FLINT, Mich. — The Wenatchee Wild capped off a doubleheader against the Michigan Warriors with a 4-2 road win Saturday.
The Wild attacked the net early and produced a number of quality scoring opportunities in the first period and went into intermission tied 1-1.
“In the first period we could’ve been up 3- or 4-1,” coach Bliss Littler said in a phone interview. “We had some really good chances.”
Wenatchee continued to apply offensive pressure and found the back of…