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Denver Cutthroats Aim To Finish The Job

The Denver Cutthroats boasted a lethal offense entering the 2013-2014 playoffs and almost rode it all the way to their first Presidents Cup trophy. However, the Cutthroats ran into the defending champion Allen Americans in the finals and after winning the first game of the series; Denver proceeded to drop four straight to lose the series. Since the final whistle of Game 5 of the...
Via Beyond The Benches
August 11, 2014  |  Discuss

Cutthroats promote Brad Smyth to head coach

The Denver Cutthroats have promoted Brad Smyth to be their new head coach heading into the clubs third season. Former head coach Derek Armstrong will remain with the club, serving as the president and general manager. Smyth has been with the Cutthroats since the very beginning. He was the team’s assistant coach and general manager last season. The season before that, Smyth scored...
Via Mile High Sports
June 19, 2014  |  Discuss
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