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Hockey Team Folds Over Work Comp Costs

Monday, August 7, 2017 | 488 | 0 | 0 min read

Danbury's minor league hockey team is ceasing operations after two seasons, citing the high cost of workers' compensation insurance.  Westfair Online reported the fate of the Danbury Titans last week.  "After reassessing the cost of workers’ compensation insurance in the state of Connecticut, I decided this was not financially feasible for an organization like mine,” team owner Bruce Bennett said. “Last season’s injury list was long." Connecticut's workers' compensation costs were tied for fourth-highest in the country in 2016, acc...

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