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Fargo Force Tickets
Inaugural Season: 2008-09
Heach coach: Pierre-Paul Lamoureux, J.D.
Recent team MVPs: Ryan Bischel, Jacob Schmidt-Svejstrup, Blake Lizotte
Location of events: Scheels Arena
Fargo Force TicketsThe Fargo Force is a hockey team that is a part of the United States Hockey League. The league is the country's first and only Tier 1 junior hockey league that is dedicated to developing young talent for careers in hockey. The team's inaugural season was 2008-09, and the name came from a community-wide naming contest. The first head coach and general manager for the team was Dean Blais, who had formerly been head coach for the University of North Dakota. In that first season, the team managed to finish third in the Western Division and had eight players committed to Division 1 colleges. For home games, the team had an average attendance of 3,203 per game with an overall attendance of 96,104. By contrast, in the recent 2018-19 season, the Fargo Force made the Clark Cup Playoffs for the third year in a row and had the second-highest attendance in all of the league with an overall attendance total of 105,259. You can catch Fargo Force games in person by getting your tickets right here at StubHub.
Who are the main rivals for the Fargo Force?The Fargo Force has had several rivalries throughout the history of the franchise. Some of the most prominent rivalries have been with the Waterloo Black Hawks, the Omaha Lancers, the Sioux City Musketeers, the Sioux Falls Stampede and the Lincoln Stars. Likely, the most significant of these rivalries is against the Lincoln Stars.
Who makes up the coaching staff for the Fargo Force?Pierre-Paul Lamoureux, J.D. has been the head coach of the Fargo Force since 2019. He got his start in coaching with the University of North Dakota, where he coached the team for a total of six seasons. Acting as the head associate coach for the team as well as a goalie coach is Eli Rosendahl. He has been with the team since the 2015-16 season when he was the team's goalie coach and has since risen through the ranks to be promoted to associate head coach in 2019. Rounding out the coaching staff are assistant coach/director of scouting Chad Demers, Steve Baumgartner, who is the team's equipment manager, and athletic trainer Derrick Grieshaber.
Who is the mascot for the Fargo Force?The mascot for the Fargo Force is named Ogie. The team claims that no one knows exactly what Ogie is aside from him being big, blue and furry as well as loving hockey.
What different sorts of ticket packages are available for Fargo Force games?There are various sorts of ticket packages you could get to catch Fargo Force take to the ice. Single-game tickets are available as well as twin packs that get you tickets in the Blue Zone as well as a discount on beer. Four-packs for families are also available that include selected refreshments as well as all-you-can-eat-and-drink tickets that include cushioned seats, personal seat service, all you can eat off of the Black & Blue menu, unlimited soda and water and two complimentary adult beverages. There are also flex packs of ticket vouchers available and full-season tickets.
What is attending a home game at Scheels Arena like?Scheels Arena is a 5,000-seat hockey arena that is home to the Fargo Force, high school hockey for the Fargo area and various special events. Parking is available on-site for all Fargo Force games at the Scheels Arena, which has a no re-entry policy. Guests who leave the arena without the authorization of a staff member will not be allowed re-admittance.
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