Wilderness fall to Wisconsin Windigo in game one of a two-game homestand
Last weekend the Minnesota Wilderness clinched a spot in the NAHL (North American Hockey League) playoffs, but their seeding is still up for grabs. Currently in the No. 2 spot, on Thursday, the Wilderness hosted a Midwest Division clash with No.1 Wisconsin Windigo.
The Wilderness are four points behind the Windigo with four regular season games left. Windigo looked to score in the first period with pressure on Wilderness goalie Isak Posch, but he came up with the save. He had 25 saves in the game.
In the second period is when Windigo’s Victor Widlund found the back on the night for the only score of the night. The Wilderness fall at home 1-0 in a two-game homestand. Game two is set for Friday, puck drops at 7:15 pm.