In his 20th season as a professional at age 39, Brad Smyth is by far the Denver Cutthroats’ oldest player.
But he’s also one of the team’s biggest producers.
Smyth was named the Central Hockey League’s Player of the Week, the league announced Monday.
In three games played last week, Smyth recorded five points on three goals and two assists. During that stretch Denver went 2-1 with a win over Bloomington and a series split with Wichita.
The Cutthroats forward is currently on a streak of six games with a point, tallying eight points in the Cutthroats’ last six games.
The Cutthroats (10-8-1) start a three-game road trip this week starting tomorrow in Arizona followed up by a trip to Texas where they will play Allen and Fort Worth. The team will return to the Denver Coliseum on Dec. 11against Rapid City (7:05 p.m.).