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Ty Ferguson

Age: 15

Team: Carleton Place Canadians

Height: 5'10''

Weight: 145 lbs

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Written by: David Vitone

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Carleton Place Canadians goaltender Ty Ferguson is a player who can always be trusted to make the big save in close games. Ferguson, 15 years old, has laced up his skates since he was seven, and hockey is something he’s been passionate about for his teenage years. He loves putting in the hours to make himself a better player every time he steps on the ice.

During the week, he practices with his team and attends a Complete Goalie Development program to improve on all aspects of the game. Ferguson makes sure to dedicate all of his time to playing up to his standards. He also admired how much of a team sport hockey is and loves being a reliable teammate. The ability to sacrifice is rare, and it’s something that Ferguson loves when he straps on the pads. Ferguson is currently on the right path to success; as Northeastern goalie Devon Levi was a member of the Carleton Place Canadians, he’ll look to follow in his footsteps. His favorite goalie is Predators goaltender Jusse Saros, mainly because of his stand-up style of play.

 

So far, he’s won multiple tournaments, and he was so excited to be drafted by the Canadians because it’s another step in the right direction for his future. All of his coaches admire the hard work he puts in because they know how much he loves standing in between the pipes to stop the opposing team from scoring.

Ferguson also plays baseball, and during his summers, he works as an umpire, which is something he enjoys as he’s always around sports. His name is one to watch in the coming future, as he’ll have his eyes set on making the world know who he is.

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