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Al Stevenson
Personal information
Date of birth: December 23, 1921
Place of birth: Montreal, Quebec
Date of death: January 4, 1958
Career information
No regular season or postseason appearances
Career history
Career highlights and awards
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Al Stevenson was a Grey Cup champion Canadian Football League player. He played offensive and defensive tackle.

Stevenson played his first football with Strathcona Academy in Outremont, Quebec.[1] He began his pro career in 1945 with the Montreal Hornets and played with the inaugural Montreal Alouettes team in 1946. He was part of the Larks first Grey Cup championship.[2] He played 59 games for the Als over 6 seasons (but was retried for almost all of the 1948 season due to business matters.).[3] He later pursued a career in the Canadian Army, serving in West Germany and Korea and becoming a sergeant (and coaching the Royal Military Academy team in Kingston, Ontario.)[4] He died in a car accident on January 4, 1958, 37 years old.Template:Inconsistent

ReferencesEdit

  1. Former Alouette Tackle Killed, The Montreal Gazette January 6, 1958
  2. Montreal Alouettes Pack Power, Passing, Speed Ottawa Citizen, November 23, 1949
  3. CFLAPEDIA entry - Al Stevenson
  4. Former Alouette Tackle Killed, The Montreal Gazette January 6, 1958
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