Professional sports is a cutthroat business, just as Denver’s farm team for the Colorado Avalanche found out.
The Denver Cutthroats celebrate another successful season.
The Denver Cutthroats faced off with the Allen Americans for the second game in the Ray Miron President’s Cup Finals on Saturday.
The Denver Cutthroats aren’t letting the pressure get to them as they prepare for the finals of the Ray Miron Presidents’ Cup.
In only their second season of existance the Denver Cutthroats have made it to the finals of the Central Hockey League.
Is there an expiration date on chasing a dream? How about more than a decade? That’s how long Garett Bembridge has been playing professional hockey. Right now he’s playing for the Denver Cutthroats, but his dream is to play in the NHL.
Denver Mayor Michael Hancock has become the first mayor in the United States to voice support for LGBT athletes.
A hockey player born without a left hand has made it to the pros and can now be seen on the ice at the Denver Coliseum playing for the Denver Cutthroats.
Like all kids growing up in Canada, hockey was simply a way of life for Scott Stafford … even though he was born without a left hand.
The Denver Cutthroats are putting on a show for fans during their inaugural season, and if you’re a hockey fan you might want to check out one of their upcoming games coming up at the Denver Coliseum.