FARGO FORCE

Late Goal Downs Force at Sioux Falls

Sioux Falls scored with 52 seconds left in the third to win 3-2

SIOUX FALLS, S.D. — The Sioux Falls Stampede continued their hot streak with their 11th win in the last 13 games. The Fargo Force fell to the Stampede 3-2 after a late goal from Artem Ivanyuzhenkov sealed the game. The teams will play again this weekend.   Categories: Fargo Force Tags: FARGO FORCE, Sioux Falls, Stampede, USHL

Force Ready for Road Test against Sioux Falls

Fargo visits the Stampede Wednesday night

FARGO, N.D. —┬áIt is a short week for the Fargo Force as they travel to Sioux Falls, S.D., for a Wednesday night game. Fargo holds a 3-3 record against Sioux Falls this season but faces a tough challenge against a Stampede team that is playing some of its best hockey right now, having won 10 of the last 12 matchups….

Force Looking for a Boost in Offense against Streaking Stampede Squad

Sioux Falls has won 10 of its last 12 games

FARGO, N.D. — This is a busy week for the Fargo Force, who are getting ready for three games against Sioux Falls. The Force jump right into things with a road matchup on Wednesday. It will actually be the first road game in more than a month for the squad, but they haven’t minded playing on the road, where they…

Force Can’t Hang onto Third-Period Lead, Fall to Sioux Falls

The Stampede came from behind to win 5-3

FARGO, N.D. — Two goals from Josh Nodler and another from Hank Crone were not enough for the Fargo Force Saturday night. They drop the matchup with Sioux Falls 5-3. The Stampede trailed 3-2 with 13 minutes to play, but they notched three goals in the final period to win. Categories: Fargo Force, Top Sports Headlines Tags: FARGO FORCE, Sioux…

2018 Sports Year in Review

A look back at some of the biggest moments from 2018

FARGO, N.D. — This year was packed with highlights, milestones and groundbreaking achievements around North Dakota and Minnesota. The Year in Review looks back at everything from NDSU’s national championship in January, through the Olympic accomplishments. Hear reactions from the Super Bowl in Minneapolis to the Force winning their first Clark Cup. Here are the biggest sports stories from 2018….

Friday’s Fargo Force & NDSU Men’s Basketball Games Postponed

FARGO, N.D. – The Fargo Force have announced because of bad weather and travel conditions, Friday night’s game against the Sioux City Musketeers at Scheels Arena has been postponed. The team has not determined a rescheduled date. Tickets will be honored the day of the rescheduled game and refunds are available where the tickets were bought. The Summit League men’s…

Fandemonium: The Origin of the Force Fanatics

The Force Fanatics were founded the first year the team joined the USHL

FARGO, N.D. — Scheels Arena amplifies on game and rightfully so when you admit thousands of rowdy Fargo Force Followers. “It’s tremendous to have a great fan base,” head coach Cary Eades said. “It’s really fun to play in front of a big crowd. They’re loud, they’re enthusiastic, they’re intimidating to the opposition, and we just enjoy playing at home…

USHL: Force Facing Stout Goalkeeping in Youngstown

The Phantoms have a pair of goalies both ranked in the top 20 in the USHL

FARGO, N.D. — The Fargo Force are heading back to Youngstown, Ohio this weekend…The same place they lifted the Clark Cup back in May. The stakes might not be as high this time around, but the Force are still expecting a tough matchup. The Phantoms have a pair of goalies both ranked in the top 20 in the USHL. Netminer…

USHL: Fargo Force Return to Youngstown for Clark Cup Final Rematch

The Force have lost just two games in the entire month of November

GRAND FORKS, N.D. — The Fargo Force are heading back to Youngstown, Ohio for the first time since claiming the Clark Cup last season. The championship rematch will add a little fuel to the fire for a Force team that has really started to find its groove as of late. Fargo has won five of its last six contests and…

Fargo Force Fend Off Ferocious Comeback to Win in Shootout

The Force led 3-0 with five minutes left in the third period

FARGO, N.D. — The Fargo Force looked poised to cruise to victory Wednesday night after holding a 3-0 lead with just five minutes to play at home. Then Des Moines started chipping away. The Buccaneers scored three goals in matter of 3:30 to tie things up and force overtime. After a scoreless overtime period, the Force hung on in a…