QB Tom Clements WPG
RB Craig Ellis SSK
RB Willard Reaves WPG
IR Chris DeFrance SSK
IR Joe Poplawski WPG
WR Mervyn Fernandez BC
WR Brian Kelly EDM
C John Bonk WPG
G Nick Bastaja WPG
G Leo Blanchard EDM
T John Blain BC
T Chris Walby WPG
DT Mack Moore BC
DT Randy Trautman CGY
DE Tony Norman WPG
DE James “Quick” Parker BC
MLB Aaron Brown WPG
OLB Stewart Hill EDM
OLB Tyrone Jones WPG
DB Larry Crawford BC
DB Laurent Deslauriers EDM
DB Ken Hailey WPG
DB Terry Irvin SSK
DB David Shaw WPG
Special Teams
P Bob Cameron WPG
K Lui Passaglia BC

* – indicates unanimous selection

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Division Breakdown

Career to 1984 West Division Player All-Star Selections

Player Season Division Selection
Bastaja, Nick 10th 4th
Blain, John 8th 2nd
Blanchard, Leo 6th 3rd
Bonk, John 14th 3rd
Brown, Aaron 3rd 1st
Cameron, Bob 5th 1st
Clements, Tom 11th 6th
Crawford, Larry 4th 2nd
DeFrance, Chris 4th 2nd
Deslauriers, Laurent 1st 1st
Ellis, Craig 3rd 1st
Fernandez, Mervyn 3rd 3rd
Hailey, Ken 2nd 1st
Hill, Stewart 1st 1st
Irvin, Terry 8th 3rd
Jones, Tyrone 2nd 1st
Kelly, Brian 6th 5th
Moore, Mack 4th 2nd
Norman, Tony 5th 2nd
Parker, James “Quick” 5th 4th
Passaglia, Lui 9th 6th
Poplawski, Joe 7th 3rd
Reaves, Willard 2nd 2nd
Shaw, David 10th 6th
Trautman, Randy 3rd 2nd
Walby, Chris 5th 1st

Number of times player, through 1984, has been selected to First Team Division All-Star teams. Named to divisional team on offense and defense counts as two selections.

Note: All-Canadian selections began in 1962, division selections began in 1932 (IRFU) and 1937 (WIFU).

1984 West Division Team All-Star Selections

Team All-Canadian Selections Division Selections
Saskatchewan Roughriders 0 3
Calgary Stampeders 0 1
Winnipeg Blue Bombers 10 12
BC Lions 6 6
Edmonton Elks 3 4


  • CFL Facts, Figures and Records, 1985 Edition


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