Four former Quad City Mallards signed with the same team over the off-season. Wonder where they went no further; the answer is here.
With the Kelly Cup Playoffs completed and the dust settled after the Quad City Mallards’ ultimate season as we know it, it’s time to look back at the past.
Since the announcement that the Quad City Mallards were folding at the end of the ECHL season, there have been many scenarios rolled out regarding the future of the Mallards franchise. The Sin Bin's Matthew Harding looks at three options.
INDEPENDENCE, Mo. - David Rainey snapped these great shots from Sunday's contest between the Kansas City Mavericks and Quad City Mallards.
MOLINE, Ill. - After a very tumultuous season through all phases of the organization, Quad City Mallards owner Jordan Melville said Tuesday morning the team will cease operations at the end of the season, casting a significant cloud of doubt on the future of hockey in the Quad Cities
TOLEDO, OH - Coming off a route from the previous night which saw Toledo clinch a Kelly Cup playoff berth, the Walleye and Mallards squared up once again for a rematch at the Huntington Center.
TOLEDO, Ohio - Hockey returned to the Huntington Center Friday night as the Quad City Mallards flew into Toledo to take on the Walleye. The game was the beginning of a seven-game in ten-day stretch for the Walleye, and Toledo looked to get off on the right foot.
Entering the 2018 trade deadline, the Central Division is in a unique spot. Dominated by two teams, the Toledo Walleye and Ft. Wayne Komets, four teams are in the midst of a battle to win the remaining two playoff spots.
CINCINNATI, Ohio - The Cincinnati Cyclones (31-21-2-0) faceoff against the Quad City Mallards (20-32-3-1) for their annual Pucks & Pups Night. Cincinnati head into the contest...
The Quad City Mallards completed a three games in three days stretch on Sunday, their final opponent in less than 48 hours being the Toledo Walleye. Both teams had traveled five hours overnight from their last game.