Canadian Football Hall of Fame


Canadian Football Hall of Fame

The Canadian Football Hall of Fame is a not-for-profit corporation located in Hamilton, Ontario that celebrates great achievements in Canadian football. It is an open to the public institution. It includes displays about the Canadian Football League, Canadian university football and Canadian junior football history. It includes a gift shop and the Hall recently opened a website. The main feature of the Hall is the central portion of the museum where inducted members, each with a metal bust depicting their head, are displayed. There are also featured displays that highlight each Canadian Football League team's history, and an interactive field goal kicking exhibit.

Once during every CFL season, the Hall sponsors the induction ceremony of former players. Included in the "Hall of Fame Weekend" is an affiliated Hamilton Tiger-Cats game. Traditionally, the inducted players will come to the Hall and make an acceptance speech in front of the building where their newly sculpted bust is unveiled. A player must be retired from the game for at least five years before being eligible for consideration. A Hall of Fame voting committee is composed of sports writers, selected CFL executives and inducted members. [TSN website. http://www.tsn.ca/cfl/feature/?fid=10828 Retrieved 7 Jan 2007.]

The Canadian Hall of Fame officially opened on November 28 1972. It is located in downtown Hamilton, beside the former Hamilton City Hall and Family Courts Building, which is inside the former Andrew Carnegie library on Main Street, between Bay Street and MacNab Street.

The Canadian Hall of Fame is easily identified by the slightly-larger-than-life metal sculpture "Touchdown", featuring a successful receiver being tackled. Currently, the Canadian Football Hall of Fame has honoured over two hundred inductees: sixty-two in the Builders category and one hundred and forty-seven players. [Canadian Football Hall of Fame website. Available online at http://www.footballhof.com/. Retrieved 7 Jan 2007.] Charter membership to the Hall began on June 19 1963.

The Canadian Football Hall of Fame is open from Tuesday to Saturday from 9:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Admission is seven dollars for adults. During many months the Grey Cup is displayed in the Hall's foyer. During each Hamilton Tiger-Cats home game the Hall extends hours until game time, though Ivor Wynne Stadium is several kilometres east of downtown Hamilton. [Canadian Football Hall of Fame website. Available online at http://www.footballhof.com/.]

Canadian Football Hall of Famers

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A

* Bob Ackles – "builder", 2002 (British Columbia Lions as general manager 1975-86, president 2002-2008, and other duties since 1954).*
* Junior Ah You – "player" (DE), 1997 (Montreal Alouettes 1972-81).
* Roger Aldag – "player" (C/OG), 2002 (Saskatchewan Roughriders 1976-91).
* Ron Atchison – "player" (C/MG/DT), 1978 (Saskatchewan Roughriders 1952-68).

B

* Len Back – "builder", 1971 (Hamilton Tigers as manager 1928-40, 1945-49; Hamilton Flying Wildcats as manager 1941-43; Hamilton Tiger-Cats as manager 1950-80).*
* Byron Bailey – "player" (FB/DB), 1975 (British Columbia Lions 1954-64).*
* R. Harold Bailey – "builder", 1965 (ORFU president 1941; CRU president 1942-45).*
* Bill Baker – "player" (DE), 1994 (Saskatchewan Roughriders 1968-73, 1977-78; British Columbia Lions 1974-76).
* Harold Ballard – "builder", 1987 (Hamilton Tiger-Cats as owner and president 1978-89).*
* Donald Barker – "builder", 1999 (for his role in developing league officiating since the 1960s).
* John Barrow – "player" (OT/DT), 1976 (Hamilton Tiger-Cats 1957-70; Toronto Argonauts as General Manager 1971-75).
* Danny Bass – "player" (LB), 2000 (Toronto Argonauts 1980; Calgary Stampeders 1981-83; Edmonton Eskimos 1984-91).
* Harry Batstone – "player" (HB), 1963 (Toronto Argonauts 1919-21; Queen's University 1922-28, later as coach 1929-31). *
* Greg Battle - "player" (LB), 2007 (Winnipeg Blue Bombers 1987-93/1997-98; Las Vegas Posse/Ottawa Rough Riders 1994; Memphis Mad Dogs 1995; Saskatchewan Roughriders 1996).
* Ormond Beach – "player" (LB), 1963 (Sarnia Imperials 1934-37).*
* Al Benecick – "player" (OG/OT), 1996 (Saskatchewan Roughriders 1959-68; Edmonton Eskimos 1969).
* Paul Bennett – "player" (DB), 2002 (Toronto Argonauts 1977-79; Winnipeg Blue Bombers 1980-83; Hamilton Tiger-Cats 1985-87).
* Sam Berger – "builder", 1993 (Ottawa Rough Riders as director, president, a part owner 1930s-1969; Montreal Alouettes as owner and president 1969-81; Canadian Football League president 1964, 1971).*
* John Bonk – "player" (C), 2008 (Hamilton Tiger-Cats 1972-73; Winnipeg Blue Bombers 1973-1985).
* Ab Box – "player" (HB/P), 1965 (Toronto Balmy Beach Beachers 1930-31, 1935-38; Toronto Argonauts 1932-34).*
* Joe Breen – "player", 1963 (University of Toronto 1914-15, 1919-20; Toronto Parkdale Canoe Club 1921-23; Toronto Argonauts 1924-25); University of Western Ontario 1929-34 as coach.*
* Johnny Bright – "player" (RB), 1970 (Calgary Stampeders 1952-54; Edmonton Eskimos 1954-64).*
* Dieter Brock – "player" (QB), 1995 (Winnipeg Blue Bombers 1974-83; Hamilton Tiger-Cats 1983-84).
* Tom Brook – "builder", 1975 (Calgary Stampeders as club organizer and president 1948-51, director 1956-58.*
* Less Browne – "player" (DB), 2002 (Hamilton Tiger-Cats 1984-88 ;Winnipeg Blue Bombers 1989-91 ; Ottawa Rough Riders 1992; British Columbia Lions 1993-94).
* D. Wes Brown – "builder", 1963 (Ottawa Rough Riders 40-year executive beginning in 1936, holding the roles of director, treasurer, secretary, and other duties).*
* Tom Brown – "player" (LB/MG), 1984 (British Columbia Lions 1961-67).
* Willie Burden – "player" (RB), 2001 (Calgary Stampeders 1974-81).

