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  2. Love Your Melon Ticket Package Your Price: $39.00 Retail Price:$57.00 You Save:$18.00(32%) The Rivermen are excited to be teaming up with Love Your Melon for a special night at Carver Arena on Saturday, February 23rd! Join us for our Hockey Fights Cancer Night and receive a limited edition Peoria Rivermen Love Your Melon beanie. Your Purchase Includes:Special Limited Edition Peoria Rivermen Love Your Melon beanie, premium ice level ticket and post-game on ice group photo with Rivermen players. Additional Perk:One (1) lucky fan who purchases the package will win a Hockey Fights Cancer signed jersey by the Rivermen team! About Love Your Melon: Love Your Melon is an apparel brand dedicated to giving a hat to every child battling cancer in America, as well as supporting nonprofit organizations who lead the fight against pediatric cancer. Fifty percent (50%) of the profits from the sale of all Love Your Melon products is donated to Love Your Melon's nonprofit partners in the fight against pediatric cancer. Through Love Your Melon's program the Peoria Rivermen will be able to deliver our limited edition beanies to local pediatric cancer nonprofit organizations. Rivermen Give Back to the Community:In addition a portion of the proceeds will benefit The DAX Wing for The Ronald McDonald House in Peoria. LIMITED EDITION OFFER :Beanies are only available through this ticket package. Game date and time subject to change. No refunds or exchanges. Place your orders on-line: http://rivermenteamstore-com.3dcartstores.com/Love-Your-Melon-Ticket-Package_p_343.html
  3. I guess that means Storm Phaneuf is ready to fight to get his starting job back.
  4. That is a good option, 'cat. My wife & I first saw that idea in action at a Sunday morning church service across the street from Lucas Oil Stadium in Indianapolis. [My wife & I were in town for hockey, of course. ] IIRC it was the first season that the NFL mandated clear carrying bags for fans to enter the venues. The only unfortunate oversight by the lady carrying her see-through purse down the aisle is that all the other churchgoers could clearly see her personal hygiene products inside.
  5. Good thing you play Evansville and won't need him.
  6. On the coaches show Tuesday Kallechy said Jake will not be playing this weekend due to family issues. Is that Jake Hauswirth or Travis Jeke (pronounced Jake)? It got the feeling it was Hauswirth. Anyone know?
  7. Yesterday
  8. I use a clear tote to get through security at all my sporting events. Hand the tote to security, they give it a twirl for inspection, and hand it back on the other side of the metal detector. They really appreciate it.
  9. January 23, 2019 - forward Roberts Locans placed on waivers. That leaves us one short on the roster again. Too early for Zemlicka to come off of IR. My guess we might see a dman signed.
  10. That should really benefit a short and untalented roster without enough defensemen. Carr is a real joke.
  11. Peoria Mulder, Ryan (G) placed on waivers
  12. 1/23/19 Knoxville Tolles, Joe (D) traded to Birmingham for future considerations
  13. 1/23/19 Birmingham Tolles, Joe (D) acquired in trade from Knoxville for future considerations Birmingham Whitcomb, Christian (D) placed on waivers
  14. https://www.carolinathunderbirds.com/news/et-to-va-thompson-loaned-to-roanoke
  15. And you would have him "play down" to his competition? You'd be quite comfortable coaching youth sports these days.
  16. Metal credit cards are increasingly common. They offer increased durability over plastic, but at the cost of a hassle at the airport -- or the arena.
  17. I thought it was so we could watch Mini-Mites fall down while playing cross-ice hockey, or so we could trip over rows of seats to snag those valuable Dish TV coupons dropped from a mascot-shaped blimp, or so we could watch other fans make fools of themselves trying to shoot a puck from center ice through an undersized hole in a advertising-laden piece of plywood into a hockey net.
  18. he posted a third straight shutout 2 of which were against the bottom dwellers- whoop
  19. Credit cards have metal strips (and some high-end cards are completely metallic), some men keep a key in their wallet, I have a metal zippered compartment in mine for coin storage (more metal). Any one of those could and has set off a metal detector at an airport. But from what I've seen at hockey arenas, either their threshold settings are so high they don't react or the security staff ignores the alarms. Either way, I feel SO much safer for the "effort to enhance the safety ..."
  20. Do most people's wallets contain metal?
  21. Security guy @ VBC in Hu'ville last Saturday night insisted that we keep our wallets with us as we passed through the detector. I reckon they've had (or at least anticipated) issues with claims of lost valuables in the process. Cellphones still had to be surrendered. Maybe the Coliseum will have to install better lighting. There goes the funding for your amazing new downtown sports venue.
  22. Purse-checking they’ve been doing for a couple years, along with hand-wanding. I’m more concerned about how they handle the bins for phones and such in poorly lit, crowded conditions.
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