Reader: Denver Cutthroats get in the swim while Avs on ice

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The Colorado Avalanche was to have its season opener last week -- but the NHL is still on strike, so that put the team on ice. Fortunately, hockey fans have an alternative: The Denver Cutthroats, a new team that will make its debut tonight at the Denver Coliseum. See also: - Colorado Avalanche Season opener is tonight! Oh, never mind - Hockey enforcer flick Goon is rowdy but humane

Says Gofish:

Denver Cutthroats Season Opener and first TEAM GAME EVER is Oct. 19 at the Denver Colliseum. Be there or B2.


The game against the Missouri Mavericks starts at 7:05 p.m. Will you be there?

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