1941 Vancouver Grizzlies

Special Award

The Vancouver Grizzlies were British Columbia’s first professional team and a member of the Western Inter-provincial Football Union. Though they lasted just one year in 1941, they played 10 games – two exhibition and eight league games. They won just one league game, defeating Regina 7-6 under coach Greg Kabat.

The team was disbanded after only a single season due to the Second World War. The team consisted of 31 players, with Jack Horn scoring the team’s lone touchdown.