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Minor-league team to honor KISS with spectacular band-themed jerseys

Quad City of SPHL to celebrate legendary rock group Saturday

by Pat Pickens @Pat_Pickens / NHL.com Staff Writer

The Quad City Storm are going to rock and roll all night Saturday.

The Southern Professional Hockey League team is KISS, with unique jerseys that celebrate the legendary rock band and the world's largest KISS fan-face picture during its game against Evansville.

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Quad City is celebrating the KISS concert in Moline, Illinois, where Quad City plays home games, on Sunday, and each jersey will have an image of the four band members along with a KISS-themed Storm logo on the front, with the band's name and each player's name on the back. The team will auction the jerseys off after the game .

The band's four members, Gene Simmons, Paul Stanley, Tommy Thayer and Eric Singer, each also signed individual jerseys with their names on them, and those will be auctioned on the Quad City website starting March 8. All auction proceeds will benefit the USO of Illinois.

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