Peoria Rivermen receive championship rings

The Peoria Rivermen celebrate their SPHL President's Cup championship in the locker room at Berglund Center after clinching the series over Roanoke in Game 4 on May 3, 2022.

PEORIA — The Peoria Rivermen had the President’s Cup in hand remaining May, and now the Southern Professional Hockey League champions have rings on their hands, as smartly.

The 41-year franchise’s staff group of workers and trainer Jean-Guy Trudel had been offered with their championship rings Sunday night time in a birthday party dinner, getting the primary have a look at the bling.

“I feel blessed to be able to hand them something like this,” Rivermen co-owner Bart Rogers mentioned. “A lot of people are in the game for decades and never have the opportunity to win one. This is their livelihood, their passion.

“It used to be emotional for everybody. It’s particular for everybody, other for each and every individual in what it way.”

The face of the Peoria Rivermen 2022 SPHL championship ring, which features a blue stone specially cut in one piece and imported from Germany.

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Who made the ring?

The Rivermen championship rings are made by means of Baron, a Tecumseh, Ontario, Canada corporate around the border from Detroit.

It makes championship rings for the SPHL, Double-A ECHL and Triple-A AHL, and at the big-league level for NBA teams. Baron created the championship rings for the Cleveland Cavaliers and Toronto Raptors. It also provides rings for induction to the Naismith Basketball Hall of Fame.

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