Peoria Rivermen
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Founded 1984
Home ice Carver Arena
Based in Peoria, Illinois
Colors blue, red, and yellow
League International Hockey League

The Peoria Rivermen were an ice hockey team in the International Hockey League. They played in Peoria, Illinois, USA at the Carver Arena.

Seasons: 1984-1996
Arena: Carver Arena (capacity 9,919)
Uniform colors: blue, red, and yellow
Logo design: A steamboat pilot
Division titles won: --
Regular season titles won: --
League championships won: 2


The franchise was previously known as: Peoria Prancers (1982–1984)
The franchise became known as: San Antonio Dragons (1996–1998)
The Franchise was replaced by: Peoria Rivermen of the ECHL (1996–2005)

They hold professional hockey's longest winning streak at 18 games in 1991.

Year-by-year recordEdit

Team recordsEdit

Penalty Minutes:
Career Goals: 179 Doug Evans
Career Assists: 335 Doug Evans
Career Points: 514 Doug Evans
Career Penalty Minutes: 929 Doug Evans
Career Goaltending Wins:
Career Shutouts:
Career Games: 461 Doug Evans

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