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Contents

The Early

Days 6

Chapter 1

Edmonton Esquimaux 8

Chapter 2

Edmonton 49ers 20

Glory

Bound 32

Chapter 3

Five Years to a Cup 34

Chapter 4

The Glory Gang Era 46

Notable Players A-H 57

Turn

Around

Time 62

Chapter 5

The Nervous Nine 64

Chapter 6

Sad Sack Sixties 76

Legends 104

Chapter 8

Legends 106

Wall of Honour 106

Legends off

the Field 146

Chapter 7

Dynasty Decade 88

Notable Players H-P 99

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Clawing

Back 160

Chapter 9

Eskimo Reload 162

Chapter 10

City of Champions 172

Notable Players R-Z 181

Chapter 11

Ricky Ray Days 186

Chapter 12

Return to Glory 196

Legacy 208

Chapter 13

Grey Cup 210

Chapter 14

Flagship Franchise 226

Spirit of Edmonton 236

Cheer Team 240

Forever

United 242

Chapter 15

Fan Zone 244

Writer and

Photo Editor 254

Epic Legacy Team 255

Photo Credits 255

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Chapter 3

Five Years

to a Cup

The 1951 Edmonton Eskimos team. GM Al Anderson (wearing a

white Stetson, standing on left) and president Walter Sprague,

standing on right. Front row: Tiger Goldstick (trainer) second from

right. Second row: Normie Kwong sixth from left, and Rollie Miles

third from right. Third row: Annis Stukus, fourth player from left,

Steve Paproski sixth from left, and Frankie Morris, fourth from right.

It would happen twice in Edmonton sports history.

Team enters league. Team wins Cup within ive seasons.

It would happen on the ice with Hockey Hall of

Fame players like Wayne Gretzky, Mark Messier, Jari

Kurri, Paul Cofey, Grant Fuhr and Glenn Anderson, when the

Edmonton Oilers joined the National Hockey League in 1979

and won the Stanley Cup, their irst of ive, in 1984.

But years before that, the Edmonton Eskimos had done the

same thing with the Grey Cup, back at the start of the Eskimos

era that began in 1949.

Rollin Prather experienced virtually the entire run-up to the

1954 Grey Cup, and was not only there to live it, but played a

very large role in winning it.

“I came to the team in 1950 when Annis Stukus was the

coach. He was full of spirit. hen came Frank Filchok. He was

considered an old pro. hen we had Darrell Royal. He brought

the Split-T formation here when it was new. And in the end, of

course, we had Pop Ivy, who won three Grey Cups. Pop worked

under Bud Wilkinson, who was one of the best. Darrell Royal

drew up the technical plans and Pop had a ready-made team.

Pop had the management style to work in Canadian football.

He’d leave the players in when they made mistakes, instead of

pulling them from the game. hat was his secret.”

It’s fascinating how all of that came together.

By 1950 the Eskimos had Don Durno, Frankie Morris, Doug

Pyder, Lindy Berry, Jim “Bugsy” Quandamatteo, Morris Bailey,

Rollin Prather, Harry Hobbs, Ted Tully, Mike King, Bill Briggs

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and Monk Manley. Following

them were Dale Meinhart, Earl

Lindley and Ray Wilsey.

In 1950 the team came in at an

even 7–7, then went 8–6 in 1951.

In both those years, the Eskimos

made it to the third game of the

best-of-three Western Finals.

he 1951 team that played in

a Clarke Stadium that had been

expanded to seat 11,700 came

up with Normie Kwong from

the Calgary Stampeders—the

man who would one day become

Alberta’s Lieutenant Governor.

Kwong’s acquisition came about

as a result of a protest by the

Eskimos that Calgary had stolen

Reg Clarkson from Edmonton.

Kwong was the stif penalty

the league imposed on the

Stampeders. While he’d played

in the 1948 Grey Cup game with

Calgary in his rookie year, it was

in Edmonton that Kwong became

the “China Clipper” and the

“Living Legend.”

He was also the source of a lot of fun in the dressing room,

with his fabulous sense of humour and his ability to take ‘em as

good as he gave ‘em. Chuck Quilter was Kwong’s roommate and

was once quoted as saying: “I didn’t like his cooking, but he sure

did the laundry well.”

Another player who joined the team in 1951 was Rollie Miles.

“He was the irst black player, and I had to ind him a place,”

said Eskimo board member Henry Singer. “I took him to the

Royal George Hotel. People might not believe this, but the desk

clerk wouldn’t give him a room because he was black. Finally we

raised enough hell that they ired that desk clerk.”

So Miles wasn’t at irst treated like royalty. But Edmonton

already had that covered as, that same season, the City welcomed

Queen Elizabeth and Prince Philip. Except Elizabeth was

Princess Elizabeth then. And she was responsible for the irst

toilet in Clarke Stadium.

October 27,1951, Princess Elizabeth and the Duke of Edinburgh, with Mrs. Walter Sprague,

watched the Western semiinal in Edmonton.

“We had to have facilities,” said Walter Sprague, then-team

president. “here was a big fuss about that. he oicials wondered

what we’d do if she had to go to the can. hen Scotland Yard got

into it. hey decided nobody else could be on the dais but the

Princess, the Prince, my wife or myself. And they made another

discovery. here was no toilet paper in our toilet. It was very

disappointing, ater all our trouble, that she didn’t use it.”

he Princess, recalled Sprague, was charming. “She’d been

to the Calgary Stampede and nearly froze. So we hooked up

electric blankets.

“Philip was very interested in the game. It was one of

those 5–4 or 5–3 games. Elizabeth was overwhelmed by all

the sounds of the players, and was a little frightened for her

person,” said Sprague, remembering the seat they provided

for the Princess at her irst gridiron game was only a few feet

from the sidelines.

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The Eskimos always

drew a big crowd at

Clarke Stadium in the

early 1950s

In 1951 a quarterback by the name of Frankie Filchok came

to town, replaced Stukus as coach within a year, and brought the

Eskimos to the 1952 Grey Cup.

“Filchok was an old Gashouse Gang type of character. He

seemed like a big-time operator to us,” remembered Don Barry,

a 1952 rookie.

“Filchok was the last of the old-time coaches. Films he could

take or leave,” was the recollection of Frank Morris.

Morris was the guy who won three Grey Cups with the Argos

and would win another three with the Eskimos, before adding

many more as the team’s director of Canadian scouting. He had

vivid memories of the 1952 Grey Cup when we talked about it

years later.

“I remember Filchok put himself in to hold onto extra points,”

said Morris. “Bob Pathenrath was doing it all year. Filchok took

it over for himself in the Grey Cup game and Pathenrath never

forgave him for that.

“hat was the most memorable of all of the Grey Cups to me,

even though we lost it,” Morris said. “We played the Toronto

Argos, and we had a few guys like myself who had let them

under trying circumstances to join Stuke. I, for one, was accused

of running of with the team’s treasury. hat 1952 Grey Cup—I

really wanted it.”

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“Henry Singer outitted the whole team with coats and hats

for our trip to the Grey Cup, and when we returned, after

losing the game, all of us dressed in those coats and hats.”

he Eskimos wouldn’t win it. Ater a 9–6 season, they lost the

game 21–11.

But they got a rousing return in Edmonton, regardless. “It

was unbelievable,” remembers Arnold. “hey just went wild in

Edmonton. I couldn’t believe it. here were fewer than 200,000

people in Edmonton then. I couldn’t believe the diference 50

years later. But to this day, I believe that’s when Edmonton became

a football town. It was such a big deal to go to the Grey Cup.”

Ted Tully, who would return to win three and play in the 1960

game as well, agreed. “Henry Singer outitted the whole team

with coats and hats for our trip to the Grey Cup, and when we

returned, ater losing the game, all of us dressed in those coats

and hats ... I’d never seen anything like it in my life. here were

so many people. It was like we’d won. It was quite an experience

for a 22-year-old.”

Quarterback Claude Arnold was a major acquisition for

the Eskimos that year. He was 27 when he came out of college,

having missed three years of football while in military service

during World War II.

“I really wasn’t planning on playing pro, but Edmonton

management brought me in and gave me the best contract in

Pop Ivy coached at his alma mater for Oklahoma Sooners from 1948 to 1954,

then he became head coach for the Esks.

Regardless of where they played, the Esks always had a full house.

the league, mostly because I wasn’t interested. I had a career

planned in the oil business,” said the former University of

Oklahoma Sooner.

he Eskimos solved that by convincing Arnold we had just

the right job for him here, in the Alberta oil business.

“hat was quite the year in 1952,” said Arnold. “Frank

Filchok was the coach, but he really wasn’t ready to quit playing

when Edmonton management brought me in. So he put me

into situations where I had everything to lose and nothing to

gain, and he’d be in there when there was nothing to lose and

everything to gain.

“In 1952 Winnipeg had the best team in the league.

hey walked away. We played Calgary in a two-point series.

Calgary beat us 31–12 in the irst game. In the second game,

Rollin Prather set a record for most catches … a record that

lasted for years. I had just a tremendous game. We won it 30–7.

hat put us against Winnipeg. hey beat us 28–12 in the irst

game in Edmonton.

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The Fifties Dream Team included an all-star

backield of, from left to right, Oscar Kruger,

Johnny Bright, Don Getty, Normie Kwong,

and Jackie Parker.


Johnny Bright and his trademark

high step, breaking a tackle

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“Ater we lost that irst game, management

demanded that Filchok play me. hat was

a big turn-around for me. he playofs just

made me. We beat them two games in a row

in Winnipeg,” he said of the 18–12 and 22–11

victories. “I had real good games in the playofs.

But I didn’t have a good Grey Cup game. he ield

was like a skating rink.”

Other factors might possibly have afected the team’s

performance.

“We played 27 games that year, and that’s not games like they

play them now. Most guys were going both ways then,” said Steve

Mendryk.

“We were all too amazed by the big show,” remembered

Don Barry.

“he following season, Darrell Royal came to Edmonton

and installed the Split-T and it worked great. I think everybody

agreed we were the best team in the league that year,” said Arnold.

he diference between Filchok and Royal was “night and

day,” Arnold testiied. “It was just good to play for a normal, good

football coach.”

Despite that, the Eskimos didn’t get back in 1953. Years later,

players would contend that the team Darrell Royal coached in

Edmonton in 1953 was better than the team that would win

Grey Cups in 1954–55–56, and that the best team of all in the

irst Edmonton Eskimos era was the 1957 team.

By 1953 the Eskimos had put together quite a football team.

Coach Darrell Royal would be here just one season before

going on to become a U.S. college coaching legend at the

University of Texas.

Billy Vessels also joined the Eskimos that year. Vessels had

just won the Heisman Trophy as the most outstanding player in

U.S. college football but had chosen to play pro in Edmonton,

following in the footsteps of Darrell Royal, who had been his

coach in the States and had just signed on to coach the Eskimos.

“Claude Arnold and Frank Anderson were teammates of

mine at the University of Oklahoma,” said Vessels. “I came to

Edmonton to see Arnold, who was my quarterback, and to look

into the possibility of playing here.

“I was paid $12,000. I played halback. Normie Kwong was

fullback. Rollie Miles was also in the backield,” remembered

Vessels, thinking back to the year before Johnny Bright became

an Eskimo.

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he Schenley Award ceremony was a classy afair. And Vessels

would win the very irst Schenley Award, although a long list

of people—including Vessels himself—would have told you it

deserved to go to Rollie Miles.

“I thought it was great,” said Vessels. “I was really impressed. I

stood up at the banquet and told them they’d picked the wrong

player, though. I thought Rollie Miles should have been the

winner. He had a great season. Rollie was one of the most gited

athletes I played with in my entire career.”

Vessels didn’t come back in 1954. “I had to go into the service

for two years,” he said, referring to the Korean Conlict. “When

I got out, the Baltimore Colts made me one of those ofers you

can’t refuse. I tore up my leg pretty good there. And I also found

out I didn’t have the ability any more when I got out of the army.”

Moe Lieberman, the team president in 1953 and 1954, was

always of the opinion that Royal had been responsible for the

achievements of his successor, Pop Ivy, who inherited a team

that would win 61 games and lose 18 during his tenure.

Also joining the Eskimos was fullback Johnny Bright, who

had been a Calgary Stampeder for two seasons.

“Johnny never ran for daylight, he ran for someone to run

over,” remembered teammate Mike Lashuk.

“People remember Johnny as a big, lumbering fullback,” said

Don Getty. “But really, he was the fastest guy on our team. And

he was a great athlete. He played with the Harlem Globetrotters.

He was Drake University’s Athlete of the Half Century.”

“I remember Johnny would always be at the front of the bus

and Normie at the back of the bus,” said Don Barry, “and they’d

start taking shots at each other and keep topping each other with

one-liners. It usually started with Normie debating if Johnny was

blocking as hard for him as he blocked for Johnny. Good times.”

Royal quit ater one season to chase and capture U.S. college

coaching immortality with the University of Texas Longhorns.

But he came to Edmonton as a young coach, with some faults.

For one thing, he went with irst-stringers all the way that year,

when he could have played other guys. By the time the playofs

came around, the irst-string guys were all racked up.

According to Frank Morris, Royal was actually the guy who

made the decision for which quarterback Claude Arnold was

blamed, for decades aterward. Morris said, “We lost the inal to

Winnipeg. It was late in the game, and Rod Pantages made the

decision to kick the ball right through the end zone. It was Royal’s

decision to throw one more pass. Dave Skrein intercepted it and

lipped it to Tom Casey, who went all the way.”

“It’s real yesterday, but the thing I could never forget was my

pass interception in the inal playof game against Winnipeg,

with Tom Casey taking that lateral for 100 yards,” remembered

Arnold. “We were leading 21–0 at the end of the third quarter,

but our defensive backs were kind of shot, hurt and tired.

Winnipeg came back with three touchdown passes to tie us.

We’d dominated the game, and we fought back and were on our

drive to score the winning touchdown. We got to about the 15-

yard line and my irst pass was tipped out of the receiver’s hand

at the last second, but we mistakenly ran one more play before

kicking it in for the ield goal or rouge.

“I golfed with Darrell Royal the other day and told him I

still have dreams about it,” Arnold said, in our interview back

in 1992. “I think about that damn play in the middle of the

night sometimes.”

Royal didn’t depart with a Grey Cup championship, but he let

a parting git.

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Legend has it that Eagle Keys snapped the ball for the

winning convert with a broken leg. Dean, for years, swore

it was Keys. But it was actually Bill Briggs.

“If you think Billy Vessels is great, you should look at the

player I coached before I came here,” said Royal.

“He told us,” remembered GM Al Anderson, “about Jackie

Parker.”

Anderson would give Parker $9,500 plus a $500 signing bonus,

out-bidding the New York Giants of the NFL for the services of

“Ol’ Spaghetti Legs.”

Clarke Stadium, which had been enlarged in 1951, was

expanded again in 1954 to an even greater seating capacity

of 20,677. Jackie Parker was the perfect attraction to ill the

additional seats.

Ater opening the season with a couple of losses, Edmonton

won 11 games and lost only 3 the rest of the way. he team

made it to the Grey Cup game where, if there was a freeze frame

in Edmonton sports history for the irst three-quarters of the

century, it was on one play.

he Alouettes’ Chuck Hunsinger fumbled. Jackie Parker picked

up the ball and ran 90 yards for the touchdown.

To this day, nobody quite agrees whether it was a fumble

or whether the Montreal Alouettes halback was about to

make a lateral. But Rollin Prather hit him high and Ted Tully

hit him low, and on November 27, 1954, with Johnny Bright

running the length of the ield with him, Parker went all

the way for a touchdown that brought a ive-to-one collection

of underdogs from what would have been a 25–20 defeat to

a 25–25 tie. Touchdowns were worth ive points back then.

On came the convert crew. And Bob Dean, who hadn’t missed

one all season, kicked the point that gave Edmonton the

Grey Cup.

Legend has it that Eagle Keys snapped the ball for the winning

convert with a broken leg. Dean, for years, swore it was Keys. But

it was actually Bill Briggs. Keys was down with the last of a long

list of injuries he’d sufered that year, and couldn’t make it from

the bench to the end of the ield to make the play.

“In 1954 our doctors worked harder than anybody. We had

guys hurt all over the place. All the sportswriters said the same

thing. hey said it was the irst year the Grey Cup would have a

million-dollar gate, and the West was sending a two-bit team,”

recalled Don Barry.

It may or may not have been a luke, but unquestionably, it

was a ton of fun. While Canadian sports historians will never

forget that game, the players involved would never forget the

party that followed.

It’s hard to imagine, three hours ater a game like that, the

players sitting around the Royal York Hotel complaining that

they were bored.

“We were,” said Bob Dean. “Somebody mentioned how dead a

town Toronto was, and that we all ought to go to Montreal. And then

this guy, Bob Kashower, comes up to us and says, ‘Hell of an idea!’

An hour later, there’s a bus at the front door. his guy Kashower

chartered a Trans-Canada Airlines plane to Montreal and phoned

up this casino-like place, and all of a sudden, at 1:00 a.m., we’ve

got 22 football players there. hey had a full complement of staf

and a full loorshow, and we were the only people in the place. I

personally saw the bill, and it was $5,500 for the nightclub alone. I

don’t know how much the plane and the bus cost him.”

Kashower, a high roller from Edmonton, had received ive-toone

odds on the game. He had won $25,000.

Don Barry

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Chapter 14

Flagship

Franchise

Edmonton Member of Parliament Steve Paproski, an

ofensive lineman with the original 1949 Eskimos,

was hosting lunch in the House of Commons

Parliamentary Dining Room one day in the early

1970s. Team president Jim Hole, general manager Norm Kimball,

play-by-play broadcaster Bryan Hall and I had been invited to

join him.

When Prime Minister John Diefenbaker came over to visit

the table, Hole immediately produced a freshly minted EE logo

and pinned it on the PM’s lapel. “I know what that stands for,”

said Dief he Chief. “It stands for Ever Excellent.’’

Dief had it right, even though everybody else from

Saskatchewan seemed to think it stood for Evil Empire.

For much of their history since, the Eskimos have been the

lagship franchise of the league. Since 1949 when the team was

formed, the Eskimos have won more regular season games,

appeared in more Grey Cup games and won more Grey Cups

than any other CFL team. heir run of 34 consecutive years in

the playofs still stands as a record for a North American pro

sports team.

Since 1949 the Eskimos have won 14 Grey Cups, making them

the only outit in league history to win the Grey Cup more oten

than the 10 times they missed the playofs. Within that same time

span, Hamilton has won eight Grey Cups; Toronto, Winnipeg

and Montreal, seven each; Calgary, B.C. and Ottawa, six each;

Saskatchewan four; and Baltimore (in the U.S. expansion years

of 1994–1995) one.

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Campbell’s ive-in-a-row, 1978–82 team and

Pop Ivy’s 1954–56 club are the two most celebrated

teams in league history.

Also through those years, Edmonton has made 23 Grey

Cup appearances, Hamilton 20, Winnipeg and Montreal 16,

Toronto and Calgary 14, Saskatchewan 12, B.C. 10, Ottawa 8,

and Baltimore 2.

Edmonton’s community-owned franchise has inished irst in

the West 23 times, second on 21 occasions, and third 11 times.

Campbell’s ive-in-a-row, 1978–82 team and Pop Ivy’s

1954–56 club are the two most celebrated teams in league

history. And in 2016, with quarterback Mike Reilly leading

a core group of talented players going into the prime years of

their career, many expect yet another spectacular Edmonton

era may be at hand.

Add up the irst- and second-place inishes, and that’s a lot more

home playof games than anybody else has posted. In fact, former

head coach Hugh Campbell said that having a home playof game

in each of his irst 25 years with the organization was his ultimate

accomplishment, as he looked back on his six trips to the Grey

Cup in six seasons as a coach and on all his years of keeping the

playof streak alive until he stepped down as GM and CEO.

“I took a lot of pride in having home playof games,” said

Campbell. “It’s a remarkable record, and I really believe a lot of

the credit should go to people like Joe Healy and Jim Hole, two

former presidents. hey decided to put a guy in charge and let

him do the job without interference from the board members.

In all that time, there was only Norm Kimball and myself in that

job. he orders from headquarters haven’t changed. Nobody else

has had anywhere near that kind of consistency.”

he numbers are impressive. Going into the 2016 season, the

Eskimos had played 1,126 regular season games. hey’d won

646 of them and tied another 18. Edmonton’s all-time record

at home is 372–184–7, and the team is only four games under

.500 on the road, at 274–278–11. In Commonwealth Stadium,

the Eskimos have put together a staggering record of 233–97–2.

hey have a winning record against every team in the league.

he CFL record book is loaded with numbers that tell the

story of the Eskimos over the years: most consecutive winning

seasons (14), most wins in a regular season (16), most yards

rushing in a regular season (4,345), most touchdowns in a regular

season (46), and on and on. he stats include dozens of playof

and Grey Cup team records, as well as individual records galore.

And these numbers don’t even include the two highest winning

percentages among coaches of all time, Campbell’s .773 and Pop

Ivy’s .772, or Campbell’s marks for most consecutive irst-place

inishes (six), most consecutive Grey Cup appearances (six) and

most consecutive Grey Cup wins (ive).

he two most storied CFL teams are arguably Campbell’s ivein-a-row

Eskimos of 1978 through 1982 and Ivy’s three-in-arow

Eskimos of 1954 through 1956.

But it hasn’t been about just the numbers. John Tory, Canadian

Football League commissioner from 1996 to 2000, said, “I’ve

been exposed to a number of leagues and a number of teams in

pro sport, and I’ve come to know the Edmonton Eskimos are one

of the great organizations in pro sports. here’s been something

special about it for a long, long time.”

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“he Eskimos have been the cornerstone of the CFL,”

commented Bill Baker, another former CFL commissioner.

“Edmonton has been the leader in times of crisis. Anytime the

league is in trouble, Edmonton steps in. And they’ve supplied

about half the league’s great quarterbacks over the years.”

Norm Kimball, once a salesman for the National Cash

Register Company, may deserve as much credit for the team’s

status as any one individual. “I would like to build this into the

best professional football franchise in North America,” Kimball

said in the early 1970s. Later, Kimball deined his goal to lead

the league in class and in every category. He said he wanted the

Eskimos to be viewed as an NFL operation in the CFL.

With capacity crowds in Commonwealth Stadium and nine

trips to the Grey Cup game in 10 seasons, Kimball could claim

“mission accomplished” from 1973 to 1982.

Hugh Campbell recalled a noteworthy conversation with

Norm Kimball. “I remember once suggesting, ‘Maybe we can’t

be the Montreal Canadiens, but ...’ and Norm interrupted me

and said, ‘Why not? Why couldn’t we?’”

Signiicantly, Jim Coleman, the dean of Canadian sportswriters

at the time, would go on to write, “he Edmonton

Eskimos are the Montreal Canadiens of the CFL.”

As for the 34-year record for consecutive seasons in the

playofs, Norm Kimball saw this coming years in advance. “here

is no reason the Edmonton Eskimos should miss the playofs

again this century,” he said to me in the early ’80s.

he Eskimos have drawn more fans, led the league in attendance

more years and had the largest single-game crowd of the season in

almost every season. Since the team moved into Commonwealth

Stadium in 1978, the Eskimos have led the league in attendance 27

times—including 22 times from 1993 to 2015, failing only once,

during the 4–14 season in 2013.

In the team’s 67-year history to this point, the Eskimos

have drawn 16,085,771 fans to regular season home games.

he all-time regular season attendance for Eskimos games in

Commonwealth Stadium is 12,098,364, a total no other CFL

franchise comes even close to matching over the same time span.

You can’t talk numbers without bringing up the 50–50 pool,

which is administered by Cathy Presniak, VP inance and human

resources. he Eskimos set world records for 50–50 payouts and

fund a signiicant percentage of minor football operations in

Northern Alberta with the proceeds. he world record for a 50–

50 payout came in the 2014 Eskimos season, when 20-year-old

Connor Croken had his 15 minutes of fame ater winning the

carry-over draw for $348,534.

In the irst four years with the new automated 50–50 system,

winners have let with sums such as $160,507, $145,335,

$127,875, $126,250, $113,165, $113,155, $108,567 and $102,752.

Super fan, Chantelle EE Miller Jim Hole and Norm Kimball draw the 50-50

winning ticket.

This photo of a streaker won Perry Mah the 2000

Canadian Press Enterprise Photo of the Year.

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he Eskimos had a million dollar 50–50 year in 2014. By the end

of the season, the team had paid out $1,177,214 to winners and

poured the proits into amateur football, with the Edmonton

Wildcats and the Edmonton Huskies each receiving $200,000.

“Without that money, I don’t think either team would exist,”

said Wildcats coach Darcy Park.

“here’s a real magic in it,” said Allan Watt, External Relations,

Corporate Projects. “It’s become part of the game entertainment

and part of the culture of coming here. I mean, somebody goes

home from every football game with a lot of money.”

Edmonton’s Commonwealth Stadium has always been a great

place to hold a Grey Cup. Only Olympic Stadium in Montreal

has been able to put up numbers that compare to the Grey Cup

attendance igures of 63,317 (2010), 62,531 (2002), 60,431 (1997)

and 60,081 (1984).

Grey Cup chairmen Doug Goss and Rick LeLacheur bring home the Cup, 2010.

And you could make a case that when it comes to the Grey

Cup, Edmonton has been the host with the most. Former CFL

commissioner Tory noted, “If you had to print a handbook on how

to plan a Grey Cup, the irst three chapters would be Edmonton.”

Until Edmonton built and expanded Commonwealth

Stadium to 60,000 seats, going to the Grey Cup always involved

a road trip for Edmonton fans. But the 1984 Grey Cup—the

72nd edition of the event—became only the second one played

in a prairie province.

Ater the irst one, held in Calgary in 1975, people said “Never

again!” due to the incredibly cold conditions. he 1984 one

wasn’t much warmer, with a game-time temperature of -11ºC.

he game itself was a dud: Winnipeg 47, Hamilton 17. But the

fans didn’t mind much. he stadium was the star, and with the

job done by Rick LeLacheur’s organizing committee and the way

the town put on a party, Edmonton came out a winner. Many

proclaimed it the best Grey Cup celebration ever. here was no

doubt that the job Edmonton did would result in prairie cities

regularly hosting Grey Cups in the future.

When the Grey Cup returned to Edmonton in 1997, it was

as an emergency replacement for Montreal, which had decided

it couldn’t handle the contest that year. Edmonton had nine

months to give birth to the event, and its “Party In Your Parka”

theme was a total triumph. And that was despite the fact that the

Saskatchewan Roughriders upset the Eskimos in the Western

Final in Commonwealth Stadium. he ticket revenue for the event

was a staggering $6,043,537, and total revenue was $8,848,917.

Paul Tagliabue, NFL commissioner from 1989 to 2006, was

invited as a special guest in 1997. He applauded the event,

saying, “he sense of tradition and enthusiasm I found was

really remarkable. It was an excellent experience.”

Don Wittman of CBC Sports, who had attended about 40

Grey Cups and broadcast more than 25 of them, didn’t hesitate

to ofer his rating. “he two held in Edmonton rank right at the

top. he one in 1997—especially considering the short time they

had to put it all together—was incredible. hey did one hell of a

job. Of all the Grey Cups I’ve been to, I’d have to rank the two in

Edmonton [as] 1 and 2.”

CFL commissioner Tory didn’t hold back either. “It’s never

been done any better. A Grey Cup has never been that successful

inancially, and it was absolutely irst class,” he said.

he ultimate testimonial came from Saskatchewan GM Al Ford,

who wrote a letter to the editor at the end of the week to put it all in

perspective. “It was a irst-class event run by irst-class people in a

irst-class city,” he wrote. “he spirit in which Edmonton embraced

Rider Pride was overwhelming. he volunteers and organizing

committee of Grey Cup ’97, the Eskimos organization and the

citizens of Edmonton made our stay in Edmonton memorable. It

is a true honour to say that Edmonton is not only our neighbour,

but our partner in the Canadian Football League.”

Again, however, it wasn’t much of a game. Toronto defeated

Saskatchewan 47–23.

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The top 10

attendance

igures of the

Eskimos are

the envy of

the league:

62,444 (September 2003)

61,481 (September 2002)

59,979 (October 1982)

59,836 (September 1982)

59,723 (August 1982)

59,104 (October 1982)

57,843 (September 1991)

57,596 (August 1982)

57,444 (September 1990)

56,354 (August 1982)

he league returned to hold a third Grey Cup in Edmonton in

2002, with a haltime show featuring Shania Twain singing and

a fan winning $6.49 million, live on the ield at haltime. But the

big attraction was the green and gold in the game.

Edmonton outdid itself in terms of providing the party,

and the reviews were the same as they’d been for the irst

two in Commonwealth Stadium. But Eskimos fans ended

up gutted by the result of the game itself. Head coach Tom

Higgins’ highly controversial fourth-quarter gamble and a

myriad of missed opportunities resulted in a 26–16 loss to the

Montreal Alouettes, and the result pretty much pooped the party

for Edmonton.

In 2010, with the Eskimos out of the playofs

with a 7–11 record, the focus was back on

producing “A November to Remember,” with

an Edmonton Grey Cup show that raised the

bar yet again.

First, Edmonton broke all previous records

in declaring a sellout a full week prior to their

irst pre-season game. “None of us expected

this, or even anything remotely close to this,”

said organizing committee co-chairman Doug

Goss. “To my knowledge, the fastest a Grey Cup

has ever been sold out before was by Calgary,

the same day they came up here to play the

Labour Day rematch.”

Edmonton 2010 was declared to be the

greatest Grey Cup festival in history, a full 24

hours before the game. Co-chairman Rick

LeLacheur said the police estimated that

120,000 people watched the Grey Cup Parade.

