Every week, the league the Quad City Storm play hockey in names a player of the week. This week, the Southern Professional Hockey League selected one of the Quad City Storm's fan-favorite players.

Michael Moran, a forward for the Quad City Storm since the 2021-2022 season, was selected as the Warrior/SPHL Player of the Week for February, 28-March 5.

On Thursday, even though the Storm lost, Moran's name was called as an assist to the game's only goal in their 4-1 matchup against the Pensacola Ice Flyers.

Saturday, however, Moran scored the game-winning overtime goal against the Pensacola Ice Flyers, taking a spinning pass from Storm Captain, Taylor Pryce. The Storm came back from a 2-0 deficit that night to win in overtime.

Sunday, the Storm won in a shootout against the Pensacola Ice Flyers, giving the Storm 4/6 possible points for the weekend, and Moran played a major roll in that victory as well.

First, Moran assisted the first goal scored in the game. Next, he scored a goal in the second period, and then scored the game tying goal, sending the game into overtime.

The Storm took a win in a shootout after Davis Kirkendall was the only member of the Storm to score, while Storm goalie Kevin Resop stopped every challenger he faced.

A total of three goals and two assists brought Moran the Southern Professional Hockey League awarded Player of The Week.

Upcoming for the Quad City Storm are five games in a row against the first place Peoria Rivermen, with one game at home but four on the road.

11 games remain in the season, but only four of them are home games at the Vibrant Arena at The Mark. Because of the folding Vermilion County Bobcats, six of those games are against the rival Peoria Rivermen.

Get your tickets when you can, because the final moments of this season are sure to be action-packed.

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