Tuesday, September 19, 2017

Fuel Continue Role as Spoilers, While Mallards Look for Confidence

INDIANAPOLIS, IN – The Indy Fuel refuse to go quietly into the off-season, instead, fighting hard in the final games of the season.

Mallards Say Adios to Alaska

MOLINE, IL – The Quad City Mallards have seen the last of the Alaska Aces for the foreseeable future, their last match-up occurring on Saturday. The game started out the same as Friday’s, but the result was far better for Mallards fans.

Night of Unfortunate Events

MOLINE, IL – Nothing went quite according to plan at the iWireless Center on Friday night.

Mallards Sweep Wichita

WICHITA, KS – The Quad City Mallards and Wichita Thunder faced off for the third time in seven days on Tuesday, when the Mallards sought their fourth win in as many outings.

PHOTOS: Quad City Mallards vs. Wichita Thunder 03/22/17

WICHITA, KS - Check out this photo gallery from Ed Bailey of last Wednesday night's game between the Quad City Mallards and Wichita Thunder at...

Mallards Shake Off Stupor, Beat Thunder in OT

MOLINE, IL – The Quad City Mallards were not a very well-oiled machine on Sunday against the Wichita Thunder, their play sloppy most of the night.

Mallards Close the Gap on Komets

MOLINE, IL – The Toledo Walleye, Fort Wayne Komets, Quad City Mallards, and Kalamazoo Wings have all secured play-off berths for the Central Division after Friday night, but who faces who is yet to be determined.

Three Goal First Period Silences Thunder

WICHITA, KS - The Quad City Mallards tripped the red light three times in the first ten minutes of Wednesday night's game, chasing Thunder goaltender Scott Greenham...

Wild Sunday Funday for Fuel and Flock

INDIANAPOLIS, IN – It was quite the different outcome than what the Quad City Mallards wanted. After playing back to back games against the Missouri Mavericks on Friday and Saturday....

Broken Mavericks Harnessed by Mallards

MOLINE, IL – The Quad City Mallards and Missouri Mavericks faced off again on Saturday for the second night in a row. The Mallards had a lot to fight for, needing only three points to clinch a playoff berth.