Former Colorado Avalanche and current Detroit Red Wings defenseman Kyle Quincey is done playing for the Denver Cutthroats of the CHL during the NHL lockout, according to Mike Chambers of the Denver Post.
According to the Post, Quincey only signed on for a limited number of games with the Cutthroats. He has played 12, notching two goals and nine assists, but missed the last seven games over a two-week span.
Quincey signed on to play in Denver during the lockout, due in large part to Cutthroats head coach Derek Armstrong, who played with Quincey during his time with the Los Angeles Kings.
Quincey has maintained that giving back to the community also played a large part in his decision to play with the Cutthroats.
The Cutthroats are currently tied for fourth in the 10-team CHL with a 10-8-1 record.