Kearney, Neb. – Dayton Rasmussen pitched his first USHL shutout and the Tri-City Storm scored four goals in the first to white wash the Cedar Rapids RoughRiders, 6-0, Friday on Color Out Cancer Night at the Viaero Center.
The Storm played on ice painted with the names of those affected by cancer. Last night, Storm players and coaches joined hundreds from the community to color the ice.
Wyllum Deveaux and Alex Limoges each scored their first multi-goal games of the season. Limoges led the Storm with three points. He is tied for a club-best four goals and leads Tri-City with eight points.
Rasmussen fought off two shots in the third and made 18 saves. The Storm cruised with 46 shots, the most the club has attempted in regulation this season.
Meanwhile, Tri-City’s power play went 2-for-5, giving the Storm seven man-up goals over its last four games.
Tri-City continues Storm Fights Cancer Weekend on Saturday at 7:05 p.m. against Lincoln with Concrete Cares Night, presented by Kearney Concrete. Tri-City will wear one-night-only specialty jerseys available for auction after the game with all funds going to cancer research.