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August 7, 2013 - Central Hockey League (CHL) - Denver Cutthroats News Release

Fulghum Back on the Ice for the Cutthroats: Cutthroats welcome back Colorado native Luke Fulghum. Returning to the Cutthroats roster after a successful 2012-13 campaign, in which Fulghum notched 53 points, 20 goals and 33 assists as a power forward.

The Rookie Returns for 2013-14 Season: Defenseman Phil Tesoriero will hit the ice for his second season with the Denver Cutthroats in October. Tesoriero was the sole player to advance from last season's open tryouts and join the team's inaugural lineup for the complete 2012-13 season.

Trebish Takes on Second Season: Joining Fulghum and Tesoriero for a second season on the ice for the Cutthroats is defenseman Michael Trebish. Trebish began the 2012-13 season with the Bloomington Blaze until he was traded to the Denver Cutthroats mid-season.

Sunday, August 11: Hockey in the Community

The Denver Cutthroats are a Presenting Sponsor for Step Up For Cancer on Sunday, August 11 at Dick's Sporting Goods Park. Head Coach Derek Armstrong and players Sean Zimmerman and Phil Tesoriero will be running 1765 stairs to support the 45 participating non-profit organizations. Four lucky fans were selected to run the stairs with the Denver Cutthroats team in support of this cause.

Season Schedule 2013-14: The Denver Cutthroats will welcome the Tulsa Oilers on Friday, October 18, 2013 for the first home game of the season at the Denver Coliseum. In January, the Cutthroats will head to the mountains for the 2013-14 inaugural Colorado Tour. The team will host two series of home games at Lewis Ice Arena in Aspen on January 3-4 and John A. Dobson Arena in Vail on January 24-25.

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