Binghamton Ranger Don Biggs to be Inducted Into the AHL Hall of Fame
When my wife was growing up, she was a huge Binghamton Rangers fan. One of her favorite players was Don Biggs, so she'll be thrilled to hear this news.
Don Biggs played for the Rangers from 1991 to 1993 and is one of four people that will be a member of the American Hockey League Hall of Fame Class of 2018.
In the 1992-1993 season he had 138 points which is the highest total in the history of the AHL. He lead the team to a 57-13-10 record which is still the best regular season record in the league. He was named the winner of the Les Cunningham Award as the league’s most valuable player.
He ended up playing in 152 games including 25 playoff games and had 86 goals and 134 assists in his time with Binghamton. He'll be honored on January 29th, 2018 at Turning Stone Resort Casino in Verona.
By the way, Binghamton is back on home ice this Saturday against Lehigh Valley on Miracles on Ice Night. You can get a discount ticket that will benefit local non-profits.
Face-off is at 7:05 and I'll be doing Chuck-a-Puck between the 2nd and 3rd period. See you there and LET'S GO DEVILS!
[via Binghamton Devils]