But he said the best part was watching

people watch each other. “We had people happily lined up

outside the Huddle Dome for a half an hour. Our goal was

to make it aford-able and to make it family. We’ve had the

weather the last few days and Edmonton really turned out. All

day, people were walking around just enjoying being with all

the fans from around the country, wearing all their gear and

Cupping it up.”

Edmonton 2010 was cited as the best example ever of the fact

that the Grey Cup is about the real fans, rather than the VIPs and

corporate executives who get so much attention at games such

as the Super Bowl.

It was -4ºC at game time

and just a spectacular scene in

Commonwealth Stadium, with

maybe 50,000 of the 63,317

fans wearing Saskatchewan

Roughrider green.

But in the end, as had

happened 97 times previously in

the Saskatchewan club’s 100-year

history, Roughrider fans didn’t

see their team win a Grey Cup

championship.

he game itself would be

remembered for going down to the last

minute. Ater three previous Grey Cups

here that didn’t live up to the parties that preceded them, this

one—despite the inal score of Montreal 21, Saskatchewan 18—

was worthy.

But there’s more involved here than winning football games,

selling tickets and producing Grey Cup festivals.

he motto “Champions in the Community” is a snappy slogan,

but it’s oh so much more than a trademark catchphrase. It’s a

mission statement. And the players who pass down the “Eskimo

Way” from generation to generation are the ones who make the

team real champions in a real community.

In 2015, players, coaches, staf and cheer team members made

850 community appearances. And taking into account the many

events centred on the Grey Cup in the of-season, it’s projected

that such community appearances will push 1,000 in 2016.

“Our players are truly champions in the community,” said

president and CEO Len Rhodes. “hey go to hospitals to

spend time with sick children, go to schools to talk about antibullying,

itness and nutrition, participate in Read-In Week and

are heavily involved on football ields coaching kids. hey do it

because they care.”

he itinerary for Eskimos players includes a long list of stops.

he Stollery Children’s Hospital. Ronald McDonald House. he

Mustard Seed. Kids With Cancer. Make-A-Wish. Big Brothers

Big Sisters. Boys & Girls Clubs. It goes on and on.

he event that involves the greatest number of players

is Monday Morning Magic at K-Days. he full roster of players,

the coaching staf, the business staf and the cheer team descend

on the midway to help disabled and special-needs kids onto rides,

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and in many cases to ride with them. Grown carnies have been

known to cry watching the scenes this event produces, but mostly

smiles and delight rule the morning that ends with lunch and

entertainment provided by Northlands, host of the festivities.

he players also attend the Eskimos Annual Dinner, sitting

at tables with team supporters, and make appearances at the

Eskimos Women’s Dinner. hese events raise big money for the

Telus Champions in the Community program and the Lois Hole

Hospital for Women, respectively.

As a community-owned team, the Eskimos pride themselves

on helping minor football teams and organizations that support

charitable causes. he team donates prizes and auction items,

such as autographed footballs, signed jerseys and autographed

replica helmets.

And being a champion in the community doesn’t end when

a player’s career comes to an end. If you’ve attended minor

football games in the area, you’ll have noticed Eskimo Alumni

Association electronic scoreboards and score clocks in Clarke

Stadium, Johnny Bright Park, Confederation Park and St. Albert.

he combined cost of these is upwards of $75,000.

Every year, alumni also provide in the neighbourhood of

$20,000 to go toward ield rental fees. his beneits 57 Capital

District Football Association teams in atom, pee wee, bantam

and midget football. It also aids the Edmonton Metro High

School Football League, both senior and junior programs, to the

beneit of another 35 teams. In addition, the association provides

support to novice and atom lag football leagues. To date, the

alumni association has raised more than $1.5 million for minor

football alone.

“I don’t know if there are stats to back it up, but it was certainly

true in my time and it seems to have been true ever since,” said

’50s-era Eskimo and the late provincial premier Don Getty. “It

might come down to the winning, but it spans the eras. I feel as

close to the players of today as I felt to the players of my time.

I don’t know what it is, but I think they feel the same way. It’s

something special. here’s a real sense of family.”

When it comes to the big picture, the Eskimos, in almost every

way, have played their part in Edmonton becoming known far

and wide as Canada’s City of Champions.

(top) Nate Coehoorn with young fan on a midway ride during Monday

Morning Magic. (middle) Grant Shaw and Mike Reilly visit the Stollery

Children’s Hospital with the Grey Cup. (bottom) Gizmo Williams with a fan

at Habitat for Humanity

Bob Howell celebrating Eskimos

Grey Cup No. 7 win in 1980.

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Spirit of Edmonton

You haven’t experienced the Grey Cup if you

haven’t been to the Spirit of Edmonton.

It’s the legendary Number 1 party of the Grey Cup

Festival, where the fans of all teams religiously gather

to show their colours and celebrate Canadian football together.

“he Spirit” is the epicentre of Grey Cup hoopla. It ills massive

rooms with fans from around the league and hosts an annual

breakfast for 1,000 that is oten sold out a year in advance.

But it wasn’t always action central. he Spirit of Edmonton

started out in a modest suite in the host hotel.

Bruce Keltie, who would go on to be the longest-serving

chairman of the group, takes us back to Montreal in 1985 when

it took place in an actual hotel suite.

“I remember Doug Mitchell, the CFL commissioner, came

of the elevator and saw 200 people in the corridor,” said Keltie.

“He asked me what was going on. I explained that we were

celebrating the CFL and the Spirit of Edmonton. Doug said, ‘My

goodness, where do they all go to the bathroom? Would it help

if I unlocked my door?’ he commissioner allowed us to use the

suite half of his room. It’s phenomenal to look back and realize

it grew from that room into what it’s become.”

Keltie started going to Grey Cups in 1974. Bruce Bannard,

who had taken over from Don Clarke, recruited him to join

the group in 1985, the year the party overlowed into the

commissioner’s suite.

“Jack Rudd and I ended up pouring the drinks in that hotel

suite. Jack would [eventually] take over as committee head, and I

went from hospitality chairman to breakfast chairman to taking

over from Jack in 1992. Jack was my mentor, and I’ve stayed

around, being Keith Keating’s mentor.”

What happens in the Spirit of Edmonton stays in the Spirit of

Edmonton. But there are times when the story is too good not to

tell. Like the time when long-time doorman Rex Moore informed

Larry Ryckman, then owner of the Calgary Stampeders, that he’d

have to go to the back of the lineup like everybody else.

“In Winnipeg in 1991, an Argo fanatic, Mark, met a Blue

Bomber fan, Darlene, at our Spirit party,” Keltie remembered. “In

July, I received a call from Mark announcing their engagement.

He asked if there was any way possible they could be married at

the Spirit Breakfast. It was a wonderful wedding.”

he Spirit of Edmonton didn’t become Grey Cup party central

until 1989 in Toronto. Saskatchewan Roughriders fans arrived

from all directions, ready to celebrate having their team in the

game. But they couldn’t ind a Grey Cup environment anywhere

except at one place—the Spirit of Edmonton hospitality room at

the Westin Harbour Castle. he Spirit had rented an unusually

large room that year. hey opened it up to Saskatchewan fans

in particular, and to any other fans that wanted to wear their

team colours and celebrate Canadian football in a city that, at

the time, couldn’t care less.

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David Milligan and Jennifer Mulder.

he Spirit not only maintained its place as Grey Cup hoopla

headquarters, but inspired the competition that developed over

the years and provided the opportunity for each fan to become

as big a part of the competition as possible.

Don Clarke was there in the beginning when the Spirit of

Edmonton was invented. It’s only right that he should have been

chosen for this project. Don Clarke was there in Calgary in 1975,

the year of the irst Spirit of Edmonton breakfast, escorting the

Gold Dust Dancers around town for Klondike shows.

“We were at the square in downtown Calgary, and I was

holding all the girls’ coats while they danced in their costumes,”

remembered Clarke. “A woman in a fur coat came up to me and

asked if she could join them during their performance. I tried to

be as nice as possible, and explained what we were doing there

and that they all had the same costumes. he women opened her

coat and said, ‘Here’s my costume.’”

Clarke is a man who doesn’t forget a … er … a face. He knew

he’d seen her before! He recognized her—all of her—immediately,

as the woman who’d shown up totally nude, becoming the famed

Grey Cup streaker, who made her appearance during the singing

of the national anthem (back then, it was a bit of a novelty).

Clarke remembered the year in Vancouver when the

Edmonton dance girls lost their costumes. “Someone broke

into the room where we kept the costumes and stole them all,”

he said. “Police caught the guy, but the costumes were being held

as evidence. It took a lot of doing, but my background in the

police department paid of. We got the costumes back and

the show went on.”

Recalling another incident, this time in Toronto, he related,

“We were scheduled to give a performance at the Toronto train

station, but there was no piano. We went to a nearby bar with a

piano and agreed to give a performance there if we could borrow

their piano to take to the train station. It created the wonderful

sight of 20 people from the bar pushing a piano to the train

station. Some of those things just happened.”

And then there was the Huddle. “It all started,” said long-time

Spirit member Perry Lewis, “with the ‘Party In Your Parka’ Grey

Cup in Edmonton in 1997, and with the idea that the Spirit of

Edmonton considers ourselves a great friend of the CFL. We

wanted to help all the other groups that kind of developed from

our model to be a successful part of our Grey Cup in Edmonton.

We discovered that the new groups needed help inding locations

to put on their events.”

Providing that help has become the focus of a separate group

within the Grey Cup Festival organizing committee. hey help

everybody from everywhere ind places to set up their parties

within the area of “the Huddle.”

“he greatest memories of

my time as chairman have to be

meeting the greatest of all CFL fans

who, year ater year, have made sure

to spend time in our room—people

like George Hitzroth, who attended

over 70 Grey Cups, the Box J Boys

from Hamilton, the Argoholics from

Toronto and the Booze Brothers

from B.C.,” remembers Keltie. “I

Klondike Kate, aka Deborah Lauren and

Ed Miller, who attended over 65 Grey Cups.

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The Spirit is one of the staples of the Grey Cup—

a three-day event that is interrupted most notably by

a Saturday breakfast for 1,000, which....is often harder

to get a ticket to than the game.

love the fact that they come and thank us every year, and thank

us for hosting a party for them at Grey Cup. I’m extremely proud

of our Spirit family and the work they do promoting our city.”

Sometimes you need a set of outside eyes to paint the best picture.

In 2015, Ray Ratto, a San Francisco columnist with csnbayarea.

com, covered the Grey Cup with an eye to the Super Bowl that was

to be held in the Bay Area two months later. He wrote:

WINNIPEG — he deinition of he Spirit Of Edmonton

is pretty much whatever you want to make it, but let’s just

simplify the process for you. When the band takes a break

“so we can wipe up the loor,” well, let’s just say you’ve been

given your irst hint that you’re not at the Super Bowl.

And the band takes a break “so we can wipe up the loor”

because every few songs, the singer yells out, “SOCIABLE!”

to which all the people in the ballroom throw their hand

holding their drink of choice, yell “SOCIABLE!” back and

then ire down a couple of ounces. Spillage is generally

assured, and sometimes people will miss their mouths

fully. It’s the risk they run.

And the loor is wiped down speciically so that, at least

in this case, the Edmonton Eskimos cheerleaders can do

a routine in which they are mostly thrown into the air at

intricately timed intervals like water show dolphins, and

you don’t want any wrecks in Turn One because the track

is coated in Molson Canadian.

In other words, you are SO not at the Super Bowl now.

he Spirit is one of the staples of the Grey Cup—a

three-day event that is interrupted most notably by

a Saturday breakfast for 1,000, which, according to event

organizer Keith Keating, shouting over one of the band’s

seemingly limitless decade-old rock anthems, “is oten

harder to get a ticket to than the game. You haven’t really

been to a Grey Cup if you haven’t been to a Spirit of

Edmonton breakfast.”

And his predecessor, Bruce Keltie, explained why it’s more

than a breakfast.

“We’ve had about 40 Argos fans from Toronto come up to us

and say, ‘What can we do to help?’ And all I could tell ‘em was,

‘Start stacking chairs and breaking down tables.’

And they did. hat’s why this isn’t just an Edmonton thing.”

he Spirit of Edmonton team includes Jack Rudd, Bruce Keltie,

Perry Lewis, Keith Keating, Dale Saunders, Rex Moore, David

Johnson, Ken Parker, Jean Jewell, Brian Calnan, Brian Small, Neil

McCulloch, Rhonda Hjorth, Harry Jewell, Doug Patrick, Marg

Harrt and Deborah Lauren, a.k.a “Klondike Kate.” hese stellar

supporters all belong in some special corner of the Canadian

Football Hall of Fame.

Bruce Keltie with Spirit Mascot, Sociable.

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Eskimos

Cheer Team

Dianne Greenough calls them “my Eskimos,” but

she’s not referring to the football team.

he Eskimos Cheer Team is recognized as the

top acrobatic team, pro or college, in football.

Greenough, who built a team that combines the moves of

traditional pro football dance teams and U.S. college football

acrobatic teams, has won personal awards galore. She’s won

Edmonton’s Salute to Excellence, University of Alberta Alumni

honours and the Millennium Excellence In Teaching award.

As well, her cheer teams at the Victoria School for the Arts

have won 52 city and provincial titles. She coached the gold

medal-winning Team Canada in the ICU World Cheerleading

Championships.

In 35 years of coaching, including the 20 in

which she coached the featured Eskimos Cheer

Team, she’s led teams to over 200 championship

trophies in Australia, Japan, Hawaii and all over

Canada and the continental U.S. She also created

the annual CFL Grey Cup Cheer Extravaganza,

the Junior Eskimos Cheer Program and the Esks

Cheer Alumni.

Few know about the role she has played

in choreographing the opening and closing

ceremonies of numerous major international

events, such as the 1988 Calgary Olympic Winter

Games and the 2001 Edmonton IAAF World

Championships In Athletics. As well, she created

Dianne Greenough, head coach ceremonial packages for the Queen’s visit for

and choreographer of the Alberta’s Centennial and for Grey Cups in 1997,

Eskimos Cheer Team

2002 and 2010.

For Greenough, it’s never been about “Rah, rah, rah, sis

boom bah.”

“I was at Victoria High School trying to ind something to

involve inner-city girls dealing with drugs, alcohol, pregnancy and

gang violence. I was young myself, and I wanted to ind something

for them to keep busy and keep them of the street,” she said.

A turning point came when Greenough drove three of

her cheerleaders to a camp in Tacoma, where they were irst

exposed to acrobatic cheerleading and decided that’s what they

wanted to do.

In 1995 Greenough was asked to develop an acrobatics co-ed

cheer team for the Eskimos. She quickly produced a team that

would become recognized as the best in North America.

“he timing of that was so perfect. We’d just won the high

school world championships in Japan in 1994. It was a special

group, and I couldn’t imagine those girls graduating and not

seeing them again. I wanted to stay connected with those kids,

and taking them to the Eskimos was ideal.”

“Every year we take our elite dance group to a professional

workshop with the NFL and NBA teams in the U.S. and, while

there’s no competition involved in that, they’ve certainly won

the respect of everybody there.

“We also take the stunt team to the U.S. college camp where

there is a competition on the last day of camp, and at a very

large percentage of those we’ve been very successful with both

individual athletes and the team as well.”

he recognition that the Eskimos cheer team, with its co-ed

combination of dancing and acrobatics, is among the best in the

world, comes from both groups.

So—cheerleaders? Yeah, they’re Eskimos, too.

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— notable players —

H-K

Stewart Hill

Joe Hollimon

Bob Howes

Malvin Hunter

Defensive Lineman

1984–90

Defensive Back

1976–85

Centre

1972–81

Defensive End

1993–2000

Winning the Grey Cup in 1987, his

fourth season of seven with the

Eskimos, Stewart Hill wrote “Bye bye”

on the bottom of the shoes he’d worn

in the Grey Cup game. Hill was off to

the NFL with the Oakland Raiders. He

came back to the Eskimos and won

All-Star honours in 1989 and 1990.

Hill was also runner-up for CFL most

outstanding defensive player in 1990.

Playing a full decade with Edmonton

—1976 to 1985—Joe Hollimon was a

three-time Western All-Star who was

selected CFL All-Star in 1978. Out

of Arkansas State, Hollimon won six

Grey Cups with Edmonton. He holds

Eskimos team records for interceptions

returned for a touchdown, at seven,

and for single-game kick returns, at

eight, for 239 yards.

Bob Howes snapped the football that

Tom Wilkinson pinned and Dave

Cutler kicked to win the 1981 Grey

Cup game. Howes announced his

retirement in the dressing room after

winning his fourth Grey Cup in a

row. A 12-year veteran who joined

the Eskimos in 1972, Howes played

10 seasons for the Eskimos and won

Western All-Star honours in 1973.

A CFL All-Star at defensive end in

1996, Malvin ‘Big Game’ Hunter won

Western All-Star honours three years

in a row through to 1998 in an eightyear

Eskimos career that followed his

pro debut in 1992 in the World League

of American Football. An assistant

coach with Edmonton in 2001,

Hunter returned as an assistant for

three more seasons from 2005 to 2007

and has done scouting work for the

organization since.

Hank Ilesic

Ed Jones

Patrick Kabongo

Eagle Keys

Punter

1977–82, 2001

Defensive Back

1976–84

Offensive Lineman

2004–11

Centre

1952–54

When Hank Ilesic was 17 years old

and in Grade 11, he stood 6 feet 1 inch,

and wore size 14 shoes. They called

him “Big Foot.” Coach Hugh Campbell

said, “He was the first 17-year-old,

Grade 11 student in pro football I ever

heard of.” Ilesic was on the five-in-arow

EE team, played one NFL and 19

CFL seasons, and ended up with seven

Grey Cup rings.

For a long time, Ed Jones was having

a nice quiet career surrounded by a

plethora of great players and collecting

a Grey Cup ring every year in the

five-in-a-row era when, finally, people

began to notice he was one of the

great players, too. He won Canadian

Football League All-Star honours in

1978 and 1980, and was selected one

of the top 40 players in the Eskimos’

first 40 years.

Born Watshidimba Kabongo in

Kinshasa, Zaire, Patrick Kabongo was

a 6 foot 6 inch, 364-pound player

from the University of Nebraska

Cornhuskers. Making the transition

from defensive line, he was a Grey

Cup champion in 2005 and a CFL

All-Star in 2008. In 2009 Kabongo was

a double nominee as most outstanding

Canadian and most outstanding

offensive lineman.

When Eagle Keys coached

Saskatchewan to their first Grey Cup

in 1966, most of Canada knew he

was from Turkey Neck Bend, KY, and

played the spoons. Few remember he

coached the Eskimos to the Grey Cup

game in 1960 or that he played the

1954 Grey Cup on a broken leg. Many

of those who do remember believe

he snapped the ball for the winning

convert on that broken leg. He didn’t.

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— notable players —

K-L

Gene Kiniski

John Konihowski

Stu Lang

Mike Lashuk

Lineman

1949, 1952–53

Receiver

1974–80

Receiver

1974–81

Cornerback/Running Back

1957–63

An original Edmonton Eskimo in 1949

who also played in 1952 and 1953,

Gene Kiniski suffered a knee injury

in 1953 that ended his pro football

career. Taking up pro wrestling and

billing himself as “Canada’s Greatest

Athlete,” Kiniski became one of the

biggest wraslin’ stars of all time,

famous throughout the world. His

mother, Julia Kiniski, was a long-time

Edmonton alderman.

Such was the fame of his wife—

track and field star Diane Jones-

Konihowski—that husband John often

took second billing in the family,

despite winning four Grey Cups. An

international calibre hurdler and

long jumper himself, Konihowski

also played college football for

the University of Saskatchewan

Huskies. Joining the Eskimos in 1974,

Konihowski played seven seasons in

Edmonton.

Stu Lang wondered his whole career

whether he’d have ended up with his

five Grey Cups rings if there hadn’t

been a strike in his 1974 rookie year.

“That strike allowed coaches a better

chance at evaluating players,” he

said. Lang recently retired after a

successful head coaching stint with

the University of Guelph Gryphons

(three Yates Cups in four years, most

Ontario University Athletics victories,

and a 20–0 record at home).

At 18 years old, Mike Lashuk had

played one year of junior with the

Edmonton Huskies in 1956, then made

the Eskimos in 1957, when he was

voted the Western Conference most

outstanding Canadian. “I made $2,500

my first year and $9,500 my last,” he

recalled. Lashuk quit after his seventh

season because he couldn’t remember

the game he’d last played. “I had a

number of concussions that caused me

to quit.”

Pete Lavorato

Garry Lefebvre Bruce Lemmerman Peter Lougheed

Defensive Back

1975–81

Punter/Receiver

1966–69, 1972–76

Quarterback

1971–79

Defensive Back

1949–50

Majoring in theatre arts at Utah State,

Pete Lavorato acted professionally

during a 10-year CFL career that

included winning Grey Cups in 1975,

1978, 1979, 1980 and 1981. Selected as

a 1977 CFL All-Star, Lavorato became

a teacher and high school football head

coach, winning four straight league

titles and two Northern California

Crowns with Sacred Heart in Atherton,

California.

After three years with the junior

Edmonton Wildcats, Garry Lefebvre

joined the Eskimos in 1966, and was

named top rookie in the West. In a

nine-year career, he made four trips to

the Grey Cup and won rings in 1970

and 1975—the first as a Montreal

Alouette when he was traded there for

a two-year stay. Lefebvre was voted top

Canadian in the 1973 Grey Cup game

with the Eskimos.

Bruce Lemmerman was the turningpoint

player to take the Eskimos from

being the terrible team of the 1960s to

the decade of excellence that followed.

Lemmerman came to Edmonton from

the Atlanta Falcons in 1971 to join a

1–10 team. He won the final five games

of the season. In 9 years as a player, he

won three Grey Cups, followed by two

more as an assistant coach.

A University of Alberta Golden Bears

player when the team folded in 1948,

Peter Lougheed followed the uniforms

(which the Eskimos had purchased)

and became an original member of

the pro team in 1949 and 1950. He

wrote sports for The Gateway and was

student union president in 1951–52.

Lougheed went on to serve as premier

of the Province of Alberta from 1971

to 1985.

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— notable players —

L-M

Neil Lumsden Jason Maas Blake Marshall Willie Martin

Running Back

1980–85

Quarterback

2000–05, 2008–10

Fullback

1987–93

Offensive Lineman

1973–78

Inducted into the Canadian Football

Hall of Fame in the new college

football category for his career with

the Ottawa Gee Gees, Lumsden joined

the Eskimos in 1980 and was named

most outstanding Canadian in the 1981

Grey Cup game, with eight receptions

for 91 yards. Winning three Grey Cups

in Edmonton, Lumsden completed

his 141-game career in Toronto and

Hamilton.

Holder of 22 consecutive completions,

the CFL record established in 2008,

Jason Maas spent nine seasons as a

quarterback with the Eskimos and

won two Grey Cups. Twice named

Edmonton MVP (2001 and 2004),

Maas also played for Hamilton and

Montreal. After coaching stints in

Toronto and Ottawa, Maas became the

Eskimos 21st head coach in 2016.

Blake Marshall’s goal was to have

the career his brother, Greg, didn’t

have. “He had all those injuries and

Edmonton looked after him. I wanted

to be an Eskimo.” Second pick in the

1987 draft, Marshall played seven

seasons with Edmonton. A CFL All-

Star three years in a row, he won the

CFL most outstanding Canadian award

in 1991, equalling the record with 20

touchdowns.

A CFL All-Star in Edmonton’s 1975

Grey Cup winning season, Willie

Martin came to the Eskimos in 1973,

their first year back in the game since

1960. He played five Grey Cup games

in his six seasons in Edmonton, before

finishing his 10-year career with

Hamilton, Toronto and Winnipeg.

Martin went on to become director of

player development for the University

of Alabama Crimson Tide.

Calvin McCarty

Dexter McCoil Danny McManus Steve Mendryk

Fullback

2007–

Linebacker

2014–15

Quarterback

1996–97

Halfback

1949–56, 1958

A shortstop and centre fielder who

played in Little League’s 2001 “Big

League World Series,” Calvin McCarty

chose pro football over pro baseball

because he preferred the physical

aspect of the game. An exceptionally

versatile player, McCarty held the

distinction of being the team’s most

veteran player when, in his ninth

season, he finally made it to—and

won—the Grey Cup in 2015.

The third Eskimo player—and the

first in 19 seasons—to win the CFL’s

most outstanding rookie award, Dexter

McCoil was also a CFL All-Star in

2014 and a CFL Western All-Star in

2014 and 2015. In those two seasons

McCoil recorded a combined 143

tackles, six sacks, nine interceptions,

and two fumble recoveries. In four

seasons at the University of Tulsa, he

executed 310 tackles in 50 games.

An Eskimo for two years with batterymate

Darren Flutie, Danny McManus

ended up in the Canadian Football

Hall of Fame. He made it to the 1996

Grey Cup game with Edmonton and

then opened the 1997 season with the

highest single-game passing totals in

Eskimo history, with 33 completions

for 46 pass attempts for 497 yards.

When he retired, he ranked third alltime

in passing yards, with 53,255.

The longest surviving member

of the original 1949 Edmonton

Eskimos, Steve Mendryk played nine

seasons—1949 through 1958—to

rack up five Grey Cup appearances

and three Grey Cup championships.

Playing as a U of A Golden Bear

before continuing his career with the

Eskimos, Mendryk went on to become

a professor at the university. He’s in

the Alberta, Edmonton and University

of Alberta sports halls of fame.

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— notable players —

M-P

Signor Mobley

Ed Molstad Bayne Norrie Steve Paproski

Linebacker

1995–96, 2000–06

Defensive Lineman

1968–73

Defensive Back

1968–75

Offensive Lineman

1949, 1951–54

Joining the Eskimos in 1995, Signor

Mobley then left for two years to try

the NFL. He played 34 games with

the Dallas Cowboys, mostly on

special teams, then elected to return

to Edmonton. A core member of the

team that took three trips to the Grey

Cup, winning in 2003 and 2005,

Mobley retired after nine seasons as

an Eskimo, having made 602 tackles

in his 158 games.

Inducted into the Alberta Sports Hall

of Fame as a builder, Ed Molstad was

the architect of the Canadian Football

League Players’ Association (CFLPA)

legal agreement, and legal council for

the players for more than 40 years. He

was also instrumental in creating the

Edmonton Eskimo Alumni Association.

Molstad was a U of A Golden Bears’

Vanier Cup-winning player, and had

a solid six-year career playing for the

Eskimos from 1968 to 1973.

Bayne Norrie appeared in 13 places

on the Eskimos depth chart during

his career. A starting cornerback in

1968, Norrie played wide receiver in

1970 and, due to an injury to Roy Bell,

started at running back to win the 1975

Grey Cup. Norrie returned punts in

the no-blocking suicide squad days,

and even punted once. He was the

founding president of the Edmonton

Eskimo Alumni Association.

“Stout Steve” Paproski, as he became

known, was a member of the original

1949 Eskimos who played through

to 1954. He ultimately put together

one of the longest winning streaks

in Canadian federal politics, serving

as the Edmonton Centre Member

of Parliament from 1968 to 1993,

including acting as chief party whip.

“I spent two careers blocking for other

people,” he quipped.

James Parker

Elfrid Payton

Kamau Peterson

Greg Pipes

Defensive Lineman

1980–83

Defensive Lineman

2002–03

Receiver

2007–10

Defensive Lineman

1968, 1970–72

James “Quick” Parker took a while to

stick. He was cut by the Eskimos three

times and waived through the league

three times before he made the team.

Parker won three Grey Cups with the

Eskimos in 1980–81–82, won Schenley

Awards as the league’s top defensive

player with both Edmonton and

British Columbia, and was inducted

into the Canadian Football Hall of

Fame in 2001.

Completing his Canadian Football

Hall of Fame career as an Eskimo

with back-to-back Grey Cup trips in

2002 and 2003, including a win in

the second one, Elfrid Payton was a

CFL All-Star and runner-up at the CFL

Awards as most outstanding defensive

player in 2002. He led the CFL in sacks

for the third time, and, at the end of

his career, sat second in all-time sack

totals, with 154.

Winner of the CFL’s most outstanding

Canadian award in 2008, Kamau

Peterson had been nominated for the

same category in the previous year

when he joined Edmonton for four

years of an 11-year career. Peterson

went on to form Playmaker U, based

in Sherwood Park, which trains young

athletes in football and several other

sports.

Selected for the 1967 College Football

All-American Team, Greg Pipes

played with Edmonton in 1968 and

1970–72. A Schenley Award finalist

as most outstanding lineman in 1970,

he was also the CFL All-Star middle

linebacker. Returning to Baylor

University in 1973, Pipes missed

getting to a Grey Cup that year, but

earned a law degree and has had a

35-year career as a district attorney.

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CANADIAN vs AMERICAN

Differences in the two games – at a glance

CANADIAN RULES

Number of 12 men 11 men

Players (extra man is a backielder)

AMERICAN RULES

Size of Field 110 yards long plus two 20-yard end zones

and 65 yards wide, 9750 sq. yards

100 yards long plus two 10-yard end

zones and 53.5 yards wide, 6400 sq. yards

Downs 3 downs to make 10 yards 4 downs to make 10 yards

Scoring Touchdown is 6 points Touchdown is 6 points

Field Goal is 3 points

Field Goal is 3 points

Safety is 2 points

Safety is 2 points

Single or Rouge is 1 point

Point after touchdown is 1 point

PAT (or convert) is 1 point by

kick, 2 points by pass or run

Single Point a) when punt or missed ield goal by

(Rouge) attacking team goes into end zone, where

defensive player recovers and is tackled

b) when punt or missed ield goal goes out

of bounds in end zone

None

Timing Four quarters of 15 minutes each. Attacking Four quarters of 15 minutes each.

team given 20 seconds to put ball into play, Attacking team given 45 seconds to

but referee allows ‘reasonable’ time for teams put ball into play. If period ends

to line up and make substitutions before before ball put into play, that play

starting time count. If even one second will not be allowed.

remains before end of any quarter after

previous play ends, one complete play must

be permitted.

