Defenceman Ken Dugged suited up for a game with the Minnesota North Stars in 1987-88. He was a top performer in Canadian university and also toiled in the minors and his country's national team.
The 6'3", 210 pounder was a bruising hitter during four years in his home town at the University of Toronto. Following his senior year he signed as a free agent with the New York Rangers and split his first pro season between the AHL's New Haven Nighthawks and the Flint Spirits of the IHL.
After spending the first part of the 1987-88 season away from the game, Duggan came to terms with the Minnesota North Stars. He played one game in the NHL that year and one more contest in Flint before joining the Canadian national team for a short spell. Duggan lost interest early in the 1988-89 season and brought an end to his playing career.