Ferguson, John Bowie

FERGUSON, John Bowie, hockey player (b 5 Sept 1938, Vancouver; d 14 July 2007, Windsor, ON). He played left wing for the legendary Montreal Canadiens of the 1960s, earning a reputation as one of the roughest players in HOCKEY. Ferguson played minor hockey in VANCOUVER before moving east to play junior in Melville, SK, and minor pro for the Cleveland Barons. He also played senior LACROSSE for the NANAIMO Timbermen and won the league's MVP title in 1963. Coaching icon Toe Blake recruited him to...

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