FARGO FORCE

Lamoureux Takes over as Head Coach as Fargo Force Restructure Front Office

Cary Eades will continue as general manager and President of Hockey Operations

FARGO, N.D. (Fargo Force) – The Fargo Force announced Tuesday a coaching staff restructure. Cary Eades has been named the new President of Hockey Operations/GM, Pierre-Paul Lamoureux has been promoted to Head Coach and Eli Rosendahl has been promoted to Associate Head Coach/Goalie Coach. The changes are effective immediately. “The responsibilities of doing both the Head Coach and GM roles have…

Force Add Four Players in Dispersal Draft

The Central Illinois Flying Aces are going dormant, so their players were drafted by the other teams in the USHL

FARGO, N.D. (Fargo Force) – The Fargo Force acquired the USHL playing rights to four players in today’s Central Illinois dispersal draft. The Flying Aces announced last month that they would be going dormant following the 2018-19 season. In a draft lottery last week, the Force drew the #1 overall pick in the draft and with that pick they selected…

Davidson Playing Strong Ahead of Playoffs for Force

The Fargo Force Forward has six points in the last four games

FARGO, N.D. —  The Fargo Force have secured a spot in the playoffs thanks in part to a strong end-of-the-season push. The team is 7-2 over its past nine games and is tied with Des Moines in fourth place in the Western Conference. There is still a chance for the team to receive home-ice advantage in the first round of…

Fargo Force Finish Series Sweep Against USA

The Force defeated USA 3-1

FARGO, N.D — Fargo Force held off Team USA for the second night in a row with a 3-1 victory at home. Both teams started the game off slow with a scoreless first period. Mike Kesselring and Jeremy Davidson would score in the second to give the Force a 2-1 lead before the final period. AJ Drobot would add one…

Force Win Crucial Game For Playoff Standings

Force Beat Team USA U-17 4-2

FARGO, N.D.– The Fargo Force entered tonight’s final home series tied for fourth in the Western Conference standings.  The fourth seed represents home-ice advantage in the first round of the playoffs. Tyler Johnson was in net for the Force. Team USA had the first chance of  the game.  Hunter Strand gave them the early lead, 1-0. Force came storming back….

Force Working for Home-Ice Advantage in First Round of Playoffs

The Force are tied with Des Moines for the four-seed in the Western Conference

FARGO, N.D. — The Fargo Force clinched a playoff spot last weekend, but there is still a lot of importance in the final three regular-season games. Currently, the team is tied with Des Moines for fourth place in the Western Conference, but the Force have one fewer game to play. If Fargo can finish ahead of the Buccaneers, they will…

Former Fargo Force Players Return to Scheels Arena for NCAA Tournament

There are 28 Force Alumni playing in the NCAA Tournament

FARGO, N.D. (Fargo Force) – The Fargo Force will be represented by 28 alumni playing for a national championship in the NCAA Division I Hockey Tournament when it begins on Friday. UMass leads the way with five Force alums, Minnesota State has four, and St. Cloud State has three. Jared Hilderman and Riley Tufte won a national championship with Minnesota Duluth…

Fargo Force Sweep Central Illinois

The Force defeated the Flying Aces 5-2

FARGO, N.D. — For the second night in a row, the Fargo Force down the Central Illinois Flying Aces, this time ending the night with a 5-2 victory. Central Illinois scored first, but the Fargo answered back strong. The Force scored three goals before the second to make things 3-1. Both teams would score a goal in the second period…

Force Drop Second Straight Game

Lancers Beat the Force 1-0

FARGO, N.D. — The Fargo Force were looking to rebound after a loss to Des Moines on Tuesday starting a two-game homestand with the Omaha Lancers. The Force could not come through with the win. Harrison Roy scored the only goal of the game for the Lancers. The series with Omaha continues tomorrow night with puck drop at 7 P.M….