C

* Hugh Campbell – "builder", 2000 (Saskatchewan Roughriders as player 1963-68, 1969; Edmonton Eskimos as head coach 1977-82, General manager 1986-97, president and CEO 1998-2006).
* Jerry Campbell – "player" (LB), 1996 (Calgary Stampeders 1966-68, 1976; Ottawa Rough Riders 1968-75).
* Tom Casey – "player" (RB), 1964 (Hamilton Wildcats 1949; Winnipeg Blue Bombers 1950-54, 1956).
* Ken Charlton – "player" (RB/FW), 1992 (Saskatchewan Roughriders 1941, 1948-54; Winnipeg RCAF Bombers 1942; Regina All-Services Roughriders 1943; Ottawa Rough Riders 1945-47).
* Arthur Chipman – "builder", 1969 (Winnipeg Blue Bombers as president 1944-48; WIFU president 1949 and CRU president 1952).
* Frank Clair – "builder", 1981 (Toronto Argonauts as head coach 1950-54; Ottawa Rough Riders as head coach 1956-69, general manager 1970-78).*
* Bill Clarke – "player" (OT/DT), 1996 (Saskatchewan Roughriders 1951-64).
* Tom Clements – "player" (QB), 1994 (Ottawa Rough Riders 1975-78; Saskatchewan Roughriders 1979; Hamilton Tiger-Cats 1979, 1981-83 ;Winnipeg Blue Bombers 1983-87).
* Mike "Pinball" Clemons – "player" (RB/KR), 2008 (Toronto Argonauts 1989-2000).
* Tommy Joe Coffey – "player" (WR/K), 1977 (Edmonton Eskimos 1959-60, 1962-66; Hamilton Tiger-Cats 1967-72; Toronto Argonauts 1973).
* Lionel Conacher – "player" (K/R), 1963 (Torontos(ORFU) 1920; Toronto Argonauts 1921-22; Toronto Crosse & Blackwell Chefs 1934).*
* Rod Connop – "player" (OL), 2005 (Edmonton Eskimos 1982-97).
* Ralph Cooper – "builder", 1992. (Hamilton Tiger-Cats organized the Hamilton merger in 1950, and as president 1950-52; various other roles within the league until 1970s).*
* Royal Copeland – "player" (HB/DB), 1988 (HMCS York Navy 1944; Toronto Argonauts 1945-49, 1952-56; Calgary Stampeders 1950-51).
* Jim Corrigall – "player" (DE), 1990 (Toronto Argonauts 1970-81).
* Bruce Coulter – "builder", 1997 ((McGill University as head coach 1958-61; various directorialships/presidencies with Canadian university sports.
* Grover Covington – "player" (DE), 2000 (Hamilton Tiger-Cats 1981-91).
* Ernie Cox – "player" (C), 1963 (Hamilton Tigers 1921-31).*
* Ross Craig – "player" (RB), 1964 (Hamilton Alerts 1911-12; Hamilton Tigers 1913-15, 1919-20).*
* Hec Crighton – "builder", 1985 (served on CRU rules committee in 1947; instrumental in creation of university championship game).*
* Carl Cronin – "player" (QB/LB/K), 1967 (Winnipeg 'Pegs 1932-33; Calgary Bronks 1935-39 as coach).*
* Andrew Currie – "builder", 1974 (officiating and rules committee 1935-70).*
* Gord Currie – "builder", 2005 (amateur football coach, notably with the Regina Rams 1965-76).
* Bernie Custis – "builder", 1998 (amateur and college football coach 1958-88, notably with McMaster in the 1980s).
* Dave Cutler – "player" (K), 1998 (Edmonton Eskimos 1969-84).
* Wes Cutler – "player" (T/E/R), 1968 (University of Toronto 1931-32; Toronto Argonauts 1933-38).*

