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Schwab and Patterson Sweep Oakley Weekly Awards

February 10, 2014 - Central Hockey League (CHL) - Denver Cutthroats News Release

Denver - The Denver Cutthroats and Central Hockey League announced that the Cutthroats have swept the Oakley Player and Goaltender of the Week on Monday, February 10. Forward Troy Schwab was named the week's top skater, while teammate and netminder Kent Patterson was awarded the top goalie of the week.

On Saturday, February 8, Troy Schwab tallied his first hat trick of the season against the Rapid City Rush. He currently stands second in scoring in the Central Hockey League with a total of 66 points, linemate Garett Bembridge leads with 72 total points. Schwab is first in the league for assists (52) and power play assists (22) in 45 games.

Kent Patterson stopped 111 out of 118 shots on goal during the three-game series against the Rapid City Rush on Tuesday, February 4, Friday, February 7 and Saturday, February 8 at the Denver Coliseum. Patterson helped his team to win two out of the three games against the rival Rush during the series, falling only on Tuesday night in a shootout. His record now stands 17-8-6 with a .916 save percentage.

"It was a good weekend set against the Rapid City Rush," said Denver Cutthroats Governor, General Manager and Assistant Coach Brad Smyth. "Kent gave us an excellent opportunity to win both nights. Troy had an impressive weekend, especially during our 6-4 win on Saturday night."

The Denver Cutthroats will host the St. Charles Chill for a two-game weekend series on Friday, February 14 and Saturday, February 15 at the Denver Coliseum. For ticket information, visit DenverCutthroats.com or call 866.464.2626.

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