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Cutthroats Announce Home Opener For Inaugural Season

It is official. Pro hockey will return to Denver Coliseum for the first time since 1989 on October 19th – when the Denver Cutthroats play their home opener at 7:05 PM.

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The contest will launch the team’s inaugural campaign and the Central Hockey League’s 2012-13 season. The team’s opponent has yet to be determined for the opening date of their home schedule.

"Now we know for sure when fans will get their first chance to see the Cutthroats play," said Cutthroats President Brad Lund. "We’re excited. October is just around the corner and the return of hockey to the Coliseum will be here before we all know it."

The Cutthroats will play a 33-game home schedule as part of a 66-game regular season for the CHL’s 21st year. All home games will be played at Denver Coliseum.

Season ticket plans are currently available by contacting the Cutthroats at (303) 295-FISH (3474) and more information can be found at Single-game ticket information will be available later this summer.

The Denver Cutthroats drop the puck on their inaugural season in October 2012, bringing professional hockey back to the historic Denver Coliseum for the first time since 1989. The Cutthroats are a member team of the Central Hockey League, and will participate in the league’s 21st season overall. Season ticket packages are on sale now starting at $499 and can be purchased by calling (303) 295-FISH (3474). The most up-to-date information can be found at