D

* Peter Dalla Riva – "player" (TE), 1993 (Montreal Alouettes 1968-71).
* Andrew P. Davies – "builder", 1969 (Ottawa Rough Riders as player/coach 1920s, executive officer, and team physician until 1948).*
* John DeGruchy – "builder", 1963 (president of the CRU 1925, 1930, 1935; president of the ORFU for 25 years).*
* Rocky DiPietro – "player" (SB/WR), 1997 (Hamilton Tiger-Cats 1978-91).
* George Dixon – "player" (RB), 1974 (Montreal Alouettes 1959-65).*
* Paul Dojack – "builder", 1978 (30-years of officiating in the west; officiating supervisor in 1971-72).
* Eck Duggan – "builder", 1981 (Calgary Bronks as player 1936; Edmonton Eskimos player 1927-32, executive 1949-60).*
* Seppi DuMoulin – "builder", 1963 (Hamilton Tigers as player 1894-1906 and later as team president; Winnipeg Blue Bombers honorary coach 1919; later president of WCRFU, ORFU, and IRFU; instrumental in development of football in west during 1900-1920).*
* Matt Dunigan – "player" (QB), 2006 (Edmonton Eskimos 1983-87; British Columbia Lions 1988-89; Toronto Argonauts 1990-91; Winnipeg Blue Bombers 1992-94; Birmingham Barracudas 1995; Hamilton Tiger-Cats 1996; Calgary Stampeders 2004 as coach/GM).

E

* Ray Elgaard – "player" (SB), 2002 (Saskatchewan Roughriders 1983-96).
* Abe Eliowitz – "player" (QB/P), 1969 (Ottawa Rough Riders 1933-35; Montreal Indians 1936-37).*
* Eddie Emerson – "player" (C/FB/LB), 1963 (Ottawa Rough Riders 1912-15, 1919-35, 1937, as team president 1930-31, 1947-51).*
* Ron Estay – "player" (DE), 2003 (British Columbia Lions 1972-73; Edmonton Eskimos 1973-82).
* Sam Etcheverry – "player" (QB), 1969 (Montreal Alouettes 1952-60).
* Terry Evanshen – "player" (WR), 1984 (Montreal Alouettes 1965, 1970-73; Calgary Stampeders 1966-69; Hamilton Tiger-Cats 1974-77; Toronto Argonauts 1978).

F

* Bernie Faloney – "player" (QB), 1974 (Edmonton Eskimos 1954; Hamilton Tiger-Cats 1957-64; Montreal Alouettes 1965-66; British Columbia Lions 1967).*
* Cap Fear – "player" (OW), 1967 (Toronto Argonauts 1919-25; Montreal AAA Winged Wheelers 1927; Hamilton Tigers 1928-32).*
* Dave Fennell – "player" (DT), 1990 (Edmonton Eskimos 1974-83).
* Johnny Ferraro – "player" (P/K/QB/FB), 1966 (Hamilton Tigers 1934-35; Montreal Indians 1936-37, 1940; Montreal Nationals (ORFU 1938-39;
* Norm Fieldgate – "player" (DE/OE/LB/DB), 1979 (British Columbia Lions 1954-67).
* Willie Fleming – "player" (RB), 1982 (British Columbia Lions 1959-66).
* Darren Flutie - "player" (WR), 2007 (British Columbia Lions 1991-96; Edmonton Eskimos 1996-97; Hamilton Tiger-Cats 1998-2002).
* Doug Flutie - "player" (QB), 2008 (British Columbia Lions 1990-91; Calgary Stampeders 1992-95; Toronto Argonauts 1996-1997).
* Sidney Forster – "builder", 2001 (instrumental in amateur football, notably the Northern Ontario Conference as coach and president).*
* William C. Foulds – "builder", 1963 (University of Toronto as player 1908-10; Toronto Argonauts as head coach 1911, 1914-15; various positions in CRU.*
* Bill Frank – "player" (OT/DT), 2001 (British Columbia Lions 1962-64; Toronto Argonauts 1965-68; Winnipeg Blue Bombers 1968-76).
* Greg Fulton – "builder", 1995 (major statistician for the CFL from 1966-73 and a member of rules committee).*

