FARGO FORCE

Fargo Force Rally to Take Down Sioux City 6-4

The Force trailed 2-0 after the first period

FARGO, N.D. — The Fargo Force were at risk of losing their sixth game out of their first eight on Friday night after going down 2-0 to Sioux City. The Musketeers controlled the first period to head into the first intermission up by two, but Fargo came out strong in each of the next two periods. The Force scored three…

Force Drop Thursday Night Matchup with Sioux City

The Musketeers won 5-2

FARGO, N.D. (Fargo Force) — Ben Meyers and Hank Crone each had a goal and an assist, but the Force dropped a 5-2 decision to the Sioux City Musketeers Thursday night at Scheels Arena. The Force (2-4-1) outshot the Musketeers (4-1-0) 31-30, but Sioux City took the opening matchup of a two-game series in Fargo. Ryan Bischel stopped 24 of…

Fargo Force’s Meyers Earns USHL Forward of the Week Honor

Meyers scored three goals and added an assist over the weekend.

FARGO, N.D. (Fargo Force) – Fargo Force forward, Ben Meyers, has been named the USHL forward of the week after a four-point weekend at home with three goals and one assist. The forward scored his first goal of the season during the Force’s home opener on Friday night in front of 4,093 fans and went on to score two more…

Force Split Series with Rival Sioux Falls

Force lose 5-4 Saturday night

FARGO, N.D. — (Fargo Force) Despite clawing back from a two-goal deficit in the third period with three power play goals in the span of two minutes and 26 seconds, the Force found themselves on the wrong end of the scoreboard in a tight 5-4 loss to the Sioux Falls Stampede Saturday night at Scheels Arena. Trailing by two goals midway…

Strong First Period Lifts Fargo Force to Home-Opening Win

The Force scored three goals in the first period to win 3-1.

FARGO, N.D. — Friday marked the first step in the Fargo Force’s attempt to defend their Clark Cup title at home. In the home-opener against Sioux Falls, the Force netted three goals in the first period to help them win 3-1. Aaron Huglen was the first to light the lamp, midway through the period before Josh Nodler put Fargo up…

Scheels Arena Has a Major Upgrade: A New Four-Sided, HD Screen

The screen debuts at the Fargo Force's home opener

FARGO, N.D. — If you’re headed to see the Fargo Force this weekend, you might notice something new at Scheels Arena. There’s now has a four–sided, HD screen. This is an upgrade from the two end boards that were only standard definition. Not only is the screen new, but the arena also has new cameras, a new operating system, and new…

Fargo Force Focused on Building Team Chemistry Heading into Season Opener

The Force return just eight players from last season

Five months ago, the Fargo Force were celebrating alongside some shiny new hardware. Now two days before the puck drops on the 2019 season, head coach Cary Eades says the defending champs have some work to do getting back to championship form. One obstacle in particular is catching the new, young guys up to speed. The Force return just eight…

Former Fargo Force Captain Ready for UND Debut

Mark Senden is a freshman at the University of North Dakota

GRAND FORKS, N.D. — The Fargo Force are without their captain from last year, Mark Senden. Senden is at the University of North Dakota, just days away from his first collegiate game. Senden is hoping to play a role in UND getting back to the postseason after the team missed out last year. He won a state title in high school…

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…

Former Fargo Force Captain Mark Senden Commits To UND Hockey

Senden will join UND's incoming freshman class for the upcoming 2018-19 season

GRAND FORKS, N.D. (UND Athletics) – University of North Dakota Head Hockey Coach Brad Berry announced today that former Fargo Force and Wayzata High School captain Mark Senden has committed to the Fighting Hawks and will join the program’s incoming freshman class for the upcoming 2018-19 season. Senden, a 5-foot-10, 185-pound forward, spent the past two years with the Force in the United States…