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Another Quad Cities Hockey Team Still a Possibility
The loss of the Mallards last month may not mean the death of hockey permanently in the Quad Cities. According to a report in the Quad City Times, there could still be hockey as early as October at the TaxSlayer Center.
Executive Director Scott Mullen is hard at work with multiple potential ownership…
So Long Mallards- Last Games This Weekend
The Quad City Mallards will host their final two games of the season, and possibly in franchise history if no one takes over ownership since current team owner, Jordan Melville announced last month he’s ceasing operations due to financial issues.
The iWireless Center Just Became The TaxSlayer Center
Some Quad Citians still call the arena by it's original name, "The Mark of the Quad Cities;" now there's another name to remember.
TaxSlayer, a leading online and professional tax and financial services technology company, today announced it has acquired the naming rights to the Illinois Qu…
Mallards Kick-off On Sale Date with Pre-Season Party
Now that the boys of summer - the River Bandits - have wrapped up a championship season, their cousins, the Quad City Mallards are gearing up to take to the ice for the 2017-2018 ECHL season.
Single-game tickets for the upcoming season go on sale on Friday, September 28 at 10:00am at t…
Quad City Mallards Will Have A New Voice
As a kid, I would practice my French listening to the PA announcer on Montreal Canadien hockey games. "Dernière minute de jeu dans la première période - Last minute of play in the first period."
I doubt we'll hear anything as exotic at the iWireless Center …
VIDEO: Watch A Goalie Score A Goal
It goes without saying that a goalie scoring a goal is a rare thing.
In the NHL, the first goaltender to ever score a goal was Ron Hextall of the Philadelphia Flyers. And he did it more than once.
Last night, the rare event happened again when goaltender Dylan Wells of the Ontario Hockey League&a…
Mallards Back Home This Weekend
MOLINE, Ill. — After being away on the longest road trip of the season, the Quad-City Mallards are back home tonight for a 3-game home stand.
Tonight's game (7:05 p.m.) is against Kalamazoo, and the last two games of the weekend series are against the Elmira Jackals...