Professional

  • Josh Brent released from jail

    IRVING, TX -- Bloomington's Josh Brent was released from a Texas jail Sunday on a half-million dollars bond. Brent has been charged with intoxication manslaughter after a car accident that killed a passenger.

  • Rivermen Snap Skid

    With the win, the Rivermen improved to 7-10-2-2 (18 points) and have now won nine of their last 11 games played in Grand Rapids.

  • Blaze Win on Road

    The Bloomington Blaze, fueled by Mid-Illini Credit Union, registered their second-ever shutout in a 4-0 win over the Rapid City Rush at Rushmore Plaza Civic Center on Friday night.

  • 4,800 mile trip to watch Rivermen

    PEORIA, Ill. -- Why would two men from Slovakia spend the weekend at Carver Arena watching the Rivermen?

  • BU's Parker Inducted Into Hall (VIDEO)

    Former Bradley Brave Anthony Parker is the newest member ofBU's Athletic Hall of Fame. Parker was inducted at Monday's game, but he was actually elected to the Hall in 2007 toward the end of a 16-year pro basketball career.

  • Rivermen Get Point in OT Loss

    Zach Boychuk scored on a breakaway just 1:15 into overtime and the Charlotte Checkers beat the Peoria Rivermen 5-4 Thursday night in a back-and-forth game at Time Warner Cable Arena.

  • Hitchcock Tale

    The Rivermen get some help from above today. The white-haired man in the sky wasn't from Heaven, he was from St. Louis. Blues head coach Ken Hitchcock spent the day in Peoria while waiting out the NHL lock-out.

  • Rivermen's Ian Cole discusses NHL lockout

    As a former #1 draft pick of the St. Louis Blues, Ian Cole hoped to be skating in the NHL this year. Instead, the lockout has him and many other top players in the minor leagues.

  • Joe Girardi's Father Passes Away

    EAST PEORIA, Ill -- Jerry Girardi, the father of New York Yankees Manager and Spalding Alum Joe Girardi has passed away.

  • Camping On Ice

    The Rivermen are almost a week into training camp and gearing up for exhibition games tomorrow and Saturday. These are strange days in pro hockey, strange days indeed.


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