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Pierre-Paul Lamoureux Hired as Director of Scouting

By Whitney Baumgartner, 10/01/15, 8:30AM CDT

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The Fargo Force announced that Pierre-Paul Lamoureux has been hired as the Director of Scouting and will join the coaching staff effective immediately. Lamoureux will join scouting staff alongside head scout Brad Lutsch.
 
“We are fortunate to have Pierre-Paul Lamoureux join our staff as Director of Scouting,” said head coach Cary Eades. “Lammy is extremely dedicated and has a great hockey IQ. His work ethic and passion for the game is very contagious. In order to build a consistent winner in the USHL, you must have successful Futures and Entry Drafts. We feel we have a strong scouting base with Lamoureux and head scout Brad Lutsch coordinating our draft lists, and we look forward to them building our affiliate list for future Force seasons."
 
Pierre-Paul Lamoureux graduated from University of North Dakota’s School of Law in May of 2015. Prior to joining the Fargo Force, Lamoureux spent the previous six seasons (2009-2015) with the University of North Dakota Men’s Hockey Team. At UND he served as a Student Assistant & Grad Assistant Coach. During that time he completed his B.S. in Business Management, and in May of 2015 he completed his Juris Doctor at the UND School of Law. In addition to working with UND Hockey, Lamoureux was a Hockey Operations Intern & Part-Time Scout for the Calgary Flames for four seasons.
 
“I am extremely excited to be on the staff and working with the Fargo Force,” said Lamoureux. “Fargo has been an upper echelon organization within the USHL and I want to add to the tradition and culture already established here. I’m very fortunate to have gained the knowledge and experience from the people I’ve worked with at the University of North Dakota and with the Calgary Flames. My main priority with the Force will be to build our draft list for the USHL Draft in May. I want to build on what Brad Lutsch and the staff accomplished last spring. Additionally, I am excited to work with the players as they aspire to develop into college & pro players. I am very fortunate that Cary and Jon Kram gave me the opportunity to take that first step out of law school to begin working with the Force.”
 
The Force are on the road this weekend playing Cedar Rapids and Waterloo, then return home Thursday, Oct. 8th to play Cedar Rapids and Friday, Oct. 9th versus Sioux Falls.