The Quad City area has had a hockey history that has lasted for almost two and a half decades. In that time, players have come and gone, while some have stayed.
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.
On Saturday night, Quad City Mallards fans didn’t want the game to end. Everyone came together to give the team that had done so much through the years one last hurrah – 7,014 people watched the final game at the TaxSlayer Center.
MOLINE, Ill. – A quiet farewell wasn’t what the Quad City Mallards had in mind on Friday, and Kalamazoo shared the sentiments. In a game that repeatedly became deadlocked, a shootout was finally necessary to decide the contest.
http://embed.sendtonews.com/oembed/?SC=L3x1EpSn6d-388356-7589&sound=off&format=json&offsetx=0&offsety=0&floatwidth=300&floatposition=bottom-right&float=on MOLINE, Ill. – There was a battle for 26th place in the ECHL on Wednesday night between the Rapid City Rush and Quad City Mallards. The...
Check out this 3rd period highlight photo gallery from Mike Crook between the Quad City Mallards and Rapid City Rush.
Check out this photo gallery from Mike Crook between the Quad City Mallards and Rapid City Rush.
Every year, the discussion takes place among fans on who should be the major award winners in the ECHL. Did one player deserve an award...
After a thrilling overtime win against the Quad City Mallards Friday night, the Rapid City Rush looked to cap off their final home game of the season with a statement win Saturday night.