The Denver Outlaws are once again off to a quick start in the 2014 season. As usual, right in the middle of the action is their outstanding goaltender.
The Denver Cutthroats came up short in the CHL President’s Cup Finals dropping Game 5 and the series to the defending champion, Allen Americans.
The work week is in the rear-view mirror, but take a quick look back at everything happening around Denver and Colorado sports. All in one place!
The Denver Cutthroats held multiple leads on Friday night in Game 4 but were unable to hold on and now are on the brink of elimination, down 3-1.
Gil is back and is happy with how the Broncos are handling the NFL Draft. He is still not buying into the Rockies and a French flick caught his eye.
The hitting streak of the Rockies’ Nolan Arenado has us thinking of some of the best individual achievements in Denver professional sports history.
Game 3 of the CHL’s President’s Cup Finals was a physical affair that saw the defending champion, Allen Americans take a 2-1 series lead over the Cutthroats.
The Glendale Raptors have been the best team in Pacific Rugby Premiership all year long. On the regular season’s last weekend, they made a statement.
The Denver Cutthroats enter tonight’s Game 3 of their CHL Finals series with the Allen Americans down one key piece: the goal-scoring machine that is A.J. Gale.
As Denver teams continue to struggle to become champions in their individual sports, each needs to take a look at just how “soft” they have become.