George Ferguson enters his fourth season as the assistant equipment manager with the Sea Dogs after a long and successful tenure with the Saint John Flames which was highlighted by the Flames 2001 Calder Cup Championship.
Ferguson is very well known throughout the southern New Brunswick area from his many years of owning "George's Shoe Shine" in uptown Saint John, which was well known for being a "hot stove" location for many politicians and celebrities when visiting Saint John.
"Fergie" as he is referred to by those around the Sea Dogs locker room, is a very valuable asset to the team with his knowledge of Harbour Station and his work ethic. He also has been a key part of the Irving Oil's 7th player of the game program by making sure the 7th player and their family have a very memorable experience.
On top of his game day responsibilities Ferguson has also put a huge effort into raising support and awareness for the newly completed four seasons complex in St.Martin's. Ferguson and his wife Laura, residents of St.Martin's have two children, George and Alichia as well as two grand children.