G

* Tony Gabriel – "player" (TE), 1984 (Hamilton Tiger-Cats 1971-74; Ottawa Rough Riders 1975-81).
* Gene Gaines – "player" (HB), 1994 (Montreal Alouettes 1961, 1970-76; Ottawa Rough Riders 1962-1969).
* Hugh Gall – "player" (HB/K), 1963 (University of Toronto1908-12, 1914 as coach; Toronto Parkdale Canoe Club 1913).*
* Jake Gaudaur – "builder", 1984 (Hamilton Tiger-Cats as player 1940, 1948-53, director 1952-53, president 1954-55, general manager 1956-67; Toronto Argonauts as player 1941; Toronto RCAF Hurricanes as player 1942; Toronto Indians as player 1945-46; Montreal Alouettes as player 1947; CFL commissioner 1968-84).
* Ed George – "player" (OL), 2005 (Montreal Alouettes 1970-74; Hamilton Tiger-Cats 1978-80).
* Frank M. Gibson – "builder", 1996 (Hamilton Tiger-Cats as organizing the merger in 1950 and serving in various executive roles until 1983).
* Tony Golab – "player" (RB/FW), 1964 (Sarnia Imperials 1938; Ottawa Rough Riders 1939-41, 1945-50; Ottawa RCAF Uplands 1942).
* Bud Grant – "builder", 1983 (Winnipeg Blue Bombers as player 1953-56, later as head coach 1957-66). Also member of Pro Football Hall of Fame (NFL).
* Tommy Grant – "player" (RB), 1995 (Hamilton Tiger-Cats 1956-68; Winnipeg Blue Bombers 1969).
* Herb Gray – "player" (DE/OG), 1983 (Winnipeg Blue Bombers 1956-65).
* Albert Grey, 4th Earl Grey – "builder", 1963 (for donating the Grey Cup trophy in 1909).*
* Dean Griffing – "player" (C), 1965 (Regina Roughriders 1936-43, later as team manager 1953-57; Toronto Balmy Beach Beachers 1944; Calgary Stampeders 1945-47, also as coach/part owner;).*
* Harry Crawford Griffith – "builder", 1966 (University of Toronto as player/head coach 1908-10; president of the CRU 1913 and later served on rules committee).

H

* Sydney Halter – "builder", 1966 (Winnipeg Blue Bombers as executive 1934-53; first commissioner of the CFL 1958-66).*
* Frank Hannibal – "builder", 1963 (Winnipeg Blue Bombers as president 1934-36, 1941, instrumental in bringing the Grey Cup west for the first time).*
* Fritz Hanson – "player" (RB), 1963 (Winnipeg Blue Bombers 1935-46; Calgary Stampeders 1947-48).*
* Dickie Harris – "player" (DB), 1998 (Montreal Alouettes 1972-80, 1982).
* Wayne Harris – "player" (LB), 1976 (Calgary Stampeders 1961-72).
* Herm Harrison – "player" (LB/TE), 1993 (Calgary Stampeders 1964-72).
* Lew Hayman – "builder", 1975 (Toronto Argonauts as coach 1932-40, later as executive 1955-83; Toronto RCAF Hurricanes as coach 1941-45; Montreal Alouettes as club organizer, coach, GM, and part owner 1946-54).*
* John Helton – "player" (DE/DT), 1985 (Calgary Stampeders 1969-78; Winnipeg Blue Bombers 1979-82).
* Ed Henick – "builder", 2003 (amateur football coach, promoter, and organizer, notably with Saskatoon Hilltops 1947-1964).
* Garney Henley – "player" (DB/WR), 1979 (Hamilton Tiger-Cats 1960-75).
* Larry Highbaugh – "player" (DB), 2004 (British Columbia Lions 1971-72; Edmonton Eskimos 1972-83).
* Tom Hinton – "player" (G), 1991 (British Columbia Lions 1958-66).
* Condredge Holloway – "player" (QB), 1998 (Ottawa Rough Riders 1975-80; Toronto Argonauts 1981-86; British Columbia Lions 1987).
* Dick Huffman – "player" (OT/DT), 1987 (Winnipeg Blue Bombers 1951-55; Calgary Stampeders 1956-57).*
* Billy Hughes – "builder", 1974 (Montreal AAA Winged Wheelers as coach 1919-22; Queen's University as coach 1922-26; Ottawa Rough Riders as coach 1935-36; Lachine RCAF Manning Pool (QRFU) as coach 1942-43).*

I

* Bob Isbister – "player" (FW), 1965 (Hamilton Tigers 1906-15, 1919).*

J

* Russ Jackson – "player" (QB), 1973 (Ottawa Rough Riders 1958-69; Toronto Argonauts 1975-76 as coach).
* Jack Jacobs – "player" (QB), 1963 (Winnipeg Blue Bombers 1950-54).*
* Eddie James – "player" (FW), 1963 (Regina Roughriders 1920s-1930s; Regina Pats 1928; Winnipeg St. John's 1930, 1932; Winnipeg 'Pegs 1935).
* Gerry James – "player" (RB), 1981 (Winnipeg Blue Bombers 1952-55, 1957-62; Saskatchewan Roughriders 1964).
* Bobby Jurasin – "player" (DE), 2006 (Saskatchewan Roughriders 1986-1997; Toronto Argonauts 1998).

