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HARTFORD BIDS TO BREAK CBA ALL-STAR ATTENDANCE RECORD
Published January 5, 1995
The CBA All-Star Game has been the primary job facing Hartford Sports & Entertainment Group GM Casey Kahler since he signed on on August 17. Hartford Sports & Entertainment owns the CBA Hellcats and the AFL's Connecticut Coyotes. The Aetna CBA All-Star Classic will be held January 24 at the Hartford Civic Center. While Kahler hopes to break the attendance record, he admits that "little over 3,000" tickets have been sold. Kahler: "Obviously, we have to pick it up a little." The record is 11,382 set in 1993 in Oklahoma City (Roy Hasty, HARTFORD COURANT, 1/5).