1961 Canadian Football League


The 1961 season was the Canadian Football League's 17th, and 9 teams competed in the league that year. The Winnipeg Blue Bombers won the 1961 championship.

1961 Canadian Football League Standings
1961 Canadian Football League League Leaders

BC Lions (1-13-2) - Roster | Statistics | Game Results
Calgary Stampeders (7-9) - Roster | Statistics | Game Results
Edmonton Eskimos (10-5-1) - Roster | Statistics | Game Results
Hamilton Tiger-Cats (10-4) - Roster | Statistics | Game Results
Montreal Alouettes (4-9-1) - Roster | Statistics | Game Results
Ottawa Rough Riders (8-6) - Roster | Statistics | Game Results
Saskatchewan Roughriders (5-10-1) - Roster | Statistics | Game Results
Toronto Argonauts (7-6-1) - Roster | Statistics | Game Results
Winnipeg Blue Bombers (13-3) - Roster | Statistics | Game Results


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1961 Award Winners


Jim Trimble - Annis Stukus Trophy (Coach of the Year)
Kenny Ploen - Grey Cup Most Valuable Player
Tony Pajaczkowski - Most Outstanding Canadian
Bernie Faloney - Most Outstanding Player

1961 All-Pros



CFL

East All-Star
Jim Andreotti
John Barrow
George Brancato
Ron Brewer
Don Clark
Milt Crain
Hardiman Cureton
Paul Dekker
Bernie Faloney
Tom Jones
Ellison Kelly
Billy Locklin
Marv Luster
Dave Mann
Marty Martinello
Gerry Nesbitt
Pete Neumann
Bobby Oliver
Jim Rountree
Dick Shatto
Ron Stewart
Norm Stoneburgh
Don Sutherin
Kaye Vaughan

West All-Star
Ron Atchison
Johnny Bright
Dave Burkholder
Bill Clarke
Willie Fleming
Farrell Funston
Jack Gotta
Herb Gray
Neil Habig
Wayne Harris
Mike Kmech
Oscar Kruger
Leo Lewis
Earl Lunsford
Don Luzzi
Tony Pajaczkowski
Jackie Parker
Cornel Piper
Bob Ptacek
Norm Rauhaus
Frank Rigney
Gordie Rowland
Mike Wright
Harvey Wylie

Ted Reeves

All-Star
John Barrow
Willie Fleming
Cookie Gilchrist
Herb Gray
Leo Lewis
Marv Luster
Roger Nelson
Tony Pajaczkowski
Jackie Parker
Hal Patterson
Dick Shatto

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