Grieving Family Sues Son's Hockey Team after a Tragic, Sudden Death

BY MACKENZIE STERN-KOLESNIKOW    MARCH 19, 2023  (10:25)
Sending your child to hockey camp can be a fun experience for children, but a parent's worst nightmare is sending their child to camp with the child never coming home.

In September 2019, a member of the Oakville Rangers, Ben Teague left to go to pre-season camp, and tragically he never made it back home. According to TSN's Rick Westhead, his grieving parents, Greg and Susan, have recently filed a $1 million lawsuit against the Oakville Rangers and others.


Greg and Susan Teague have filed a $1M negligence and wrongful death lawsuit against the Oakville Rangers Hockey Club and others.
Our @CTVW5 story on their search for answers about how their 17-year-old son Benjamin died at a team event in 2019.



The lawsuit is suing the Rangers for negligence and wrongful death regarding their 17-year-old son. His parents received a phone call from the hospital after their song had admitted to drinking.

Greg and Susan deserve closure for this incident and that the people who are responsible face the consequences of their actions.

This is truly a tragic loss that should not have happened, the family deserves to know the how and why this incident occurred.

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