Hockey

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…

Rink Report: Hawks Stressing the Importance of Teamwork Ahead of Alaska-Anchorage Series

UND has lost three conference games in a row

GRAND FORKS, N.D. — UND Hockey started out conference play 1-3, losing to both Miami and Western Michigan. The Hawks were swept at home against the Broncos last weekend, which the team says has been a bit of a wake-up call. Since taking a step back and reflecting on the losses, they say the issues are stemming from frustration and…

Are You a Fargo Force Fan? Here’s How to Get Free Tickets this Weekend!

Fargo Force staff say this is a great way for them to promote the importance of reading and education for students of all ages

FARGO, N.D. — Calling all students: Are you a Fargo Force fan and want free hockey tickets for this weekend? Here’s your chance. If you bring a book to Scheels Arena and drop it off by the box office before Thursday and Friday’s game, you will get one ticket per book. All of the books will be donated to kids…

UND Superlatives: Which Hockey Player is the Most Superstitious?

UND Hockey players talk about the most superstitious player on the team

GRAND FORKS, N.D. — Superstitions tend to cling to athletes. They are routine-oriented people who fall into patterns. Hockey players at the University of North Dakota are no exception, but they tend to agree on who is the most superstitious person on the team… Nick Jones Categories: College, KVRR Sports Extra, Top Sports Headlines Tags: Fighting Sioux, Hockey, Nick Jones,…

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…

Hockey Pioneer, Former Roseau Mayor And Businessman Passes Away

Bernie Burggraf, who suffered from dementia, had been in an assisted living center in West Fargo

WEST FARGO, N.D. — A pioneer in the hockey world and original host of “Face Off” on 740 The FAN has died. Bernie Burggraf, who suffered from dementia, had been in an assisted living center in West Fargo. He was a long-time businessman in Roseau, Minnesota where he established a grocery store, sporting goods store and Burggraf’s Menswear until his…

T.J. Oshie Brings Stanley Cup Home to Hockeytown, USA

The Stanley Cup makes its first ever appearance in Warroad.

WARROAD, Minn. — In the storied history of Warroad hockey, former Warriors have claimed Minnesota state titles, NCAA championships and Olympic gold medals. The only hockey accolade missing finally made its rightful trip to Hockeytown, USA. With the Washington Capitals winning the title this year, former Warroad Warrior T.J. Oshie knew exactly where to bring the prestigious trophy during his time…

Senden Scores Twice in Force Win Over Green Bay

Force keep pace in Western Conference standings.

GREEN BAY, Wisc. — The Fargo Force picked up another big win down the stretch with a 4-1 win over the Green Bay Gamblers on Saturday night. Jacob Schmidt-Svejstrup got the offense started for Fargo with his 26th goal of the season. Mark Senden netted a pair of goals in the third period to seal the victory. Ryan Bischel recorded…

Lamoureux Twins Visit Sanford Children’s Hospital

Children got to hold the twins' Olympic gold medals

  FARGO, N.D. — The Lamoureux twins of Grand Forks visited Sanford Children’s Hospital hoping to inspire the next generation. “It’s like, they were at the Olympics and they won the gold medal. I never thought I’d meet someone like that,” said 17-year old Michael Landquist. Kids at Sanford got the chance to feel just how heavy that gold medal is…