The last professional hockey game played in the Denver Coliseum was back in 1989. The Denver Cutthroats are changing that come October. But the fans can get a sneak peak of the arena this Saturday.
On August 25th, the Coliseum doors will be opened to the public, showing off the facility's renovation in preparation for a return to hockey. The new boards will be up, and the ice will be down, so that fans can don skates and mingle on ice with Cutthroats' players and staff. There will be merchandise available, and season ticket holders will get the chance to select their seats, becoming the first ever to do so in Cutthroats history.
“The start of the season is now two months away, and our excitement is building as each day passes,” said Cutthroats President Brad Lund. “This is a chance for Denver hockey fans to become more acquainted with our team, our staff, and our product. It’s a chance for families to do something on a weekend at no charge.”
Head Coach Derek Armstrong and a few of the inaugural season's players will be there for chatting and signatures. The free event begins at 2:00 pm and will run through 5:00 pm. Season ticket holders should arrive at 1:00 pm to select their seats. There are still seats available, and those who wish to purchase season tickets can do so at the open house.
Open House Details:
What: Denver Cutthroats Open House
Where: Denver Coliseum. 4600 Humboldt St. Denver, CO 80216.
When: Saturday, August 25th
Time: 2:00 PM-5:00 PM
For more information please contact the team at (303) 295-FISH (3474) or visit denvercutthroats.com.