FOR THE LOVE OF HOCKEY USHL Western Conference finals preview
A battle of the Dakotas will decide who wins the USHL Western Conference and advances to the Clark Cup, as the Sioux Falls Stampede and the Fargo Force will face off in a best-of-five series.
Both ... Posted on 4/25/13 at 6:56 PM
THROUGH THE LENS ...until next season! Thank you Fargo Force
The Fargo Force were taken out of the playoffs this past weekend in Fargo by the Lincoln Stars. It was a great season of photos! This was the first year I had decided to shoot in between the player be... Posted on 4/29/12 at 11:35 AM
REGGIE TALES Random Thursday
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Fargo Force coach John Marks. Marks said after his team’s 4-2 win on Saturday he believes Force goaltender Zane Gothberg (North Dakota) has a legit shot of taking over as the No. 1 next season. “I predict before Christmas Zane is the starting goalie at UND,” Marks said. "....(North Dakota head coach) Dave Hakstol and (assistant) Carey Eades and the Sioux have a good goalie coming in and he’s going to be one of the better ones they’ve had come in the last few years.”
Marks’ statement came after Gothberg picked up his third consecutive win helping the Force move into third place in the Western Conference. Gothberg is enjoying one of the best season for an individual in the USHL this year.
AREAVOICES / Slightly Chilled blog
, March 26, 2012
He has 23 years of head coaching experience in professional minor league hockey, was an assistant at UND under Gino Gasparini and also worked with Dean Blais. Throw in his playing experience at UND, along with his nine-year NHL career, and it is easy to understand why the Fargo Force made John Marks the guy.
Watching an injured Chad Demers skate around Scheels Arena in a pair of shorts and a practice jersey looks odd.
This image, though unusual, accurately describes the third-year Fargo Force junior hockey player. He’s a lot of things, but conventional has never been one of those attributes.
Former Force assistant Jason Herter was hired this morning by the Force to take over the team days before training camp starts Monday. The 39-year-old Saskatchewan native replaces Steve Johnson, who resigned Monday to become an assistant coach at St. Cloud State.
In Wednesday’s USHL Entry Draft, the Force took Thief River Falls goaltender Zane Gothberg with their first-round pick. “He certainly has a big upside, and people have compared him to Mike Lee at the same age,” Force coach and general manager Dean Blais said. “If he can get even close to that, we’ll be happy.”
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