Denver Cutthroats team with Stock Show for Western Night Dec. 11
Fans who purchase a ticket to the Dec. 11 Denver Cutthroats hockey game will receive two free grounds tickets for the opening weekend of the 2014 National Western Stock Show.
The entire Cutthroats-Chill game will feature a western theme, from the puck drop by a Professional Bull Rider, to all staff in western wear, and other western-themed activities over the course of the game. National Western mascot Howdy will join Cutthroats mascot Gill for the night to entertain fans.
“Thanks to the National Western Stock Show, we are able to offer Fish fans a great value of experiencing some great hockey, and also enjoying the Stock Show, all for one bargain price,” said Cutthroats President and General Manager Ben Rifkin. “The Stock Show is one of Denver’s signature events every year and this is a great way for our organization and our fans to celebrate it and be a part of it.“
Tickets for the Cutthroats “Western Night,” and all other home games, start at just $9 per ticket and are available online at DenverCutthroats.com (http://www.denvercutthroats.com), or by calling 866.464.2626.
ABOUT THE DENVER CUTTHROATS
The Denver Cutthroats are the CHL affiliate of the NHL’s Colorado Avalanche and AHL’s Lake Erie Monsters. The puck dropped for the Cutthroats second season October 18. The team heads to the mountains this January for the Colorado Tour to host a series of home games in Aspen and Vail. Single, season, mini-plan, flex, fundraising and group tickets are currently available at 303.295.3474 or email@example.com. The most up-to-date information can be found at denvercutthroats.com.
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