Casper Coyotes Usher in 2016 SeasonNow the fall is more than football.
Here in the Oil City, it's welcoming the high school sports and the WSHL's Casper Coyotes.
The team is preparing for a solid 2016 to build off last year, where they finished third in the mountain division, posting a 37-12 record. But it won't be easy. The Coyotes have to replace two of their top offensive players from last season: Viktor Thim and Martins Vitolins. But the storylines going into the year are great, such as Hungarian goaltender Daniel Kornakker, who came out to Casper the old fashioned way--by bus--and saw some pretty interesting things.