FRONT ROW (L to R): Tom Tilley, Kelly Chase, David Bruce, Michel Mongeau, Dave Thomlinson, Dominic Lavoie, Nelson Emerson, Tony Twist, Randy Skarda
SECOND ROW (L to R): Pat Jablonski, Darwin McPherson, Yves Heroux, Tom Nash, Bruce Saurs (Owner), Bob Plager (Head Coach), Denis Cyr (General Manager), John Faginkrantz (Equipment Manager), Steve Tuttle, Alain Raymond, Guy Hebert
BACK ROW (L to R): Richard Pion, David O'Brien, Keith Osborne, Rob Robinson, Kevin Miehm, Andy Rymsha, Tony Hejna
Coached by Bob Plager, the Peoria Rivermen not only claimed their second IHL Turner Cup championship, but also set a world professional hockey record with 18 straight wins between Oct. 6, 1990 and Nov. 22, 1990.
The team, a farm club of the St. Louis Blues, finished with a 58-19-5 record and easily won its IHL title with 121 points.