K

* Greg Kabat – "player" (FW/G/QB), 1996 (Winnipeg Blue Bombers 1933-1940 ; Vancouver Grizzlies, 1941 as player/coach).*
* Joe Kapp – "player" (QB), 1984 (Calgary Stampeders 1959-61; British Columbia Lions 1961-66).
* Jerry Keeling – "player" (DB/QB), 1989 (Calgary Stampeders 1961-72; Ottawa Rough Riders 1973-75; Hamilton Tiger-Cats 1975).
* Brian Kelly – "player" (WR), 1991 (Edmonton Eskimos 1979-87).
* Ellison Kelly – "player" (G/T/DE/LB), 1992 (Hamilton Tiger-Cats 1960-70; Toronto Argonauts 1971-72).
* Danny Kepley – "player" (LB), 1996 (Edmonton Eskimos 1975-84).
* Eagle Keys – "builder", 1990 (Montreal Alouettes as player 1949-51; Edmonton Eskimos as player 1952-54 and as coach 1959-63; Saskatchewan Roughriders as coach 1965-70; British Columbia Lions as coach 1971-75).
* Norm Kimball – "builder", 1991 (Edmonton Eskimos as president and COO 1961-1985; Montreal Alouettes as partial owner 1986-87.
* Tuffy Knight – "builder", 2007 (Wilfrid Laurier University as coach 1966-83; Toronto Argonauts as Director of Player Personnel 1984-88; University of Waterloo as coach 1988-97).
* Bob Kramer – "builder", 1987 (Saskatchewan Roughriders as president 1951-53, 1961-65; president WIFU 1960.*
* Joe Krol – "player" (RB/QB), 1963 (Hamilton Flying Wildcats 1942-44; Toronto Argonauts 1945-52, 1955).
* Norman Kwong – "player" (RB), 1969 (Calgary Stampeders 1948-50; Edmonton Eskimos 1951-60).

L

* Ron Lancaster – "player" (QB), 1982 (Ottawa Rough Riders 1960-62; Saskatchewan Roughriders 1963-78, later as coach 1979-80; Edmonton Eskimos as coach 1991-97; Hamilton Tiger-Cats as coach 1998-2003, 2006).*
* Smirlie Lawson – "player" (RB), 1963 (University of Toronto 1908-10; Toronto Argonauts 1911-14).*
* Pep Leadley – "player" (RB/K), 1963 (Hamilton Tigers 1919-20, 1926-30; Queen's University 1921-25).*
* Les Lear – "player" (OL/DL), 1974 (Winnipeg Blue Bombers 1938-41; Winnipeg RCAF Bombers 1942-43; Calgary Stampeders as player/coach 1948).*
* Leo Lewis – "player" (RB), 1973 (Winnipeg Blue Bombers 1955-66).
* Moe Lieberman – "builder", 1973 (University of Alberta as player 1915; Edmonton Eskimos as player 1921-22, manager 1922, director 1930s, and club organizer and director 1949-57).*
* Earl Lunsford – "player" (FB), 1983 (Calgary Stampeders 1956, 1959-63).
* Marv Luster – "player" (OE/DB), 1990 (Montreal Alouettes 1961-64, 1973-74; Toronto Argonauts 1964-72).
* Don Luzzi – "player" (OT/DT), 1985 (Calgary Stampeders 1958-69).

