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Binghamton Hockey Hall Of Fame

2005 Inductee

Don Biggs
Center
Born Apr 7 1965 -- Mississauga, ONT
Height 5.08 -- Weight 180 -- Shoots R

 

  Regular Season Playoffs
Year     GP G A PTS PIMS GP G A PTS PIMS
91-92 Rangers AHL 74 32 50 82 122 11 3 7 10 8
92-93 Rangers AHL 78 54 84 138 112 14 3 9 12 32
Totals 152 86 134 220 234 25 6 16 22 40

From Binghamton Senators.com
Biggs still holds the American Hockey League record for scoring the most points in a single season. In 1992-93 the forward recorded 138 points (54 goals, 84 assists) on one of the most prolific teams in league history and was awarded the AHL’s John B. Sollenberger Trophy as the leading scorer of the regular season and the Les Cunningham Award as the league’s most valuable player. The Binghamton Rangers had 124 points in the standings that season setting a record that remains intact.


The 1992-93 season was Biggs’ second in Binghamton and the best of his nine seasons in the AHL. He ranks 21st in league history with 692 points and 25th with 273 goals. During his AHL career Biggs was called up for 12 games with the Philadelphia Flyers and Minnesota North Stars of the National Hockey League. Biggs left Binghamton and joined the Cincinnati Cyclones of the International Hockey League after his second season and still lives in Ohio where he works for an electrical distributor and operates his own hockey school since retiring from the sport after the 2001-02 season.
 
During his seasons with the Binghamton Rangers in 1992-93 Biggs set the AHL single-season scoring mark with 54 goals and 84 assists for 138 points.

This record still holds today.
Don Biggs

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