The Boosters are again selling specially designed QUACK ATTACK! playoff t-shirts beginning with our first home game for Round 1 on Wednesday, April 22nd, against Rapid City.
Get yours at the Booster Club table on the concourse!
|2T, 4T and Youth (S, M, L, and XL)
|Adult (S, M, L, and XL)
|Plus Sizes (2X, 3X, 4X and 5X)
|Adult 6XL shirts are also available through special order.
As the Mallards head into the second half of the season, the Mallards Boosters mark the All-Star break with a reduction in membership dues for the remainder of the season.
A family membership will be reduced $5 to $25 for a family of up to four members, and a single membership is reduced to $15 from $20. Sign up today and join the fun!
The Boosters will be bowling with the players on Tuesday, February 10th, from 6 to 8 pm at QC Family Entertainment Center, 4404 44th Avenue in Moline.
Cost is $10 per person and includes shoes and unlimited bowling during that time period. Food and drink is available but is not included in the cost.
Booster members should sign up at the Booster Club table during games between now and the end of January. Because space is limited, payment is required at signup; NO spots can be reserved without payment! If there is still space available after the January 31st game, signup will be opened up to all fans.
Thannks to all who joined the Quad City Mallards Booster Club on Monday, January 12th, for our Trivia Night at The Lodge in Bettendorf. It was a smashing success!
The boosters’ annual trivia night fundraiser Monday netted nearly $1,300 for Emily Potter, a 9-year-old Mallards fan from Davenport fighting recurring brain cancer.
The Ice Eagles Squirt B Travel Team also received a donation, plus got the seller’s half of the 50/50 tickets their players sold at the event.
However, when booster club president Wayne Harrison presented Ice Eagles coach Mike Hurd the 50/50 proceeds, Hurd handed the cash back to help defray Potter’s mounting medical costs.
The rest of the gathering also got into the act, with the three winning teams also donating their cash prizes to “Emily’s Fight.”
The Mallards, who have adopted Potter, participated in the event by providing a player at each table for the eight-person trivia teams.
“What a great lesson for the little guys there,” booster club member Sally Spahn said about the Eagles players in attendance. “This was, without a doubt, the most fun trivia night ever.”
Steve Tappa also reported on the evening. Check it out through this link!