Vincent Ferguson was an outstanding athlete in both hockey and baseball during the 1930’s. He is best known for his 1934-35 season with the Halifax Wolverines hockey team, which went on to become the Maritime Senior Champions. He, along with the Wolverines, later clinched the prestigious Allan Cup, which attracted as much attention then as today’s Stanley Cup.
Ferguson was an all-star winger, who during the semi-final round of the Allan Cup against the Montreal Royals scored the tying goal to send the game into three scoreless overtime periods. The Wolverines won that series and defeated the Port Arthur Bearcats in the finals. Ferguson also played senior baseball with several Halifax teams including the St. Agnes of the Twilight League, and the Halifax Shipyards and Capitals of the Halifax & District League.
He was a great infielder, a dependable and fast outfielder, and a great hitter. Vincent Ferguson is an Original member of the Nova Scotia Sport Hall of Fame.
• Played for a number of Halifax Baseball Teams
• Strong infielder, fast outfielder and great hitter