Timeouts One timeout per teams is permitted in each In addition to normal timeouts taken

half. Referee stops clock for ball out of by referee (for measurements, passer

bounds, substitutions, penalties, etc., or downed behind line, etc.), each team

whenever he feels it is justiied. is entitled to three timeouts (up to 90

seconds each) in each half.

Backield All players in backield may be in motion in At the snap, only one back of attacking

Motion any direction before the ball is put into play. team may be in motion - backwards or

laterally.

Line of Offensive line is all forward point of football. Offensive and defensive lines of

Scrimmage Defensive line must be one yard beyond. scrimmage are at each end of the

football before it is put into play.

Kickoffs Ball is kicked off from 35-yard line at start Ball is kicked off from 35-yard line

of each half and after a touchdown. After a at start of each half and after each

ield goal, team scored against may score.

scrimmage or kick off from own 35-yard line,

or receive kickoff. After a single, team scored

against scrimmages from own 35-yard line,

except in the case of a missed ield goal where

the team has the option of taking the ball at the

point of last scrimmage.


CANADIAN RULES

AMERICAN RULES

Punt There is no fair catch. There are on average Punts may be allowed to roll dead,

Returning 15 punt returns per game. Tacklers must may be received for a fair catch, or

remain outside a 5-yard area around receiver may be returned with the aid of

until he has touched the ball, except that the blocking by return team. Ball may not

punter (or anyone playing “onside” to punter) be recovered legally by punting team,

may legally recover the ball. Punt returner unless fumbled by receiving team.

must run ball (or kick it) out of end zone or Punted ball going across goal line

concede a single point (rouge). The rule on is a touchback.

unsuccessful ield goals is similar in all these

respects. Blocking above the waist is

permitted on punt returns.

Penalties There are 5, 10, 15 and 25-yard penalties; There are 5, 10, 15 and 25-yard

the 25-yard foul is for rough play of ighting, penalties. Some penalty yardage varies,

also bringing with it disqualiication. depending on whether offensive or

defensive fouls are committed.

20 yards

CANADIAN FIELD

110 yards

Goal line

Goal area

Deadline

65 yards

0 5 10 15 20 25 30 35 40 45 50 55 50 45 40 35 30 25 20 15 10 5 0

10 yards

AMERICAN FIELD

100 yards

53.5 yards

Goal line

End zone

Deadline

0 5 10 15 20 25 30 35 40 45 50 45 40 35 30 25 20 15 10 5 0

Courtesy of the Canadian Football League


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Information contained in

this booklet was provided by the

Edmonton Eskimo Football Club.

Where an asterisk (*) appears, the

information referenced has been changed

according to the advice of

the lead statistician with

the Canadian Football League.

Epic Legacies Inc. has made best efforts

to ensure all information is correct as

presented but assumes no responsibility

for the accuracy of the information.

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Honour Roll

1921–2015

Player Jersey # Seasons Years Player Jersey # Seasons Years

A

ABDULLAH, Rahim 90, 53 4 02, 03, 04, 07

ABRAHAM, Jean-Philippe 55 1 06

ABOFS, Harry 25 2 72, 73

ACREE, TJ 84 1 07

ADAM, Gary 62 1 73

ADAM, Jack 2 22,23

ADAMS, DeMoine 94 1 04

ADEBAYO, BO 48 1 14

ADRIAN, Doug 1 53

AFIF, Patrick 63 1 10

AGUIRRE, Joe 75 1 52

AIDOO, Kojo 39 1 03

ALBERT, Nick 1 49

ALEXANDER, Donovan 10 3 11, 12, 13

ALEXANDRE, Gregory 95 2 14, 15

ALFORD, Paul 49 1 50

ALLEN, Damon 9 6 85, 86, 87, 88, 93, 94

ALLEN, Doug 7 1 86

ALLEN, Ernie 19 1 67

ALLISON, Buford 54 1 67

ALSTON, Charles 95 3 05, 06, 07

ALSTON, Richard 86 1 06

AMBROSIE, Randy 57 5 89, 90, 91, 92, 93

AMEDEE, Lynn 11,10 2 63,64

AMOS, Willie 3, 14 1 09

ANABO, Jon 14,19 2 64, 65

ANDERSON, B. 1 39

ANDERSON, Damien 32 2 07, 08

ANDERSON, Frank 51, 70 6 52, 53, 54, 55, 56, 57

ANDERSON, Stephen 92, 96 3 00, 01, 02

ANDERSON, Zach 92 1 07

ANDREWS, Rupe 74 1 55

ANDRUSYSHYN, Zenon 17 1 82

ANGLIN, Tony 41 1 84

ANNUNZIATA, Sandy 54, 66 2 95,05

ANOAI, Joe 99 1 08

ANTHONY, Charles 10 1 99

ARCHER, David 18 1 98

ARMSTEAD, Jason 3 2 10, 11

ARMSTRONG, Calvin 59 3 08, 09, 10

ARMSTRONG, Chris 77 2 91, 92

ARMSTRONG, Derick 84 1 10

ARNOLD, Claude 97,99 3 52, 53, 54

ASH, Ray 52 2 64, 65

ASHLEY, Donnie 87 3 99, 00, 01

ASSMANN, Charles 30, 44 4 98, 99, 00, 01

ATCHESON, Jeff 14 1 70

ATOGWE, Imokhai 5 1 04

AVERY, John 20 1 02

B

BABB, Mike 16 1 91

BABOULAS, Adam 69 1 14

BAFFOE, Simon 32 1 01

BAGGS, Stevie 97 1 07

BAILEY, CJ 43 1 11

BAILEY, David 90 2 94, 95

BAILEY, Devon 81 2 14, 15

BAILEY, Fred 6 3 99, 00, 01

BAILEY, Kory 82 1 03

BAILEY, Morris 56 1 50

BAILEY, Tom 53 1 71

BAILLIE, Ray 61 2 62, 63

BAIN, Lu 19 1 66

BAIRD, Adrian 90 1 08

BAKER, Jon 14, 18 2 99, 01

BAKER, Shalon 5 2 95, 96

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Honour Roll

Player Jersey # Seasons Years Player Jersey # Seasons Years

BAKER, Terry 12 1 67

BAKKER, Tim 50, 72, 64 6 00, 01, 02, 06, 07, 08

BALDWIN, Jack 1 49

BALKOVEC, Frank 49 4 84, 85, 86, 87

BALOG, Brock 32 1 03

BARNES, Jason 81 3 09, 10, 11

BARNETTE, Keith 27 1 76

BARRENECHEA, Agustin 39 2 07, 08

BARRETT, Anthony 73 2 14, 15

BARRIE, Wally 20 1 61

BARRY, Don 83,42,43,55 12 51, 52, 53, 54, 55, 56,

57, 58, 59, 60, 61, 62

BASS, Danny 30 8 84, 85, 86, 87, 88,

89, 90, 91

BATEMAN, Kemonte 88 1 13

BATES, Kelly 62 1 10

BATISTE, D’Anthony 67 2 14, 15

BATSON, Andre 83 1 99

BATTLE, Jim 54 2 64, 65

BAUMAN, Chris 87 1 11

BEARD, David 57 1 15

BEATON, Bruce 62 7 98, 99, 00, 01,

02, 03, 05

BEATON, John 71 4 73, 74, 75, 76

BEATTY, Derrick 17 2 96, 97

BEC, Randy 29 1 89

BELL, Graeme 24 2 09, 10

BELL, James 17 2 85, 86

BELL, Joel 68 1 12

BELL, John 74 2 57, 58

BELL, Kerwin 12 1 95

BELL, Roy 14 5 72, 73, 74, 75, 76

BELL, Shakir 33 1 15

BELSER, Caesar 40 2 72, 73

BELUE, Deion 15 1 15

BENDIAK, Steve 71, 74 9 52, 53, 54, 55, 56,

57, 58, 59, 60

BENECICK, Al 54 1 69

BENJAMIN, Steve 24 2 87, 88

BENNETT, Roy 20 1 91

BENOIT, Sheldon 99 4 01, 02, 03, 04

BENSON, Les 68 1 76

BENSON, Mike 40 2 12, 13

BENTON, Howard 65 1 63

BERRY, Bertrand 90 1 00

BERRY, Brent 61 1 67

BERRY, Ed 13 2 93, 94

BERRY, Lindy 43 2 50, 51

BERRYMAN, Tim 35 1 76

BERTRAND, Mathieu 30 9 04, 05, 06, 07, 08,

09, 10, 11, 12

BETTRIDGE, Ed 41 1 65

BILL, Jimmy 3 19, 20, 21

BINDER, Nate 82 1 10

BIRD, Larry 52 1 67

BIRD, Steve 8 1 85

BIRDINE, Larry 92 1 10

BITSKO, Mickey 55 1 66

BLAIR, Don 20 3 96, 97, 98

BLAIR, Stanley 5 3 87, 88, 89

BLAKE, P.J. 2 60, 61

BLANCHARD, Joe 60 3 51, 52, 53

BLANCHARD, Leo 59 9 79, 80, 81, 82, 83,

84, 85, 86, 87

BLOUNT, Eric 35 3 95, 96, 97

BLUGH, Leroy 41,89 11 89, 90, 91, 92, 93, 94,

95, 96, 97, 98, 99

BOBO, Phillip 86 1 99

BOLDUC, Andre 12 1 97

BOLINGER, Bo 55 1 56

BOLZON, Nereo 36 2 82, 83

BONNER, Brian 22 1 11

BORHOT, Saleem 23 1 10

BOONE, David 64 7 77, 78, 79, 80,

81, 82, 83

BOOSE, Dorian 91 2 03, 04

BORGER, Josh 33 1 81

BOTTERILL, Michael 34, 55 2 06, 07

BOURGEAU, Michel 63, 94 5 89, 90, 91, 92, 93

BOULAY, Mathieu 77 2 14, 15

BOWLES, Trevor 66 6 87, 88, 89, 90, 91, 92

BOWMAN, Adarius 4 5 11, 12, 13, 14,15

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Honour Roll

Player Jersey # Seasons Years Player Jersey # Seasons Years

BOYD, Cory 28 1 12

BRADLEY, Jykine 9 1 11

BRADLEY, Mike 22 6 02, 03, 04, 05, 06, 07

BRADY, Donald 26 5 02, 03, 04, 05, 06

BRAIDWOOD, Adam 91 5 06, 07, 08, 09, 10

BRANCH, Clair 21,41 2 63,64

BRANCH, Jesse 1 65

BRASWELL, Jeff 44 2 89, 90

BRAZZELL, Chris 84 2 01, 02

BREWER, Ron 61 1 66

BRIDGES, Bubba 56,64 2 73, 74

BRIGGS, Bill 60,72,51,41,42,40 8 50, 51, 52, 53,

54, 55, 56, 57

BRIGHT, Johnny 24, 84 11 54, 55, 56, 57, 58, 59,

60, 61, 62, 63, 64

BRIGHTWELL, Doug 61 1 50

BRILEY, Lowry 22 1 74

BRINKLEY, Lorenzo 71 1 72

BRITTS, Sam 45 2 73, 75

BROCKIE, Jack 2 38, 39

BROOMELL, Brian 9 2 80, 81

BROWN, Charlie 65 2 64, 65

BROWN, Darcy 18 1 12

BROWN, Eddie 4,88 5 93, 94, 95, 96, 97

BROWN, George 1 50

BROWN, Justin 95 2 09, 10

BROWN, Nekos 99 1 13

BROWN, Robert 92 6 98, 99, 00, 01, 06, 07

BROWN, Scotty 6 22, 23, 24,28, 29, 30

BROWN, Trent 28 8 91, 92, 93, 94,

95, 96, 97, 98

BROWN, Weldon 35 3 10, 11, 12

BRUNSON, Blake 3 22, 23, 24

BRYANS, Ian 34 4 76, 77, 78, 79

BRYANT, Al 87,94 3 52, 53, 54

BRYANT, Charlie 35 1 71

BUGGS, Danny 75 1 80

BUHL, Jonté 25 4 06, 07, 08, 09

BUNTING, Harry 33 2 49, 50

BURKE, Fabian 19 4 01, 02, 03, 04

BURNETT, Joe 22 3 12, 13, 14

BURNETTE, Russ 2 21, 22

BURRIS, Kurt 42, 55 3 55, 57, 58

BURSE, Tony 34 3 96, 97, 98

BUTCHER, Dan 53 2 82, 83

BUTLER, Al 72 1 73

BUTLER, Gregg 28 4 77, 78, 79, 80

BUTLER, Thermos 21 2 68, 69

BUTLER, Wayde 8 1 93

C

CAMERON, Dechane 6 1 92

CAMERON, Roy 15 1 61

CAMPBELL, Dave 25 2 74, 75

CAMPBELL, Kelly 71 2 08, 10

CAMPBELL, Dr. Robbie 77,19 2 67, 68

CAMPBELL, Sam 70 1 70

CAPERS, Selvish 54 1 14

CAPHAM, Ron 41, 61 3 65, 66, 67

CAPICCIOTTI, Justin 92 2 12,13

CARIGNAN, Jack 1 22

CARR, Craig 33 2 00, 01

CARR, Greg 18 1 12

CARSON, Glen 61 6 01, 02, 03, 04, 05, 06

CARTER, Alex 96 1 88

CARTER, Grant 47 2 99, 00

CARTER, Jodie 20 1 74

CARTER, Kent 63 1 76

CARTER, Matt 86 2 12, 13

CARTER, Michael 29 1 15

CARTER, Perry 18 2 00, 01

CAVIL, Kwame 82 1 05

CAVNESS, Grady 23 1 96

CELESTINE, Jonathon “J.J.” 74 1 92

CHAHINE, Samir 51 3 98, 99, 00

CHALLENGER, Kevin 84 2 08, 09

CHAMBERS, Jim 90 3 51, 52, 53

CHAMBERS, Shamawd 88, 17 4 12, 13, 14, 15

CHANCELOR, Art 1 65

CHAPMAN, Kurt 55 3 84, 85, 86

CHAPMAN, Vic 75 4 59, 60, 61, 62

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Honour Roll

Player Jersey # Seasons Years Player Jersey # Seasons Years

CHARBONNEAU, Steve 93,98 5 02, 03, 04, 05, 06

CHARLES, Hency 6,5,10 3 95, 00, 01

CHARLES, Hugh 7 3 11, 12,13

CHEATWOOD, Tim 49 1 07

CHEVRIER, Randy 66 2 02, 03

CHORNEY, Terris 61 2 93, 94

CHOWN, Tom 1 73

CHRISTENSEN, Jay 87 3 92, 93, 94

CHRISTENSEN, Keith 64 2 70, 71

CHRISTIAN, J.B. 52 2 68, 69

CHROBAK, Dick 60,40,50,62 4 61, 62, 63, 64

CIEZKI, Chris 22 3 08, 09, 10

CLARIDGE, Bruce 71 1 63

CLARK, Matt 85 1 98

CLARK, Ray 22 1 77

CLARKE, Bob 34 1 73

CLARKE, Delroy 24 2 11, 12

CLARK, Rusty 10 2 70, 71

CLARKSON, Frantz 26 3 99, 00, 01

CLARKSON, Reg 1 49

CLEARY, Tom 98 1 50

CLEMETT, Jason 35 1 01

CLOMAN, Scott 82 1 04

CLUTTS, Tyler 92 1 08

COATES, Sherrod 47 1 06

CODY, Tay 6 1 05

COE, Scott 24 1 08

COEHOORN, Nate 85 5 11, 12, 13, 14, 15

COFFEY, Tommy Joe 78,77 7 59, 60, 62, 63,

64, 65, 66

COFFIN, H. 1 39

COFLIN, Mark 41 1 79

COLBERT, Darryl 76 2 90, 92

COLCLOUGH, Ricardo 26 1 12

COLE, Kevin 35 1 82

COLEHOUR, Corey 22,18 2 68, 69

COLEMAN, Andre 78 1 10

COLEMAN, Quincy 25 4 01, 02, 03, 04

COLEMAN, Thaddeus 68 3 13, 14, 15

COLLINS, Aaron 93 1 01

COLLINS, Dobson 8 2 11, 12

COLLINS, Gerry 30 2 95, 96

COLLINS, Merv 54 1 66

COMISKEY, Dan 67 7 02, 03, 04, 05,

06, 07, 08

COMISKEY, John 62 2 08, 09

CONNOP, Rod 67 16 82, 83, 84, 85, 86, 87,

88, 89, 90, 91, 92, 93,

94, 95, 96, 97

COOK, Duane 68 1 64

COOK, Rollie 60 2 55, 56

COOPER, Billy 22 1 73

COOPER, Jim 50 2 98, 99

COOPER, Justin 97 3 08, 09, 10

CORNELL, Mike 49 3 11, 12, 13

COSENTINO, Frank 11 2 67, 68

COSTON, Junius 64 1 11

COTTER, Steve 50, 51 3 66, 67, 69

COUCH, Therman 44 1 72

COWAN, Larry 31 3 83, 84, 85

COYE, Conrad 98 1 84

CRADDOCK, Dick 67,65,42 2 59, 60

CRAFTS, Willie 62 1 61

CRANDELL, Marcus 9 3 97, 98, 99

CRAVER, Keyuo 28 2 05, 06

CREIGHTON, Art 6 19, 20, 21, 22, 23, 24

CRENNELL, Carl 1 79

CROMPTON, Jonathan 14 1 13

CROWDER, Eddie 96 1 53

CROWLEY, Dan 7 3 99, 00, 01

CRUTCHFIELD, Darrel 4 3 02, 03, 04

CULLMAN, Leo 1 22

CUNNINGHAM, Rick 64 2 00, 01

CUNNINGHAM, Sederrik 82 1 15

CURRAN, Rennie 35 2 13, 14

CURRY, Branden 64 1 13

CURRY, Walter 78 1 10

CUTLER, Dave 22, 26 16 69, 70, 71, 72, 73, 74,

75, 76, 77, 78, 79, 80,

81, 82, 83, 84

CYNCAR, Marco 27 11 81, 82, 83, 84, 85, 86,

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Honour Roll

Player Jersey # Seasons Years Player Jersey # Seasons Years

D

87, 88, 89, 90, 91

DADA, Wale 20 1 08

DAILEY, John 44 1 85

DALES, Burke 9 1 12

DALSIN, Ralph 1 39

DALTON, Antico 90 3 05, 06, 07

DANIELS, Alex 72 1 12

DANIELS, Shawn 34 2 00, 01

DARILEK, Trey 57 1 07

DARLING, Clare 2 21, 24

DAWSON, Skye 88 1 15

DAVIDSON, Rob 96 2 91, 92

DAVIS, Charles “C.J.” 75 2 95, 96

DAVIS, Jim 96 1 08

DAVIS, John 37 1 92

DAVIS, Rod 40 3 09, 10, 11

DAVIS, Torrey 94 1 15

DAVIS, Troy 32 2 05, 06

DAVIS, Wendell 37 1 02

DAY, George 3 20, 21, 22

de BRUEYS, Mark 79 1 82

DEAN, Bob 42 3 54, 55, 56

DECKER, Jim 85 1 56

DEESE, Toby 65 3 60, 61, 62

DEIBERT, Scott 23 2 98, 99

DELANEY, Akaba 92 1 96

DELEEUW, Marcel 27 2 64, 65

DeMARCO, Mario 56 2 51, 52

DENIS, Patrice 37 3 97, 98, 99

DERMER, Hank 32 1 50

DERMOTT, Blake 50 14 83, 84, 85, 86, 87, 88,

89, 90, 91, 92, 93, 94,

95, 96

DERSCH, Doug 50, 54 2 68, 70

DesLAURIERS, Laurent 15 4 84, 85, 86, 87

DEVINE, Noel 7 1 14

DICKSON, Bruce 36 5 93, 94, 95, 96, 97

DIEDRICK, Dahrran 8 2 05, 06

DIXON, Gerald 29 2 05, 06

DIXON, Ralph 19, 78 3 82, 83, 84

DIXON, Tom 3 3 85, 86, 87

DLUGOS, John 54 2 49, 50

DOBBINS, Herb 67 1 77

DOERING, Harry 68 1 83

DOGGETT, Derrick 45 1 08

DORMAN, Curly 2 21, 22

DORSEY, Dean 87,5 1 91

DOSSOUS, Yves 30 1 01

DOWDELL, Marcus 6 1 98

DOWNS, Bobby 51 1 52

DREW, Randee 10 2 09, 10

DUBLANKO, Curtis 33 1 14

DUBUC, Deitan 89 2 05, 06

DUBUISSON, Mike 27 2 14,15

DUKE, Walter 1 22

DUMARESQ, Mike 53 5 90, 91, 92, 93, 94

DUNCALFE, Don 60,50 5 59, 60, 61, 62, 63

DUNDAS, Ron 74 1 61

DUNIGAN, Matt 16 5 83, 84, 85, 86, 87

DUNN, Fred 12 2 70, 71

DUNN, Kasey 72 1 92

DUNSWORTH, Dr. Brian 34 2 49, 50

DUNSWORTH, Dr. Marcus 4 21, 22, 23, 24

DUPUIS, Dick 17 9 68, 69, 70, 71, 72,

73, 74, 75, 76

DURDEN, Mike 17 2 83, 84

DURDEN, Reggie 5 1 06

DURNO, Don 63 1 50

DUVAL, Damon 38 1 11

DYE, Nat 61,55 6 59, 60, 61, 62, 63, 64

DYE, Pat 15,71 2 61, 62

E

EASLEY, Dave 16 1 76

EBELL, Tyler 27 1 07

EBEN, Mike 22 1 70

ECUYER, Al 53 7 59, 60, 61, 62,

63, 64, 65

EDWARDS, Earl 67 2 67, 68

EDWARDS, Eric 27,24 2 99, 00

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Honour Roll

Player Jersey # Seasons Years Player Jersey # Seasons Years

ELLIOTT, Brett 16 1 07

ELLIS, Craig 33 4 89, 90, 91, 92

ELLIS, Kai 93 2 09, 10

EL-MASHTOUB, Hichem 56 1 99

ELSEY, Earl 1 49

EMBREE, John 75 1 71

EMERSON, Tom 65 2 58, 59

EMERY, Ab 3 20,21, 22

ENRIGHT, Jimmy 4 20, 21, 22, 23

ENRIGHT, Ray 86,91 3 51, 52, 53

EPSTEIN, Hayden 7 1 05

ERDMAN, Jerome 19 1 89

ESHENKO, Peter 15 1 83

ESTAY, Ron 55 9 73, 74, 75, 76, 77,

78, 79, 80, 81

EVANS, John 8 1 84

EWBANK, Bob 91 1 53

EYSTER, Scott 16 1 07

EZOR, Blake 35 1 92

F

FAHRNER, Dave 35 1 70

FALONEY, Bernie 90 1 54

FARLINGER, John 18 6 73, 74, 75, 76, 77, 78

FARRAWAY, Mark 51,91 1 97

FAUVER, Jim 21 1 65

FENEBOCH, Chuck 1 49

FENNELL, Dave 65 10 74, 75, 76, 77, 78,

79, 80, 81, 82, 83

FERGUSON, Ken 42 4 69, 70, 71, 72

FERGUSON, Larry 10,21 2 64, 65

FERRUGHELLI, Steve 33 1 76

FESTERYGA, George 86 2 51, 52

FIACCONI, Aaron 51 5 07, 08, 09, 10, 11

FIGURS, Yamon 83 1 12

FILCHOCK, Frank 87 2 51, 52

FILS, Pascal 34 3 10, 11, 12

FINK, Mike 22 2 75, 76

FISHER, Ray 6 1 11

FLEISHER, Larry 50,52 4 60, 61, 62, 63

FLEISZER, Tim 34 1 05

FLEMING, Sean 3, 11 16 92, 93, 94, 95, 96, 97,

98, 99, 00, 01, 02, 03,

04, 05, 06, 07

FLIPPEN, Bob 92 1 52

FLOWERS, Jason 20 1 07

FLOYD, Anthony 33 1 06

FLOYD, Homer 16 1 59

FLOYD, Lucius 33 3 93, 94, 95

FLOYD, Otis 97 1 00

FLUTIE, Darren 82 2 96, 97

FLYNN, Don 96 1 58

FOGGIE, Rickie 14, 16 2 93, 94

FOGLE, Anthony 5 1 99

FORTIE, Eldon 15,21 1 63

FORWICK, Ron 63 10 65, 66, 67, 68, 69,

70, 71, 72, 73, 74

FOSS, Mel 51 2 63, 64

FOSTER, Akeem 88 1 14

FOSTER, Gene 16 3 71, 72, 73

FOSTER, Otha 37 2 14, 15

FOURNIER, Samuel 28 2 10, 11

FOWLER, Bill 1 21

FRACAS, Gino 93,88,60,55,20 8 55, 56, 57, 58,

59, 60, 61, 62

FRAIETTA, Emilio 37 5 79, 80, 81, 82, 83

FRANCIS, Andre 14 2 89, 90

FRANCISCO, Kent 71 1 66

FRANK, Malcolm 10 8 96, 97, 98, 02,

03, 04, 05, 06

FRANKENBERGER, J.T. 67 1 59

FRANKLIN, Ian 7 2 97, 98

FRANKLIN, James 14 1 15

FRASER, Frank 15 1 62

FRECHETTE, Ted 18,16 2 62, 63

FREELON, Solomon 59 2 75, 76

FREEMAN, Tom 19 1 66

FRITZ, Bob 2 38, 39

FRYER, Brian 77 8 78, 79, 80, 81,

82, 83, 84, 85

FULLWOOD, Everett 73,71 1 67

FULTON, Charlie 12 2 68, 69

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Player Jersey # Seasons Years Player Jersey # Seasons Years

