1967 Canadian Football League


The 1967 season was the Canadian Football League's 23rd, and 9 teams competed in the league that year. The Hamilton Tiger-Cats won the 1967 CFL championship.

1967 Canadian Football League Standings
1967 Canadian Football League League Leaders

BC Lions (3-12-1) - Roster | Statistics | Game Results
Calgary Stampeders (12-4) - Roster | Statistics | Game Results
Edmonton Eskimos (9-6-1) - Roster | Statistics | Game Results
Hamilton Tiger-Cats (10-4) - Roster | Statistics | Game Results
Montreal Alouettes (2-12) - Roster | Statistics | Game Results
Ottawa Rough Riders (9-4-1) - Roster | Statistics | Game Results
Saskatchewan Roughriders (12-4) - Roster | Statistics | Game Results
Toronto Argonauts (5-8-1) - Roster | Statistics | Game Results
Winnipeg Blue Bombers (4-12) - Roster | Statistics | Game Results


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1967 Award Winners


Jerry Williams - Annis Stukus Trophy (Coach of the Year)
Joe Zuger - Grey Cup Most Valuable Player
Terry Evanshen - Most Outstanding Canadian
Pete Liske - Most Outstanding Player

1967 All-Pros



CFL

All-CFL
Jack Abendschan
John W. Baker
John Barrow
Philip Brady
Clyde Brock
Tommy Coffey
Garner Ekstran
Terry Evanshen
Bill Frank
Gene Gaines
Wayne Harris
Garney Henley
Jerry Keeling
Pete Liske
Ed McQuarters
Roger Perdrix
George Reed
Bo Scott
Wayne Shaw
E.A. Sims
Jim Thomas
Whit Tucker
Ted Urness

East All-Star
Margene Adkins
John W. Baker
John Barrow
Willie Bethea
Mike Blum
Philip Brady
Bob Brown
Gene Ceppetelli
Tommy Coffey
Bill Danychuk
Jim Dillard
Bill Frank
Gene Gaines
Garney Henley
Russ Jackson
Bob Krouse
Ken Lehmann
Marv Luster
Bob Minihane
Danny Nykoluk
Roger Perdrix
Jim Rountree
Bo Scott
Whit Tucker

West All-Star
Jack Abendschan
Frank Andruski
Bruce Bennett
Clyde Brock
Garner Ekstran
Terry Evanshen
Herm Harrison
Wayne Harris
Joe Hernandez
Jerry Keeling
Roger Kramer
John Lagrone
Pete Liske
Bob Lueck
Ed McQuarters
Ken Nielsen
Dave Raimey
George Reed
Wayne Shaw
Dick Suderman
Jim Thomas
Ted Urness
Bill Whisler
John Wydareny

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