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2001 Montreal Alouettes season
Head Coach Rod Rust
Jim Popp (Interim)
Home Field Molson Stadium
Results
Record 9–9–0
Place 3rd, East
Playoff Finish Lost East Semi-Final
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2000 2002

The 2001 Montreal Alouettes finished in third place in the East Division following a disastrous end to the season. After starting the season with a 9–2 record, Anthony Calvillo was injured in a game against the Hamilton Tiger-Cats, and he missed several games, leading to the team losing its remaining seven games, as well as their playoff game, to finish the season with a 9–9 record. Head Coach Rod Rust was fired after 17 games and General Manager Jim Popp replaced him as interim Head Coach for the last regular season game and only playoff game, losing both.

OffseasonEdit

CFL DraftEdit

Round Pick Player Position School/Club Team
1 7 Luke Fritz OL Eastern Washington
2 11 Pat Woodcock WR Syracuse
2 15 Jesse Palmer QB Florida
3 18 Phil Gibson DL Toledo
4 25 Shawn Gifford OT Charleston Southern
4 29 Peter Moore DL Syracuse
4 31 Steven Maheu WR/QB Simon Fraser
6 47 Phil Côté QB Ottawa

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PreseasonEdit

Week Date Opponent Venue Score Result Attendance Record
A June 21 Winnipeg Blue Bombers Molson Stadium 31–12 Win 19,041 1–0
B June 26 Hamilton Tiger-Cats Ivor Wynne Stadium 20–18 Loss 15,584 1–1

Regular seasonEdit

Season Standings Edit

East Division
Team GP W L T OTL PF PA Pts
Winnipeg Blue Bombers 18 14 4 0 0 509 383 28
Hamilton Tiger-Cats 18 11 7 0 0 440 420 22
Montreal Alouettes 18 9 9 0 0 454 419 18
Toronto Argonauts 18 7 11 0 1 432 455 15

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Season ScheduleEdit

Week Date Opponent Venue Score Result Attendance Record
1 July 4 Toronto Argonauts SkyDome 27–3 Win 14,065 1–0
2 July 12 Calgary Stampeders Molson Stadium 32–14 Win 19,544 2–0
3 July 20 Winnipeg Blue Bombers Canad Inns Stadium 37–34 Win 29,503 3–0
4 July 26 Edmonton Eskimos Molson Stadium 34–6 Win 19,541 4–0
5 Aug 4 BC Lions BC Place Stadium 44–31 Loss 18,185 4–1
6 Aug 10 Hamilton Tiger-Cats Molson Stadium 27–17 Win 19,541 5–1
7 Aug 16 Toronto Argonauts Molson Stadium 40–25 Win 19,541 6–1
8 Aug 24 Winnipeg Blue Bombers Canad Inns Stadium 24–19 Loss 29,503 6–2
9 Aug 31 BC Lions Molson Stadium 23–19 Win 19,541 7–2
10 Sept 9 Saskatchewan Roughriders Taylor Field 31–3 Win 18,358 8–2
11 Sept 16 Toronto Argonauts Molson Stadium 24–18 Win 19,541 9–2
12 Sept 23 Winnipeg Blue Bombers Molson Stadium 28–25 Loss 19,601 9–3
13 Sept 30 Hamilton Tiger-Cats Ivor Wynne Stadium 21–20 Loss 19,300 9–4
14 Oct 8 Saskatchewan Roughriders Molson Stadium 13–7 Loss 19,601 9–5
15 Oct 13 Toronto Argonauts SkyDome 51–24 Loss 17,258 9–6
16 Oct 20 Calgary Stampeders McMahon Stadium 29–9 Loss 34,029 9–7
17 Oct 28 Hamilton Tiger-Cats Molson Stadium 38–18 Loss 19,601 9–8
18 Nov 4 Edmonton Eskimos Commonwealth Stadium 32–26 Loss 43,123 9–9

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RosterEdit

Montreal Alouettes roster
Quarterbacks

Running Backs

Receivers

Offensive Linemen

Defensive Linemen

Defensive Backs

Special Teams

Practice Roster

PlayoffsEdit

East Semi-FinalEdit

Team Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 Total
Montreal Alouettes  ?  ?  ?  ? 12
Hamilton Tiger-Cats  ?  ?  ?  ? 24

AwardsEdit

2001 CFL All-Star SelectionsEdit

2001 CFL Eastern All-Star SelectionsEdit

  • Bryan Chiu – Centre
  • Terry Baker – Punter
  • Mike Pringle – Running Back

2001 Intergold CFLPA All-Star SelectionsEdit

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ReferencesEdit


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