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Force Fall To Steel As Chicago Wins Clark Cup

The Force fell 3-1 to the Chicago Steel, who capture 2nd Clark Cup in history

FARGO, ND (KVRR) – The Fargo Force’s bid for a second Clark Cup in the last three seasons fell short as the Chicago Steel took home the trophy for the second time in four years with a 3-1 win at Scheels Arena. The Force fell behind 1-0 before a 1st period goal by Cody Monds tied things up. 2022 UND…

Force Sweep Musketeers; Advance To Clark Cup Championship Series

Fargo took down Sioux City, 3-0, at home to advance themselves to the Clark Cup Championship Series

FARGO, ND (KVRR) – The Fargo Force are Clark Cup Championship Series bound after Saturday night’s, 3-0 win over the Sioux City Musketeers. 🏒 FINAL 🏒: Sioux City Musketeers 0 | @FargoForce 3 Force advance to the Clark Cup Championship series. Goalie Andrew Miller was an absolute WALL. 34 shots, 34 saves. — Jackson Roberts (@JRobertsTV1) May 9, 2021 Tristan…

Force Drop Playoff Opener To Tri City

The Force fall, 3-2, in the first of a best-two-of-three

FARGO, ND (KVRR) – The Fargo Force dropped the opener of a best-of-three series to the Tri City Storm on Friday evening, 2-1. Fargo fell behind before taking a lead into the third period. However, two goals by the Storm were enough to take the opening game. Categories: Fargo Force, Top Sports Headlines Tags: Clark Cup, FARGO FORCE, USHL

Fargo Force Kicks Off Return To Scheels Arena

North Dakota drivers are not the only ones jumping back on the ice.

FARGO, N.D. — North Dakota drivers are not the only ones jumping back on the ice. The Fargo Force is back at action at Scheels Arena. The team kicks off its first home game of the season against the Omaha Lancers tonight. The team is also offering new family–friendly options on the concourse with a knee hockey arena, a tic…

A Fresh Mindset for the 2018 Clark Cup Champions

Fargo Force heading into new season

FARGO N.D. — After their 2018 run to the Clark Cup Final and earning the first Clark Cup in franchise history. The offseason is now over. The Fargo Force have seen success and now they’re ready to let it go into a new season. The 2019 Force are a new team with many new faces. Only eight players return to…

Fargo Force Celebrate Championship with ‘Force Fanatics’

"All of it together it truly has been special for us." - Moorhead native Carter Randklev.

FARGO, N.D. — It may be difficult to find a happier group of people in Fargo than Force head coach Cary Eades and his team. The Force captured the franchise’s first Clark Cup title this past weekend. Monday night they celebrated that championship with fans inside Scheels Arena. The Force fanatics filed in to see their team with the trophy. The promise…

Clark Cup Champion Fargo Force Welcomed Home by Fans

Force win first Clark Cup.

FARGO, N.D. — This was a second chance team. That’s the term that continues to get thrown around in regards to the newly crowned champions of the USHL. The Fargo Force were a team of guys that were either cut, or traded from other teams and got a second chance in Fargo. Now, that group of hockey players were welcomed home…

Fargo Force Win Franchise’s First-Ever Clark Cup Title

Ty Farmer notches game-winning goal.

YOUNGSTOWN, Ohio — The Fargo Force lost their top nine scorers from last season and their starting goalie from last season is also gone. Despite all of that the Force captured the franchise’s first-ever Clark Cup title with a 4-2 win in game four over Youngstown to take the series 3-1. Ty Farmer scored the game-winning goal in the third period…

Force Arrive in Youngstown Ready to Continue Enjoying their Season

The team is two wins away from its first Clark Cup

FARGO, N.D. —The Fargo Force are done with their long road trip to Youngstown. They left Wednesday at 7:00 p.m. and got there Thursday afternoon. They stopped in Cleveland this afternoon to stretch their legs and do some quick sight-seeing. Part of their justification for leaving so early was to get acclimated and have a little more fun with things….

Fargo Force Eager for Fast Start in Game Three as they Depart for Youngstown

The Force and Phantoms are tied at one game apiece in the Clark Cup Finals

FARGO, N.D. — The Fargo Force are on their way to Youngstown, Ohio, for games three and four of the Clark Cup Finals. They began their 16-hour drive Tuesday night, three days ahead of Friday night’s game three. With the best-of-five series deadlocked at one game apiece, the next matchup is critical. “It’s about the start on the road,” Force’s…