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HELLCATS IN LIMBO AS CBA OWNERS FAIL TO MAKE A DECISION
Published February 10, 1995
The future of the Hartford Hellcats is still undecided as a vote by CBA owners to terminate the team did not pass yesterday. A league source told Roy Hasty of the HARTFORD COURANT that league owners couldn't "reach a decision in a 3 1/2 hour conference call and that more discussions would be held today." Brian Foley, a CT businessman, has put up $750,000 to operate the franchise, but some owners are "concerned about the value of their franchise if Foley's bid is approved and want a written determination of the Hellcats' price" (HARTFORD COURANT, 2/9).