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USHL Targets November 6 Start to Regular Season

LEAGUE PLANS 54-GAME SCHEDULE WITH MAXIMUM FLEXIBILITY

CHICAGO, Ill. — (USHL) The United States Hockey League (USHL), the only Tier I junior hockey league in the United States, announced Tuesday that it has targeted Friday, November 6 as the start of the 2020-2021 season. Under the plan, teams will play 54 regular season games between November 6, 2020 and April 24, 2021. Players are scheduled to arrive…

All-Rookie Team Selection Provides Positive Outlook to Force’s Broz in Shortened Season

Becomes second Force player in two seasons named to team

FARGO, N.D. — Even with a shortened season, Fargo Force forward Tristan Broz has something to look back on and smile in his first season with the Force being named to the USHL All-Rookie second team. Becoming the second Force player in two seasons to receive the honor along with forward Josh Nodler. The rookie laced up the skates for…

Force’s Lynden Breen Pursuing Hockey At Maine

Fargo Force assistant captain Lydnen finished the 2020 season leading the team in points (48)

FARGO, ND – Assistant captain Lyden Breen tells KVRR he’s lined up to attend the University of Maine starting in the fall. The forward finished the 2020 season with 48 points, 18 goals, and 30 assists, all of which lead the team. All that was despite time missed due to two shoulder separations, one in November and February. After that…

Reaction on USHL Canceling Season From Fargo Force GM Cary Eades

Fargo Force General Manager Cary Eades Reacts to USHL Season Ending

FARGO, N.D. — Upon USHL Commissioner Tom Garrity canceling the reminder of the league’s season on Wednesday, KVRR Sports’s Nick Couzin spoke with Fargo Force General Manager Cary Eades to talk about the team’s plans moving forward. The season ended with 14 games left before the postseason and the Force were fourth in the Western Conference.   Categories: Fargo Force,…

Fargo Force Season Ends With USHL Canceling Rest of Games

USHL cancels season due to Coronavirus

FARGO, N.D. — The Fargo Force season comes to an after the USHL decided Wednesday to cancel the rest of its season due to the coronavirus pandemic. The league originally suspended regular season play last Thursday. The USHL  year ends with 14 games remaining in the regular season. Commissioner Tom Garrity saying in a statement that the health of players,…

United States Hockey League Cancels Entire Season

The USHL said they will announce the 2019-2020 awards within the next few weeks.

FARGO, N.D.–The United States Hockey League voted unanimously to cancel the entire 2019-2020 season on Wednesday due to COVID-19. USHL President and Commissioner Tom Garrity said, “This decision was not an easy one to make but was a necessity in order to keep our athletes, staff and fans in all 16 of our communities safe amid this international health risk….

Force Overcome Three-Goal Deficit to Win in OT Over Sioux City

Force beat Musketeers 5-4

FARGO, N.D. — The Fargo Force came into their series with the Sioux City Musketeers winners in four of the last five meetings. Friday night, it was the Force coming out with the early first period before having to come down from three goals in the third period to force overtime and gain the eventual win. Categories: Fargo Force, KVRR…

Late Offensive Surge Helps Lift Force To Win

The Force defeated Des Moines 4-0 on Friday

FARGO, ND – Behind a strong defensive effort, the Force snapped a two game skid with a 4-0 win over Des Moines on Friday night. Categories: Fargo Force Tags: FARGO FORCE, Force, USHL, USHL Fargo Force, USHL Force

Fargo Force Take Down Dubuque

The Force defeated the Fighting Saints 5-3

FARGO, N.D. — In a game that was back-and-forth for the majority of the sixty minutes of play, the Fargo Force finish on top over Dubuque with a 5-3 victory. Austin Crossley was the first to strike for the Force with a goal just over fourteen minutes into the game. The Fighting Saints answered quickly, netting a goal just thirteen…

Big First Period Leads Force to Win Over Madison

Fargo scored four goals in the first period

FARGO, N.D. — The Fargo Force came out fast in a 5-1 win over Madison on Thursday night. Tristan Broz got things started with a goal less than five minutes into the first period. Mason Salquist followed that up with two back-to-back goals later in the period to put the Force up by three. With still over seven minutes to…