Scheels Arena is very excited to welcome fans back to the arena this fall in the safest way possible. We have been working closely with Fargo Cass County Public Health and have put together a COVID-19 Readiness Plan to outline all of the changes to the building and our policies going forward. Click here to view the full COVID-19 Readiness Plan.
Some highlights of the plan are:
If you have any further questions about our COVID-19 Readiness Plan, please call our front office at (701) 356-7656. For ticketing questions, please call the box office at (701) 364-3672.
FARGO, ND - The Fargo Force have rescheduled their first exhibition game against Sioux Falls for October 22 at 7:05PM. Out of an abundance of caution, the game scheduled for October 10 was postponed after two Sioux Falls players tested positive for Covid-19. The Force will now take on Sioux Falls on Thursday, October 22nd at 7:05 PM.
All tickets for the October 10 will be honored for the rescheduled game. If you are unable to attend the October 22 rescheduled game, you may exchange your ticket for any 2020-2021 home game. You must exchange your tickets in person at the Scheels Arena box office. Box office hours are Monday through Friday from 10 AM-5 PM.
The Force returned to action tonight in an inter-squad scrimmage, Black (Home) vs. Blue (Away). Blue got off to a hot start in the first half scoring the first two goals of the game. The first off of a wrist shot from the slot by Jake Braccini, assisted by Grant Slukynsky. Then, about halfway through the first Cade Stibbe snuck one in to put Blue up 2-0
However, Black wasn’t willing to go down without a fight. With 1:33 left, Huston Karpman scored to put Black on the board. Then, with five seconds on the clock Black put an exclamation point on the end of the first half. Tristan Broz assisted by Jeremy Davidson ripped in a goal to bring the score to an even 2-2.
Black continued its run from the end of the first into the second as they went on to score 3 more unanswered goals. The goals came from Smolen, Hayes, and Borst in that order. Black ended the game with a total of 16 shots on goal vs. Blue’s 22. The final score, 5-2.