1958 CFL Season
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1958 CFL Season
1958 CFL season
Regular season
DurationJune, 1958 - October, 1958
Playoffs
Start dateNovember 8, 1958
East ChampionsHamilton Tiger-Cats1958-11-23
West ChampionsWinnipeg Blue Bombers1958-11-22
46th Grey Cup
DateNovember 29, 1958
SiteEmpire Stadium, Vancouver
ChampionsWinnipeg Blue Bombers
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The 1958 CFL season was the inaugural season of the Canadian Football League. The Hamilton Tiger-Cats and Winnipeg Blue Bombers met again for Canadian football supremacy. The Bombers turned the tables on the Tiger-Cats this time, winning their first Grey Cup since 1941.[1]

League news

The Canadian Football Council (CFC) withdrew from the Canadian Rugby Union (CRU) to become a separate entity. As a separate entity, the CFC decided to rename its league the Canadian Football League (CFL) on Sunday, January 19, at the Royal Alexandra Hotel in Winnipeg.[2]

The Commissioner of the CFC, Winnipeg's G. Sydney Halter, QC, was reappointed as the first-ever CFL commissioner. The CFL officially opened its operations on Thursday, August 14, as 18,206 spectators watched the Winnipeg Blue Bombers defeat the Edmonton Eskimos 29-21 at Winnipeg. A regular season game was played in the United States, at Philadelphia's Municipal Stadium on September 14 as the Hamilton Tiger-Cats defeated the Ottawa Rough Riders by a score of 24-18.

Regular season

Final regular season standings

Note: GP = games played, W = wins, L = losses, T = ties, PF = points for, PA = points against, Pts = points

Western Interprovincial Football Union
Team GP W L T PF PA Pts
Winnipeg Blue Bombers 16 13 3 0 361 182 26
Edmonton Eskimos 16 9 6 1 312 292 19
Saskatchewan Roughriders 16 7 7 2 320 324 16
Calgary Stampeders 16 6 9 1 314 312 13
BC Lions 16 3 13 0 202 399 6
Interprovincial Rugby Football Union
Team GP W L T PF PA Pts
Hamilton Tiger-Cats 14 10 3 1 291 235 21
Montreal Alouettes 14 7 6 1 265 269 15
Ottawa Rough Riders 14 6 8 0 233 243 12
Toronto Argonauts 14 4 10 0 266 308 8
  • Bold text means a team clinched a playoff berth.
  • Winnipeg and Hamilton both received first-round byes.

Grey Cup playoffs

Playoff bracket

  Division Semi-Finals     Division Finals     46th Grey Cup
                           
  East     E1 Hamilton Tiger-Cats 54
(35+19)
 
  E2 Montreal Alouettes 12     E2 Ottawa Rough Riders 14
(7+7)
   
  E3 Ottawa Rough Riders 26         E1 Hamilton Tiger-Cats 28
      W1 Winnipeg Blue Bombers 35
  West     W1 Winnipeg Blue Bombers 2
(30,7,23)
   
  W2 Edmonton Eskimos 58
(27+31)
    W2 Edmonton Eskimos 1
(7,30,7)
 
  W3 Saskatchewan Roughriders 12
(11+1)
 

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Division Semi-Finals

Western Semi-Finals
Edmonton Eskimos vs. Saskatchewan Roughriders
Game Date Away Home
1 November 8 Edmonton Eskimos 27 Saskatchewan Roughriders 11
2 November 11 Saskatchewan Roughriders 1 Edmonton Eskimos 31
  • Edmonton won the total-point series 58-12.

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Eastern Semi-Final
Ottawa Rough Riders @ Montreal Alouettes
Date Away Home
November 12 Ottawa Rough Riders 26 Montreal Alouettes 12

Division Finals

Western Finals
Winnipeg Blue Bombers vs. Edmonton Eskimos
Game Date Away Home
1 November 15 Winnipeg Blue Bombers 30 Edmonton Eskimos 7
2 November 19 Edmonton Eskimos 30 Winnipeg Blue Bombers 7
3 November 22 Edmonton Eskimos 7 Winnipeg Blue Bombers 23
  • Winnipeg won the best-of-three series 2-1.
  • Hamilton won the total-point series 54-14.

Grey Cup Championship

  • Note: Western Semi-Final dates are not confirmed; however, since (1) the regular season ended on November 1 in the West and on November 8 in the East, and (2) all other playoff dates are accurate, including the date of the Grey Cup game, it is reasonable to assume the above dates are correct.

CFL Leaders

1958 Eastern All-Stars

Offence

Defence

1958 Western All-Stars

Offence

Defence

1958 CFL Awards

1958 Miss Grey Cup

  • Miss Montreal Alouettes Joan Van Boven was named Miss Grey Cup 1958

References

  1. ^ "Grey Cup Memories: 1958". CFL.ca. 2005-11-12. Retrieved .
  2. ^ "Canadian Football Timelines (1860-2005)" (PDF). 2005. Retrieved 2019.
  3. ^ "1958".
  4. ^ "CFL Database".
  5. ^ "CFLapedia".

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