Jim Higgins is a retired Americanice hockey player and coach. Higgins is most remembered for his time at Princeton, coaching the Tigers for 14 years after spending the preceding decade building a coaching career. While Higgins failed to produce a single winning season during his time as a college head coach he is nevertheless the winningest ice hockey coach at Princeton since World War II (as of 2019). In recognition of his career Higgins was awarded the John "Snooks" Kelly Founders Award in 2013.
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