1945 Canadian Football League


The 1945 season was the Canadian Football League's 1st, and 8 teams competed in the league that year. The Toronto Argonauts won the 1945 CFL championship.

1945 Canadian Football League Standings
1945 Canadian Football League League Leaders

Calgary Stampeders (0-0) - Roster | Statistics | Game Results
Hamilton Tigers (1-5) - Roster | Statistics | Game Results
Montreal Hornets (1-5) - Roster | Statistics | Game Results
Ottawa Rough Riders (5-1) - Roster | Statistics | Game Results
Regina Roughriders (0-0) - Roster | Statistics | Game Results
Toronto Argonauts (5-1) - Roster | Statistics | Game Results
Toronto Balmy Beach (0-0) - Roster | Statistics | Game Results
Winnipeg Blue Bombers (0-0) - Roster | Statistics | Game Results


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1945 All-Pros



CFL

East All-Star
Les Ascott
Ken Charlton
Eric Chipper
Royal Copeland
George Fraser
Tony Golab
Dick Groom
Joe Krol
Steve Levantis
Joseph Moynahan
Billy Myers
Eddie Remegis
Jack Wedley
Ken Charlton 1st Team
Royal Copeland 1st Team
George Fraser 1st Team
Dick Groom 1st Team
Joe Krol 1st Team
Steve Levantis 1st Team
Billy Myers 1st Team
Eddie Remegis 1st Team
Tony Golab 2nd Team
Jack Wedley 2nd Team

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