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07-19-2006, 10:26 PM
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Originally Posted by mcphee View Post
Ferguson was the best at doing the job of being the team tough guy. No one understood the role like he did. Purely as a fighter though, on the 60's team, when they decided to get tougher, they brought in 3 players, Fergy, Ted Harris and Terry Harper. fergy's the legend, Harper was the most willing, but Harris was the best fighter. IMO, Harris and a guy in Toronto named Orland Kurtenbach were far and away the heavy weights of the league. Fergy didn't go too near OK.
Fergy was the all-time Hab heavyweight. His tilts with Bryan Hextall are legendary.

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