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June 02, 2010
JOhn and ted harris were two tough guys...the blackhawks are my team here in chicago, but have many nights of great memories of John Berguson...boy was he tough. luckily we are in the finals in the third game with the flyers...just wanted to let you know that some people are never forgotten ...I'm 69, and lived through the great period of only 6 high quality teams...god bless
November 13, 2008
Growing up so close, made him seem like family.
Living so far, made him seem like an hero,
A hero that i had alway wished to be like,
Knowing him, made me feel like a star,
When inside we all knew, he was the star,
He was more then a courageous hockey player,
He wasnt only a hero on the ice,
He was my hero in the real world,
He was an amazing man to know,
He always did the right things,
He was brave, loving, caring, funny, pollite, intelligant, respectful, honest, and most of all a fighter,
He fought in a game,
He fought for his life,
He fought for the right things,
He lived a memorable life, one you could only be proud of.
I am so dearly sorry for your lost, you have my deepest sympathy.
Fergie will always remembered.
May 25, 2008
I just found out about John's passing and am sad. As I was growing up, he and the Habs were my heroes. Later, I had the opportunity to get to know him, as a Winnipeg sportscaster. He was always gracious, respectful and kind to me, as was his daughter Chris, who worked in the Jets office. My condolences to Chris and the rest of the Ferguson family.
August 16, 2007
My deepest condolences. Ah the memories of watching the Canadians at the forum and Fergie always giving his best shot. To many fond memories that touch the heart, soul and mind of some great moments in this great game of hockey and Fergie you made it that much better.
August 12, 2007
My condolences to the Ferguson family. I have many wonderful memories of watching John play with the great Montreal Canadienes.Truly a wonderful gentleman and hockey player. Harry M Eisenhauer
August 12, 2007
Fergie was part of "the real gentleman's hockey league." A true gentleman player. That is what my Dad, the late Bobby Frampton, would tell us. Sincere condolences to John Ferguson's family, from the Frampton family.
August 12, 2007
IN 1984 I HAD THE MET AN NHL HOCKEY PLAYER FOR THE FIRST TIME AND IT WAS JOHN FERGUSON. HE WAS IN TRURO N.S. FOR THE ATLANTIC CIRCUT HORSE RACING MY MOTHER LIVED IN NDG IN THE FIFTIES BEFORE JOHN PLAYED FOR MONTREAL I WAS EIGHT YEARS OLD WHEN HE PLAYED FOR MONTREAL AND LIKED HIS STYLE OF HOCKEY I WAS FIRST INTRODUCED TO HOCKEY AND THE HABS AROUND 1968 MY PARENTS WERE NOT SPORTS FANS IN THE SENSE WHERE THERE LIVES ENTERED AROUND HOCKEY THE DID FOLLOW THE PLAYOFFS
kEVIN AND DONNA ARCHIBALD TRURO N.S.
August 08, 2007
I was one of the fortunate to watch the other John Ferguson -- the box lacrosse player and coach. His talent with a lacrosse stick in his hand was matched by other greats of his time but never surpassed. The Nanaimo Timberman were truly a team to be reckoned with when John Ferguson was on the floor. The time he spent with minor lacrosse, promoting and teaching the sport to us youngsters was something not to be forgotten. Thanks John.
August 06, 2007
I met Mr. John Ferguson in Montreal at the QE Hotel while he was attending the draft of young players several years ago. John was the General Manager then. I recall him looking at me and nodding his head in a very pleasant way. A truly remarkable person . A great hockey player and a very proud representative of his team , the Montreal Canadiens. Will always remember his part in the 1971 Stanley Cup in Chicago won after Henri Richard scored the winning goal....Mr. Ferguson was an intense player of that cup...An icon in his one way. All the best to his family and friends..
August 03, 2007
The passing of a hockey legend. John, you will always be remembered fondly here in Canada's capital. Your reputation as a tough hockey player preceeded your time here but I will always remember your humour. As we passed in the halls you always had a smile and a hello. My sympathies to the Ferguson family. John will be dearly missed.

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