Peoria Rivermen Tickets
After a four game losing streak, the Rivermen finally got their first ever shut out in American Hockey League, when they convincingly defeated Chicago Wolves (4-0). The Wolves didn’t stand a chance as the relentless Rivermen offense kept the opponent’s defense in complete disarray. Rivermen’s win was a great confidence booster, not only for the team but for the fans as well. Jared Bednar will be hoping to build on this momentum as the Riverman face a grueling season ahead. The Rivermen have had a tough season so far, which firmly places them in the middle of the Midwest Division. With the Wolves and the Icehogs close behind, Bednar will have to devise a strategy to keep his team’s performance more consistent.
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Peoria Rivermen’s current lineup boasts a number of very talented and experienced players this season. Although they were a bit shorthanded in defense when Cade Fairchild was called up to make his NHL debut with the St Louis Blues, that didn’t stop Rivermen from giving one of the most spectacular performances of the season. With the talented T.J. Hensick and the experienced Jonathan Cheecho attacking, Shields and Heshka in defense and the brilliant Ben Bishop as goalie, Rivermen fans can look forward to an exciting season this year.
Fans will be hoping a repeat of their previous performance as they go into their next game. Jared Bednar, who brings a wealth of experience with him, will be hoping to devise a new plan where he can bring the team together as a unit. Having the distinction of making it to playoffs final in his first season with the Stingrays, Bednar won the Kelly Cup in his second season as Head Coach. A former player with the Stingrays himself, Bednar understands the game and the issues players are going through which helps immensely when managing the team.
Peoria Rivermen current lineup includes one of the most experienced players in the team, Jonathan Cheecho. Cheecho a Canadian native has been formerly associated with teams like St Louis Blues, Worcester Sharks and Ottawa Senators. He made his NHL debut with the San Jose Sharks, where he was taught by Mike Ricci and Scott Thornton to use his upper body strength to be defensively sound as a player. Peoria Rivermen tickets were hard to come by as the fans witnessed Cheecho notch his 500th assist making him the latest member of the exclusive 500 club. This is not his first milestone as he is also the recipient of the Maurice ‘Rocket’ Richard Trophy in 2005-2006 season.
Peoria Rivermen tickets are in high demand, especially after the Chicago Wolves wash out. There is a feeling that this might be the turning point which will take the Peoria Rivermen to the top of the league. Head Coach Jared Bednar is hopeful that his team is heading in the right direction. He further commented ‘It was good to see our guys get rewarded for playing like that. Hopefully, this game will be one the team can look back on the rest of the season and remember how well we can play’. Future fixtures will decide if the Peoria Rivermen can take this victory and turn it into something extraordinary.
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