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October 28, 1997 | PAUL McLEOD
Bullfrog owner Maury Silver says there is a good chance the financially struggling Roller Hockey International will fold. The league's fall meeting was postponed Monday for the second consecutive month. Originally scheduled to be held in September, the annual meeting was reset for Nov. 24 because league CEO Larry King hasn't come up with funds to pay postseason bonuses due players. Each Bullfrog is owed about $3,800 for winning the Murphy Cup.
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October 28, 1997 | PAUL McLEOD
Bullfrog owner Maury Silver says there is a good chance the financially struggling Roller Hockey International will fold. The league's fall meeting was postponed Monday for the second consecutive month. Originally scheduled to be held in September, the annual meeting was reset for Nov. 24 because league CEO Larry King hasn't come up with funds to pay postseason bonuses due players. Each Bullfrog is owed about $3,800 for winning the Murphy Cup.
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