Fargo Youth Hockey has developed and produced many fine hockey players, some of whom have gone on to play beyond their years in high school. We will continue to add more players as the information is gathered. This page will also contain a history of hockey in the Fargo area. There have also been several members of the youth hockey organziations that have passed away. We honor them and their families as well.
We hope you enjoy reading through these profiles as we honor their successes and honor those who have passed away! If you have additional information on these or other profiles; or if you have any stories to share about the history of hockey in Fargo at any level, please send a message to Brian Werk firstname.lastname@example.org.
Gabriel Dunnuck (12), his father, Thomas (48), and brother Samuel (15) were tragically killed in an automobile accident on Christmas Eve Day 2008 near Alexandria, Minnesota. Gabriel's younger sister, Annie (8), survived the accident and continued to live with the boy's and her mother, Dianne Kappelman-Beyer (and Dean).
Gabe was a member of the Fargo Flyers Pee Wee Black team and enjoyed the game immensely. Although Gabe played a lot of hockey on the outdoor rinks, this was his first season as a member of an organization. Gabe was very well-liked by his teammates and friends and always had a smile on his face.
A memorial cash donation was provided to the Dunnuck Family on behalf of the Fargo Flyers Organization. The Flyers Pee Wee Black team also provided gifts to the family. The Fargo Raiders Organization also made a cach contribution for a memorial frame & photo that is displayed in the Flyers trophy case at Teamsters Arena. For the remainder of the 2008-2009 season, members of the Fargo Flyers as well as Fargo South High School wore the #14 on their helmets in memory of Gabe.
Parents are Ray and Diane Weisgarber. Paul was also recruited by Cornell and Yale University.
Son of Greg and Karen Walski.
Sean is the son of Susan Deichert and the late Tony Deichert.
Son of Craig and Deb Campbell.
son of Bill and Lynn Harrie
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* The Walter Brown Award: Commemorating the life and works of America's greatest sportsman, the Walter Brown Award is given annually to the outstanding American-born college hockey player in New England.