The Angels Cup is our Monday night tradition where each level is split into small teams to play small area games in a 90 minute combined practice. Each night has a different theme and scores are kept on the Angels Cup page.
Each week is sponsored by parent volunteers who provide food and snacks for the players and families after and before practice. If you haven't hung out at Angels Arena on Monday night, you're missing out!
2018 Spring Champs - Black Hawks
Cole Flach, Gabriel Smith, Joey Jaeger, Max Sornsin, Michael Mathison, Nicholas Grindel-G, William Hankel, Wyatt Andvik
2017 Fall Champs - The Red Razors
Christian Storey, Dane Jorgensen, Harrison Walaski, Jamesen Schwandt, Landon Hale, Max Sornsin, Ryan Olsonawski
2018 Spring Champs - Team Greg
Noel Olsonawski, Jayden Ouart, Chase Thorsteinson, Will Hofer, Kyle Stich, Johnny Gores, Grayson Careaga, Kody Krause *****with special guest Drew Sandy*****
2017 Fall Champs - Team Jesse
Noel Olsonawski, Grant Tharaldson, Ben Mehus, Johnny Gores, Jayden Ouart, Chase Thorsteinson, Kody Krause, Hunter Hannesson
2018 Spring Champs - Team White
John Lang, Andrew Kankelfritz, Jack Hofer, Tommy Simon, Will Mehus, Ronald Mark
2017 Fall Champs - Team Red
Landon Meier, Glen Jorgensen, Ethan Lantz, Jack Traynor, Tommy Simon, Ronald Mark, Brady Donabauer
If you mention "Angels" at any of the local Spicy Pie locations, you will get a 10% discount on your purchase of $25 or more.
In addition, Spicy Pie will donate 10% to the Fargo Angels.
See you at the Pie!
Embracing Mistakes to Become Your Best.
You can never be your best if you fear mistakes. If you are afraid of making mistakes, you will play tentatively, and tentative players usually get beat.
Being afraid of making a mistake is worse than making one. Let me say that again. It is better to make a mistake than to be afraid of making one.
Sports are filled with mistakes. The best baseball hitters fail about 70% of the time. Great shooters in basketball miss roughly half their shots. Elite corner-backs in football and closers in baseball cultivate short memories to quickly put mistakes behind them and prepare for what's next. Every athlete makes mistakes. Lots of them.
What separates great athletes from the rest is how they deal with mistakes. Strange as it sounds, to become a Triple-Impact Competitor, you must embrace - not fear - mistakes.
"Elevating Your Game - Becoming A Triple-Impact Competitor."
If you have any concerns, comments or suggestions that may improve our hockey program, please feel free to email them to the Board. We are open to critical and supportive comments!
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