QB Casey Printers* BC
RB Charles Roberts* WPG
RB Kenton Keith SSK
SB Jason Clermont BC
SB Geroy Simon BC
WR Jason Tucker* EDM
WR Ryan Thelwell BC
C Angus Reid BC
G Andrew Greene SSK
G Jay McNeil CGY
T Seth Dittman CGY
T Gene Makowsky SSK
DT Nate Davis SSK
DT Joe Fleming CGY
DE Tom Canada WPG
DE Brent Johnson BC
LB John Grace CGY
LB Reggie Hunt SSK
LB Barrin Simpson BC
DHB Joey Boese CGY
DHB Eddie Davis SSK
CB Malcolm Frank* EDM
CB Sam Young BC
S Wes Lysack WPG
Special Teams
P Sean Fleming EDM
K Sean Fleming EDM
ST (kick returner) Keith Stokes WPG

* – indicates unanimous selection

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Division Breakdown

Career to 2004 West Division Player All-Star Selections

Player Season Division Selection
Boese, Joey 2nd 1st
Canada, Tom 1st 1st
Clermont, Jason 3rd 1st
Davis, Eddie 10th 3rd
Davis, Nate 4th 2nd
Dittman, Seth 7th 1st
Fleming, Joe 9th 6th
Fleming, Sean 13th 6th
Frank, Malcolm 8th 1st
Grace, John 5th 2nd
Greene, Andrew 7th 4th
Hunt, Reggie 3rd 2nd
Johnson, Brent 4th 1st
Keith, Kenton 2nd 1st
Lysack, Wes 3rd 1st
Makowsky, Gene 10th 1st
McNeil, Jay 11th 3rd
Printers, Casey 2nd 1st
Reid, Angus 5th 1st
Roberts, Charles 4th 4th
Simon, Geroy 6th 2nd
Simpson, Barrin 4th 4th
Stokes, Keith 3rd 2nd
Thelwell, Ryan 4th 1st
Tucker, Jason 3rd 2nd
Young, Sam 2nd 1st

Number of times player, through 2004, 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).

2004 West Division Team All-Star Selections

Team All-Canadian Selections Division Selections
Saskatchewan Roughriders 4 6
BC Lions 3 8
Edmonton Elks 3 4
Winnipeg Blue Bombers 2 4
Calgary Stampeders 1 5


  • CFL Facts, Figures and Records, 2005 Edition


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