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DESPERATELY SEEKING OLD WHA PLAYERS
Published March 30, 1995
CNBC examined the struggles Toronto insurer Manufacturer's Life is having finding 180 former WHA players eligible for pensions from the former league. The company, administrator of the WHA pension plan, is utilizing NHL and NHLPA sources to find the players ("Sports View," 3/29).