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Wild welcome Landon Parker

Wenatchee has signed 6’1”, 174lb forward Landon Parker from East Grand Forks, Minnesota. During his time in East Grand Forks, he was part of the East Grand Forks High School Hockey program. “Landon comes to us from the storied East Grand Forks High School program, where he played for Coach Tyler Palmiscno. Landon had a […]

Wenatchee Wild welcome Brett Oberle

Wenatchee has signed defenseman Brett Oberle from Woodbury, MN and will be coming to the Wild for his third season of junior hockey. He’s spent the last two seasons with the NAHL’s Minnesota Magicians. In 2019-20 he picked up one goal and 15 assists for 16 points in 43 games. During the 2020-21 season, he […]

Wild Nation update on Wild Play by Play broadcaster Arch Ecker

Wild Nation update on Wild Play by Play broadcaster Arch Ecker Greetings, Wild Nation! This is an update from Arch Ecker: In case you’ve not heard, I was involved in a single vehicle rollover accident near Ritzville on the way home from a visit with family. I required back surgery to fuse three vertebrae. It […]

Wild Welcome Cade Stibbe

Wenatchee has signed Cade Stibbe from Fargo, ND and committed to Arizona State University for the 2022-23 season. He’s played two seasons of junior hockey already with three teams making Wenatchee his fourth stop. In 2019-20, Stibbe played for the Minot Minotaurs collecting 16 goals and 17 assists for 33 points in 41 games. He […]

Wenatchee Wild welcome back Quinn Emerson

The Wenatchee Wild are bringing back forward, Quinn Emerson for the 2021-22 season. Emerson returns to Wenatchee after playing for them during the 2019-20 season. He collected eight goals and eight assists for 16 points in 53 games. During the playoffs that year, he collected one goal in five games. Leigh Mendelson, Wenatchee’s Director of […]