W.F. Wildcats Head Coach Resigns

As you saw first on Newschannel6now.com, Wichita Falls Wildcats head coach Mike Flanagan has resigned.
  
Flanagan, who only took over for John Bowkus this past January and only coached 20 games last season, leaves for an assistant coaching position with the Norfolk Admirals of the American Hockey League, which is the second-highest-level professional league in North America, behind the NHL.

The Wildcats' season starts September 15th, in the NAHL Showcase Tournament in Blaine, MN.

At his farewell press conference Flanagan talked about his time in Wichita Falls.

"Well certainly...looking back, it's a place that was enjoyable to work," said Flanagan. "You know I think it's a great hockey town, you know there's wonderful support here in the community and with the fans. And I think the ownership is also very respectful, there's great continuity here."