Joseph Dunlap feels at home with the Fargo Force, but far from satisfied.
In his second season in the United States Hockey League and first in Fargo, Dunlap, who turns 20 years old on Nov. 30, is seeking to increase his scoring output from a season ago, when he recorded 24 points (12-12-24) in 61 games with the Central Illinois Flying Aces.
“I definitely want to get my points up this year,” the forward asserted.
After playing at New Hampton School for two seasons, Dunlap, 6 feet, 185 pounds, initially found the transition to competing in the USHL slightly difficult. First off, the pace of the game was much quicker at the junior level. In addition, the USHL is much more systematic than prep school hockey.