M

* Harry McBrien – "builder", 1978 (for officiating and rules committee; CRU executive 1951-1966; Grey Cup coordinator 1958-68).
* Jimmy McCaffrey – "builder", 1967 (Ottawa Rough Riders as manager 1923-59; president IRFU and CRU).*
* Dave McCann – "builder", 1966 (Ottawa Rough Riders as player 1907-15, coach 1925-27; CRU president 1927, rules committee until 1958).*
* Chester McCance – "player" (K/E), 1976 (Winnipeg Blue Bombers 1937-41, 1945; Winnipeg RCAF Bombers 1942-43; Montreal Alouettes 1946-50).*
* Frank McGill – "player" (QB), 1965 (McGill University 1910s; Montreal AAA Winged Wheelers 1910s-1920s).*
* George McGowan – "player" (WR), 2003 (Edmonton Eskimos 1971-78).
* Donald McNaughton – "builder", 1994 (coordinated the Schenley Awards, 1963-1988).
* Don McPherson – "builder", 1983 ((Saskatchewan Roughriders as president 1956-57; (British Columbia Lions chaired the reorganization committee 1962).*
* Ed McQuarters – "player" (DT), 1988 (Saskatchewan Roughriders 1966-74).
* Johnny Metras – "builder", 1980 (St. Michael's College (ORFU) as player 1933-34; University of Western Ontario as assistant coach 1935-38, head coach 1939-69, and other roles).*
* Rollie Miles – "player" (RB/DB/LB), 1980 (Edmonton Eskimos 1951-61).*
* Percival Molson – "player" (RB/K), 1963 (McGill University 1898-1901; Montreal AAA Winged Wheelers 1902-06).*
* Ken Montgomery – "builder", 1970 (Edmonton Eskimos as president 1952-54; president CRU and WIFU).*
* Warren Moon – "player" (QB), 2001 (Edmonton Eskimos 1978-83). Also member of Pro Football Hall of Fame (NFL).
* Frank Morris – "player" (OG/DT), 1983 (HMCS York Navy 1942; HMCS Stradacona Navy 1943-44; Toronto Argonauts 1945-49; Edmonton Eskimos 1950-58).
* Teddy Morris – "player and builder", 1964 (Toronto Argonauts 1931-39, later as assistant coach 1940-41, head coach 1945-49; HMCS York Navy as coach 1942-44).*
* Angelo Mosca – "player" (DT/OT/MG), 1987 (Hamilton Tiger-Cats 1958-59, 1962-72; Ottawa Rough Riders 1960-61; Montreal Alouettes 1962).
* Cal Murphy – "builder", 2004 (British Columbia Lions as assistant coach 1972-75, head coach 1975-76; Montreal Alouettes as assistant coach 1977; Edmonton Eskimos as assistant coach 1978-82; Winnipeg Blue Bombers as head coach, GM, 1983-96; Saskatchewan Roughriders as head coach 1999.
* James Murphy – "player" (WR), 2000 (Winnipeg Blue Bombers 1983-90).

N

* Roger Nelson – "player" (OT/DT/OG/OT), 1985 (Edmonton Eskimos 1954, 1956-67).*
* Ray Nettles – "player" (LB), 2005 (British Columbia Lions 1972-77; Toronto Argonauts 1977; Hamilton Tiger-Cats 1978; Ottawa Rough Riders 1979; Calgary Stampeders 1980).
* Peter Neumann – "player" (DE), 1979 (Hamilton Tiger-Cats 1951-64).
* Jack Newton – "builder", 1964 (University of Toronto player/captain 1907-09; Toronto Argonauts player/coach 1912; Sarnia Imperials coach 1919-29).*

O

* Red O'Quinn – "player" (E), 1981 (Montreal Alouettes 1952-59, later as general manager; Ottawa Rough Riders as general manager).*

P

* Tony Pajaczkowski – "player" (DE/G), 1988 (Calgary Stampeders 1955-65; Montreal Alouettes 1966-67).
* Jackie Parker – "player" (QB/HB/WR/K/P), 1971 (Edmonton Eskimos 1954-62; Toronto Argonauts 1963-65; British Columbia Lions 1968).*
* James Parker – "player" (LB/DE), 2001 (Edmonton Eskimos 1980-83; British Columbia Lions 1984-89; Toronto Argonauts 1990-91).
* Lui Passaglia – "player" (K/P), 2004 (British Columbia Lions 1976-2000).
* Hal Patterson – "player" (OE/DB), 1971 (Montreal Alouettes 1954-60; Hamilton Tiger-Cats 1961-67).
* Gordon Perry – "player" (RB), 1970 (Montreal AAA Winged Wheelers 1928-34).
* Norm Perry – "player" (RB), 1963 (Sarnia Imperials 1928-35).*
* Allen Pitts – "player" (WR), 2006 (Calgary Stampeders 1990-2000).
* Willie Pless – "player" (LB), 2005 (Toronto Argonauts1986-89; British Columbia Lions 1990; Edmonton Eskimos 1991-98; Saskatchewan Roughriders 1999).
* Ken Ploen – "player" (QB/DB), 1975 (Winnipeg Blue Bombers 1957-67).
* Joe Poplawski – "player" (SB), 1998 (Winnipeg Blue Bombers 1978-86).
* Ken Preston – "builder", 1990 (Queen's University as player 1936-39; Winnipeg Blue Bombers as player 1941-42; Ottawa Rough Riders as player 1945; Saskatchewan Roughriders as player 1940, 1943, player/coach 1946-48, and general manager 1958-78).
* Mike Pringle – "player" (RB), 2008 (Edmonton Eskimos 1992, 2003-04; Sacramento Gold Miners 1993; Baltimore Stallions 1994-95; Montreal Alouettes 1996-2002).

