1946 Montreal Alouettes Statistics

Canadian Football League (CFL)
Team Record: 7-3-2 16
Finishing 1st in the CFL's Interprovincial Rugby Football Union
Postseason: 0-1 Lost Quarterfinal
Coach: Lew Hayman (7-3-2)
Location: Montreal, Quebec, Canada
1946 Montreal Alouettes Roster
1946 Montreal Alouettes Results

The Montreal Alouettes of the Canadian Football League ended the 1946 season with a record of 7 wins and 3 losses and 2 ties for 16 points, finishing first in the CFL's Interprovincial Rugby Football Union. The team compiled a postseason mark of 0-1.

The Alouettes piled up points with 211 points, and the defense conceded 118.

Lew Hayman coached the team. The 1946 Montreal Alouettes lost in the Quarterfinal.

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Rushing:


Receiving:


Kicking:

Player X/CA X/CM X/CP % FGA FGM FG % Pts.
Ches McCance0210948
John Moody02015
Totals02301053

Interceptions:

Player No. Yds Avg. Long TDs
Joey Richman 1
Virgil Wagner 1
Totals002

Defense and Fumbles:


Total Scoring:

Touchdowns Other Total
Player Rush Rec Punt Kick MFG Int Fum Other FG X/C Single 2Pt Saf Points
Virgil Wagner111100065
Ches McCance921048
Dave Greenberg12100020
Wally Spencer1200015
Matt Anthony1100010
Joey Richman1100010
John Moody112010
Benny Steck10005
Doug Maitland10005
Doug Smylie10005
Pete King10005
Pete Finlay10005
Totals1680002401023800203



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