Jack Adams

Fargo Force (C)

10 GP: 8 goals, 5 assists

12. Fargo Force

5-6-0-0, Last Poll: 5


The Force continue to own the league’s best penalty kill (95.2%) while their power play ranks sixth (17.%). Special teams might be the spark that helps this squad turn things around in the month of November. Veteran Jack Adams has found his scoring touch at the USHL level as he matched last season’s goal total in just 10 games. Adams leads the Force with 13 points in 10 games. He’s joined by veterans Hank Crone and Blake Lizotte at the top of Fargo’s scoring sheet. Both Crone and Lizotte have 12 points each. Clayton Phillips is tied for the USHL scoring lead by rookie defensemen with six points in 11 games.



11. Lincoln Stars

5-4-0-2, Last Poll: 12


The Stars have been led by a pair of first year goaltenders in Josef Korenar and Cayden Primeau and rank fourth in team defense averaging 2.33 goals against per game. Korenar, not considered a rookie due to his age, is tied for the second best save percentage in the USHL (.951 sv%). His 1.55 GAA ranks in the top-five as well. Primeau’s 3.02 GAA and .902 sv% both rank fourth in USHL rookie goaltending stats. Henry Bowlby has exploded offensively since announcing his commitment to Harvard. Lincoln’s defense will focus on keeping games close for the offense, as the team is 4-2-1-0 in games decided by one goal.