G

GAERTNER, Jordan 31 2 90, 91

GAINER, Bruce 40 1 71

GAINES, Darryl 3 1 88

GALLIS, B.J. 98,95 1 99

GAMBLE, R.C. 21 1 70

GARRETT, Shannon 23 9 00, 01, 02, 03, 04,

05, 06, 07, 08

GASS, A. J. 41, 77 10 98, 99, 00, 01, 02,

03, 04, 05, 06, 07

GASSER, Dave 65 6 67, 68, 69, 70, 71, 72

GAY, Tommy 54 1 72

GAYLOR, Trevor 85 3 05, 06, 07

GELHAYE, G. 1 39

GEORGE, Chris 15 1 95

GEORGE, Jeff 29 1 86

GERGLY, Larry 1 64

GERHART, Tommy 45 1 98

GERMANY, Jim 25 7 77, 78, 79, 80,

81, 82, 83

GESSE, Joash 44 2 13, 14

GETTY, Don 27, 87 10 55, 56, 57, 58, 59,

60, 61, 62, 63, 64

GIRARD, Philippe 44, 91 4 98, 99, 00, 01

GLANTZ, Don 66 1 55

GLATT, Javier 6 1 10

GLOVER, Richard 98 1 94

GOLD, Mike 60 1 69

GOLOUBEF, Dimitri 45 2 49, 50

GOLTZ, Justin 12 1 14

GONNERMAN, Darwin 18 1 70

GOOCH, Keith 18 1 90

GOODS, Bennie 40 9 90, 91, 92, 93, 94,

95, 96, 97, 98

GOODS, Bill 1 69

GORDON, Lawrence 19 1 10

GORDON, Robert 84 1 97

GORDON, Scott 26 1 09

GOSICH, Peter 50 1 52

GOSS, Jason 12, 4 4 07, 08, 09, 10

GOUGH, John 41,74 1 53

GRANT, Rob 8 2 03, 04

GRAY, Ed 52,61,78,68 6 57, 58, 59, 60, 61, 62

GREAVES, Chris 62 1 15

GREEN, Bruce 38 2 86, 87

GREEN, Chris 53 2 95, 96

GREEN, Skyler 87 2 09, 10

GREENE, Nealon 15 3 99, 00, 01

GREENLEE, Fritz 51 1 70

GREINER, John 71 1 65

GRICE-MULLEN, Ryan 11 1 11

GRIFFIN, Jerry 30,33 7 67, 68, 69, 70,

71, 72, 73

GRIFFIN, Malikia 6 1 98

GRIGSBY, Nick 2 1 15

GRIMSRUD, Lloyd 61 1 77

GROENEWEGEN, Leo 59 10 94, 95, 96, 97, 98,

99, 00, 01, 02, 03

GROULX, Danny 50 1 15

GRYMES, Aaron 36 3 13, 14, 15

GUILLORY, Brandon 41, 42 3 06, 07, 08

GUYTON, A.J. 82 1 14

GWINN, Ross 67 1 71

H

HAGAN, Darian 3, 4 2 95, 96

HAGEMOEN, Ian 41,54 1 64

HALL, Darran 4 1 01

HALL, Darryl 24 2 84, 85

HALL, Ken 82,96 1 57

HAM, Tracy 8 6 87, 88, 89, 90, 91, 92

HAMILTON, Brandon 29 1 94

HAMILTON, Jay 29 3 96, 97, 98

HAMILTON, Skip 58 1 84

HANKINSON, John 18 1 68

HANNAH, Tito 92 1 02

HANSEN, Howie 1 51

HARDING, Greg 4 2 86, 87

HARDY, Chris 8 6 97, 98, 99, 00, 01, 02

HARDY, Norris 1 39

HARDY, Robert 35 1 92

HARGREAVES, Aaron 14 1 12

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Honour Roll

Player Jersey # Seasons Years Player Jersey # Seasons Years

HARPER, Glenn 18 5 92, 93, 94, 95, 96

HARPER, John 62 2 69, 70

HARRELL, Calvin 19 5 72, 73, 74, 75, 76

HARRINGTON, Evan 28 1 12

HARRIS, AJ 34 1 08

HARRIS, Odie 17 1 98

HARRIS, Sammie 12,22 2 63, 64

HARRIS, Tuff 26 1 11

HARRIS, Will 25 1 10

HARROD, Rob 80 3 00, 01, 02

HART, Ben 75 1 68

HART, Stu 38 2 38, 39

HARTMANN, Raye 20 2 14,15

HARVEY, Dunc 20 3 61, 62, 63

HARVEY, Peter 11 1 83

HATFIELD, Harold 73 2 51, 52

HAYES, Gary 28 3 81, 82, 83

HAYS, Thos 1 39

HAYTON, Bob 94 1 54

HAYWOOD, Jerome 99 1 09

HEASMAN, David 54 2 98, 99

HEATH, Ted 2 38, 39

HENDERSON, R. 1 39

HENDERSON, Reed 65 2 56, 57

HENDERSON, Robert 93 1 11

HENDRICKS, Bart 17 3 02, 03, 04

HENDRICKSON, Craig 58 2 94, 95

HENRY, Andrew 24 1 01

HENRY, Dwight 19 1 00

HENRY, Marcus 71, 89 3 11, 12, 13

HENRY, Tommy 13 2 97, 98

HENRY, William “Bill” 63 1 94

HENSHALL, Jim 20 4 70, 71, 72, 73

HENTSCHEL, York 69 5 76, 77, 78, 79, 80

HERBERT, Dave 77 2 72, 73

HERGET, Todd 45 1 94

HERNANDEZ, Joe 22,11,16 6 63, 66, 67, 68, 69, 70

HERRON, Lamar 39 1 09

HERTZFELDT, Gary 12 1 64

HERVEY, Ed 81 8 99, 00, 01, 02,

03, 04, 05, 06

HEYDENFELDT, Bob 75 1 55

HICKEY, Frank 37 2 49, 50

HICKIE, Paul 14 2 83, 84

HICKS, Anthony 45 1 99

HIGGINS, Jim 55 2 64, 65

HIGHBAUGH, Larry 73,13 12 72, 73, 74, 75, 76, 77,

78, 79, 80, 81, 82, 83

HILDEBRAND, Mike 24 2 89, 90

HILL, Anthoney 11 1 95

HILL, Bill 20,74 2 61, 62

HILL, Efrem 80 2 09, 10

HILL, Stewart 36 7 84, 85, 86, 87,

88, 89, 90

HILL, T.J. 18, 12 5 09, 10, 11, 12, 13

HINDS, Ryan 34 3 13, 14, 15

HINES, Tyrone 90 1 99

HINSE, Gord 57 5 09, 10, 11, 12, 13

HITCHCOCK, Rob 42 1 07

HOBBS, Harry 40 2 49, 50

HODGSON, Laurie 83,50 5 52, 53, 54, 55, 56

HOEL, Bob 1 39

HOFFMAN, Dalton 24 1 65

HOLLAND, Robert 17 3 93, 94, 95

HOLLIMON, Joe 29 10 76, 77, 78, 79, 80,

81, 82, 83, 84, 85

HOLLIS, Kenny 45 1 07

HOLYCHUK, N. 1 29

HOOD, Jonathan 13 1 08

HORTIE, Bill 53 1 50

HOUMARD, Bob 33 1 71

HOUSE, Rick 31, 33 4 85, 86, 87, 88

HOWARD, Jamar 83 1 13

HOWARD, Marcus 91 5 11, 12, 13, 14, 15

HOWARD, Ron 28 4 85, 86, 87, 88

HOWELL, Lyle 2 38, 39

HOWES, Bob 53 10 72, 73, 74, 75, 76,

77, 78, 79, 80, 81

HOWLETT, Steve 89 3 85, 86, 87

HUBER, Max 60 1 68

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Honour Roll

Player Jersey # Seasons Years Player Jersey # Seasons Years

HUBERT, Henry 51,53, 54 4 68, 69, 70, 71

HUCLACK, Dan 23 1 85

HUDSON, George 56 2 00, 01

HUFF, Marty 35 2 73, 74

HULL, Tom 45 1 76

HUMMER, George 40 1 69

HUNT, Reggie 6 1 09

HUNTER, James 66, 99 2 83, 84

HUNTER, Malvin 37, 46 8 93, 94, 95, 96,

97, 98, 99, 00

HUNTER, Tony 88 1 89

HUNTER, Torey 4 3 99, 00, 01

HUSMANN, Ed 65 1 66

HUTH, Henry 15 1 65

I

ILESIC, Hank 8,88 7 77, 78, 79, 80,

81, 82, 01

INGLIS, Taylor 52 6 05, 06, 07, 08, 09, 11

INGRAM, Kevin 11 1 84

INGRAM, Ron 77 1 88

IRWIN, Al 76 1 69

ISCHE, Alan 56,54 5 67, 68, 69, 70, 71

ISSA, Jabari 96, 92 3 04, 05, 06

ITTERSAGEN, Peter 33 1 12

IZQUIERDO, J.P. 23 3 93, 94, 95

J

JACKSON, Clif 21 1 59

JACKSON, Enis 29 4 89, 90, 91, 92

JACKSON, Joe 68 1 78

JACKSON, Malik 44 1 94

JACKSON, Mark 5 2 85, 86

JACKSON, Paris 19 1 14

JACKSON, Quincy 6 2 01, 03

JACKSON, Tristan 38 3 08, 09, 10

JACKSON, Xzavie 92 1 09

JACOBUCCI, Romeo 54 1 52

JAGAS, Frank 8 1 96

JAMES, Brandon 7 1 11

JAMES, Fred 74 1 75

JAMES, Jordan 2 38, 39

JARRETT, Olanzo 45 2 03, 04

JAUCH, Jim 9 1 90

JEAN-LOUIS, Michael 93 1 7

JEANTY, Rashad 97, 55 4 03, 04, 05, 12

JEFFERSON, Willie 99 2 14, 15

JENKINS, Joe 43 1 84

JENKINS, Michael 9 1 05

JOHNSON, Andrew 1 84 15

JOHNSON, Art 21 1 66

JOHNSON, Belton 54 1 12

JOHNSON, Eric 55 1 99

JOHNSON, Jason 18, 16 3 04, 05, 06

JOHNSON, Leonard 90 1 93

JOHNSTONE, Chris 83 7 86, 87, 88, 89,

90, 91, 92

JONES, Andrew 64 2 14,15

JONES, Brian 57 1 75

JONES, Ed 24 9 76, 77, 78, 79, 80,

81, 82, 83, 84

JONES, Garrick 66 2 08, 09

JONES, Jermaine 17 1 01

JONES, Kitwana 46 1 09

JONES, Korey 44 1 15

JONES, Leroy 73 2 74, 75

JONES, Milson 34 5 83, 84, 85, 86, 87

JONES, Phil 24 1 86

JONES, Rickey 6 1 93

JONES, Stephen 78 4 86, 87, 88, 89

JONES, Warren 6, 18 4 89, 90, 91, 96

JORDAN, Stephen 11 2 91, 92

JOSEPH, Elvis 32 1 05

JOSEPH, Frantz 45 1 09

JOSEPH, Kerry 14, 5 4 10, 11, 12, 13

JUNEAU, Curry 77 1 60

JUSTIN, Airabin 27 1 08

JYLES, Steven 7, 3 3 06, 07, 12

K

KABONGO, Patrick 56 8 04, 05, 06, 07,

08, 09, 10, 11

KACHMAN, Clarence 11 1 65

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Honour Roll

Player Jersey # Seasons Years Player Jersey # Seasons Years

KALIN, John 19 2 94, 95

KANYA, Nathan 46 2 13, 14

KASAPIS, Gus 67 2 66,67

KAURIC, Jerry 4,9 4 87, 88, 89, 91

KEAN, Warren 3 1 07

KEARNS, Dan 58, 95 9 80, 81, 82, 83, 84,

85, 86, 87, 88

KEHOE, Sean 31 2 81, 82

KEHRER, Tony 23 2 62, 63

KELIIKULI, Gene 56 1 65

KELL, Chip 50 2 71, 72

KELLETT, Matt 14 2 99, 00

KELLEY, Chris 4 1 05

KELLEY, Gordon 41 1 65

KELLOGG, Jackie 5 2 01, 02

KELLY, Brian 70 9 79, 80, 81, 82, 83,

84, 85, 86, 87

KELLY, Con 82 2 55, 56

KELLY, Tim 40,42 2 71, 72

KEMP, Jimmy 15 2 97, 98

KEMPF, Peter 76 2 67, 68

KENT, Clint 42 1 12

KEPLEY, Danny 42 10 75, 76, 77, 78, 79,

80, 81, 82, 83, 84

KERBOW, Randy 18 4 65, 66, 67, 68

KERYCHUK, Larry 11 2 69, 70

KETTLEWELL, Roger 33 1 69

KEYES, Bobby 35 1 09

KEYS, Eagle 40 3 52, 53, 54

KEYS, Isaac 96 1 07

KIMOFF, Bob 80 4 55, 56, 57, 58

KING, Henry 25 2 70, 71

KING, Mike 59,82,62,55 8 50, 51, 52, 53,

54, 55, 56, 57

KING, Pat 1 49

KING, Ryan 53 4 12, 13, 14, 15

KINISKI, Gene 50,61 3 49, 52, 53

KINLAW, Rodney 32 1 09

KINNEY, Dale 69 1 83

KINNEY, Kelvin 97, 92 3 02, 03, 04

KIRK, Ernie 56 2 75, 76

KIRKLAND, Tremayne 89 1 10

KMECH, Mike 56 7 56, 57, 58, 59,

60, 61, 62

KNECHTEL, Dave 68 1 73

KOCH, Cary 84 2 12, 13

KOCH, Kyle 61 4 09, 10, 11, 12

KOINZAN, Craig 68 1 74

KONAR, Adam 38 1 15

KONIHOWSKI, John 72 7 74, 75, 76, 77,

78, 79, 80,

KOSICK, Tony 1 39

KOSTIN, Mike 16 1 64

KOZAK, Tiger 1 51

KRATZER, Greg 89 1 88

KRAUSE, Jerry 1 49

KRAUSNICK, Alex 54 2 13, 15

KREBS, Hal 53 1 56

KREBS, Tom 56 1 83

KRUGER, Oscar 94,96,14 12 54, 55, 56, 57, 58, 59,

60, 61, 62, 63, 64, 65

KRUPEY, Steve 56 5 91, 92, 93, 94, 95

KUCY, Ed 56 1 96

KUNYK, Gerald 17 1 76

KUPP, Andy 57 1 73

KWONG, Normie 95,15 10 51, 52, 53, 54, 55,

56, 57, 58, 59, 60

L

LACEY, Deon 40 2 14, 15

LaGRONE, John 40, 66 8 67, 68, 69, 70,

71, 72, 73, 74

LAMB, Jack 67,40,41 6 55, 60, 61, 62, 63, 64

LAMBROS, Mike 32 4 72, 73, 74, 75

LANG, Brandon 96 2 12, 13

LANG, Stu 15 8 74, 75, 76, 77,

78, 79, 80, 81

LaPLANTE, J. 1 29

LAPUTKA, Tom 61 2 75, 76

LaROSE, J.R. (Alozie) 37, 43 4 05, 06, 07, 08

LASHUK, Mike 28, 88 7 57, 58, 59, 60,

61, 62, 63,

LAURENT, Ted 94 3 11, 12, 13

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Honour Roll

Player Jersey # Seasons Years Player Jersey # Seasons Years

LAVENS, Tim 75 1 67

LAVORATO, Pete 7 7 75, 76, 77, 78,

79, 80, 81

LAW, Mike 27 6 67, 68, 69, 70, 71, 72

LAWRENCE, Alonzo 6 1 14

LAWRENCE, Kendial 32 2 14,15

LAWRENCE, Larry 19 1 71

LAWRENCE, Simoni 48 1 12

LAYTON, Don 27 1 75

LeBLANC, Robert 3 2 05, 06

LEDBETTER, Cody 9 1 96

LEE, Jermaine 93 1 06

LEE, Marvin 51 1 64

LEE, Michael 72,8 1 94

LEFEBVRE, Garry 10,11 9 66, 67, 68, 69, 72,

73, 74, 75,76

LeFORS, Stefan 17 2 07, 08

LEFSRUD, Kevin 65 4 03, 04, 05, 07

LEGARE, Etienne 95 3 10, 11, 12

LEIBERMAN, Moe 2 21, 22

LEMMERMAN, Bruce 10 8 71, 72, 73, 74,

75, 76, 77, 78

LEMON, Shawn 79 1 12

LESTER, Brad 33 1 10

LETCAVITS, Jim 73 5 58, 59, 60, 61, 62

LEVENSELLER, Mike 73 1 82

LEWIS, Fred 25 1 01

LEWIS, Loyd 75 1 92

LEWIS, Peter 60 1 64

LEZI, Gilles 32 1 04

LIGHTEN, Desmund 55 1 12

LINDLEY, Earl 81,75 4 54, 55, 56, 57

LINDSTROM, Mike 87 1 07

LIPPMAN, Glen 85 1 54

LISBON, Don 21,24 2 67, 68

LLOYD, Maurice 47 2 09, 10

LOFTUS, William 18 3 05, 06, 07

LOGAN, Tony 32 1 12

LOLAR, Morris 25 3 93, 94, 95

LOPEZ, Hugo 19 2 11, 12

LORD, Don 81 3 51, 52, 53

LORINO, Tommy 1 59

LOUCKS, Don 2 49, 50

LOUGHEED, Peter 30 2 49, 50

LOUIS, Cliff 58 1 13

LOWERY, Joe 28 1 76

LUMSDEN, Jesse 28 1 09

LUMSDEN, Neil 32 6 80, 81, 82, 83, 84, 85

LUND, Gordon 23 1 67

LYONS, Damion 10 4 91, 92, 93, 94

LYNCH, Jordan 5 1 15

LYSKIEWICZ, Leon 61 1 83

M

MAAS, Jason 12 9 00, 01, 02, 03, 04,

05, 08, 09, 10

MacCREADY, Derek 79 3 96, 97, 98

MacDONALD, Ian 1 39

MACHAN, Tom 65,51,67 3 64, 65, 66

MacKAY, Glenn 81 1 12

MacLEOD, Ian 14 4 66, 67, 68, 69

MACORITTI, Ray 4 2 90, 91

MACRAE, Jim 41 2 49, 50

MAGANJA, David 69 1 85

MALBROUGH, Anthony 20 1 09

MALVEAUX, Kelly 27 1 09

MANCHUK, Bill 75 2 81, 82

MANDARICH, John 69, 75 6 84, 85, 86, 87, 88, 89

MANKINS, Jim 19 1 70

MANLEY, Willie 66 2 53,54

MANN, Maurice 86 3 07, 08, 09

MARCONTELL, Ed 50 1 68

MAREFOS, Andy 1 49

MARKLE, Paul 70 1 74

MARSH, Steven 13 3 04, 05, 06

MARSHALL, Blake 22 7 87, 88, 89, 90,

91, 92, 93

MARSHALL, Greg 38 3 82, 83, 84

MARTIN, Billy 16 1 65

MARTIN, Errol 38, 41 6 93, 94, 95, 96, 97, 98

MARTIN, Rusty 62 1 66

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Honour Roll

Player Jersey # Seasons Years Player Jersey # Seasons Years

MARTIN, Willie 50 6 73, 74, 75, 76, 77, 78

MASOLI, Jeremiah 6 1 12

MASON, Kevin 12 1 99

MASON, Miles 69 1 13

MASOTTI, Christian 75 1 91

MATHENY, Bil 1 39

MATHERNE, Wayne 8 2 75, 76

MATHIS, Mark 13 2 90, 91

MAURER, Mike 19 5 05, 06, 07, 08, 09

MAYES, William 96 1 99

MAYSON, Tom 32 2 49,50

MAYSON, Vic 96,91 2 52, 53

MAZZOLI, Nick 80 2 95, 96

McALLISTER, Jack 1 22

McANDREWS, Stewart 46 1 83

McCARTHY, Bob 21 1 72

McCARTHY, Brendon 25 1 69

McCARTY, Calvin 28, 31 9 07, 08, 09, 10, 11,

12, 13, 14, 15

McCLENDON, Ron 24, 5 5 04, 05, 06, 07, 08

McCOIL, Dexter 45 2 14,15

McCOLL, Red 1 22

McCONNELL, Andrew 93,55 3 88, 89, 90

McCORD, Quentin 80 1 07

McCORMICK, Greg 90 1 87

McCORVEY, Kez 85 2 00, 01

McCOY, Rico 43 1 11

McCULLOUGH, Saladin 33 1 99

McDONOUGH, Dan 42 1 74

McDOUGALL, Gerry 21 1 67

McFIELD, Daaron 98 1 01

McGOWAN, George 76 8 71, 72, 73, 74,

75, 76, 77, 78

McGRATH, Joe 63 7 04, 05, 06, 07,

08, 09, 10

McGREAVEY, Don 1 39

McGREGOR, Bob 33 3 72, 73, 74

McKASSON, Roy 40 1 61

McKEE, Grant 73 2 64, 65

McKEE, Walt 33 1 75

McKENNY, Bill 22 1 62

McKILLOP, John 18 1 68

McKINLEY, Cedric 92 2 14, 15

McKNIGHT, Brody 14 1 12

McLANE, Rhett 50 3 05, 06, 07

McLAREN, Rob 44 3 74, 75, 76

McLEAN, Mike 45 7 86, 87, 88, 89,

90, 91, 92

McLEOD, Mike 18 5 80, 81, 82, 83, 84

McLEOD, Ray 55,60 2 53, 54

McMANUS, Danny 14 2 96, 97

McMILLAN, Leigh 85 3 55, 56, 57

McNEAL, Reggie 3 1 11

McNEIL, Pat 31 1 78

McNEILL, Scott 55 1 95

McNERNEY, Pat 58, 95 2 95, 96

McVEIGH, John 46 1 49

McWHINNEY, Glenn 93 3 52, 53, 54

MEAKIN, Frank 1 39

MEDLOCK, Justin 3,7 1 10

MEINERT, Dale 65 1 55

MENDRYK, Steve 39,88,73,89,86 9 49, 50, 51, 52, 53,

54, 55, 56, 58

MESSAM, Jerome 23 2 11, 12

MEYERS, Fred 81,77 2 58, 59

MILES, Jamal 3 2 13, 14

MILES, Rollie 82,98,18 11 51, 52, 53, 54, 55, 56,

57, 58, 59, 60, 61

MILES, Wallace 3 1 15

MILIAN, Ted 56 6 78, 79, 80, 81, 82, 83

MILLER, Calvin 77 1 76

MILLER, Charles 28 1 75

MILLER, Greg 33 1 88

MILLER, Henry 16 1 91

MILLER, Maurice 45 2 96, 97

MILLER, Mike 44, 25 5 11, 12, 13, 14,15

MILLINGTON, Sean 25, 35 2 91, 99

MILLS, Troy 20, 22, 33 5 98, 99, 00, 02, 03

MILTON, Aaron 28 2 14,15

MISIPEKA, Keiki 30 1 03

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Honour Roll

Player Jersey # Seasons Years Player Jersey # Seasons Years

MITCHEL, Eric 31 1 93

MITCHELL, Bill 50,42,40 3 63, 64, 65

MITCHELL, Carlton 82 1 13

MITCHELL, Derrell (Mookie) 87 3 04, 05, 06

MITCHELL, Marko 3 1 10

MITCHELL, Scott 67 3 11, 12, 13

MITCHELL, William 41 1 67

MITCHELSON, Barry 75 3 64, 65, 66

MOBLEY, Singor 27 9 95, 96, 00, 01, 02,

03, 04, 05, 06

MOBRA, Joe 77 3 56, 57, 58

MOGUL, Lou 1 49

MOHR, Larry 22 1 86

MOLSTAD, Ed 60,70,74 6 68, 69, 70, 71, 72, 73

MONTAGANO, Dave 16 1 77

MONTANA, Denis 86 1 00

MONTFORD, Joe 53 2 05, 06

MOON, Warren 1 6 78, 79, 80, 81, 82, 83

MOORE, Joe 22 1 74

MOORE, Ken 55 2 49, 50

MOORE, Len 1 21

MORGAN, Omarr 2 1 07

MORRIS, Chris 60 14 92, 93, 94, 95, 96,

97, 98, 99, 00, 01,

02, 03, 04, 05

MORRIS, Frank 57,52 9 50, 51, 52, 53, 54,

55, 56, 57, 58

MORRIS, Gary 5 1 93

MORRIS, Greg 19 1 15

MOSS, Leroy 24 2 74, 75

MUAMBA, Cauchy 8 2 14,15

MUECKE, Tom 15 3 91, 92, 93

MUMPHREY, Lloyd 93, 94 2 87, 88

MUNOZ, Damaso 45 4 10, 11, 12, 13

MUNOZ, Jose 56 1 98

MURPHY, Brent 96 1 85

MURPHY, Dan 3,24 4 91, 92, 93, 94

MURPHY, Montez 95 1 08

MURPHY, Volley 73 1 71

MURRAY, Rico 33 1 12

MUSE, Don 70 1 75

MYDDELTON, Steve 59 1 14

MYERS, Shannon 88 2 97, 98

N

NAMANNY, Al 16 1 71

NARRELL, Don 58 1 50

NASH Jr, Harold 37 1 04

NEDD, Jason 39 1 07

NELSON, Picasso 29 1 99

NELSON, Roger 55,66 13 54, 56, 57, 58, 59,

60, 61, 62, 63, 64,

65, 66, 67

NEPTUNE, Teddy 44,39 1 02

NETTLES, Tom 19 2 69, 70

NGOYI, Elie 55 3 13, 14, 15

NICHOLS, Matt 16 4 11, 12, 13, 14

NIETUPSKI, Ron 25 1 60

NOBLE, Morris 28 1 74

NOHRA, Mark 22 2 00, 01

NORMAN, Mark 23 5 87, 88, 89, 90, 91

NORRIE, Bayne 23 8 68, 69, 70, 71,

72, 73, 74, 75

NORRIS, Kyle 48 1 13

NOWACKI, Andrew 88 8 04, 05, 06, 07,

08, 09, 10, 11

NOVIKOFF, Tyrone 59 1 13

NUGENT, Jason 20, 13 3 06, 09, 10

O

O’BRIEN, Eddie 1 39

OCTOBER, Winston 9 4 01, 02, 03, 04

ODOM, DeWayne 36 1 92

O’DONNELL, Matt 64, 66 4 12, 13, 14, 15

O’NEILL, Hugh 18 2 13, 14

OJO, John 26 1 15

OKPRO, Sammy 19,10 1 08

OLANDER, A. 1 39

OLANDER, Cliff 11 1 82

OLANDER, Steve 1 39

OLIVER, Bobby Jack 67 1 64

OLIVER, Travis 23 1 92

OLSSEN, Lance 62 2 71, 72

ONATOLU, Kenny 44 2 07, 08

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Honour Roll

Player Jersey # Seasons Years Player Jersey # Seasons Years

ORAMASIONWU, Don 93 4 12, 13, 14, 15

OSAISAI, Wopamo 33 1 11

P

PAFFRATH, Bob 38 3 50, 51, 52

PAGE, Gayle 49 1 52

PAGE, Ted 11 1 71

PAINTER, Roy 19 1 77

PALMER, Miles 2 21, 22

PALMER, Paul 35 1 63

PALUMBIS, Gary 98 2 87, 88

PANARO, Carlo 51, 72 2 03, 04

PANTAGES, Rod 80 3 52, 53, 54

PAPAI, Jim 52 1 72

PAPROSKI, Steve 65 4 49, 51, 52, 53, 54*

PARKER, Byron 23 1 09

PARKER, Jackie 12, 91 9 54, 55, 56, 57, 58,

59, 60, 61, 62

PARKER, James 40 4 80, 81, 82, 83

PARQUET, Jeremy 69 2 10, 11

PARRISH, Doug 14 2 91, 92

PATRICK, Chris 54 1 11

PAYTON, Elfrid 56 2 02, 03

PEACH, Greg 90 3 09, 10, 11

PEARSON, Tommy 78 1 57

PENDLETON, Nuygen 25 1 92

PERDONI, Rock 64 1 72

PERKINS, Art 24,35 3 67, 68, 69

PERKINS, Ken 65,67 1 66

PERRY, Fred 41 2 01, 08

PERRYMAN, Ray 24 1 07

PETERSEN, Doug 94 4 99, 00, 01, 02

PETERSON, Jerome 29 3 00, 01, 02

PETERSON, Kamau 8 4 07, 08, 09, 10

PETERSON, Ken 42,60 2 63, 64

PETTWAY, Kenny 99 1 10

PHASON, Vince 22 1 75

PHILIP, Jerry 7 1 83

PHILLIPS, Al 62 1 74

PHILLIPS, Bobby 22 1 99

PHILLIPS, Ken 22 1 72

PHILLIPS, Rudy 68 2 86, 87

PICKELL, Bob 2 51, 52

PICKENS, Bob 67 1 72

PIERRE, Shea 43 1 13

PIERRE, Youssy 74 1 11

PILON, Marc 75 1 02

PINESETT, Andre 91 2 85, 86

PIPES, Greg 61 4 68, 70, 71, 72*

PIRT, Brue 1 49

PIRZECK, Bill 1 39

PITCAITHLEY, Alan 24 2 70, 71

PITCHER, David 26 1 98

PITTMAN, David 20 1 11

PLANCKE, Larry 73 2 68, 69

PLEASANT, Reggie 6 2 96, 97

PLESS, Willie 39 8 91, 92, 93, 94,

95, 96, 97, 98

POINTER, John 34 1 81

POLES, E. Greenard 25 3 66, 67, 68

PORTER, Daniel 32 2 10, 11

POSTLER, Willie 68 1 75

POTHIER, Hector 63 12 78, 79, 80, 81,

82, 83, 84, 85, 86,

87, 88, 89

POTTER, Dale 30 10 74, 75, 76, 77, 78,

79, 80, 81, 82, 83

POUGH, Ernest 74 1 80

POWELL, Kelvin 40 3 02, 03, 04

POWELL, Kevin 68 1 88

PRATHER, Rollin 62,74 5 50, 51, 52, 53, 54

PRATOR, Greg 82 1 08

PREFONTAINE, Noel 7 3 08, 09, 10

PRESSLEY, Butch 23 3 64,65, 66

PRICE, Phil 27 1 77

PRINGLE, Mike 20,34 3 92, 03, 04

PRINSEN, Tim 53 5 00, 01, 02, 03, 04

PRINT, Bob 50 1 69

PROVO, Dwayne 17 2 98, 00

PRUDE, Ronnie 27 1 12

PUFFER, Neil 65 1 10

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Honour Roll

Player Jersey # Seasons Years Player Jersey # Seasons Years

PURVIS, Deante 33 1 13

PYZER, Doug 35 1 50

Q

QUILLEN, Ron 16 1 61

QUILTER, Chuck 61,40,67 4 51, 52, 53,61

QUONDAMATTEO, Jim 51,53 6 50, 51, 52, 53, 54, 55

R

RADOVICH, Bill 1 49

RAGON, Randy 70 1 77

RALPH, Brock 80 4 03, 04, 05, 06

RAMSAY, Brian 63 5 11, 12, 13, 14, 15

RANKIN, Bill 1 21

RAY, Ricky 15 9 02, 03, 05, 06, 07,

08, 09, 10, 11

RAY, Terry 28 4 99, 00, 01, 02

RAYAM, Thomas 55 3 96, 97, 98

RECTOR, Jamaica 85 3 08, 09, 10

REDELL, Bill 12 3 64, 65, 66

REDICK, Cornelius 79 1 89

REED, Andre 93 1 01

REED, Kavis 24 5 95, 96, 97, 98, 99

REED, Ken 60,56 2 63, 64

REESE, Albert 95 5 00, 01, 02, 03, 04

REID, Jermaine 99 2 11, 12

REILLY, Mike 13 3 13, 14, 15

REINSON, Roger 31, 43 5 01, 02, 03, 04, 05

RENNIE, Bill 1 39

RENNIE, Russ 1 39

RESTELLI, Mark 44 3 09, 10, 11

REYKDAL, John 41 2 68, 69

REYNOLDS, Keith 35 1 15

RIBBINS, Peter 77 1 77

RICHARD, Donovan 26 1 13

RICHARDS, Tom 25 5 86, 87, 88, 89, 90

RICHARDSON, Dave 51 2 88, 89

RICHARDSON, Elliott 11 2 09, 10

RICHARDSON, Jamie 5 1 98

RICHARDSON, Shaun 42 1 09

RICKS, Michael 41 1 12

RIMSTAD, Louis 1 39

RING, Justin 36 4 99, 00, 01, 02

ROBERTS, Jed 43, 76 13 90, 91, 92, 93, 94,

95, 96, 97, 98, 99,

00, 01, 02

ROBERTSON, Darrell 72 1 08

ROBERTSON, Patrick 87 1 14

ROBINSON, Lee 56 1 12

ROBIRTIS, Rae 51 1 91

ROBINSON, Bradley 16 2 08, 09

ROBINSON, Durell 88 2 02, 03

ROBINSON, Junior 11 2 87, 88

ROBINSON, Lee 93 1 11

ROBINSON, Scott 86 4 01, 02, 03, 04

ROCKFORD, Jim 5 1 91

RODGER, Devin 68, 73 1 04

RODGERS, Kacy 22 1 15

RODGERS, Tom 11 1 61

RODRIGUEZ, Prechae 18 1 11

ROGERS, Adam 50 2 09, 10

ROGERS Jr., Glenn 26 5 93, 94, 95, 96, 97

ROGERS, Joseph 83 1 98

ROLHISER, Morley 51 1 65

ROMANIUK, Alex 1 49

ROME, Anthony “Tag” 4 1 84

ROMEO, Jean-François 4 2 06, 07

ROMERO, Dario 72, 94 4 01, 08, 09, 10