Q

* Silver Quilty – "player" (FW), 1966 (University of Ottawa 1907-1912; Ottawa Rough Riders 1913; McGill University 1914).*

R

* Dave Raimey – "player" (RB/KR), 2000 (Winnipeg Blue Bombers 1965-68; Toronto Argonauts 1969-74).
* Russ Rebholz – "player" (RB/QB), 1963 (Winnipeg St. John's 1932; Winnipeg Blue Bombers 1933-38).
* George Reed – "player" (RB), 1979 (Saskatchewan Roughriders 1963-75).
* Ted Reeve – "player", 1963 (Toronto Argonauts1923; Toronto Balmy Beach Beachers 1924-30, later as coach 1945-46; Queen's University as coach 1933-38; Montreal Royals as coach 1939; Toronto Beaches Indians as coach, 1948).*
* Dave Ridgway – "player" (K), 2003 (Saskatchewan Roughriders 1982-95).
* Frank Rigney – "player" (OT), 1984 (Winnipeg Blue Bombers 1958-67).
* Al Ritchie – "builder", 1963 (Saskatchewan Roughriders as manager 1921-28 and coach 1930-32, 1935, 1942).*
* Larry Robinson – "player" (DB/K/R), 1998 (Calgary Stampeders 1961-75).
* Rocco Romano - "player" (OG), 2007 (Calgary Stampeders 1987/1992-2000; Toronto Argonauts 1988; Ottawa Rough Riders 1989; British Columbia Lions 1990-91).
* Mike Rodden – "builder", 1964 (Queen's University as player 1910-13, coach 1916; McGill University as player 1914; Toronto Parkdale Canoe Club as player 1915, coach 1921-22; Toronto Argonauts as player 1919-20, coach 1920, 1926; Toronto Balmy Beach Beachers as coach 1924; Hamilton Tigers as coach 1927-30, 1937).*
* Paul Rowe – "player" (RB), 1964 (Calgary Bronks 1938-40; Calgary Stampeders 1945-50).*
* Martin Ruby – "player" (OT/DT), 1974 (Saskatchewan Roughriders 1951-57).
* Jeff Russell – "player" (RB), 1963 (Royal Military College of Canada 1917-20; McGill University 1920-22; Montreal AAA Winged Wheelers 1922-25).*
* Joe Ryan – "builder", 1968 (Winnipeg Blue Bombers as manager 1931-41.*

* Ralph Sazio – "builder", 1988 (Hamilton Tiger-Cats as player 1950-53, head coach 1963-67, general manager 1968-75, 1980, president 1973-77, vice-president of football operations 1978-80; Toronto Argonauts as president 1981-90).
* Tom Scott – "player" (SB), 1998 (Winnipeg Blue Bombers 1974-77; Edmonton Eskimos 1978-83; Calgary Stampeders 1984).
* Vince Scott – "player" (DG), 1982 (Hamilton Wildcats 1949; Hamilton Tiger-Cats 1950, 1952-62).*
* Dick Shatto – "player" (FB/HB/SB/F), 1975 (Toronto Argonauts 1954-65).
* Frank "Shag" Shaughnessy – "builder", 1963 (McGill University as coach 1912-28).*
* Tom Shepherd – "builder", 2008 (Saskatchewan Roughriders as president 1966-present).*
* Hap Shouldice – "builder", 1977 (mostly for contributions to league rules and officiating including the CFL's first director of officiating in 1972).*
* Ben Simpson – "player" (HB/K), 1963 (Queen's University 1899-1903; Hamilton Tigers 1904-10).*
* Bob Simpson – "player" (FW/RB/DB), 1976 (Windsor Rockets 1949; Ottawa Rough Riders 1950-62).
* Jimmie Simpson – "builder", 1985 (Hamilton Tigers as player 1928-38; Hamilton Flying Wildcats as player 1943-44; Hamilton Tiger-Cats as trainer 1953-74; also for officiating 1945-56).*
* Karl Slocomb – "builder", 1989 (Winnipeg Blue Bombers as executive 1940s-1950s, president 1953; later as president of WIFU 1956 and CRU 1960).*
* Victor Spencer – "builder", 2006 (Hamilton Tigers as player British Columbia Lions as club organizer, director, and executive in 1950s, serving other roles since then).
* Dave Sprague – "player" (RB/DT), 1963 (Hamilton Tigers 1930-32; Ottawa Rough Riders 1933-40).*
* Harry Spring – "builder", 1976 ( [http://www.meraloma.com Meraloma Club] (BCRFU) as president 1937; British Columbia Lions as treasurer 1955-56, vice-president 1957, and president 1958-59).*
* Art Stevenson – "player" (RB/QB/K), 1969 (Winnipeg Blue Bombers 1937-41).
* Ron Stewart – "player" (RB), 1977 (Queen's University 1953-57; Ottawa Rough Riders 1958-70).
* Bummer Stirling – "player" (K/RB), 1966 (Sarnia Imperials 1929-38).*
* Annis Stukus – "builder", 1974 (Toronto Argonauts as player 1935-41; Toronto Oakwood Indians as player/coach 1942; Toronto Balmy Beach Beachers as player 1943; HMCS York Navy Bulldogs as player 1944; Toronto Indians as player 1945-46; Edmonton Eskimos as player 1949-50, coach/general manager 1949-51; British Columbia Lions as coach/general manager 1954-55).*
* Don Sutherin – "player" (DB/K), 1992 (Hamilton Tiger-Cats 1958, 1960-66; Ottawa Rough Riders 1967-69; Toronto Argonauts 1970).
* Bill Symons – "player" (HB), 1997 (British Columbia Lions 1966; Toronto Argonauts 1967-73).

