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I think we all can agree there are a variety of opinions regarding future scheduling for NDSU and UND and it appears that game will not happen in 2013; so everyone can aim the pitchforks somewhere els... Posted on 1/30/13 at 4:23 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
Nothing will be changing in Ralph Engelstad Arena if general manager Jody Hodgson has anything to say about it.
Despite Thursday’s ruling by the North Dakota State Board of Higher Education to begin retiring the Fighting Sioux name and logo, the privately owned arena — with an estimated 3,000 Sioux logos in it — might remain in its current state.
By Brad Schlossman, Grand Forks Herald
, April 09, 2010
When the Fighting Sioux men’s hockey team plays at home, the Ralph Engelstad Arena has been the scene of fan behavior at its best and worst.
At its best, the fans and the raucous atmosphere they provide give the Sioux one of the best home ice advantages in Division I hockey.
The University of North Dakota and the Ralph Engelstad Arena say they will enforce a new fan code of conduct that bans offensive messages on signs or clothing and includes a help line to report bad behavior during men’s hockey games.
The Ralph Engelstad Arena has no role in a lawsuit filed by eight Spirit Lake Sioux tribal members that supports the University of North Dakota’s Fighting Sioux nickname and Indian head logo, the arena’s general manager says.
During the past two years, area organizations and volunteers have given a facelift to the Eagles Arena, breathing new life into an aging facility.
The Jamestown Hockey Boosters, Jamesriver Figure Skating Club and Jamestown Parks and Recreation Department all contributed to the arena’s renovation, said Micheal Grounds, Jamestown Hockey Booster president.
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