Quad City Mallards

Storm First Season Wrapup

Apr 19, 2019
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On Midwest Week, hockey returns to the Quad Cities for another season but with a new team and a new league.

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The former coach of the Quad City Mallards didn't have to go far for his next job. Monday the Dubuque Fighting Saints hockey team announced the hiring of Phil Axtell to be an assistant coach. 

Minor league hockey is set to return to the Quad Cities later this year under a new name: the Quad City Storm.

Thanks to two local men, hockey will return to the Quad Cities this fall. Wednesday John Dawson of East Moline and Ryan Mosley of Coal Valley were introduced as co-owners of the new team.

TaxSlayer Center

"Let's keep hockey in the Quad Cities." That's the slogan at the TaxSlayer Center in Moline - on Friday it began selling season tickets for next year even though the Quad City Mallards will officially cease operations this weekend.  

Quad City Mallards

On Midwest Week, with the season nearly over, the Quad City Mallards learn they, and the team, will not return in the fall.

Goodbye, QC Mallards

Mar 13, 2018
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With little or no warning, a disappointing season for the Quad City Mallards has become even more disappointing. Tuesday owner Jordan Melville announced the team will cease operations at the end of the season.

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After five years on the job, Bob McNamara is no longer the president and general manager of the Quad City Mallards. Tuesday a press release from the team said he and the team "have parted ways."

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Hockey returns to the Quad Cities this weekend. The Mallards will begin their 21st season overall, and 4th in the ECHL, with home games against Toledo and Tulsa.

The Quad City Mallards have officially begun preparing for the new season - their 21st overall, and fourth in the ECHL. Training camp opened Sunday, and will last for two weeks.

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