Want your name, logo or link here ? Sponsor this profile.
 

Peoria Rivermen (2005-2013)

  • Year of foundation: 2005
  • Colours: royal blue, dark blue, gold, white
  • Club status: ceased (Vancouver Canucks bought franchise at the end of 2012-13 season and relocated. A new club called Peoria Rivermen enter into SPHL from 2013-14 season)
  • Address: Peoria Rivermen Hockey Club
    Peoria Civic Center
    201 S.W. Jefferson St.
    Peoria, Illinois 61602
  • Phone: +1 (309) 676-1040
  • Email: info@rivermen.net
  • WWW: http://www.rivermen.net/
 
Peoria Rivermen (2005-2013) is minor league affiliate of: St. Louis Blues

Did you find any incorrect or incomplete information? Please, let us know.

Select league

All time leagues: AHL | ECHL | IHL

 

Season 2012-2013

Club teams

This club in 2012-2013: AHL

 
Recent gamesseason 2012-2013
Apr. 19 13 | 19:00Grand Rapids Griffins - Peoria Rivermen (2005-2013)3-1
Apr. 20 13 | 19:00Peoria Rivermen (2005-2013) - Charlotte Checkers0-5
Apr. 21 13 | 17:00Peoria Rivermen (2005-2013) - Milwaukee Admirals0-3
Current rosterseason 2012-2013
# Pos Player name State Born Height Weight Shoots  
GJake Allen07.08.1990185 cm87 kgleft
GBrian Elliott09.04.1985187 cm90 kgleft
GPaul Karpowich25.10.1988188 cm87 kgleft
GMike McKenna11.04.1983188 cm85 kgleft
DTaylor Chorney27.04.1987183 cm84 kgleft
DIan Cole21.02.1989185 cm102 kgleft
DMark Cundari23.04.1990178 cm91 kgleft
DCade Fairchild15.01.1989180 cm86 kgleft
DScott Ford24.12.1979190 cm99 kgright
DJani Hakanpää31.03.1992195 cm99 kgright
DDrew Olson04.04.1990183 cm91 kgleft
DBrett Ponich22.02.1991201 cm102 kgleft
DBrent Regner17.05.1989183 cm87 kgright
DStefan Schneider13.12.1989193 cm90 kgright
DDavid Shields27.01.1991191 cm98 kgright
DCarl Sneep05.11.1987190 cm93 kgright
DDaniel Tetrault04.09.1979184 cm93 kgright
DNick Walters11.04.1994185 cm85 kgleft
DJeff Woywitka01.09.1983190 cm98 kgleft
CSergei Andronov19.07.1989189 cm96 kgleft
RWJay Barriball27.05.1987175 cm80 kgright
RWCody Beach08.08.1992195 cm84 kgright
FAaron Bogosian17.01.1987183 cm86 kgleft
RWAndre Bouvet-Morrissette27.07.1991188 cm80 kgright
CChris Bruton23.01.1987181 cm80 kgright
RWAdam Cracknell15.07.1985188 cm96 kgright
LWStefan Della Rovere25.02.1990179 cm92 kgleft
FMarshall Everson05.09.1990188 cm93 kgleft
CEvgeny Grachev21.02.1990193 cm105 kgleft
CT.J. Hensick10.12.1985178 cm84 kgright
CJani Lajunen16.06.1990189 cm92 kgleft
LWNick Larson14.11.1989188 cm90 kgleft
FTrevor Lewis24.09.1987180 cm80 kgleft
FNathan Longpre16.06.1988183 cm77 kgleft
CPhilip McRae15.03.1990188 cm88 kgleft
CAndrew Murray06.11.1981188 cm101 kgleft
LWDerek Nesbitt16.04.1982183 cm88 kgleft
LWAnthony Nigro11.01.1990183 cm86 kgleft
CMichael Pelech06.10.1989190 cm93 kgleft
RWAnthony Peluso18.04.1989193 cm106 kgright
FScott Pitt25.01.1988183 cm80 kgleft
LWChris Porter29.05.1984185 cm93 kgleft
FCam Reid25.08.1991188 cm85 kgleft
FJaden Schwartz25.06.1992178 cm88 kgleft
RWTyler Shattock03.02.1990190 cm91 kgright
CBrett Sonne16.05.1989183 cm85 kgleft
LWYannick Veilleux22.02.1993187 cm93 kgleft
RWSebastian Wännström03.03.1991185 cm83 kgright
Coach name State Born Coach position  
Dave Allison14.04.1959Head Coach
Scott Allen06.04.1966Assistant Coach
Kevin McDonald??.??.????GM

