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Armstrong leads Denver's new hockey team

March 18, 2016
DENVER, CO – The Denver Outlaws have partnered with the newest professional sports team in the area, the Denver Cutthroats, for the hockey team’s upcoming inaugural season.

The Cutthroats are a minor-league affiliate of the NHL’s Colorado Avalanche and will play their games at the historic Denver Coliseum.  The Cutthroats 2012-13 campaign begins on October 19 and 20. Both games start at 7:05 p.m. and Saturday's game will be preceeded by a Fan Fest featuring a performance by "Something Underground", face-painters, inflatables and other fun activities for both kids and adults. The festival begins at 4:30 p.m.

The Outlaws are overseeing the ticketing operations for the Cutthroats and will handle all season tickets, mini-plans and group outings. Call 303-688-5297 and get your tickets today for the beginning of the newest chapter in Denver’s professional sports history.  Single-game tickets are available through Ticketmaster. More information can be found at http://www.denvercutthroats.com.  

Former National Hockey League veteran Derek Armstrong  leads the Cutthroats as the first head coach in franchise history.  Armstrong played 14 seasons in the NHL for the Islanders, Ottawa Senators, New York Rangers, Los Angeles Kings, and St. Louis Blues before retiring in 2010.

The Cutthroats are a member team of the Central Hockey League.