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The Wenatchee Wild hockey team is a Junior A franchise based in Wenatchee, WA that competes in the British Columbia Hockey League (BCHL). The organization is owned by David and Lisa White of Fresno, CA. The players on the team are aged 16-20 with their primary goal being the opportunity to play Division I college hockey. They are amateur athletes and receive no compensation in order to maintain NCAA eligibility.
In the 2017-18 season, the Wild won the BCHL Championship, then went on to win the Pacific Region Championship (Doyle Cup), earning a berth in the Canadian national tournament. The Wild won all four round robin games but came up short in the semi-final.
The Wild are led by Head Coach / GM Bliss Littler, who stands as the winningest junior hockey coach in US junior hockey history with 820 wins heading into the 2019-20 season.
The franchise has generated over a million dollars in local fundraising since their inception in 2008, and players each donate a minimum of 100 hours per season to programs such as “Wild About Learning” and the Salvation Army, visiting the local Senior Center regularly and working with youth hockey players.
The Wild play their home games in the 4,300 seat Town Toyota Center, and the “Wolves Den” is known as one of the toughest places for visiting teams to play. The Wild have a .718 win percentage at home all-time, winning over 200 games.