RORABAUGH, Chad 91 1 98

ROTTIER, Simeon 65 4 12, 13, 14, 15

ROUNDTREE, Raleigh 58 2 06, 07

ROWEKAMP, Bill 86,74 2 53, 56

ROY, Bill 60 2 66, 67

RUNGE, Dan 39 2 84, 85

RWABUKAMBA, Chris 15 2 13, 14

S

SAMUELS, Eric 38 2 13, 14

SAMUELS, Stanford 10 1 07

SANCHEZ, Davis 33 1 05

SANDS, Robert 29 1 14

SANDUSKY, Jim 7 7 88, 91, 92, 93,

94, 95, 96

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Honour Roll

Player Jersey # Seasons Years Player Jersey # Seasons Years

SANTUCCI, Angelo 23 7 77, 78, 79, 80,

81, 82, 83

SAUNDERS, John 28 1 73

SCALES, Roger 51 6 72, 73, 74, 75, 76, 77

SCARBER, Sam 35,28 3 71, 72, 73

SCHIAVONE, Derek 29, 17 5 08, 09, 10, 11, 12

SCHUMM, Herb 65,61,64 3 63, 64, 65

SCHUMM, Howie 18, 26 14 59, 60, 61, 62, 63,

64, 65, 66, 67, 68,

69, 70, 71, 72

SCOTT, Cedric 96 1 05

SCOTT, Matt 14 1 14

SCOTT, Tom 22 6 78, 79, 80, 81, 82, 83

SCOTT, Tyler 80 3 10, 11, 12

SCRIVENER, Glen 72 2 96, 00

SEARIGHT, Jerry 1 49

SEELEY, Blossom 2 21, 22

SELLERS, Mike 44, 94,33 3 95, 96, 97

SEUMALO, Joe 94 1 94

SEWELL, Almondo 90 5 11, 12, 13, 14, 15

SHABAZZ, Siddeeq 29, 28 2 07, 08

SHADRACH, David 28 1 84

SHAFFER, Craig 43 4 85, 86, 87, 88

SHARUN, Corbin 39 5 10, 11, 12, 13, 14

SHATZKO, Roy 55 6 67, 68, 69, 70, 71, 72

SHAW, Grant 11 4 12, 13, 14,15

SHAVERS, Akeem 24 1 15

SHAY, Jerry 54 1 72

SHELTON, David 19 4 90, 91, 92, 93

SHEFFIELD, Cameron 94 1 14

SHERRITT, J.C. 47 5 11, 12, 13, 14, 15

SHIEMAN, George 2 21, 22

SHINE, Willie 24 1 66

SHIPKA, Jim 83,23 8 56, 57, 58, 59,

60, 61, 62, 63

SHOLDICE, Derek 62 2 96, 97

SHORE, Nate 1 49

SHUMATE, Mark 96 1 84

SIGATY, Ken 15,76 2 64, 66

SIMMONS, Brian 59 1 15

SIMMONS, Marcello 17 1 99

SIMMRIN, Randy 73 1 80

SIMON, Don 29,94, 96,86,96 9 49, 50, 51, 52, 53,

54, 55, 56, 57

SIMPSON, Chad 10 1 15

SIMS, E.A. 78,74 7 62, 63, 64, 65,

66, 67, 68

SKINNER, Chris 35 5 84, 85, 86, 87, 88

SKLOPAN, John 10 1 65

SLEDGE, Leroy 24 1 70

SLUMAN, Ken 44 1 49

SMART, Rod 20 1 01

SMITH, Bill 78,70 8 56, 57, 58, 59,

60, 61, 62, 63

SMITH, Blair 48 1 15

SMITH, Brad 86 2 10, 11

SMITH, Frank 54 1 54

SMITH, Joe-Bob 82,22 4 58, 59, 60, 61

SMITH, Todd 81 1 90

SMITH, Waddell 71,83 7 77, 78, 79, 80,

81, 82, 83,

SMITH, Zeke 50 1 63

SNEIDER, Karl 75 1 69

SNYDER, Bill 63 1 53

SOLES, Michael 32 7 89, 90, 91, 92,

93, 94, 95

SOMMERSELL, André 53, 96 1 06

SORENSEN, Justin 60 2 14, 15

SOVIO, Henry 74 1 77

SPANACH, George 64 2 66, 67

SPARENBERG, David 61 2 85, 86

SPENCE, Andy 1 22

SPENCER, Randy 76 4 03, 04, 05, 06

SPENDER, Sean 44 2 03, 04

SPOLETINI, Tony 32 2 87, 88

ST. GERMAIN, Val 57 3 99, 00, 01

ST. PIERRE, Tim 48, 55, 53 3 08, 09, 10

STAFFORD, Kenny 7 1 15

STALLINGS, Ramondo 99 1 00

STAMPS, Fred 82, 2 8 07, 08, 09, 10,

11, 12, 13, 14

STARKS, Marshall 27 1 66

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Honour Roll

Player Jersey # Seasons Years Player Jersey # Seasons Years

STATEN, Ralph 38 2 00, 01

STAUCH, Scott 33 1 83

STEELE, Eddie 97 3 13, 14, 15

STEENBERGEN, Dylan 62 2 11, 12

STEERE, Dick 64 1 52

STEEVES, Jeremy 47 1 07

STEINER, Bob 56 1 72

STEPHENSON, Don 41 4 58, 59, 60, 61

STERLING, Dee 96 3 09, 10, 11

STERLING, Jon 75 1 66

STEVENSON, Bill 62 14 75, 76, 77, 78, 79,

80, 81, 82, 83, 84,

85, 86, 87, 88

STEVENSON, Dale 59 2 11, 12

STEVENSON, Roy 67,63,51,50 8 55, 56, 57, 58,

59, 60, 61, 62

STEVENSON, Vic 63 1 97

STEWART, Duane 36 1 98

STEWART, Kye 46 1 12

STEWART, Quincy 45 2 05, 06

STILLER, Don 78 2 58, 59

STINNETTE, Jim 42 3 64, 65, 66

STOKES, Don 1 49

STOLHANDSKE, Thomas 75 1 53

STORME, Todd 60 2 89, 90

STRICKLAND, Howard 31 2 76, 77

STUKUS, Annis 48 3 49, 50, 51

STUKUS, Bill 36 2 49, 50

STUMON, Greg 46 1 89

SUDERMAN, Dick 52 1 72

SULLIVAN, Sean 33 1 75

SUTTON, H. 1 29

SVITAK, Steve 44 1 73

SWAIL, Doug 31 1 49

SWARN, Terry 77 3 69, 70, 71

SWEENEY, Isiah 18 1 13

SWINTON, R.T. 84 1 99

SYKES, Joe 48 1 11

SYME, Dave 9 3 72, 73, 74

T

TALBOT, Andre 9 1 10

TATUM, John 42 2 56, 59

TAYLOR, Bobby 24 3 71, 72, 73

TAYLOR, Brad 14 2 85, 86

TAYLOR, Cordell 16 2 01, 03

TAYLOR, Danny 19 1 88

TAYLOR, Eric 79 2 08, 09

TAYLOR, Reggie 26 3 89, 90, 91

TAYLOR, Steve 10 2 89, 90

TELLA, Tony 66 1 07

TERCIER, Mob 1 39

TERRY, Ryan 9 1 01

THERRIEN, Barney 50 4 64, 65, 66, 67

THIBERT, James 57 1 64

THIEL, Peter 44 1 12

THOMAS, Eddie 17 3 91, 92, 93

THOMAS, Jeff 51 1 93

THOMAS, Jim 12,18,21,10,20,14 9 63, 64, 65, 66, 67,

68, 69, 70, 71

THOMAS, Joey 31 1 07

THOMAS, Norm 76 1 65

THOMAS, Sam 63 1 00

THOMAS, Tyler 24 1 14

THOMPSON, Chris 24, 29 5 07, 10, 11, 12, 13

THOMPSON, Dale 7 2 84,85

THOMPSON, Gary 19 2 85, 86

THOMPSON, Greg 11 1 71

THOMPSON, Orrin 50 2 12, 13

THOMPSON, Tom 71,15,70 3 64, 65, 66

THURMAN, Mike 29 1 87

TOBERT, Marc 31 7 94, 95, 96, 97,

98, 99, 00

TOBIN, Bill 25 2 64, 65

TOMPKINS, Tony 14 3 05, 06, 07

TONEY, Cliff 6 5 84, 85, 86, 87, 88

TOON, Jim 74 1 60

TOWNS, Tom 20 10 75, 76, 77, 78, 79,

80, 81, 82, 83, 84

TRAVIS, Peter 41 4 70, 71, 72, 73

TREFTLIN, Jeff 2 2 84, 85

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Honour Roll

Player Jersey # Seasons Years Player Jersey # Seasons Years

TRULL, Don 9 2 70, 71

TUCKER, Jason 83 7 02, 03, 04, 05,

06, 07, 08

TUCKER, Phil 53 1 68

TUINEI, Tom 60, 88,90 6 82, 83, 84, 85, 86, 87

TULLY, Ted 42,84,51,70,53,50 12 50, 51, 52, 53, 54, 55,

56, 57, 58, 60, 61, 62

TURNER, Charlie 60 8 71, 72, 73, 74,

75, 76, 77, 78

TYLER, Devin 58 2 11, 12

U

UPTON, Eric 57 10 76, 77, 78, 79, 80,

81, 82, 83, 84, 85

V

VALIQUETTE, Earl 52 1 50

VAN HOFWEGEN, Harry 90 1 98

VANDENBOS, Pieter 41 1 83

VARGAS, Chris 16 2 94, 95

VASSOS, Don 18 1 63

VAUGHN, Terry 3 6 99, 00, 01, 02, 03, 04

VAVRA, Greg 18 1 88

VELLA, Len 67 2 62, 63

VERCHEVAL, Pierre 54 5 88, 89, 90, 91, 92

VESSELS, Billy 97 1 53

VISNESKIE, Merv 22 1 71

VOLCAN, Mike 64 10 55, 56, 57, 58, 59,

60, 61, 62, 63, 64

VOLPE, Jeff 18 1 86

W

WALD, Mark 44 2 80, 81

WALDEN, Bobby 21 3 61, 62, 63

WALDEN, Jim 18,15 1 62

WALKER, Art 50 7 55, 56, 57, 58,

59, 60, 61

WALKER, Bill 75 3 56, 57, 58

WALKER, Dave 70 2 71, 72

WALKER, Derel 87 1 15

WALKER, James 70 1 71

WALKER, Jimmy 61 1 79

WALKER, Mike 61 2 90, 91

WALLING, Brian 34 8 88, 89, 90, 91,

92, 93, 94, 95

WALLS, Lenny 27 1 10

WALLS, Tyrone 75 5 72, 73, 74, 75, 76

WALTER, Ken 54 3 81, 82, 83

WALTERS, Harry 38 1 80

WALTERS, Rick 11,13 5 99, 00, 01, 02, 03

WALTERS, Trent 19,17 2 66, 67

WARD, Eric 13 1 11

WARKENTIN, Ted 73 1 71

WARNER, Ron 99 1 07

WARREN, Brian 38 3 87, 88, 89

WARRINGTON, Don 21 9 71, 72, 73, 74, 75, 76,

77, 78, 79, 80*

WASHBURN, Cliff 69 1 11

WASHINGTON, Keith 73 1 85

WASHINGTON, Larry 32 2 77, 78

WASHINGTON, Tony 58 2 14, 15

WATERS, Swayze 13 1 12

WATKINS, Larry 67 5 72, 73, 74, 75, 76

WATKINS, Patrick 9 2 14, 15

WATSON, Corey 18 1 15

WATSON, Dave 56 1 65

WATSON, Ken 16 1 99

WAYNE, Clinton 93 3 04, 05, 08

WEATHERALL, Jim 63 1 54

WEATHERBIE, Charlie 11 1 79

WEINBERG, Joe 88 1 91

WEIR, Rob 81 1 96

WELCH, Morgan 35 1 01

WELLS, Rio 19 2 98, 99

WEST, Dave 97,99 2 54, 55

WEST, Pat 1 49

WESTON, Kade 75 1 12

WHELAN, Greg 77 1 09

WHITE, Alan 15 1 62

WHITE, Pat 5 1 14

WHITE, John 71 1 63

WHITE, John 30 3 13, 14, 15

WHITE, Reggie 20 1 04

WHITEHOUSE, Dounia 29 1 03

WHITLOCK, Arkee 36 3 09, 10, 11

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Honour Roll

Player Jersey # Seasons Years Player Jersey # Seasons Years

WHITTLE, Leroy 21 1 64

WHYTE, Sean 6 1 15

WICKLUM, Mike 20 1 64

WIGGINS, Brian 80 1 98

WILKERSON, Gary 20 1 95

WILKINSON, Tom 12 10 72, 73, 74, 75, 76,

77, 78, 79, 80, 81

WILLIAMS, Ben 93 1 00

WILLIAMS, Brett 91 4 88, 89, 90, 91

WILLIAMS, Brian 32 1 13

WILLIAMS, Calvin “C.J.” 33 1 98

WILLIAMS, David 80 1 91

WILLIAMS, Gemara 6,3 1 09

WILLIAMS, Henry “Gizmo” 2 14 86, 87, 88, 90, 91,

92, 93, 94, 95, 96,

97, 98, 99, 00

WILLIAMS, Isaiah 84 1 14

WILLIAMS, John 27 1 74

WILLIAMS, Julius 97 2 11, 12

WILLIAMS, Keith 20 1 08

WILLIAMS, Lenny 9 3 07, 08, 09

WILLIAMS, Michael 14,10 2 82,83

WILLIAMS, Nigel 82 1 00

WILLIAMS, Rod 37 3 10, 11, 12

WILLIAMS, Rodney 12 1 06

WILLIAMS, Ronald 20,24 2 01, 02

WILLIAMS, Roosevelt 37 1 06

WILLIAMS, Shomari 97 1 15

WILLIAMS, Wendell 4 1 82

WILLIS, Larry 80 1 90

WILLIS, Odell 41 3 13, 14, 15

WILLSEY, Ray 92 3 53, 54, 55

WILSON, Antonio 54 1 04

WILSON, Don 20,24,25 6 87, 88, 89, 93, 94, 98

WILSON, John 42 1 68

WILSON, Mike 67 2 79, 80

WILSON, Terry 70,22 4 64, 65, 66, 67

WILTSHIRE, Kelly 31 2 05, 06

WINN, Marcus 40 2 05, 06

WISE, Myron 4,81 1 98

WOJT, Greg 69, 66 5 09, 10, 11, 12, 15

WOOD, Duane 15 1 65

WOODCOCK, Pat 6 2 06, 07

WOODLOCK, Gerry 1 49

WOODRUFF, Cowboy 20 1 60

WOODS, Chris 74 2 84, 85

WOODS, Tony 91 3 93, 94, 95

WORMAN, Rick 15 2 88, 89

WOROBEC, Joe 54 4 73, 74, 75, 76

WOYAT, John 86 3 55, 56, 57

WRIGHT, Charles 11 1 94

WRIGHT, James Earl 20 1 63

WRIGHT, Keith 71 2 89, 90

WROTEN, Claude 96 1 12

WRUCK, Larry 47 12 85, 86, 87, 88, 89, 90,

91, 92, 93, 94, 95, 96

WYDARENY, John 15 7 66, 67, 68, 69,

70, 71, 72

Y

YANCY, Vic 2 21, 22

YAO, Pierre-Luc 35 1 08

YATCHEK, Vince 1 39

YOUNG, Glen 55 4 02, 03, 04, 05

YOUNG, Marcell 23 3 13, 14, 15

YOUNG, Trey 3 1 08

YOUNG, Willie 60 1 70

YOUNGER, Jordan 26 1 08

Z

ZABRANSKY, Jared 5 2 09, 10

ZACHARKO, Dave 45 1 79

ZACHERY, James 92 3 85, 86, 87

ZALESKI, Slater 74 1 88

ZEIGLER, Toby 9 1 06

ZIVCOVICH, Lou 62 1 65

ZOCK, Bill 62 4 51, 52, 53, 54

WINEY, Ken 26 1 92

WINKEL, Jarred 35 2 06, 07

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Wall of Honour

Edmonton Eskimos

1982 TOM WILKINSON

198 JOHNNY BRIGHT

NORMIE KWONG

ROLLIE MILES

JACKIE PARKER

1984 DAVE FENNELL

FRANK MORRIS

1985 FRANK ANDERSON

GEORGE McGOWAN

1986 DAVE CUTLER

1987 DAN KEPLEY

ROGER NELSON

1988 TOMMY JOE COFFEY

JOHN LaGRONE

1989 BRIAN KELLY

1992 DANNY BASS

DON GETTY

OSCAR KRUGER

1993 TOM SCOTT

1996 LARRY HIGHBAUGH

2001 WARREN MOON

2002 HENRY ‘GIZMO’

WILLIAMS

2004 WILLIE PLESS

2005 ROD CONNOP

2008 CHRIS MORRIS

2010 RON ESTAY

2011 SEAN FLEMING

LARRY WRUCK

2014 HECTOR POTHIER

BILL STEVENSON

Contributors

Edmonton Eskimos

1990 HUGH CAMPBELL

BRYAN HALL

NORM KIMBALL

1991 WALTER SPRAGUE

1995 WES MONTGOMERY

2001 JIM HOLE

JOE HEALY

2011 BOB TURNER

Head Coaches

1949–Present

1949-51 ANNIS STUKUS

1952 FRANK FILCHOK

1953 DARRELL ROYAL

1954-57 FRANK “POP” IVY

1958 SAM LYLE

1959-63 EAGLE KEYS

1964-69 NEILL ARMSTRONG

1970-76 RAY JAUCH

1977-82 HUGH CAMPBELL

1983 PETE KETTELA

1983-87 JACKIE PARKER

1987-90 JOE FARAGALLI

1991-97 RON LANCASTER

1998 KAY STEPHENSON

1999-2000 DON MATTHEWS

2001-04 TOM HIGGINS

2005-08 DANNY MACIOCIA

2009-10 RICHIE HALL

2011-13 KAVIS REED

2014-15 CHRIS JONES

2016 JASON MAAS

22


Coaching Records

1911–2015

MOST SEASONS

11 Deacon White 1910-13,

1919-24, 1930

7 Ray Jauch 1970-76

7 Ron Lancaster 1991-97

6 Neill Armstrong 1964-69

6 Hugh Campbell 1977-82

5 Eagle Keys 1959-63

4 Frank Ivy 1954-57

4 Joe Faragalli 1987-90

4 Tom Higgins 2001-2004

4 Danny Maciocia 2005-2008

MOST WINS

83 Ron Lancaster

70 Hugh Campbell

65 Ray Jauch

50 Frank Ivy

46 Joe Faragalli

44 Tom Higgins

38 Eagle Keys

38 Jack Parker

37 Neill Armstrong

33 Danny Maciocia

BEST WINNING PCT

0.781 Frank Ivy

0.755 Hugh Campbell

0.750 Darrell Royal

0.722 Chris Jones

0.659 Ron Lancaster

0.657 Joe Faragalli

0.652 Deacon White

0.618 Tom Higgins

0.598 Ray Jauch

0.594 Frank Filchok

0.594 Sam Lyle

MOST LOSSES

56 Neill Armstrong

43 Ron Lancaster

43 Ray Jauch

40 Eagle Keys

38 Danny Maciocia

32 Kavis Reed

28 Tom Higgins

27 Jack Parker

24 Joe Faragalli

23 Annis Stukus

21 Hugh Campbell

MOST TIES

5 Hugh Campbell

4 Ray Jauch

3 Neill Armstrong

2 Eagle Keys

MOST PLAYOFF WINS

8 Frank Ivy

7 Eagle Keys

6 Deacon White

6 Hugh Campbell

6 Ron Lancaster

4 Annis Stukus

4 Ray Jauch

MOST PLAYOFF LOSSES

5 Ron Lancaster

4 Deacon White

4 Annis Stukus

4 Frank Ivy

4 Eagle Keys

3 Neill Armstrong

3 Jack Parker

MOST GREY CUP WINS

5 Hugh Campbell

1978, 79, 80, 81, 82

3 Frank Ivy 1954, 55, 56

1 Ray Jauch 1975

1 Joe Faragalli 1987

1 Ron Lancaster 1993

1 Tom Higgins 2003

1 Danny Maciocia 2005

1 Chris Jones 2015

COACH W L T OTL PCT

Ron Lancaster 83 43 0 0.659

Hugh Campbell 70 21 5 0.755

Ray Jauch 65 43 4 0.598

Frank Ivy 50 14 0 0.781

Joe Faragalli 46 24 0 0.657

Tom Higgins 44 28 0 1 0.618

Eagle Keys 38 40 2 0.488

Jack Parker 38 27 1 0.583

Neill Armstrong 37 56 3 0.401

Danny Maciocia 33 38 1 0.465

Chris Jones 26 10 0 0.722

Kavis Reed 22 32 0 0.407

Deacon White 21 11 1 0.652

Annis Stukus 19 23 0 0.452

Don Matthews 16 20 0 0.444

Ritchie Hall 16 20 0 0.444

Darrell Royal 12 4 0 0.750

Frank Filchok 9 6 1 0.594

Sam Lyle 9 6 1 0.594

Kay Stephenson 9 9 0 0.500

Pete Kettela 4 4 0 0.500

Anold Wark 3 6 0 0.333

Bob Fritz 3 16 0 0.158

Robert Pearson 2 2 0 0.500

Cliff Shuttleworth 2 6 0 0.250

MOST GREY CUP APPEAREANCES 2 Ron Lancaster 1993, 96

6 Hugh Campbell

2 Tom Higgins 2002, 03

1977, 78, 79, 80, 81, 82 1 Frank Filchok 1952

3 Frank Ivy 1954, 55, 56

1 Eagle Keys 1960

3 Ray Jauch 1973, 74, 75 1 Jack Parker 1986

2 Deacon White 1921, 22

1 Danny Maciocia 2005

2 Joe Faragalli 1987, 90

1 Chris Jones 2015

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All-Time Results

2015

2014

2013

6 27 at Toronto L 11 26

7 9 vs Ottawa W 17 46

7 17 at Ottawa W 23 12

7 25 vs Winnipeg W 3 32

7 31 vs Saskatchewan W 5 30

8 6 at BC L 23 26

8 13 at Montreal W 15 12

8 21 vs Hamilton L 49 20

8 28 vs Toronto W 15 38

9 7 at Calgary L 7 16

9 12 vs Calgary W 16 27

9 19 at Hamilton W 25 18

9 26 vs BC W 23 29

10 3 at Winnipeg W 24 23

10 10 at Calgary W 15 11

10 17 vs BC W 23 26

11 24 at Saskatchewan W 35 24

11 1 vs Montreal W 22 40

DIVISION SEMI-FINAL

11 22 vs Calgary W 31 45

DIVISION FINAL

11 29 vs Ottawa W 20 26

6 28 at BC W 27 20

7 4 vs Hamilton W 24 28

7 11 vs Ottawa W 11 27

7 17 at Winnipeg W 26 3

7 24 vs Calgary L 26 22

8 8 at Montreal W 33 23

8 15 at Ottawa W 10 8

8 23 vs Toronto W 27 41

9 1 at Calgary L 13 28

9 6 vs Calgary L 41 34

9 12 vs Montreal W 16 33

9 20 at Hamilton L 23 25

9 26 vs Saskatchewan W 0 24

10 4 at Toronto L 32 33

10 13 vs Winnipeg W 9 41

10 19 at Saskatchewan W 24 19

11 1 vs BC W 3 37

11 8 at Saskatchewan L 17 24

DIVISION SEMI-FINAL

11 13 vs Saskatchewan W 10 18

DIVISION FINAL

11 20 at Calgary L 18 43

6 29 vs Saskatchewan L 39 18

7 7 at Hamilton W 30 20

7 13 vs BC L 17 3

7 20 at BC L 21 31

7 25 at Montreal L 27 32

8 2 vs Hamilton L 30 29

8 18 at Toronto L 33 36

8 24 vs Saskatchewan L 30 27

9 2 at Calgary L 34 37

9 6 vs Calgary L 22 12

9 14 vs Winnipeg W 7 25

9 20 at Winnipeg W 35 27

9 28 vs Toronto L 34 22

10 5 vs Montreal L 47 24

10 12 at Saskatchewan L 9 14

10 18 vs Calgary L 27 13

10 25 at BC L 29 43

11 2 at Saskatchewan W 30 26

2012

6 30 vs Toronto W 15 19

7 8 at Saskatchewan L 1 17

7 13 vs Winnipeg W 10 42

7 20 at BC W 27 14

7 26 at Winnipeg L 22 23

8 10 vs Saskatchewan W 20 28

8 17 vs Montreal L 38 25

8 27 at Toronto W 26 17

9 3 at Calgary L 30 31

9 7 vs Calgary L 18 20

9 15 at Hamilton L 8 51

9 22 vs BC L 19 18

9 28 at Calgary L 15 39

10 5 vs Hamilton W 20 35

10 13 vs Saskatchewan W 20 37

10 19 at BC L 19 39

10 28 at Montreal L 25 27

11 2 vs Calgary L 30 27

DIVISION SEMI-FINAL

11 11 at Toronto L 26 42

2011

7 3 at Saskatchewan W 42 28

7 9 vs Hamilton W 10 28

7 16 vs BC W 17 33

7 23 at Calgary W 24 19

7 29 vs Toronto W 25 26

8 5 at Winnipeg L 16 28

8 11 at Montreal L 4 27

8 19 vs BC L 36 1

9 5 at Calgary W 35 7

9 9 vs Calgary L 30 20

9 16 at Hamilton W 38 23

9 23 vs Montreal L 34 21

9 30 at BC L 24 33

10 10 vs Saskatchewan W 1 17

10 15 vs Winnipeg W 10 24

10 21 at Toronto W 31 24

10 29 at BC L 20 29

11 4 vs Saskatchewan W 20 23

DIVISION SEMI-FINAL

11 13 vs Calgary W 19 33

DIVISION FINAL

11 20 at BC L 23 40

2010

7 4 vs BC L 25 10

7 11 vs Montreal L 33 23

7 17 at Saskatchewan L 20 24

7 24 at Winnipeg L 21 47

7 30 vs BC W 25 28

8 6 vs Toronto L 29 28

8 15 at Calgary L 15 56

8 28 vs Saskatchewan W 14 17

9 6 at Calgary L 5 52

9 10 vs Calgary L 36 20

9 19 at Montreal L 14 31

9 26 at Toronto in Moncton W 24 6

10 3 vs Hamilton W 35 37

10 8 at Hamilton L 11 36

10 16 at BC W-OT 31 28

10 23 vs Saskatchewan W 24 39

10 30 vs Winnipeg W-OT 13 16

11 6 at Saskatchewan L 23 31

24


All-Time Results

2009

7 2 vs Winnipeg W 17 19

7 9 at Montreal L 16 50

7 16 vs BC L 22 40

7 25 at Saskatchewan W 38 33

7 30 vs Montreal W 19 33

8 8 at Hamilton L 21 28

8 13 vs Calgary W 35 38

8 29 vs Hamilton W 30 31

9 7 at Calgary L 8 32

9 11 vs Calgary L 35 34

9 20 at Saskatchewan W 31 27

9 26 vs Saskatchewan L 23 20

10 2 at Winnipeg L 17 27

10 9 vs BC L 34 31

10 16 at Toronto W 22 19

10 23 at Calgary L 7 30

10 30 vs Toronto W 10 36

11 6 at BC W 45 13

DIVISION SEMI-FINAL

11 15 at Calgary L 21 24

2008

6 28 at Saskatchewan L 13 34

7 3 vs Calgary W 31 34

7 10 vs Toronto W 28 47

7 20 at Toronto L 31 35

7 25 at Hamilton W 19 13

7 31 vs BC W 24 35

8 8 at BC L 34 40

8 21 vs Saskatchewan W 10 27

9 1 at Calgary W 37 16

9 5 vs Calgary L 38 33

9 13 vs Hamilton W 33 38

9 21 at Montreal L 4 40

9 26 at Winnipeg L 23 30

10 4 vs Winnipeg W 22 36

10 10 at BC W 27 20

10 17 vs BC L 28 43

10 15 at Saskatchewan L 9 55

10 31 vs Montreal W 14 37

DIVISION SEMI-FINAL

11 8 at Winnipeg W 29 21

DIVISION FINAL

11 15 at Montreal L 26 36

2007

6 28 vs Winnipeg T 39 39

7 6 at BC L 9 29

7 13 at Winnipeg W 19 15

7 20 vs Saskatchewan W 20 21

7 28 at Saskatchewan L 14 54

8 4 vs Calgary L 34 32

8 11 vs Hamilton W 17 19

8 18 at Saskatchewan L 32 39

9 3 at Calgary L 24 35

9 7 vs Calgary L 20 17

9 14 vs Montreal W 28 47

9 23 at Montreal W 16 10

9 28 vs Toronto L 18 11

10 6 at Toronto L 8 33

10 13 vs BC L 24 18

10 20 at BC L 26 37

10 26 vs Saskatchewan L 36 29

11 3 at Hamilton L 19 21

2006

6 17 at Calgary L 14 24

6 24 vs Calgary W 14 18

7 1 at Winnipeg L 10 46

7 7 vs BC W 20 27

7 20 vs Winnipeg L 25 22

7 28 vs Montreal L 21 13

8 4 at BC L 17 34

8 11 vs Saskatchewan W 18 24

8 18 at BC L 28 30

9 4 at Calgary L 23 44

9 8 vs Calgary W 26 35

9 16 at Hamilton L 22 27

9 22 vs Hamilton L 20 18

9 30 at Saskatchewan W 30 25

10 9 at Toronto L 23 28

10 14 vs Toronto L 28 25

10 21 at Montreal W 30 20

11 27 vs Saskatchewan W 18 20

2005

6 24 vs Ottawa W 16 41

6 30 at Winnipeg W 27 8

7 8 at Montreal L 29 32

7 15 vs Winnipeg W 12 14

7 21 at Ottawa W 29 21

7 30 vs Hamilton W 30 36

8 5 at BC L 19 25

8 20 vs Toronto L 22 18

8 26 vs Montreal W 26 36

9 5 at Calgary W 25 23

9 9 vs Calgary L 16 11

9 18 at Saskatchewan L 36 37

9 24 vs BC W 20 37

9 30 at Hamilton L 14 40

10 10 at Toronto W 17 13

10 15 vs Saskatchewan W 18 19

10 28 vs BC W 19 22

11 6 at Calgary L 23 43

DIVISION SEMI-FINAL

11 13 at Calgary W 33 26

DIVISION FINAL

11 20 at BC W 28 23

GREY CUP

11 27 vs Montreal W-OT 38 35

2004

6 19 at Montreal L 9 33

6 26 vs BC L 41 34

7 2 at Ottawa L 15 44

7 9 at BC W 25 9

7 17 vs Hamilton W 30 51

7 30 vs Winnipeg W 24 41

8 8 at Toronto L 14 39

8 12 at Winnipeg L 14 25

8 20 vs Saskatchewan W 7 31

8 29 vs Ottawa W 16 57

9 6 at Calgary W 25 7

9 10 vs Calgary W 12 44

9 18 at BC L 30 33

9 25 vs Toronto L 26 17

10 1 at Hamilton L 27 30

10 11 vs Montreal W 19 39

10 17 at Saskatchewan L 16 40

10 24 vs Winnipeg W 34 40

DIVISION SEMI-FINAL

11 7 vs Saskatchewan L 14 6

25


All-Time Results

2003

6 21 vs Montreal L 34 16

6 26 vs Calgary W 24 34

7 1 at Winnipeg L 12 14

7 5 at Hamilton W 37 20

7 16 vs Hamilton W 15 52

7 25 at Saskatchewan L 14 32

7 31 at Ottawa W 31 26

8 9 vs Toronto W 20 49

8 17 at Toronto W 18 15

8 23 vs Saskatchewan W 31 49

9 1 at Calgary L 22 28

9 5 vs Calgary W 0 38

9 13 at BC W 34 30

9 19 vs Ottawa W 33 45

9 26 vs BC W 7 27

10 5 at Montreal W 20 19

10 17 vs Winnipeg W 32 41

10 25 at Winnipeg L 30 34

DIVISION FINAL

11 9 vs Saskatchewan W 23 30

GREY CUP

11 16 vs Montreal W 22 34

2002

6 28 at Calgary W 27 21

