Sunday, March 18, 2018

Mallards and Grizzlies Both Continue Streaks

 The Quad City Mallards have added another game to their losing streak, bringing the total up to four games after their contest with the Utah Grizzlies on Wednesday.

Whose Number Should the Mallards Retire Next?

MOLINE, Ill. – It’s been five years since the Quad City Mallards retired Glen Stewart’s number on January 4, 2013.

Mallards Fry Walleye in Close Game

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.

Mallards’ Special Teams Shine Against Wings MOLINE, IL – Even though it’s February, and it's freezing, the Quad City Mallards are going streaking. The Mallards have now won four straight games...

Mallards Stage Comeback Against Wings

KALAMAZOO, Mich. – Another Pink in the Rink night, another home team loss. On Saturday, the Quad City Mallards had lost 5-1 to the Fort Wayne Komets on their last night of Pink in the Rink, but when the Illinois-based team traveled to another team’s Pink in the Rink, their luck was different

Komets Serve Roast Duck

The Komets just plain out-skated the Mallards throughout the entire night, as well as out-checked, out-passed, and out-scored. The Komets waged a war of attrition on the Mallards, speeding up and down and side to side on the ice as they completed crisp passes and wore the home team down.

Indianapolis Races Over Mallards

The Quad City Mallards were seeking their fifth straight win on Friday when the Indy Fuel came to town, donning hot pink sweaters for Pink in the Rink.

Mallards and Tulsa Face Off in the 12-Week-Long ECHL Game

It was a game two and a half months in the running, and not even regulation was enough to finish it.

Flash Goals Doom Thunder

The Quad City Mallards have been body-snatched, but none of the fans will complain. Rapid fire goals silenced Wichita on Saturday at the TaxSlayer Center.

Mallards KO Wings

The Quad City Mallards have begun an upward swing, playing some of their best hockey of the season on Friday night against the Kalamazoo Wings.