail Yard Dawgs at 7:10 PM.

The Quad City Fire Hockey Team is made of 15+ firefighters from local fire departments with 7 area departments represented. In 10 years they have raised $40,000 for various causes.

Tickets are $20 and will get you into both games. Purchase them either at the door or online here. Season ticket holders can get a ticket to the charity game for just $5 with 100% of the proceeds being donated to the cause.