7 4 vs Ottawa W 24 40

7 13 vs Toronto W 17 31

7 19 at Saskatchewan L 11 45

7 26 vs BC W 27 37

8 2 at Montreal L 14 37

8 7 vs Hamilton W 5 33

8 15 vs Winnipeg W 32 35

8 23 at Toronto W 30 7

9 2 at Calgary W 28 20

9 6 vs Calgary W 11 45

9 13 at BC L 18 23

9 21 vs Saskatchewan W 25 31

9 29 at Hamilton W 34 33

10 6 at Ottawa W 37 34

10 14 vs Montreal L 48 30

10 25 vs Saskatchewan W 21 27

11 2 at Winnipeg L 8 20

DIVISION FINAL

11 17 vs Winnipeg W 30 33

GREY CUP

11 24 vs Montreal L 25 16

2001

7 7 at BC L-OT 28 35

7 13 vs Saskatchewan W 11 13

7 20 vs Calgary W 23 33

7 26 at Montreal L 6 34

8 2 at Hamilton W 24 14

8 11 at BC L 39 42

8 17 vs BC L 35 17

8 24 vs Hamilton L 20 12

9 3 at Calgary W 33 32

9 7 vs Calgary L 34 33

9 17 at Winnipeg L 22 23

9 21 vs Toronto W 22 23

9 29 at Saskatchewan W 35 19

10 5 vs Winnipeg L 37 33

10 12 vs BC W 22 28

10 19 at Toronto W-OT 25 22

10 27 at Saskatchewan L 3 12

11 4 vs Montreal W 26 32

DIVISION FINAL

11 18 vs Calgary L 34 16

2000

7 5 at Calgary L 22 44

7 14 vs Hamilton L 28 21

7 21 vs Winnipeg W 49 51

7 27 at BC W 29 13

8 4 at Hamilton W 16 10

8 11 vs Montreal W 7 29

8 18 at Saskatchewan W 28 22

8 25 vs Saskatchewan L 30 20

9 4 at Calgary W 30 18

9 8 vs Calgary W 10 31

9 16 at BC L 14 26

9 22 vs Toronto L 34 21

10 1 vs BC W 42 49

10 9 at Montreal L 15 45

10 15 vs Calgary W 30 33

10 21 at Toronto W 48 28

10 28 vs Saskatchewan L 54 52

11 3 at Winnipeg L 18 30

DIVISION SEMI-FINAL

11 12 vs BC L 34 32

1999

7 9 vs BC L 25 13

7 16 vs Saskatchewan W 6 39

7 22 at Calgary L 37 41

7 29 at Hamilton L 8 54

8 6 vs Montreal L 20 13

8 13 at Winnipeg W 56 26

8 20 at Saskatchewan L 27 29

8 27 vs Hamilton L 30 23

9 6 at Calgary W 33 30

9 10 vs Calgary L 38 13

9 17 at Saskatchewan W 41 38

9 26 vs Toronto L 20 16

10 3 vs Winnipeg L 27 19

10 11 at BC W 26 20

10 17 vs BC L 21 13

10 23 at Montreal L 33 36

10 30 vs Saskatchewan W 21 34

11 6 at Toronto L 15 20

DIVISION SEMI-FINAL

11 14 at Calgary L 17 30

1998

7 2 at BC W 20 12

7 10 vs BC W 10 15

7 16 at Saskatchewan L 14 28

7 23 at Toronto W 30 27

7 31 vs Montreal W 10 22

8 7 vs Hamilton L 39 10

8 13 at Hamilton L 23 48

8 21 vs Winnipeg W 16 25

8 27 vs Saskatchewan W 13 35

9 7 at Calgary L 8 26

9 11 vs Calgary L 30 23

9 19 at BC W 27 21

9 26 vs Toronto L 30 29

10 4 at Montreal L 3 34

10 12 at Winnipeg W 40 20

10 18 vs BC L 31 7

10 25 at Calgary L 19 31

11 1 vs Saskatchewan W 24 46

DIVISION SEMI-FINAL

11 8 vs BC W 33 40

DIVISION FINAL

11 15 at Calgary L 10 33

26


All-Time Results

1997

6 25 at Calgary W 23 22

7 4 at Saskatchewan W 24 18

7 10 vs BC L 41 31

7 17 vs Montreal W 0 32

7 24 at Montreal W 34 24

7 31 vs Saskatchewan W 34 37

8 7 vs Winnipeg W 11 45

8 14 at Toronto L 14 38

8 21 vs Hamilton W 24 28

9 1 at Calgary L 14 27

9 5 vs Calgary W 20 24

9 13 at BC L 1 27

9 20 vs Toronto L 25 24

9 28 at Saskatchewan L 15 29

10 5 vs Calgary W 32 42

10 12 at Winnipeg W 20 2

10 19 vs BC W 7 41

10 25 at Hamilton W 30 19

DIVISION FINAL

11 9 vs Saskatchewan L 31 30

1996

6 27 at BC W 28 14

7 5 vs Montreal W 13 16

7 10 at Saskatchewan L 24 27

7 17 vs Winnipeg L 27 16

7 25 at Ottawa W 34 18

8 3 vs Ottawa W 2 30

8 8 at Toronto L 21 24

8 17 vs Saskatchewan W 8 25

8 23 vs Hamilton W 8 35

9 2 at Calgary L 13 31

9 6 vs Calgary W 19 20

9 15 at Hamilton L 14 20

9 20 at Winnipeg W 41 12

9 29 vs BC W 12 32

10 4 at Montreal L 18 32

10 12 at BC W 34 31

10 20 vs Toronto L 24 17

10 27 vs Calgary W 32 41

DIVISION SEMI-FINAL

11 10 vs Winnipeg W 7 68

DIVISION FINAL

11 17 at Calgary W 15 12

GREY CUP

11 24 vs Toronto L 43 37

1995

7 1 vs Toronto W 23 45

7 7 at Saskatchewan W 26 19

7 17 vs Shreveport W 7 37

7 22 at San Antonio L 27 32

7 28 at Hamilton W 26 18

8 2 vs Baltimore L 19 12

8 9 at Toronto W 31 10

8 13 at Ottawa L 17 18

8 18 vs Saskatchewan W 13 32

8 27 vs Ottawa W 3 63

9 4 at Calgary L 26 51

9 8 vs Calgary L 33 17

9 15 vs Winnipeg W 10 64

9 22 at BC W 33 18

10 1 vs BC W 36 39

10 13 vs Memphis W 17 34

10 19 at Birmingham W 45 18

10 26 at Memphis W 25 14

DIVISION SEMI-FINAL

11 5 vs BC W 15 26

DIVISION FINAL

11 12 at Calgary L 4 37

1994

7 9 vs Hamilton W 11 26

7 13 at Winnipeg L 35 50

7 20 vs Ottawa W 21 23

7 30 at Shreveport W 24 10

8 4 vs Saskatchewan W 23 42

8 12 at Saskatchewan L 7 20

8 18 at Sacramento W 44 15

8 25 vs Las Vegas W 17 44

9 5 at Calgary L 15 48

9 9 vs Calgary W 12 38

9 17 at BC W 25 18

9 25 vs Toronto W 25 28

10 2 vs BC L 26 24

10 9 at Hamilton W 33 32

10 16 vs Baltimore W 24 31

10 23 at Toronto L 6 23

10 29 vs Sacramento W 16 22

11 5 at Las Vegas W 51 10

DIVISION SEMI-FINAL

11 12 vs BC L 24 23

1993

7 10 vs Toronto W 8 38

7 15 at Saskatchewan L 22 23

7 21 vs Saskatchewan W 3 35

7 31 at Sacramento W 43 11

8 7 vs BC L 39 23

8 13 at Winnipeg L 11 53

8 18 at Toronto W 45 14

8 25 vs Hamilton W 8 46

9 2 vs Sacramento W 12 13

9 6 at Calgary L 13 33

9 10 vs Calgary W 16 29

9 17 at Hamilton L 10 34

9 26 vs Winnipeg L 52 14

10 2 at Sacramento W 34 13

10 16 vs Ottawa W 1 19

10 22 at Ottawa W 19 17

10 29 at BC W 54 14

11 7 vs Calgary W 21 39

DIVISION SEMI-FINAL

11 14 vs Saskatchewan W 13 51

DIVISION FINAL

11 21 at Calgary W 29 15

GREY CUP

11 28 vs Winnipeg W 23 33

27


All-Time Results

1992

7 9 at BC W 37 26

7 15 vs Saskatchewan W 31 34

7 22 at Winnipeg L 32 51

7 30 at Ottawa W 30 25

8 6 vs Ottawa W 14 29

8 12 at Hamilton W 30 28

8 20 vs Toronto W 16 39

8 28 vs Calgary L 45 38

9 7 at Calgary W 34 21

9 11 vs BC L 34 20

9 20 at Saskatchewan L 18 22

9 25 vs Hamilton L 26 25

10 2 vs Winnipeg W 25 45

10 10 at Toronto L 14 31

10 16 vs BC W 17 43

10 24 at Calgary L 23 40

11 1 vs Saskatchewan L 30 24

11 7 at BC W 37 33

DIVISION SEMI-FINAL

11 15 vs Saskatchewan W 20 22

DIVISION FINAL

11 22 at Calgary L 22 23

1991

7 12 at Saskatchewan W 34 25

7 17 vs Ottawa W 33 40

7 25 at BC L 36 37

7 31 vs Saskatchewan W 24 54

8 10 at Hamilton W 38 13

8 15 at Ottawa L 35 36

8 21 vs Toronto W 39 53

8 28 vs Saskatchewan L 44 41

9 2 at Calgary L 36 48

9 6 vs Calgary W 37 51

9 15 at Saskatchewan W 41 36

9 21 at Toronto L 28 47

9 27 vs Winnipeg W 15 31

10 4 vs Hamilton W 17 18

10 12 at BC W 45 38

10 20 vs BC L 39 38

10 27 vs Calgary W 23 24

11 3 at Winnipeg W 28 18

DIVISION FINAL

11 17 vs Calgary L 38 36

1990

7 14 at Toronto W 40 34

7 18 vs BC W 23 41

7 26 at Ottawa L 46 50

8 2 at Winnipeg L 20 23

8 7 vs Saskatchewan W 31 57

8 14 vs Calgary W 20 46

8 19 at Saskatchewan L 24 49

8 27 vs Toronto W 36 56

9 3 at Calgary W 38 4

9 7 vs Calgary W 17 34

9 13 at BC W 32 13

9 21 vs Ottawa W 29 41

9 28 vs Winnipeg L 48 25

10 8 at Hamilton L 23 25

10 14 at Saskatchewan L 24 29

10 21 vs BC L 30 8

10 28 vs Hamilton W 15 25

11 4 at Calgary L 32 34

DIVISION SEMI-FINAL

11 11 vs Saskatchewan W 27 43

DIVISION FINAL

11 18 at Calgary W 43 23

GREY CUP

11 25 vs Winnipeg L 50 11

1989

7 13 vs BC W 15 20

7 21 at Calgary W 54 4

7 27 at Toronto L 17 21

8 3 vs Toronto W 21 22

8 9 at BC W 33 13

8 17 at Ottawa W 39 4

8 23 vs Hamilton W 14 37

8 30 vs Saskatchewan W 19 45

9 4 at Calgary W 31 14

9 8 vs Calgary W 27 38

9 17 at Saskatchewan L 35 48

9 24 vs BC W 25 32

9 29 at Hamilton W 33 12

10 9 vs Winnipeg W 7 45

10 15 vs Ottawa W 11 55

10 22 at Winnipeg W 34 11

10 28 at BC W 25 19

11 5 vs Saskatchewan W 17 49

DIVISION FINAL

11 19 vs. Saskatchewan L 32 21

1988

7 14 vs Calgary W 0 33

7 23 at Saskatchewan L 15 26

7 27 at Ottawa W 35 28

8 12 at Hamilton L 14 22

8 19 vs Winnipeg W 21 46

8 25 at BC L 10 28

9 1 vs BC W 9 17

9 4 vs Saskatchewan W 27 43

9 5 at Calgary W 27 11

9 11 vs Hamilton W 13 37

9 18 vs Toronto W 21 38

9 25 at Toronto L 22 35

10 2 vs Ottawa W 12 40

10 10 at Winnipeg L 17 21

10 16 at Calgary W 32 29

10 23 vs BC L 35 15

10 29 at BC L 16 51

11 6 vs Calgary W 19 20

DIVISION FINAL

11 20 vs BC L 37 19

1987

6 27 vs Calgary W 16 54

7 5 at Hamilton W 36 33

7 12 vs Hamilton L 40 30

7 18 at BC L 18 26

7 24 at Winnipeg W 42 28

8 1 vs Saskatchewan W 28 38

8 7 at Toronto L 20 23

8 23 vs Ottawa W 24 45

8 28 at Saskatchewan W 39 13

9 7 at Calgary L 20 29

9 12 vs Toronto W 20 42

9 19 vs Saskatchewan W 13 34

10 2 vs Ottawa W 19 34

10 12 at Winnipeg L 20 38

10 18 at Saskatchewan L 25 34

10 25 vs Winnipeg W 24 49

11 1 vs BC L 33 32

11 7 at Ottawa W 39 21

DIVISION SEMI-FINAL

11 15 vs Calgary W 16 30

DIVISION FINAL

11 22 at BC W 31 7

GREY CUP

11 29 vs Toronto W 38 36

28


All-Time Results

1986

6 24 at Calgary W 21 20

7 3 vs BC W 13 36

7 12 at Saskatchewan W 31 19

7 17 vs Ottawa W 39 49

8 1 vs Toronto L 35 34

8 7 at Montreal L 6 17

8 15 vs Winnipeg W 5 33

8 23 at Toronto L 20 26

9 1 at Calgary W 42 19

9 7 vs Montreal W 22 37

9 19 at BC W 32 3

9 26 vs BC W 13 31

10 4 at Hamilton W 24 23

10 10 vs Hamilton W 9 28

10 19 vs Calgary W 30 38

10 25 at Winnipeg L 20 42

11 1 at Ottawa T 16 16

11 9 vs Saskatchewan W 14 42

DIVISION SEMI-FINAL

11 16 vs Calgary W 18 27

1985

7 5 vs Toronto W 23 25

7 13 at BC L 10 25

7 13 at Ottawa L 19 41

7 25 vs Winnipeg W 23 25

8 2 vs Ottawa W 14 49

8 9 at Toronto L 23 43

8 23 vs Saskatchewan L 42 34

9 2 at Calgary W 34 28

9 8 vs Hamilton W 17 27

9 15 at Saskatchewan W 27 15

9 21 vs Calgary W 6 17

10 5 at Hamilton W 17 12

10 12 vs Montreal W 1 39

10 18 at Winnipeg W 37 18

10 27 vs BC L 42 29

11 3 at Montreal L 20 23

DIVISION SEMI-FINAL

11 10 at Winnipeg L 15 22

DIVISION FINAL

11 23 vs BC W 5 41

GREY CUP

11 30 vs Hamilton L 39 15

1984

6 30 vs Ottawa W 31 32

7 6 at BC L 10 44

7 13 vs Calgary W 13 40

7 22 at Toronto L 26 43

8 3 vs Winnipeg L 22 21

8 12 at Saskatchewan W 37 21

8 18 at Montreal L 24 44

8 24 vs Hamilton W 14 35

9 3 at Calgary W 30 28

9 8 vs Toronto W 33 34

9 21 at Ottawa L 23 32

9 28 vs BC L 34 32

10 7 at Hamilton W 28 21

10 13 vs Montreal W 26 29

10 21 at Winnipeg L 11 30

10 28 vs Saskatchewan W 7 52

DIVISION SEMI-FINAL

11 4 at Winnipeg L 20 55

1983

7 15 vs Winnipeg L 20 18

7 28 at Ottawa W 44 4

8 5 vs Saskatchewan W 21 36

8 9 at Hamilton W 35 32

8 12 vs BC L 43 13

8 20 at Montreal W 28 15

8 26 vs Ottawa L 17 14

9 5 at Calgary L 15 18

9 11 vs Hamilton W 21 50

9 18 at Saskatchewan W 46 21

9 25 at BC L 30 31

10 2 vs Calgary W 28 31

10 9 at Toronto L 15 19

10 15 vs Montreal W 32 45

10 23 at Winnipeg L 15 33

10 29 vs Toronto L 22 15

DIVISION SEMI-FINAL

11 13 at Winnipeg L 22 49

1982

7 11 at Ottawa W 55 7

7 17 vs Toronto W 12 31

7 25 at BC L 28 38

8 1 vs Winnipeg L 32 26

8 7 at Toronto L 22 30

8 15 vs Montreal W 8 46

8 29 vs Saskatchewan L 32 25

9 6 at Calgary L 20 32

9 12 vs Ottawa W 11 47

9 19 at Hamilton W 32 14

9 26 vs Calgary W 17 36

10 10 vs BC W 1 30

10 16 at Montreal W 53 39

10 23 at Winnipeg W 33 17

10 30 vs Hamilton W 11 14

11 7 at Saskatchewan W 46 22

DIVISION FINAL

11 21 vs Winnipeg W 21 24

GREY CUP

11 28 at Toronto W 32 16

29


All-Time Results

1981

7 3 at Ottawa W 47 21

7 11 vs Calgary W 10 30

7 19 at Winnipeg L 28 38

7 26 at Montreal W 33 17

8 1 vs Hamilton W 5 41

8 13 at Toronto W 22 12

8 22 vs Winnipeg W 10 28

8 30 vs Saskatchewan W 34 44

9 7 at Hamilton T 34 34

9 13 vs BC W 21 38

9 19 at Calgary W 21 10

9 26 vs Montreal W 11 62

10 3 at BC W 22 12

10 12 vs Ottawa W 6 24

10 18 at Saskatchewan W 41 29

10 24 vs Toronto W 7 61

DIVISION FINAL

11 15 vs BC W 16 22

GREY CUP

11 22 vs Ottawa W 26 23

1980

7 9 vs Winnipeg W 13 36

7 16 at Saskatchewan W 21 6

7 30 vs BC W 21 33

8 6 at Toronto W 23 3

8 13 at Winnipeg W 30 17

8 19 vs Calgary L 16 15

8 26 vs Ottawa W 20 45

9 1 at Calgary W 38 23

9 7 vs Hamilton W 18 53

9 13 at BC W 42 14

9 21 vs Saskatchewan W 17 24

10 5 at Winnipeg L 14 28

10 13 vs BC W 9 33

10 19 at Saskatchewan W 29 28

10 26 vs Calgary L 34 25

11 1 at Montreal W 44 14

DIVISION FINAL

11 15 vs Winnipeg W 24 34

GREY CUP

11 23 vs Hamilton W 48 10

1979

7 10 at Winnipeg W 28 10

7 17 vs Saskatchewan W 20 52

7 31 vs Calgary W 9 44

8 7 at BC T 14 14

8 14 at Ottawa T 24 24

8 21 vs Winnipeg W 13 41

8 28 vs Toronto W 13 28

9 3 at Calgary W 27 1

9 9 vs Saskatchewan W 0 40

9 16 vs BC W 8 40

9 23 at Hamilton W 22 21

9 30 at Calgary L 19 26

10 8 vs Montreal W 6 47

10 14 at Saskatchewan L 25 26

10 28 vs Winnipeg W 11 19

11 3 at BC W 25 17

DIVISION FINAL

11 18 vs Calgary W 7 19

GREY CUP

11 25 vs Montreal W 17 9

1978

7 13 vs Calgary W 17 33

7 18 at Winnipeg W 29 28

7 26 at Saskatchewan W 46 11

8 1 vs Ottawa L 24 23

8 16 at Toronto W 40 3

8 23 vs Winnipeg W 8 14

8 30 vs BC W 10 18

9 4 at Calgary T 28 28

9 10 vs Hamilton W 16 56

9 17 at Saskatchewan W 25 20

9 24 vs Calgary T 20 20

10 1 at Montreal W 42 22

10 9 vs BC L 15 3

10 15 at Winnipeg W 38 10

10 29 vs Saskatchewan L 36 26

11 4 at BC L 11 33

DIVISION FINAL

11 18 vs Calgary W 13 26

GREY CUP

11 26 vs Montreal W 20 13

1977

7 18 vs Winnipeg L 29 26

7 27 at Winnipeg W 43 13

8 2 vs Saskatchewan W 9 34

8 9 at BC W 24 18

8 16 vs Calgary W 19 32

8 24 at Hamilton L 22 27

8 30 vs Montreal L 25 20

9 5 at Calgary W 22 8

9 17 vs BC L 20 18

9 24 at BC L 13 30

10 1 at Ottawa L 17 34

10 10 vs Winnipeg W 24 31

10 16 at Saskatchewan W 33 31

10 23 vs Toronto W 12 16

10 30 at Calgary W 23 21

11 6 vs Saskatchewan W 0 38

DIVISION FINAL

11 20 vs BC W 1 38

GREY CUP

11 27 vs Montreal L 41 6

1976

7 20 vs Calgary W 22 24

7 28 at Toronto W 25 20

8 4 vs BC W 12 19

8 10 at Winnipeg W 31 30

8 15 at Saskatchewan L 0 40

8 21 vs Ottawa L 20 18

8 31 vs Hamilton W 1 5

9 6 at Calgary W 19 17

9 12 vs Saskatchewan L 34 7

9 19 at Saskatchewan W 25 22

9 25 vs Winnipeg L 28 17

10 2 at BC T 27 27

10 11 vs BC W 12 16

10 17 at Winnipeg L 33 36

10 23 at Montreal W 17 10

10 31 vs Calgary L 36 28

DIVISION SEMI-FINAL

11 14 at Winnipeg W 14 12

DIVISION FINAL

11 20 at Saskatchewan L 13 23

30


All-Time Results

1975

7 29 vs Winnipeg W 22 28

8 6 at Winnipeg L 16 17

8 14 at BC W 27 24

8 20 vs Toronto W 11 28

8 27 vs BC W 10 34

9 1 at Calgary W 35 31

9 6 vs Saskatchewan W 24 28

9 14 at Hamilton W 17 3

9 17 at Ottawa L 25 38

9 23 vs Montreal W 29 31

9 28 at Calgary W 37 36

10 5 vs Saskatchewan L 28 18

10 13 vs Calgary W 12 21

10 19 at Saskatchewan L 27 36

10 26 vs Winnipeg W 41 48

11 1 at BC W 12 8

DIVISION FINAL

11 16 vs Saskatchewan W 18 30

GREY CUP

11 23 vs Montreal W 9 8

1974

7 26 vs Saskatchewan W 7 31

8 5 vs Calgary W 6 20

8 9 at Saskatchewan L 23 24

8 19 vs Ottawa W 6 23

8 27 vs BC L 21 15

9 2 at Calgary W 20 16

9 8 vs Winnipeg W 2 24

9 13 at Saskatchewan W 24 18

9 18 at Winnipeg L 13 19

9 25 vs Hamilton W 29 31

10 5 at Toronto L 20 22

10 8 at Montreal T 28 28

10 14 vs Calgary L 24 10

10 20 at Winnipeg W 17 10

10 26 vs BC W 8 31

11 2 at BC W 15 7

DIVISION FINAL

11 17 vs Saskatchewan W 27 31

GREY CUP

11 24 vs Montreal L 20 7

1973

7 31 at Winnipeg W 33 22

8 6 vs Winnipeg W 3 10

8 14 at BC L 11 30

8 22 at Calgary W 24 4

8 29 vs Toronto L 24 16

9 3 at Saskatchewan L 27 28

9 8 vs Montreal W 18 23

9 15 vs Calgary W 22 33

9 22 at Ottawa L 20 32

9 24 at Hamilton W 22 17

9 30 vs Saskatchewan W 13 17

10 8 vs Winnipeg T 14 14

10 13 at BC W 27 13

10 20 vs BC T 14 14

10 27 at Calgary L 10 14

11 4 vs Saskatchewan W 16 28

DIVISION FINAL

11 18 vs Saskatchewan W 23 25

GREY CUP

11 25 vs Ottawa L 22 18

1972

8 1 vs BC W 22 34

8 11 vs Hamilton W 27 30

8 16 at Saskatchewan W 31 29

8 25 vs BC W 7 29

8 30 at Winnipeg L 16 49

9 4 at Calgary W 31 19

9 10 vs Calgary W 20 27

9 17 at Saskatchewan L 12 14

9 23 vs Ottawa L 10 9

9 30 at Toronto W 31 30

10 3 at Montreal L 13 29

10 9 vs Winnipeg W 15 24

10 14 at BC L 16 22

10 22 vs Saskatchewan W 23 25

10 29 at Winnipeg L 24 38

11 5 vs Calgary W 14 28

DIVISION SEMI-FINAL

11 12 vs Saskatchewan L 8 6

1971

7 27 at Ottawa L 11 22

7 29 at Hamilton L 15 17

8 4 vs BC W 19 20

8 11 vs Calgary L 31 1

8 18 at BC L 1 11

8 25 vs Winnipeg L 40 31

9 1 vs Toronto L 16 15

9 6 at Calgary L 7 23

9 11 at Winnipeg L 14 26

9 18 vs Saskatchewan L 19 3

9 26 at Saskatchewan L 14 28

9 29 vs Montreal W 11 12

10 10 vs Winnipeg W 14 22

10 16 at BC W 9 4

10 23 at Calgary W 34 12

10 31 vs Saskatchewan W 12 28

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All-Time Results

1970

7 31 at Saskatchewan L 11 23

8 5 vs Calgary W 2 14

8 13 vs BC L 35 7

8 18 at Montreal L 10 14

8 20 at Toronto L 14 16

8 25 vs Ottawa L 31 23

9 1 vs BC W 9 20

9 7 at Calgary L 13 28

9 12 vs Saskatchewan W 6 10

9 20 at Winnipeg W 33 15

9 26 vs Hamilton W 13 34

10 3 at BC W 32 20

10 12 vs Calgary W 13 16

10 17 at Winnipeg W 20 17

10 24 vs Winnipeg W 11 15

10 28 at Saskatchewan L 10 34

DIVISION SEMI-FINAL

11 8 vs Calgary L 16 9

1969

7 29 at Winnipeg W 33 0

8 4 vs Winnipeg L 14 13

8 11 vs Saskatchewan L 21 20

8 22 at Saskatchewan L 9 24

8 27 vs Toronto L 24 12

9 1 at Calgary L 14 16

9 6 vs Calgary L 20 10

9 14 vs Winnipeg W 16 30

9 17 at BC W 13 5

9 27 at Ottawa L 0 17

9 30 at Hamilton L 12 17

10 5 vs BC L 13 5

10 13 vs Montreal W 14 20

10 18 at BC L 14 17

10 25 at Calgary W 11 1

11 2 vs Saskatchewan L 27 25

1968

7 31 at Montreal W 27 10

8 2 at Toronto L 4 32

8 7 vs Saskatchewan T 10 10

8 15 at BC W 18 17

8 20 vs BC L 12 4

8 28 vs Calgary L 12 7

9 2 at Saskatchewan L 2 29

9 8 at Calgary W 10 8

9 11 vs Ottawa W 20 25

9 22 at Winnipeg L 13 25

9 28 vs Hamilton L 31 7

10 5 vs BC W 5 13

10 13 at Winnipeg W 22 8

10 20 vs Calgary W 13 14

10 27 vs Winnipeg W 22 32

10 30 at Saskatchewan L 20 34

DIVISION SEMI-FINAL

11 10 at Calgary L 13 29

1967

8 2 vs Winnipeg L 20 0

8 9 at Ottawa L 25 28

8 12 at Hamilton W 20 14

8 19 vs Toronto W 10 31

8 23 at Calgary L 0 16

8 30 vs Saskatchewan L 21 10

9 4 at Saskatchewan L 6 18

9 9 at BC T 14 14

9 17 vs BC W 8 19

9 23 at Winnipeg W 22 9

9 30 vs Calgary L 25 5

10 8 at BC W 19 3

10 15 vs Saskatchewan W 17 21

10 21 vs Montreal W 24 30

10 28 at Calgary W 20 11

11 1 vs Winnipeg W 8 24

DIVISION SEMI-FINAL

11 11 at Saskatchewan L 5 21

1966

7 29 vs Saskatchewan L 40 13

8 2 at Winnipeg L 7 26

8 8 at BC W 27 7

8 12 vs Winnipeg L 10 9

8 22 at Saskatchewan W 18 17

8 27 vs Calgary W 5 26

9 2 vs BC W 6 13

9 9 at Montreal W 8 3

9 11 at Toronto L 14 34

9 19 vs Ottawa L 49 21

9 24 at Calgary T 18 18

10 1 vs Hamilton L 28 7

10 10 vs BC L 19 7

10 16 at Winnipeg L 14 16

10 22 at Saskatchewan W 33 21

10 29 vs Calgary L 29 16

DIVISION SEMI-FINAL

11 6 at Winnipeg L 8 16

1965

7 30 vs Winnipeg L 21 14

8 7 at BC L 13 38

8 13 vs Saskatchewan L 34 15

8 18 at Calgary L 15 16

8 23 vs Calgary L 20 4

8 31 vs Toronto W 21 23

9 11 vs Winnipeg W 25 30

9 20 vs Montreal L 24 13

9 25 at Ottawa L 1 40

9 28 at Hamilton W 9 3

10 2 at BC L 27 41

10 6 at Saskatchewan W 24 22

10 9 vs BC W 12 14

10 16 at Calgary L 19 28

10 23 at Winnipeg L 24 40

10 30 vs Saskatchewan L 15 12

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All-Time Results

1964

8 7 vs Calgary L 52 15

8 12 at Winnipeg L 7 37

8 17 at Calgary L 6 39

8 28 vs Saskatchewan L 56 8

9 4 vs Ottawa W 1 20

9 11 at Montreal W 19 10

9 13 at Toronto L 22 35

9 19 vs BC L 49 6

9 19 at Winnipeg W 13 1

9 26 at Saskatchewan L 11 20

9 28 vs Hamilton L 43 14

10 6 vs Winnipeg W 22 25

10 10 at BC L 6 26

10 17 vs BC L 24 14

10 24 vs Calgary L 17 16

10 31 vs Saskatchewan L 26 20

1963

8 5 vs Saskatchewan L 19 16

8 12 at BC L 12 31

8 16 vs Toronto W 16 17

8 23 vs Winnipeg L 36 7

9 2 at Calgary L 11 13

9 7 vs Saskatchewan L 22 9

9 14 vs Montreal W 1 10

9 21 at Saskatchewan L 7 8

9 23 at Winnipeg L 15 24

9 28 vs Winnipeg L 38 30

10 5 vs BC L 40 1

10 12 at Ottawa L 10 34

10 14 at Hamilton L 17 28

10 19 at BC L 6 32

10 26 vs Calgary L 45 28

11 2 at Calgary L 24 38

1962

8 9 at Winnipeg W 20 16

8 14 vs Saskatchewan W 7 22

8 20 at Saskatchewan L 9 17

8 24 vs Ottawa L 29 21

8 31 vs BC W 10 22

9 3 at Calgary L 17 49

9 8 vs Calgary L 17 12

9 14 vs Hamilton L 16 15

9 22 at Montreal T 18 18

