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JMC-STL

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About JMC-STL

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  1. "The goal is to minimize change and avoid disruption for all involved, from staff to performers and sports teams to ticket buyers." ... See, no worries.
  2. Per Barry Janssen of The Sin Bin Staff ... "During the season, each (ECHL) team can maintain an active roster of 20 players, with 18 (16 skaters and two goalies) dressing for each game. (The active roster maximum is 21 for the first 30 days of the regular season). Teams can place up to two additional players on a reserve list, and an unlimited number of players on 21-day injured reserve. Players can be moved back and forth from the active roster to the two-person reserve at the team’s discretion but if a player’s salary is changed when they are put on reserve the player must sit out at least one game." I will add that a team putting a player on their Reserve List usually signals their intent to keep that player rather than waiving him (if on an ECHL contract) or sending him back to his lower tier team (if on a call-up). But these conditions could change quickly.
  3. From the winning camp ... Rivermen Force Overtime, Edge Thunderbolts Saturday
  4. "We'll get 'em next time." -- Napoleon Bonaparte, Dateline: Waterloo
  5. "There's no such thing as bad publicity except your obituary." -- Brendan Behan
  6. EVV's Ostepchuk makes a few key saves in OT, but Ben Oskroba wins it for Peoria 4-3. A 6-point weekend for the Rivermen. Good job, boys!
  7. Rivermen get a late power play, and tie the game 3-3 with 2 seconds left in the man advantage with a 6th attacker on for Phaneuf. Phaneuf returns to the ice, makes a final glove save as time expires, and this game is headed to OT.
  8. Hagaman boxed for high sticking, and the T'bolts score on the PP. 3-2 EVV with under 5 minutes left in regulation.
  9. Austin Vieth's 6th goal vs. Evansville this season ties this game 2-2 about half way through the 3rd period.
  10. End of two periods, EVV up 2-1. PEO allows an early period goal, but Will Smith (not the actor) scores to keep it close.
  11. Home team up 1-0 at the 1st break, after scoring late in the 1st period.
  12. From: The Peoria (IL) Journal Star > Sports > Cleve in the Eve Blog
  13. Third game in a row for the Rivermen. Gotta keep the legs fresh & come home with another two points.
  14. QCS made a game of Friday night's rematch in the second half of play. PEO will take the two points, but they've gotta stop making a habit of taking penalties & giving opponents opportunities to get back into these contests. Standings are tight at the top, no room for slackin'.
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