* no longer in the club

Carver Arena Peoria

Carver Arena Peoria logo
 

This current Peoria AHL franchise moved to the city in 2005 after a relocation of Worcester IceCats. It is the ninth oldest continuously operating minor-league pro hockey franchise in history.

The Peoria Rivermen franchise was born in 1982-83 in the old International Hockey League. The franchise was taken over by the Peoria Civic Center in 1984, which held a contest with the Peoria Journal Star newspaper to rename the team. Rivermen was the winner. The Peoria Rivermen operated in the 1984-85 season and won the IHL's Turner Cup. They were bought by Bruce Saurs in the summer of 1989, and he owned the club for 18 seasons. The franchise dropped down to the ECHL for the 1996-97 season, playing nine seasons there before moving to the American Hockey League for the 2005-06 season; the current franchise, however, follows the history of the Worcester IceCats. The Peoria franchise is the ninth oldest continuously operating minor-league pro hockey franchise in history. It was announced by Dave Checketts that the St. Louis Blues, Scottrade Center and the Peoria Rivermen are all up for sale.
On May 10, 2012, Tom Stillman purchased the Peoria Rivermen franchise.
On August 30, 2012, the Rivermen signed a one-year affiliation agreement with the Evansville IceMen, an expansion team in the ECHL, cutting ties with the Alaska Aces, who they were affiliated with since the Rivermen joined the AHL.
On March, 29, 2013, The Rivermen were purchased by the Vancouver Canucks who intend to move the franchise to Abbotsford, B.C.. It is expected the St. Louis Blues will affiliate with the AHL's Chicago Wolves for the 2013-14 season, with Calgary Flames moving its AHL affiliate from Abbotsford, B.C. to Utica , NY in time for the 2013-14 season. The deal is subject to approval from the AHL.
On April 18, 2013, The AHL approved the sale of the Peoria Rivermen to the Vancouver Canucks. Although rumours speculate the team will move to Abbotsford, neither the city nor the currently residing team (the Abbotsford Heat) have made any announcements regarding a move.
On May 13, 2013, The Vancouver Canucks confirmed with Peoria Civic Center officials Monday morning that they will not bring back the Rivermen franchise. The AHL Peoria Rivermen will no longer play in Peoria.

League winners:
 

Recent newsShow all news»

Bloomington, Peoria join SPHL for 2013-2014 Season

The Southern Professional Hockey League (SPHL) announced its Board of Governors has unanimously approved the Bloomington Blaze and Peoria Rivermen to join the league for the 2013-2014 season.

"We are excited to welcome Bloomington and Peoria into the league," added SPHL President Jim Combs. "The addition of two teams in the Midwest opens up a new range of opportunities for the SPHL."

The Rivermen were purchased at the end of March by the Vancouver Canucks, who intend to move the franchise to Abbotsford, B.C. and last week confirmed with Peoria Civic Center officials that they will not bring back the Rivermen franchise.

(17 May 2013)
Team statistics
Historic rosters:
 
Historic statistics:
 
Past results:
 
League standings:
 
Fast factsseason 2012-2013
Leagues

Peoria Rivermen (2005-2013) participates in season 2012-2013: AHL

 
 
Headlines

Big troubles in Ukranian hockey (updated)

At the height of a conflict with clubs, the Federation pushed Donbas and Kramatorsk out of the League. Mariupol and Biliy Bars leave the League as sign of solidariety Read more»

Gomel progress to Superfinal

H K Gomel of Belarus will progress to the Superfinal after beating a weary looking Sheffield steelers 4-0. Read more»

© Copyright 2021 European Ice Hockey Online AB & eSports.cz s.r.o. | info@eurohockey.com
Hokejová výstroj