9 24 at Toronto W 31 22

9 29 vs BC L 46 24

10 6 vs Calgary L 22 15

10 8 at Saskatchewan L 20 28

10 13 at BC W 26 7

10 20 vs Winnipeg L 30 20

11 3 at Winnipeg W 18 12

1961

8 7 at BC W 29 19

8 14 vs Saskatchewan W 8 38

8 19 vs Montreal W 0 33

8 24 at Winnipeg W 35 20

8 28 vs BC W 20 21

9 4 at Calgary W 10 9

9 9 at Ottawa W 35 26

9 11 at Hamilton L 15 32

9 16 vs Toronto T 8 8

9 23 vs Winnipeg L 33 10

9 25 at Saskatchewan W 16 1

9 30 at BC L 9 21

10 7 vs Calgary L 28 21

10 14 vs Saskatchewan W 10 21

10 30 at Calgary W 20 8

11 4 vs Winnipeg L 14 13

DIVISION SEMI-FINAL

11 11 at Calgary L 8 10

11 13 vs Calgary W 17 18

1960

8 15 vs BC W 14 33

8 22 vs Saskatchewan W 1 19

8 25 at Winnipeg L 14 18

8 29 at BC W 26 0

9 3 vs Winnipeg L 15 14

9 5 at Calgary W 29 28

9 10 vs Calgary W 10 41

9 16 at Saskatchewan W 29 6

9 19 vs BC W 10 18

9 26 at Winnipeg W 15 2

9 30 vs Saskatchewan W 2 9

10 6 at BC L 13 21

10 8 vs Calgary L 31 11

10 15 at Calgary L 17 35

10 17 vs Winnipeg L 21 17

10 22 at Saskatchewan W 13 11

DIVISION SEMI-FINAL

11 2 vs Calgary W 7 30

11 5 at Calgary W 40 21

WEST FINAL

11 12 vs Winnipeg L 22 15

11 14 at Winnipeg W 10 5

11 19 at Winnipeg W 4 2

GREY CUP

11 26 vs Ottawa L 16 6

1959

8 17 vs BC L 12 0

8 24 vs Saskatchewan W 0 55

8 27 at Winnipeg W 16 1

8 31 at BC L 7 8

9 5 vs Winnipeg L 16 8

9 7 at Calgary W 16 10

9 12 vs Calgary W 20 27

9 19 at Saskatchewan W 32 0

9 21 vs BC W 7 29

9 28 at Winnipeg L 10 13

10 3 vs Saskatchewan W 15 44

10 10 at BC W 38 14

10 12 vs Calgary L 41 23

10 17 at Calgary L 24 25

10 19 vs Winnipeg W 20 21

10 24 at Saskatchewan W 20 19

DIVISION SEMI-FINAL

10 31 at BC W 20 8

11 4 vs BC W 7 41

WEST FINAL

11 11 vs Winnipeg L 19 11

11 14 at Winnipeg L 8 16

33


All-Time Results

1958

8 14 at Winnipeg L 21 29

8 18 vs Saskatchewan W 6 40

8 23 at Calgary L 7 35

8 25 vs Winnipeg L 15 8

9 6 at BC W 26 7

9 8 vs Calgary W 28 32

9 13 vs BC W 7 13

9 20 at Saskatchewan W 26 13

9 27 vs Saskatchewan T 11 11

9 29 at Winnipeg L 13 43

10 4 vs Winnipeg L 21 15

10 11 vs Calgary W 10 17

10 13 at Calgary W 19 14

10 18 at BC W 25 22

10 25 vs BC W 3 25

11 1 at Saskatchewan L 14 28

DIVISION SEMI-FINAL

11 8 at Saskatchewan W 27 11

11 11 vs Saskatchewan W 1 31

WEST FINAL

11 15 vs Winnipeg L 30 7

11 19 at Winnipeg W 30 7

11 22 at Winnipeg L 7 23

1957

8 15 at Winnipeg W 21 14

8 19 vs Saskatchewan W 7 37

8 24 at Calgary L 6 10

9 2 vs Winnipeg W 8 41

9 7 at BC W 35 13

9 9 vs Calgary W 2 22

9 14 vs BC W 6 25

9 21 at Saskatchewan W 24 17

9 28 vs Saskatchewan W 12 37

9 30 at Winnipeg L 27 28

10 5 vs Winnipeg W 0 41

10 12 vs Calgary W 7 46

10 14 at Calgary W 32 6

10 19 at BC W 29 12

10 26 vs BC W 0 29

11 2 at Saskatchewan W 23 0

WEST FINAL

11 16 at Winnipeg L 7 19

11 20 vs Winnipeg W 4 5

11 23 vs Winnipeg L 17 2

1956

8 18 vs Saskatchewan W 3 15

8 25 vs Calgary W 22 23

8 27 at BC W 18 0

9 3 vs Winnipeg W 20 21

9 8 at Saskatchewan L 4 31

9 10 at Calgary W 28 15

9 15 vs BC W 8 34

9 22 vs Calgary W 0 52

9 24 at BC L 1 11

10 1 vs Saskatchewan L 33 7

10 6 at Winnipeg L 7 10

10 8 at Calgary W 36 8

10 13 at Saskatchewan W 37 17

10 15 vs Winnipeg W 11 21

10 22 vs BC W 13 54

10 27 at Winnipeg L 0 33

WEST FINAL

11 10 at Saskatchewan L 22 23

11 17 vs Saskatchewan W 12 20

11 19 vs Saskatchewan W 7 51

GREY CUP

11 24 vs Montreal W 27 50

1955

8 20 at Calgary W 13 10

8 22 at Winnipeg W 13 9

8 27 vs BC W 12 29

9 3 vs Saskatchewan W 12 19

9 10 at BC W 18 13

9 12 vs Calgary W 12 24

9 17 at Saskatchewan W 26 9

9 19 vs Winnipeg W 8 14

9 24 at Calgary W 15 0

9 26 at BC W 15 0

10 1 at Winnipeg L 0 12

10 3 vs Saskatchewan W 9 17

10 8 vs BC W 2 38

10 15 at Saskatchewan L 3 4

10 22 vs Winnipeg W 0 12

10 29 vs Calgary W 5 30

WEST FINAL

11 11 at Winnipeg W 29 6

11 16 vs Winnipeg W 6 26

GREY CUP

11 26 vs Montreal W 19 34

1954

8 21 at Saskatchewan L 13 21

8 23 at Winnipeg L 3 7

9 6 vs BC W 6 12

9 11 vs Calgary W 11 30

9 13 at Calgary L 6 20

9 20 at BC W 23 13

9 25 vs Winnipeg W 8 12

9 27 vs Saskatchewan L 8 6

10 2 at Calgary W 13 12

10 4 vs Calgary W 6 21

10 9 at Winnipeg W 16 5

10 11 at Saskatchewan L 2 12

10 16 vs BC W 3 31

10 18 at BC W 22 0

10 23 vs Saskatchewan W 19 24

10 25 vs Winnipeg W 12 21

WEST FINAL

11 6 vs Winnipeg W 3 9

11 11 at Winnipeg L 6 12

11 13 vs Winnipeg W 5 10

SF VS ORFU

11 20 vs Kitchener-Waterloo W 6 38

GREY CUP

11 27 vs Montreal W 25 26

34


All-Time Results

1953

8 29 at Winnipeg L 6 7

8 31 at Saskatchewan W 19 17

9 5 at Calgary W 18 6

9 7 vs Calgary W 5 19

9 12 vs Saskatchewan W 1 13

9 14 vs Winnipeg W 7 9

9 19 at Saskatchewan W 12 6

9 26 vs Calgary W 6 15

9 28 at Calgary W 21 12

10 3 vs Saskatchewan L 13 19

10 5 at Winnipeg W 16 6

10 10 at Calgary W 34 13

10 12 vs Calgary W 6 22

10 17 vs Winnipeg W 9 32

10 19 vs Saskatchewan L 20 19

10 24 vs Winnipeg L 17 8

WEST FINAL

11 7 at Winnipeg W 25 7

11 11 vs Winnipeg L 21 17

11 14 vs Winnipeg L 30 24

1952

8 23 at Saskatchewan L 5 25

8 25 at Winnipeg T 14 14

8 30 at Calgary L 7 14

9 1 vs Calgary W 10 17

9 6 vs Winnipeg L 21 18

9 8 vs Saskatchewan W 15 19

9 13 at Winnipeg W 11 9

9 20 vs Calgary W 18 35

9 22 at Calgary W 10 9

9 27 at Winnipeg L 18 40

9 29 at Saskatchewan W 25 13

10 4 vs Saskatchewan W 6 20

10 6 vs Winnipeg W 12 18

10 11 vs Calgary L 33 30

10 13 at Calgary W 16 10

10 18 vs Saskatchewan L 31 28

DIVISION SEMI-FINAL

10 22 at Calgary L 12 31

10 25 vs Calgary W 7 30

WEST FINAL

11 1 vs Winnipeg L 28 12

11 8 at Winnipeg W 18 12

11 11 at Winnipeg W 22 11

GREY CUP

11 29 vs Toronto L 21 11

1951

8 25 at Winnipeg W 30 24

8 27 at Saskatchewan L 0 23

9 1 at Calgary W 18 17

9 3 vs Calgary W 0 5

9 8 vs Winnipeg W 19 35

9 10 vs Saskatchewan W 6 31

9 15 at Calgary W 30 15

9 22 vs Calgary W 11 30

9 29 vs Saskatchewan L 25 18

10 1 vs Winnipeg L 15 8

10 5 at Saskatchewan L 18 25

10 8 at Winnipeg L 27 38

10 13 vs Calgary W 18 31

10 20 at Calgary L 25 26

DIVISION SEMI-FINAL

10 27 vs Winnipeg W 1 4

WEST FINAL

11 3 vs Saskatchewan W 11 15

11 10 at Saskatchewan L 5 12

11 12 at Saskatchewan L 18 19

1950

8 26 at Winnipeg L 7 18

8 28 at Saskatchewan W 15 9

9 2 at Calgary W 19 13

9 4 vs Calgary W 8 18

9 9 vs Winnipeg L 20 6

9 11 vs Saskatchewan W 12 24

9 16 at Calgary W 29 22

9 23 vs Calgary W 8 33

9 30 vs Saskatchewan L 9 6

10 2 vs Winnipeg W 10 13

10 7 at Saskatchewan L 6 8

10 9 at Winnipeg L 6 28

10 14 vs Calgary L 19 12

10 21 at Calgary L 7 13

DIVISION SEMI-FINAL

10 28 at Saskatchewan W 24 1

WEST FINAL

11 4 vs Winnipeg W 16 17

11 11 at Winnipeg L 12 22

11 13 at Winnipeg L 6 29

1949

9 5 vs Calgary L 20 6

9 10 vs Winnipeg W 11 14

9 12 vs Saskatchewan L 12 0

9 17 at Saskatchewan L 1 13

9 19 at Winnipeg W 10 3

9 24 at Calgary L 5 41

10 1 vs Calgary L 12 8

10 8 at Winnipeg L 6 8

10 10 at Saskatchewan W 12 11

10 15 at Calgary L 6 31

10 22 vs Winnipeg W 6 13

10 24 vs Saskatchewan L 29 11

10 29 at Calgary L 0 27

10 31 at Calgary L 1 11

35


Grey Cup Records – Team

Since 1949

* CFL RECORDS

All-Time Most Points 551

Most Points, One Game 50 vs. Mtl – Nov. 24, 1956

Most Points, First Quarter 17 vs. Wpg – Nov. 28, 1993

Most Points, Second Quarter 17 vs. Tor – Nov. 28, 1982

17 vs. Mtl – Nov. 16, 2003

Most Points, Third Quarter 18 vs. Mtl – Nov. 24, 1956

Most Points, Fourth Quarter 17 vs. Tor – Nov. 29, 1987

All-Time Most Touchdowns 64

Most Touchdowns, One Game 7 vs. Mtl – Nov. 24, 1956

All-Time Most Converts 53

Most Converts, One Game 6 vs. Ham – Nov. 23, 1980

*All-Time Most Field Goals 38

*Most Field Goals, One Game 6 vs. Wpg – Nov. 28, 1993

*Most First Downs, One Game 36 vs. Mtl – Nov. 24, 1956

*Most First Downs, Rushing, One Game 32 vs. Mtl – Nov. 24, 1956

*All-Time Most Total Yards 8155

Most Total Yards, One Game 606 vs. Ham – Nov. 23, 1980

*All-Time Most Carries Rushing 654

*Most Carries Rushing, One Game 83 vs. Mtl – Nov. 24, 1956

*All-Time Most Yards Rushing 3132

*Most Yards Rushing, One Game 456 vs. Mtl – Nov. 24, 1956

*All-Time Most Touchdowns Rushing 26

*Most Touchdowns, Rushing, One Game 6 vs. Mtl – Nov. 24, 1956

*All-Time Most Passes Attempted 698

*All-Time Most Passes Completed 400

*All-Time Most Yards Passing 5295

*All-Time Most Touchdowns Passing 30

*Most Touchdowns Passing, One Game 4 vs. Ham – Nov. 23, 1980

*All-Time Most Interceptions Thrown 30

*Most Interceptions, One Game 4 Twice

All-Time Most Punts 183

All-Time Most Yards Punting 7441

*All-Time Most Punt Returns 153

All-Time Most Yards On Punt Returns 883

*All-Time Kickoffs 95

Most Kickoffs, One Game 7 Four times

*All-Time Most Yards On Kickoffs 4823

*All-Time Most Kickoff Returns 87

Most Kickoff Returns, One Game 7 Three times

*All-Time Most Yards On Kickoff Returns 1746

Most Yards on Kickoff Returns, One Game 263 vs. Tor – Nov. 29, 1987

*All-Time Missed Field-Goal Returns 3

*Most Missed Field-Goal Returns, One Game 2 vs. Tor – Nov. 29, 1987

*All-Time Most Penalties 140

All-Time Most Yards Penalized 918

*All-Time Most Quarterback Sacks 28

Most Quarterback Sacks, One Game 7 vs. Tor – Nov. 28, 1982

All-Time Most Defensive Tackles 280

36


Grey Cup Records – Individual

Since 1949

* CFL RECORDS

*All-Time Most Games Played 9 Dave Cutler/Larry Highbaugh

*All-Time Most Games Won 7 Bill Stevenson

*All-Time Most Points 72 Dave Cutler

Most Points, One Game 21 Sean Fleming – Nov. 28,1993

*All-Time Most Touchdowns 5 Brian Kelly

*Most Touchdowns, One Game 3 Jackie Parker/Tommy Scott

All-Time Most Converts 16 Dave Cutler

*Most Converts, One Game 6 Dave Cutler – Nov. 23, 1980

*All-Time Most Field Goals 18 Dave Cutler

*Most Field Goals, One Game 6 Sean Fleming – Nov. 28, 1993

*Longest Field Goal 52 Dave Cutler – Nov. 23, 1975

All-Time Most Times Rushing 72 Normie Kwong

*Most Times Rushing, One Game 30 Normie Kwong – Nov. 26, 1955

– 145 yards

All-Time Most Yards Rushing 318 Normie Kwong

*Most Yards Rushing, One Game 171 Johnny Bright – Nov. 24, 1956

*All-Time Most Touchdowns Rushing 4 Johnny Bright/Normie Kwong/

Jim Germany

All-Time Most Receptions 26 Tom Scott

Most Receptions, One Game 12 Tom Scott – Nov. 23, 1980

– 174 yards

All-Time Most Yards On Receptions 400 Tom Scott

Most Yards On Receptions, One Game 174 Tom Scott – Nov. 23, 1980

– 12 receptions

*All-Time Most Touchdowns On Receptions 5 Brian Kelly

*Most Touchdowns On Receptions, One Game 3 Tom Scott – Nov. 23, 1980

All-Time Most Passes Thrown 123 Ricky Ray

All-Time Most Passes Completed 75 Ricky Ray

All-Time Most Yards Passing 994 Warren Moon

All-Time Most Touchdown Passes 6 Warren Moon/Ricky Ray

*Most Passes Intercepted, One Game 4 Bruce Lemmerman

– Nov. 27, 1977

*All-Time Most Interception Returns 4 Joe Hollimon

*Most Interception Returns, One Game 2 Garry Lefebvre/Joe Holliman

All-Time Most Yards On Interception Returns 43 Jackie Parker

*Longest Fumble Return 90 Jackie Parker – Nov. 27, 1954

– TD

All-Time Most All-Purpose Yards 659 Jackie Parker

Longest Punt 85 Garry Lefebvre – Nov. 25, 1973

All-Time Most Punt Returns 22 Greg Butler

All-Time Most Yards On Punt Returns 135 Greg Butler

*All-Time Most Kickoffs 31 Dave Cutler

Most Kickoffs, One Game 8 Jerry Kauric – Nov. 29, 1987

All-Time Most Yards On Kickoffs 1412 Dave Cutler

*Longest Kickoff 100 Dave Cutler – Nov. 28, 1982

All-Time Most Kickoff Returns 9 Tom Richards

All-Time Most Yards On Kickoff Returns 218 Henry Williams

*Longest Kickoff Return 96 Tony Tompkins – Nov. 27, 2005

*All-Time Missed Field-Goal Returns 2 Henry Williams

*Most Missed Field-Goal Returns, One Game 2 Henry Williams – Nov. 29, 1987

*All-Time Most Yards On Missed

Field-Goal Returns 143 Henry Williams

*Most Yards On Missed

Field-Goal Returns, One Game 143 Henry Williams – Nov. 29, 1987

*Longest Missed Field-Goal Return 115 Henry Williams – Nov. 29, 1987

– TD

All-Time Most Quarterback Sacks 3.5 Dave Fennell

Most Quarterback Sacks, One Game 2.5 Dave Fennell/James Parker

All-Time Most Defensive Tackles 15 Malcolm Frank

Most Defensive Tackles, One Game 8 Dan Bass – Nov. 29, 1987

Most Touchdown Passes, One Game 3 Warren Moon – Nov. 23, 1980

3 Danny McManus – Nov. 24, 1996

37


Playoff Records – Team

Since 1949

(GREY CUP GAMES NOT INCLUDED) * CFL RECORDS

Most Playoff Years Played 56

Most Playoff Games Played 101

*Most Consecutive Years in Playoffs 34 1972-2005

*Most Consecutive Playoff Games 16 1950-1953

*All-Time Most Wins 57

*Most Undefeated Seasons 19

*All-Time Most Points 2232

*Most Points Scored, One Game 68 vs. Wpg – Nov. 10, 1996

*Most Touchdowns, One Game 9 vs. Wpg – Nov. 10, 1996

Most Field Goals, One Game 6 3 Times

Most Touchdowns Rushing, One Game 3 3 Times

Most Touchdowns Passing, One Game 5 vs. Wpg – Nov. 10, 1996

Most First Downs, One Game 34 at Cal – Nov. 5, 1960

Most First Downs Rushing, One Game 22 vs. Sask – Nov. 8, 1958

Most First Downs Passing, One Game 21 vs. Sask – Nov. 9, 1997

Most Yards Total Offence, One Game 588 at Cal – Nov. 18, 1990

Most Yards Rushing, One Game 412 vs. Sask – Nov. 3, 1951

Most Yards Passing, One Game 441 at Cal Nov. 18, 1990

Most Times Rushed, One Game 59 vs. Wpg – Nov. 23, 1957

Most Pass Attempts, One Game 52 vs. Cgy – Nov. 18, 2001

Most Pass Completions, One Game 34 vs. Sask – Nov. 7, 2004

Most Interceptions, One Game 5 vs. B.C. – Nov. 4, 1959

5 vs. Sask – Nov. 16, 2014

Most Kickoff Return Yards, One Game 211 at Cal – Nov. 15, 2009

Most Punt Return Yards, One Game 165 vs. Wpg – Nov. 10, 1996

Most Quarterback Sacks, One Game 7 vs. Wpg – Nov. 10, 1996

7 vs. Sask – Nov. 16, 2014

Most Fumble Returns, One Game 4 at Wpg – Nov. 10, 1985

38


Playoff Records – Individual

Since 1949

(GREY CUP GAMES NOT INCLUDED) * CFL RECORDS

All-Time Most Points 204 Sean Fleming

Most Points, One Year 32 Tom Dixon – 1986

Most Points, One Game 21 Sean Fleming – Nov. 13, 2005

Most Touchdowns, One Year 4 Mike King – 1950

Most Touchdowns, One Game 3 Jackie Parker – Nov. 17, 1956/

Jim Sandusky – Nov. 10, 1996

*All-Time Most Field Goals 43 Sean Fleming

Most Field Goals, One Year 8 Tom Dixon – 1986 /

Sean Fleming – 2005

*Most Field Goals, One Game 6 Dave Cutler/Sean Fleming, twice

Longest Field Goal 53 Dave Cutler, twice

All-Time Most Converts 51 Sean Fleming

Most Converts, One Season 14 Wilbur Snyder – 1952

*Most Converts, One Game 9 Sean Fleming – Nov. 10, 1996

All-Time Most Carries Rushing 408 Normie Kwong

Most Carries Rushing, One Year 74 Johnny Bright – 1959

*Most Games Rushing 34 Normie Kwong

Most Years Rushing 10 Normie Kwong/Rollie Miles

Most Touchdowns, Rushing, One Year 4 Mike King – 1950

Most Touchdowns, Rushing, One Game 2 13 players

All-Time Most Yards Rushing

1967 Normie Kwong

Most Yards Rushing, One Game 152 Normie Kwong – Nov. 8, 1958

Longest Rushing Play 76 Rod Pantages – Nov. 8, 1952

Most Carries Rushing, One Game 23 King/Kwong/Bright

All-Time Most Touchdowns Receiving 11 Rollie Miles

Most Touchdowns, Receiving, One Game 3 Jackie Parker – Nov. 17, 1956/

Jim Sandusky – Nov. 10, 1996

*All-Time Most Yards Receiving 1241 Rollie Miles

*Most Yards Receiving, One Year 589 Rollin Prather – 1952

*Most Yards Receiving, One Game 270 Rollin Prather – Oct. 25, 1952

*All-Time Most 100-Yard Receiving Games 4 Rollie Miles/Brian Kelly

Longest Passing Play 98 Doug Allen – Nov. 23, 1986

*All-Time Most Receptions 70 Rollie Miles

*Most Receptions, One Year 33 Rollin Prather – 1952

*Most Receptions, One Game 15 Rollin Prather – Oct. 25, 1952

All-Time Games Catching Passes 23 Rollie Miles

All-Time Most Touchdown Passes 13 Jackie Parker

*Most Touchdown Passes, One Year 8 Claude Arnold – 1952

Most Touchdown Passes, One Game 4 Don Getty/Damon Allen/

Danny McManus

Most Passes Thrown, One Year 120 Claude Arnold – 1952

Most Passes Thrown, One Game 49 Ricky Ray - Nov. 15, 2008

Most Passes Completed, One Game 34 Jason Maas - Nov. 7, 2004

Most Passes Intercepted, One Year 10 Claude Arnold – 1953

Most Yards Passing, One Year 1074 Claude Arnold – 1952

Most Yards Passing, One Game 441 Tracy Ham – Nov. 18, 1990

*All-Time Most Punt Return Yards 777 Henry Williams

Most Punt Return Yards, One Year 220 Tristan Jackson – 2009

Most Punt Return Yards, One Game 151 Tristan Jackson – Nov. 15, 2008

*Longest Punt Return 103 Henry Williams – Nov. 15, 1992

*All-Time Most Punt Returns 93 Rollie Miles

*Most Punt Returns, One Year 29 Leigh McMillan – 1958

Most Punt Returns, One Game 11 Leigh McMillan – Nov. 11, 1958

All-Time Most Kickoff Return Yards 782 Rollie Miles

Most Kickoff Return Yards, One Year 197 Eric Blount – 1995

Most Kickoff Return Yards, One Game 176 Skylar Green – Nov. 15, 2009

Longest Kickoff Return 95 Cowboy Woodruff – Nov. 12, 1951

*All-Time Most Kickoff Returns 32 Rollie Miles

Most Kickoff Returns, One Year 9 Kendial Lawrence – 2014

*Most Kickoff Returns, One Game 7 Eric Blount – Nov. 12, 1995

All-Time Most Interceptions 9 Oscar Kruger

Most Interceptions, One Year 6 Oscar Kruger – 1959

Most Interceptions, One Game 3 Oscar Kruger – Nov. 4, 1959

Most Interception Return Yards, One Year 115 Glenn Rogers – 1996

Most Interception Return Yards, One Game 103 Glenn Rogers – Nov. 10, 1996

Longest Interception Return 65 Glenn Rogers – Nov. 10, 1996

All-Time Most Defensive Tackles 57 Larry Wruck

Most Defensive Tackles, One Year 15 Dan Bass – 1990

Most Defensive Tackles, One Game 11 Dan Bass – Nov. 11, 1990

Most Quarterback Sacks, One Game 3 Stewart Hill – Nov. 22, 1987/

Malvin Hunter – Nov.10, 1996

Most Fumble Returns, One Game 2 Frank Anderson – Nov. 8, 1952

Longest Fumble Return 77 Damaso Munoz – Nov. 13, 2011

Most Punting Yards, One Game 521 Rod Pantages – Oct. 22, 1952

Longest Punt 83 Paul Hickie – Nov. 13, 1983

Longest Missed Field Goal Return 59 Henry Williams – Nov. 22, 1987

Longest Kickoff 99 Dave Cutler – Nov. 14, 1976

39


Edmonton Eskimos in

the CFL Hall of Fame

Outstanding Player

Awards

MEMBER INDUCTED INDUCTION DATE

Darren Flutie Player September 14, 2007

Pierre Vercheval Player September 14, 2007

Henry “Gizmo” Williams Player September 2006

Matt Dunigan Player September 2006

Rod Connop Player October 1, 2005

Willie Pless Player October 1, 2005

Larry Highbaugh Player October 2, 2004

Ron Estay Player September 12, 2003

George McGowan Player September 12, 2003

Warren Moon Player September 21, 2001

James Parker Player September 21, 2001

Danny Bass Player September 29, 2000

Hugh Campbell Builder September 29, 2000

Tom Scott Player September 19, 1998

Dave Cutler Player September 19, 1998

Dan Kepley Player April 15, 1996

Brian Kelly Player May 11, 1991

Norm Kimball Builder May 11, 1991

Dave Fennell Player April 28, 1990

Eagle Keys Builder April 28, 1990

Tom Wilkinson Player May 2, 1987

Roger Nelson Player August 17, 1985

Bill Zock Player August 18, 1984

Frank Morris Player May 13, 1983

Eric Wilwyn (Eck) Duggan* Builder January 6, 1981

Rollie Miles Player May 24, 1980

Tommy Joe Coffey Player June 25, 1977

Annis Stukus Builder May 6, 1974

M.I. (Moe) Lieberman Builder May 16, 1973

Jackie Parker Player November 25, 1971

Johnny Bright Player November 26, 1970

Ken Montgomery Builder November 26, 1970

Normie Kwong Player November 28, 1969

OUTSTANDING PLAYER

1989 Tracy Ham

1983 Warren Moon

1974 Tom Wilkinson

1973 George McGowan

1960 Jackie Parker

1959 Johnny Bright

1958 Jackie Parker

1957 Jackie Parker

1953 Billy Vessels

OUTSTANDING CANADIAN

2011 Jerome Messam

2008 Kamau Peterson

1996 Leroy Blugh

1991 Blake Marshall

1979 Dave Fennell

1956 Normie Kwong

1955 Normie Kwong

OUTSTANDING DEFENSIVE PLAYER

2012 J.C. Sherritt

2002 Elfrid Payton

1997 Willie Pless

1996 Willie Pless

1995 Willie Pless

1994 Willie Pless

1992 Willie Pless

1989 Dan Bass

1982 James Parker

1981 Dan Kepley

1980 Dan Kepley

1978 Dave Fennell

1977 Dan Kepley

OUTSTANDING OFFENSIVE LINEMAN

1989 Rod Connop

1980 Mike Wilson

1979 Mike Wilson

1975 Charlie Turner

OUTSTANDING LINEMAN

(OLD CATEGORY)

