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Peoria Prancers
Peoria Prancers
Founded 1982
Home ice Carver Arena
Based in Peoria, Illinois
Colors blue and red
League International Hockey League

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

In 1983, Peoria Prancer Paul Fenton won the Ken McKenzie Trophy, awarded to the most outstanding American born rookie, playing in the International Hockey League.

Seasons: 1982-1984
Arena: Carver Arena (capacity 9,919)
Uniform colors: blue and red
Logo design: A stylized deer
General Manager: Ken Wilson
Farm Team: Danville Dashers

History

The market was previously served by: Peoria Blades of the CnHL (1972–1982)
The franchise became known as: Peoria Rivermen (1984–1996)

Year-by-year record

External links

  • The Internet Hockey Database - Peoria Prancers
  • Official Game Puck - Peoria Prancers

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