CONGRATULATIONS: Peoria Rivermen announces the winner Of…SEE MORE

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‘It’s legend now’: How Peoria Rivermen won SPHL championship on home ice for first time in 25 years


PEORIA — The Peoria Rivermen became champions of the SPHL on a Sunday night in which Peoria fell in love with its hockey team.

The Rivermen beat the Huntsville Havoc, 5-1, before a rocking crowd of 5,902 at Carver Arena who saw a once-in-a-generation moment unfold on the ice as Peoria won the SPHL title for the second time in three years.

They saw Peoria-born captain and 10-year veteran Alec Hagaman play his final game and will the team to a championship on home ice.

Inside the celebration:Rivermen night includes magic crystal, grandma drinking from the Cup and more

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