1969 John LaGrone

1959 Roger Nelson

OUTSTANDING ROOKIE

2015 Derel Walker

2014 Dexter McCoil

1995 Shalon Baker

1979 Brian Kelly

40


CFL Regular Season Records

Held or Shared by Eskimo Teams

Most Consecutive Seasons, Above0.500 14 1984 to 1997

Most Consecutive Seasons, 0.500 or better 27 1972 to 1998

Most Consecutive Seasons, 10+ wins 13 1985 to 1997

Most Wins, Season 16 1989

Most Home Wins, Season 10 1989*

Most Points Scored, One Quarter 38 vs Mtl (2nd) Sept 26, 1981*

Most Points Scored, One Half,Both Teams 67 Edm 34 vs Wpg 33 (2nd) July 21, 2000

Most Points Scored, Losing Team 52 Edm 52 at Sask 54 OT Oct 28, 2000

Most Shutouts, Season 3 1955 & 1957*

Largest Comback, to 2nd Qtr 27 Was 2-29, Edm 37 at Cgy 36 Sept 28, 1975*

Most Touchdowns, Rushing, Season 46 1957

Most Touchdowns, Punt Returns, Season 5 1987, 1991 & 1994*

Most 1-Pt Converts Made, Game 9 vs Wpg Sept 15, 1995*

Most Singles, Season 33 1986*

Most Safety Touches Allowed, Season 14 2010

Most Yards Net Offence, Game, Both Teams 1248 BC 724 vs Edm 524 Oct. 12, 1991

Most First Downs by Pass, Game 30 Edm vs Ham Sept. 11, 1983

Most First Downs by Rush, Season 272 1995

Most Rushing Attempts, Season 738 1958

Most Rushing Attempts, Game 67 at Wpg Aug. 25, 1951

Most Yards, Rushing, Season 4345 1957

Highest Avg. Rushing per Game, Season 271.6 1957

Fewest Yards Net Off. Allowed, Season (18 gms) 4589 1989

Fewest Touchdowns Allowed, Season (18 gms) 28 1981

Most Blocked Kicks, Season 8 1986

Most Punt Return Yards, Game 269 vs Cgy Jun. 27, 1987

Highest Kick Return Avg., Season 28.1 1973

Must Unsuccessful FG Returns, Season (since 1986) 13 1998*

Highest Turnover Ratio (since 1967) +41 1981

Most QB Sacks Made, Game 13 at Tor Aug. 18, 1993

*Shared with other CFL teams

41


CFL Regular Season Records

Held or Shared by Eskimo Players

Most Touchdowns, Punt Returns, Career 26 Henry Williams - 1986 to 2000

Most Touchdowns, Punt Returns, Season 5 Henry Williams - 1991*

Most Touchdowns, Punt Returns, Game 2 Henry Williams - 3 times*

Most Touchdowns, Kickoff Returns, Season 2 Billy Vessels - 1953, Eric Blount - 1998,

2 Kendial Lawrence - 2014*

Most Touchdowns, Kick Returns, Career 31 Henry Williams - 1986 to 2000

Most 1-Pt Converts Made, Game 9 Sean Fleaming - vs Wpg Sept 15, 1995*

Most 2-Pt Converts Made, Game 2 Tyrone Walls - 1975

Most singles, Season 33 Tom Dixon - 1986

Most Rushing Yards, Career 16,425 Mike Pringle - 1992 to 2004**

Most Rushing Yards, First Year Player 1448 John Avery 2002

Most Rushing Yards QB, Career 11,920 Damon Allen - 1985 to 2007**

Most Rushing Yards QB, Season 109 Tracy Ham - 1990

Most Rushing Yards QB, Game 180 Nealon Greene - vs Sask July 16, 1999

Most Receptions, First Year Player 89 Derel Walker - 2015

Most 1000-Yard Seasons, Receiving Yards, Career 11 Terry Vaughn - 1991-2006**

Most 1000-Yard Seasons, Receiving Yards, Consecutive 11 Terry Vaughn - 1995-2005**

Most 200-Yard Receiving Yard Games, Career 6 Brian Kelly - 1979-1987

Most Yards from Scimmage, Career 20,255 Mike Pringle - 1992 to 2004**

Most Passing Completions, Season 479 Ricky Ray - 2005

Most Consecutive Pass Completions, Game 22 Jason Maas - vs Wpg Oct 4, 2008

Most Punt Returns, Career 1003 Henry Williams - 1986 to 2000

Most Punt Return Yards, Career 11,257 Henry Williams - 1986 to 2000

Most Punt Return Yards, Season 1440 Henry Williams - 1991

Most Punt Return Yards, Game 232 Henry Williams - vs Ott July 17, 1991

Longest Punt Return 116 Larry Highbaugh - vs Wpg Oct 26, 1975

Highest Punt Return Avergae, Season (min 30) 16.8 Larry Highbaugh - 1975

Most Kickoff Returns, Career 335 Henry Williams - 1986 to 2000

Most Kickoff Return Yards, Career 7354 Henry Williams - 1986 to 2000

Highest Kickoff Return Average, Career (min 100) 35.2 Larry Highbaugh - 1971 to 1983**

Highest Kickoff Return Average, Season (min 20) 40.1 Larry Highbaugh - 1976

Most Interception Return TD’s, Season 5 Malcolm Frank - 2004

Most Total Kick Reurn Yards, Career 20,227 Henry Williams - 1986-2000

Most Fumble Returns, Career 39 Willie Pless - 1986 to 1998**

Most Fumble Returns, Season 8 Willie Pless - 1992*

Most Defensive Tackles, Career 1207 Willie Pless - 1986 to 1998**

Most Blocked Kicks, Season 5 James Zachery - 1986

*Shared with other CFL players

**Career totals include other CFL teams

42


Edmonton Eskimos All-Time

CFL All-Star Selections

2015

2003

1994

1987

Tom Scott – SB

1973

Adarius Bowman – R

Derel Walker – R

Almondo Sewell – DT

John Ojo – CB

Aaron Grymes – DB

2014

John White – RB

Adarius Bowman – R

Simeon Rottier – G

Almondo Sewell – DT

Odell Willis – DE

Dexter McCoil – LB

Patrick Watkins – CB

2013

Fred Stamps – R

Almondo Sewell – DT

2012

Fred Stamps – R

J.C. Sherritt – LB

Joe Burnett – CB

2011

Jerome Messam – RB

Fred Stamps – R

2010

Chris Thompson – DB

2009

Fred Stamps – WR

2008

Jason Goss – DB

2006

Ricky Ray – QB

Jason Tucker – SB

2005

Jason Tucker – SB

2004

Sean Fleming – K

Malcolm Frank – DB

Jason Tucker – WR

Bruce Beaton – T

Donny Brady – DB

Ed Hervey – WR

Mike Pringle – RB

2002

John Avery – RB

Sean Fleming – K

Elfrid Payton – DE

Jason Tucker – WR

Terry Vaughn – SB

2001

Bruce Beaton – T

Ed Hervey – WR

Terry Ray – LB

Terry Vaughn – SB

2000

Bruce Beaton – T

Terry Ray – LB

1999

Leo Groenewegen – G

1998

Willie Pless – LB

1997

Darren Flutie – SB

Willie Pless – LB

Kavis Reed – CB

Glenn Rogers – DHB

1996

Eddie Brown – WR

Trent Brown – S

Darren Flutie – SB

Bennie Goods – DT

Leo Groenewegen – OG

Malvin Hunter – DE

Willie Pless – LB

Glenn Rogers – DHB

1995

Bennie Goods – DT

Willie Pless – LB

Glenn Rogers, Jr. – DHB

Bennie Goods – DT

Robert Holland – DHB

Willie Pless – LB

Henry Williams – ST

1993

Willie Pless – LB

Henry Williams – ST

Don Wilson – DHB

1992

Rod Connop – C

Blake Marshall – FB

Willie Pless – LB

Jim Sandusky – WR

Pierre Vercheval – OG

Henry Williams – ST

1991

Rod Connop – C

Blake Marshall – FB

Willie Pless – LB

Brett Williams – DT

Henry Williams – ST

1990

Danny Bass – LB

Rod Connop – C

Craig Ellis – SB

Stewart Hill – LB

Blake Marshall – FB

1989

Danny Bass – LB

Stanley Blair – CB

Rod Connop – C

Craig Ellis – SB

Tracy Ham – QB

Stewart Hill – DE

Tony Hunter – ST

Enis Jackson – DHB

Reggie Taylor – RB

Don Wilson – DHB

1988

Danny Bass – LB

Stanley Blair – CB

Brett Williams – DT

Rod Connop – C

Brian Kelly – WR

Henry Williams – ST

1986

Danny Bass – LB

Leo Blanchard – OG

Rudy Phillips – OT

1985

Matt Dunigan – QB

1984

Laurent DesLauriers – S

Stewart Hill – LB

Brian Kelly – WR

1983

Leo Blanchard – OG

Brian Kelly – WR

Warren Moon – QB

Tom Scott – SB

1982

Tom Scott – SB

James Parker – LB

1981

David Boone – DE

Dave Fennell – DT

Jim Germany – RB

Hank Ilesic – P

Ed Jones – DHB

Brian Kelly – WR

Dan Kepley – LB

James Parker – LB

Hector Pothier – OT

Bill Stevenson – OT

1980

Greg Butler – DHB

Ron Estay – DE

Dave Fennell – DT

Hank Ilesic – P

Ed Jones – DHB

Brian Kelly – WR

Dan Kepley – LB

Dale Potter – LB

Mike Wilson – OT

1979

Greg Butler – DHB

Dave Fennell – DT

Hank Ilesic – P

Ed Jones – DHB

Brian Kelly – WR

Dan Kepley – LB

Waddell Smith – WR

Tom Wilkinson – QB

Mike Wilson – OT

1978

Greg Butler – DHB

Dave Cutler – K

Dave Fennell – DT

Joe Hollimon – CB

Hank Ilesic – P

Dan Kepley – LB

Tom Scott – SB

Bill Stevenson – OG

Tom Wilkinson – QB

1977

Dave Cutler – K

Ron Estay – DE

Dave Fennell – DT

Larry Highbaugh – CB

Dan Kepley – LB

Pete Lavorato – S

1976

George McGowan – WR

1975

Willie Martin – OG

George McGowan – WR

Charlie Turner – OT

1974

Roy Bell – RB

Larry Highbaugh – CB

Charlie Turner – OT

Larry Watkins – OT

Tom Wilkinson – QB

Roy Bell – RB

Larry Highbaugh – CB

George McGowan – WR

Charlie Turner – OT

1972

Dave Gasser – LB

1971

Dick Dupuis – DHB

1970

Greg Pipes – DT

John Wydareny –DB

1969

John LaGrone – DT

John Wydareny – DB

1968

John LaGrone – DT

1967

E.A. Sims – DE

Jim Thomas – RB

1966

Tommy Joe Coffey – WR

Jim Thomas – RB

E.A. Sims – DE

1965

Tommy Joe Coffey – WR

1964

Tommy Joe Coffey – WR

1962

Tommy Joe Coffey – WR

43


Edmonton Eskimos All-Time

Western/Northern All-Star Selections

2015

2008

2000

Michael Soles - FB

1989

Stewart Hill - LB

Adarius Bowman - R

Derel Walker - R

Almondo Sewell - DT

Dexter McCoil - LB

John Ojo - CB

Aaron Grymes - DB

2014

Mike Reilly - QB

John White - RB

Adarius Bowman - R

Simeon Rottier - G

Almondo Sewell - DT

Odell Willis - DE

Dexter McCoil - LB

Patrick Watkins - CB

Deon Lacey - ST

2013

Fred Stamps - R

Almondo Sewell - DT

2012

Fred Stamps - R

Ted Laurent - DT

Almondo Sewell - DT

J.C. Sherritt - LB

Joe Burnett - CB

Donovan Alexander - S

2011

Jerome Messam - RB

Fred Stamps - R

Greg Wojt - G

Marcus Howard - DE

Rod Davis - LB

Rod Williams - CB

2010

Chris Thompson - DB

Fred Stamps - WR

2009

Dario Romero - DL

Fred Stamps - WR

Calvin Armstrong - T

Jason Goss - DB

Dario Romero - DL

Kamau Peterson - WR

Patrick Kabongo - G

2006

Ricky Ray - QB

Jason Tucker - SB

Don Comiskey - G

2005

Donny Brady - DB

Malcolm Frank - DB

Jason Tucker - SB

2004

Sean Fleming - K/P

Malcolm Frank - DB

Jason Tucker - WR

2003

Bruce Beaton - T

Donny Brady - DHB

Don Comiskey - G

Sean Fleming - P

Shannon Garrett - DHB

Ed Hervey - WR

Mike Pringle - RB

Terry Vaughn - SB

2002

John Avery - RB

Bruce Beaton - T

Sean Fleming - K/P

Elfrid Payton - DE

Jason Tucker - WR

Terry Vaughn- SB

2001

Bruce Beaton - T

Sean Fleming - K/P

Shannon Garrett - DHB

Ed Hervey - WR

Jason Maas - QB

Doug Petersen - DT

Terry Ray - LB

Terry Vaughn - SB

Bruce Beaton - T

Leo Groenewegen - C

Terry Ray - LB

Ralph Staten - DHB

Terry Vaughn - SB

1999

Leo Groenewegen -G

Doug Petersen - DT

Terry Ray - LB

Val St. Germain - G

Terry Vaughn - SB

1998

Bruce Beaton - G

Leroy Blugh - DE

Malvin Hunter - DE

Willie Pless - LB

1997

Trent Brown - S

Darren Flutie - SB

Bennie Goods - DT

Leo Groenewegen - G

Malvin Hunter - DE

Willie Pless - LB

Thomas Rayam - OT

Kavis Reed - CB

Glenn Rogers - DHB

Henry Williams - ST

1996

Leroy Blugh - DE

Eddie Brown - WR

Trent Brown - S

Rod Connop - C

Darren Flutie - SB

Bennie Goods - DT

Leo Groenewegen - G

Malvin Hunter - DE

Willie Pless - LB

Glenn Rogers - DHB

1995

Rod Connop - C

Bennie Goods - DT

Willie Pless - LB

Glenn Rogers - DHB

1994

Blake Dermott - OT

Bennie Goods - DT

Robert Holland - DHB

Willie Pless - LB

Henry Williams - ST

1993

Bennie Goods - DE

Glenn Harper - P

Willie Pless - LB

Glenn Rogers Jr. - DHB

Henry Williams - ST

Don Wilson - DHB

1992

Rod Connop - C

Blake Marshall - FB

Willie Pless - LB

Jim Sandusky - WR

Pierre Vercheval - G

Henry Williams - ST

1991

Rod Connop - C

Enis Jackson - DHB

Blake Marshall - FB

Willie Pless - LB

Jim Sandusky - WR

Eddie Thomas - CB

Brett Williams - DT

Henry Williams - ST

1990

Danny Bass - MLB

Rod Connop- C

Blake Dermott - OT

Craig Ellis - SB

Andre Francis - CB

Tracy Ham - QB

Stewart Hill – DE

Enis Jackson - DHB

Reggie Taylor - RB

Brett Williams - DT

Larry Wruck - OLB

Danny Bass - MLB

Stanley Blair - CB

Rod Connop - C

Blake Dermott - OT

Craig Ellis - SB

Andre Francis - CB

Tracy Ham - QB

Stewart Hill - DE

Tony Hunter - ST

Enis Jackson - DHB

Hector Pothier - OT

Reggie Taylor - RB

Brett Williams - DT

Don Wilson - DHB

Larry Wruck - LB

1988

Danny Bass - MLB

Jerry Kauric - P

Hector Pothier - OT

Brett Williams - DT

Henry Williams - ST

Don Wilson - S

1987

Danny Bass - MLB

Rod Connop - C

Brian Kelly - WR

Hector Pothier - OT

Henry Williams - ST

1986

Danny Bass - LB

Leo Blanchard - G

Tom Dixon – K/P

Stewart Hill - DE

Rudy Phillips - OT

1985

Danny Bass - MLB

Leo Blanchard - G

Tom Dixon - P

Matt Dunigan - QB

1984

Leo Blanchard - G

Laurent DesLauriers - DB

Brian Kelly - WR

1983

Leo Blanchard - G

Brian Kelly - WR

Warren Moon - QB

James Parker - LB

Tom Scott - SB

1982

Leo Blanchard - G

Joe Hollimon - DB

James Parker - LB

Tom Scott - SB

1981

David Boone - DE

Dave Fennell - DT

Jim Germany - RB

Hank Ilesic - P

Ed Jones - DHB

Brian Kelly - WR

Dan Kepley - MLB

James Parker - LB

Hector Pothier - OT

Bill Stevenson - OT

1980

Greg Butler - DHB

Dave Cutler - K

Ron Estay - DE

Dave Fennell - DT

Hank Ilesic - P

Ed Jones - DHB

Brian Kelly - WR

Dan Kepley - MLB

Dale Potter - LB

Tom Scott - SB

Tom Towns - LB

Mike Wilson - OT

1979

David Boone - DE

Greg Butler - DHB

Dave Fennell - DT

Jim Germany - RB

Hank Ilesic - P

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Ed Jones - DHB

1975

1970

Mike Kmech - G

1956

Mario DeMarco - G

Brian Kelly - WR

Dan Kepley - MLB

Waddell Smith - WR

Bill Stevenson - G

Tom Towns - LB

Eric Upton - G

Tom Wilkinson - QB

Mike Wilson - OT

1978

Greg Butler - DHB

Dave Cutler - K

Ron Estay - DE

Dave Fennell - DE

Joe Hollimon - DHB

Hank Ilesic - P

Ed Jones - DHB

Dan Kepley - MLB

Tom Scott - SB

Bill Stevenson - G

Tom Towns - LB

Tom Wilkinson - QB

1977

David Boone –DE

Dave Cutler - K

Ron Estay - DE

Dave Fennell - DT

Larry Highbaugh - DHB

Dan Kepley - MLB

Pete Lavorato - DHB

Charlie Turner - OT

1976

Joe Hollimon - DHB

George McGowan - WR

Larry Highbaugh - DHB

Willie Martin - G

George McGowan - WR

Charlie Turner - OT

Tyrone Walls - TE

1974

Roy Bell - RB

Larry Highbaugh - DHB

Charlie Turner – OT

Tyrone Walls - TE

Larry Watkins - OT

Tom Wilkinson - QB

1973

Roy Bell - RB

Sam Britts - LB

Ron Estay - DE

Larry Highbaugh - DHB

Bob Howes - C

John LaGrone - DT

George McGowan - WR

Charlie Turner - OT

1972

Dick Dupuis - DHB

Dave Gasser - LB

John LaGrone – DT

Charlie Turner - OT

Tyrone Walls - TE

Larry Watkins - G

1971

Dick Dupuis - DHB

Dave Gasser - LB

John LaGrone - DT

Mike Eben - F

Ron Forwick - DE

Dave Gasser - LB

Joe Hernandez - DHB

Greg Pipes - DT

John Wydareny - DHB

1969

John LaGrone - DT

John Wydareny - DHB

1968

John LaGrone - DT

1967

Joe Hernandez - DHB

John LaGrone - DT

Jim Thomas - RB

John Wydareny - DHB

1966

Bill Redell - DHB

E.A. Sims - DE

Jim Thomas - RB

1965

Tommy Joe Coffey - OE

E.A. Sims - DE

Jim Thomas - RB

1964

Tommy Joe Coffey - OE

1962

Tommy Joe Coffey - OE

Oscar Kruger - DHB

1961

Johnny Bright - FB

scar Kruger - DHB

Jackie Parker - QB

1960

Johnny Bright - FB

Ed Gray - DE

Roger Nelson - OT

Jackie Parker - QB

Bill Smith - DHB

1959

Johnny Bright - FB

Al Ecuyer - MLB

Ed Gray - DE

Rollie Miles - LB

Roger Nelson - OT

Jackie Parker - OHB

Art Walker - DT

1958

Johnny Bright - FB

Oscar Kruger - S

Rollie Miles - LB

Roger Nelson - OT

Jackie Parker - QB

Ted Tully - LB

Art Walker - DE

1957

Frank Anderson - DE

Johnny Bright - FB

Oscar Kruger - S

Roger Nelson - OT

Jackie Parker - OHB

Ted Tully - LB

Art Walker - MG

Frank Anderson - DE

Normie Kwong - FB

Earl Lindley - LB

Rollie Miles - DHB

Jackie Parker - QB

Ted Tully - LB

1955

Frank Anderson - DT

Rupe Andrews - S

Kurt Burris - LB/C

Normie Kwong - FB

Dale Meinert – OT/DT

Rollie Miles - DHB

Jackie Parker - QB

Ted Tully - LB

Art Walker - G

1954

Frank Anderson - DE

Eagle Keys - C

Rollie Miles - OHB/DHB

Jackie Parker - OHB

1953

Frank Anderson - DE

Claude Arnold - QB

Eagle Keys - C

Normie Kwong - OHB

Leon Manley – OT

Rollie Miles - OHB

Jim Quandamatteo - G

Billy Vessels - OHB

Ray Willsey - DHB

1952

Joe Aguirre - E

Claude Arnold - QB

Frank Filchock - QB

Eagle Keys - C

Normie Kwong - OHB

Rollie Miles - HB

Rollin Prather - OE

1951

Mario DeMarco - G

Mike King - FB

Normie Kwong - OHB

Rollie Miles - HB

Bob Paffrath – FW

Rollin Prather - OE

Jim Quandamatteo - G

Chuck Quilter - T

1950

Morris Bailey - E

Lindy Berry - QB

Don Durno - T

Mike King - FB

Bob Paffrath - HB

Rollin Prather - OE

Jim Quandamatteo - G

1949

Chuck Fenenboch - HB

(Edmonton had no team

from 1940 through 1948)

1939

Gordon Gelhaye - T

Russ Wile - OG

1938

Eddie O’Brien - E

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Western/Northern

Division Awards

JEFF NICKLIN TROPHY

Most Valuable Player

1990 Craig Ellis

1989 Tracy Ham

1987 Brian Kelly

1983 Warren Moon

1982 Tommy Scott

1979 Waddell Smith

1978 Tom Wilkinson

1974 Tom Wilkinson

1973 George McGowan

1961 Jackie Parker

1960 Jackie Parker

1959 Jackie Parker

1958 Jackie Parker

1957 Jackie Parker

1956 Jackie Parker

1954 Jackie Parker

NORM FIELDGATE

TROPHY

Outstanding Defensive Player

2012 J.C. Sherritt

2002 Elfrid Payton

2000 Terry Ray

1997 Willie Pless

1996 Willie Pless

1995 Willie Pless

1994 Willie Pless

1992 Willie Pless

1990 Stewart Hill

1989 Danny Bass

1988 Danny Bass

1982 James Parker

1981 Dan Kepley

1980 Dan Kepley

1978 Dave Fennell

1977 Dan Kepley

DeMARCO-BECKET

TROPHY

Outstanding Offensive

Lineman

2002 Bruce Beaton

1989 Rod Connop

1980 Mike Wilson

1979 Mike Wilson

1975 Charlie Turner

*1970 Greg Pipes

*1967 John LaGrone

*1959 Art Walker

*1957 Art Walker

* Awarded to the outstanding lineman

prior to 1974

JACKIE PARKER

TROPHY

Outstanding Rookie

2015 Derel Walker

2014 Dexter McCoil

2011 J.C. Sherritt

1995 Shalon Baker

1987 Stanley Blair

1984 Stewart Hill

1979 Brian Kelly

DR. BEATTIE MARTIN

TROPHY

Outstanding Canadian

2011 Jerome Messam

2008 Kamau Peterson

1996 Leroy Blugh

1994 Larry Wruck

1991 Blake Marshall

1980 Dave Fennell

1979 Dave Fennell

*1966 Garry Lefebvre

*1965 Ron Forwick

*1962 Ted Frechette

*1957 Mike Lashuk

1956 Normie Kwong

1955 Normie Kwong

*1951 Jim Chambers

* Presented to the outstanding

Canadian rookie prior to 1971

EDDIE JAMES TROPHY

Leading Rusher

2002 John Avery (1448 yards)

1993 Damon Allen (920 yards)

1990 Tracy Ham (1,096 yards)

1989 Reggie Taylor (1,503 yards)

1979 Jim Germany (1,324 yards)

1973 Roy Bell (1,455 yards)

1959 Johnny Bright (1,340 yards)

1958 Johnny Bright (1,722 yards)

1957 Johnny Bright (1,679 yards)

1956 Normie Kwong (1,437 yards)

1955 Normie Kwong (1,250 yards)

1953 Billy Vessels (926 yards)

1951 Normie Kwong (933 yards)

DAVE DRYBURGH

MEMORIAL TROPHY

Leading Scorer

2004 Sean Fleming (180 points)

2001 Sean Fleming (183 points)

1997 Sean Fleming (187 points)

1994 Sean Fleming (206 points)

1989 Jerry Kauric (224 points)

1986 Tom Dixon (190 points)

1982 Dave Cutler (170 points)

1980 Dave Cutler (158 points)

1978 Dave Cutler (167 points)

1977 Dave Cutler (195 points)

1975 Dave Cutler (169 points)

1974 Dave Cutler (144 points)

1973 Dave Cutler (133 points)

1972 Dave Cutler (126 points)

1962 Tommy Joe Coffey (129

points)

1961 Jackie Parker (104 points)

1959 Jackie Parker (109 points)

ANNIS STUKUS

TROPHY

CFL Coach of the Year

2003 Tom Higgins

1996 Ron Lancaster

1979 Hugh Campbell

1970 Ray Jauch

Photo Credits: All photos in the Edmonton Eskimos Record Book come from the City of Edmonton Archives

p. 1 EA-780-102, p. 2 EA-780-33, p. 27 EA-780-123, p. 29 EA-780-18, p. 31 EA-780-10, p. 34 EA-780-69,

p. 35 EA-780-166, p. 38 EA-780-136, p. 47 EA-780-169

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Commonwealth Stadium

Cost

$20.9 Million

Original capacity

42,500

Original surface

natural grass

1978

Opening Ceremonies, August 3

for Commonwealth Games

First Eskimo home game,

August 30 vs BC

1983

World Universiade Games

Capacity expanded to 60,081

2001

World Championships in Athletics

Renovations cost $22.17 Million

2009 – 12

Construction of the Commonwealth

Community Recreation Centre, Field

House, Eskimos Locker Room, team

ofices and Eskimos Team Store.

Total cost $110 Million. The Eskimos

contributed $7.5 Million to the building

the Field House that oficially opened to

the public on March 28, 2012.

2010

Grass surface replaced with ield turf at

a cost of $2.6 Million

2013

Seat replacement project completed.

Capacity reduced to 56,136 to

accommodate the wider seats with

individual cup holders.

LED signage installed on the east

sideline replacing A-frame signage.

2014

Video board and sound system replaced.

Renovated visitor and oficial’s locker

rooms.

Field remediation project squared off

previously round endzones.

Track surrounding playing ield painted

green.

2015

FIFA Women’s World Cup

Installation of free TELUS Wi-Fi

Digital menu boards installed

throughout concourse

Southend stats board installed

2016

Eskimos Wall of Honour relocated

to ield level. LED ribbon installed in

upper deck.

Capacity & Crowds

Capacity

56,136

Largest Regular

Season Crowd

62,517 (largest crowd for a CFL regular

season game September 26, 2009,

Saskatchewan 23 vs Edmonton 20

Largest Playoff Crowd

52,709*, November 15, 1981,

Edmonton 22 vs BC 16

(*stadium capacity was 52,709)

Largest Grey Cup Crowd

63,317, November 24, 2010,

Montreal 21 vs Saskatchewan 18

Grey Cups at

Commonwealth Stadium

1984, 1997, 2002, 2010

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Epic Legacies of the Edmonton Eskimos.

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