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| 5 ft 8 in (1.73 m)|
180 lb (82 kg)
|Teams|| Minnesota North Stars|
|Born|| April 7 1965,|
Mississauga, ON, CAN
|NHL Draft|| 156th overall, 1983|
Minnesota North Stars
|Pro Career|| 1985 – 1999|
2001 – 2002
Don Biggs was drafted 156th overall by the Minnesota North Stars in the 1983 NHL Entry Draft. Biggs was unable to break into the line-up and only played one game with the team. In 1985 his rights were traded to the Edmonton Oilers, but once again he was unable to make the team, never playing a game. In 1987 Biggs signed with the Philadelphia Flyers, and eventually played a total of 12 NHL games notching 2 assists.
While Biggs never managed to become a regular member of an NHL club, he was a valuable member of many minor league hockey teams.
Biggs experienced his greatest success as a member of the Cincinnati Cyclones from 1993–1999 and for a stint in 2002. During his time with the team he became a fan favorite and a local celebrity.
Life after hockeyEdit
Don Biggs now lives not far from Cincinnati and is very involved in local hockey programs.
- John B. Sollenberger Trophy 1992-93 (Binghamton Rangers AHL)
- Les Cunningham Award 1992-93 (Binghamton Rangers AHL)
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