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Kevin Grimes (ice hockey)

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Height  1.88 m
Position  Defenseman
Role  Ice hockey player
Career end  2004

Name  Kevin Grimes
Career start  1999
Playing career  1999–2004
Weight  100 kg
Played for  Grand Rapids Griffins
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Born  August 19, 1979 (age 36) Ottawa, ON, CAN (1979-08-19)
NHL Draft  26th overall, 1997 Colorado Avalanche

Kevin Grimes (born August 19, 1979 in Ottawa, Ontario) is a retired Canadian professional ice hockey player.

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Playing career

Kevin Grimes played his junior hockey with the Kingston Frontenacs of the OHL from 1996–1999, appearing in 175 games, recording 67 points (8G-59A). In 18 post-season games, Grimes had 6 points (2G-4A). He was drafted by the Colorado Avalanche in the 1997 NHL Entry Draft in the first round, 26th overall. Despite being a first round selection, he would never play a game in the NHL.

Grimes played the 1999–2000 season with the Pee Dee Pride of the ECHL, recording 3 points (1G-2A) in 41 games, and he played 4 games with the Grand Rapids Griffins of the IHL, getting no points. In 2000–01, Grimes played 5 games with the Griffins, getting no points, and spent 52 games with the Mobile Mysticks of the ECHL, scoring 2 points (0G-2A). He played 8 playoff games with Mobile, earning an assist. Grimes returned to Mobile for the 2001–02 season, earning 9 points (2G-7A) in 64 games.

Grimes then moved over to the Jackson Bandits of the ECHL in 2002–03, playing in 20 games, and getting 6 points (1G-5A) before being traded to the Greensboro Generals, where he got 8 points (1G-7A) in 54 games, for a total of 14 points (2G-12A) in 74 games. He then played in 8 playoff games for Greensboro, scoring 2 goals. Grimes returned to Greensboro in 2003–04, getting 6 points (2G-4A) in 55 games. He has since retired from the game.


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