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
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.
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.
It was a game two and a half months in the running, and not even regulation was enough to finish it.
MOLINE, IL -- While the Quad City Mallards are on the road, it’s time to look back at a former Mallard player to see where life and hockey have taken them since leaving the Flock.
It was a dank and dreary night in Moline, a herald of what was to come for the Quad City Mallards. A three-goal lead quickly vanished amongst the fog, while a body materialized from the vapors of the past.
MOLINE, IL - The Quad City Mallards were less than super on Marvel Superhero Night, allowing eight goals on 47 shots.
The Quad City Mallards and Indy Fuel put on quite the show for fans at the TaxSlayer Center before the All-Star break kicked into effect following the game, but it was not the result the home team wanted.
The Quad City Mallards have begun a new streak, they hope. The Mallards ended their 13 game losing streak in dramatic fashion, beating a team that at one time had also lost 13 straight games, the Indy Fuel.
WICHITA, KS - Let this be a lesson for all hockey fans out there, no 6-3 wins are created equal. The Thunder got offensive contributions from 12 different players, but Thunder head coach Malcolm Cameron was less than pleased with the effort.