T

* Piffles Taylor – "builder", 1963. (University of Toronto as player pre-WWI; Regina Roughriders as player 1914-16, 1919-20, later as president 1934-36; Regina Boat Club as player 1920-21 and coach 1922-23; later president of WIFU and CRU).*
* Dave Thelen – "player" (RB), 1989 (Ottawa Rough Riders 1958-64; Toronto Argonauts 1965-66).
* Brian Timmis – "player" (OT), 1963 (Ottawa Seconds (QRFU) 1919; Regina Roughriders 1920-22; Ottawa Rough Riders 1923; Hamilton Tigers 1924-38).*
* Frank Tindall – "builder", 1984 (Toronto Argonauts as player 1933-34; Queen's University as coach 1939-75).
* Buddy Tinsley – "player" (OT/DT), 1982 (Winnipeg Blue Bombers 1950-60).
* Andy Tommy – "player" (FW/HB), 1989 (Ottawa Rough Riders 1933-41, 1946-47; Toronto Argonauts 1945).*
* Herb Trawick – "player" (OT), 1975 (Montreal Alouettes 1946-57).*
* Joe Tubman – "player" (HB/K), 1968 (Ottawa Rough Riders 1919-31).*
* Whit Tucker – "player" (HB/F), 1993 (University of Western Ontario 1960-61 Ottawa Rough Riders 1962-70).

U

* Ted Urness – "player" (G/T/C), 1989 (Saskatchewan Roughriders 1961-70).

V

* Kaye Vaughan – "player" (OG/OT/DT), 1978 (Ottawa Rough Riders 1953-64).
* Pierre Vercheval - "player" (OG), 2007 (Edmonton Eskimos 1988-92; Toronto Argonauts 1993-97; Montreal Alouettes 1998-2001).

W

* Virgil Wagner – "player" (RB/HB), 1980 (Montreal Alouettes 1946-54).*
* Chris Walby – "player" (OT), 2003 (Montreal Alouettes 1981 /Winnipeg Blue Bombers 1981-96).
* Clair Warner – "builder", 1965 (Saskatchewan Roughriders as player 1924-32, executive 1934-70, president 1941).*
* Bert Warwick – "builder", 1964 (Winnipeg St. John's as player; Winnipeg Blue Bombers as coach 1945, executive; later as executive of CRU/CFL).*
* Huck Welch – "player" (RB/K), 1964 (Hamilton Tigers 1928-29, 1935-37); Montreal AAA Winged Wheelers 1930-34).*
* Tom Wilkinson – "player" (QB), 1987 (Toronto Argonauts 1967-70; British Columbia Lions 1971; Edmonton Eskimos 1972-81).
* Gizmo Williams – "player" (KR/WR), 2006 (Edmonton Eskimos 1986-2000).
* Al Wilson – "player" (OL), 1997 (British Columbia Lions 1972-86).
* Seymour Wilson – "builder", 1984 (Hamilton Tigers as player 1930-37; offiating 1938-70).*
* Harvey Wylie – "player" (DB/KR), 1980 (Calgary Stampeders 1956-64).

Y

* Dan Yochum – "player" (OT), 2004 (Montreal Alouettes 1972-1980; Edmonton Eskimos 1980).
* Jim Young – "player" (WR), 1991 (Queen's University 1961-63; British Columbia Lions 1967-79).

Z

* Ben Zambiasi – "player" (LB), 2004 (Hamilton Tiger-Cats 1978-87; Toronto Argonauts 1988).
* Bill Zock – "player" (G/T), 1984 (Toronto Argonauts 1937-41; Toronto Balmy Beach Beachers 1942-44; Edmonton Eskimos 1951-54).*

ee also

* TSN Top 50 CFL Players


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References

External links

* [http://www.footballhof.com/ Canadian Football Hall of Fame & Museum – Official Website]


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