The Calgary Bronks

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  • Location/name history of team:
    • Located in Calgary, AB
      • From Jan. 1, 1935 to Dec. 31, 1940 as the Calgary Bronks
      • From Jan. 1, 1908 to Dec. 31, 1930 as the Calgary Tigers
      • From Jan. 1, 1906 to Dec. 31, 1907 as the Calgary City Rugby Football Club
  • Member of:
  • Regular Season Division/League Penants: (10) – 1909, 1910, 1911, 1912, 1920, 1929, 1930, 1935, 1937, 1938
  • Grey Cup Appearances: None
  • Grey Cup Championships: None

Calgary Bronk Seasons

Calgary Tiger Seasons

Calgary City Rugby Football Club Seasons

Historical Record

Best and Worst Regular Season Records

Calgary Bronks Best Seasons
Year(s) GP W L T PCT
1 1938 8 6 2 0 0.750
2 1937 8 5 3 0 0.625
3 1935 4 4 0 0 1.000
4 1940 8 4 4 0 0.500
5 1939 11 4 7 0 0.364
6 1936 6 1 5 0 0.167
Calgary Bronks Worst Seasons
Year(s) GP W L T PCT
1 1936 6 1 5 0 0.167
2 1939 11 4 7 0 0.364
3 1940 8 4 4 0 0.500
4 1935 4 4 0 0 1.000
5 1937 8 5 3 0 0.625
6 1938 8 6 2 0 0.750

Stadium

  • Last home: Mewata Stadium
  • Capacity: 4,000
  • Playing surface: Natural Grass
  • Last stadium change: 1935 – Expansion

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Coaches

Head Coaches

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Historical Attendance

Database Stats

Calgary Bronks Scoring Records

Regular Season

Most Points, Game
Most Points, Quarter

Regular Season Games Played Leaders

All-Time
  • 39 – Larry Haynes
  • 39 – Bob Harrison
  • 38 – Jack Lawrence
  • 38 – Jimmy Gilkes
  • 31 – Bill Wusyk
  • 29 – Joe Turner
  • 29 – Charlie Harrison
  • 27 – Paul Rowe
  • 27 – Bob Cosgrove
  • 25 – Chet Hagen
  • 24 – Hal Harrison
  • 22 – Keith Gibson

Games played figures are unofficial. Please refer to official sources.

Record Streaks for the Calgary Bronks Regular Season

Winning Streak
Overall
  • 6 games (Sept. 17, 1938 — Oct. 22, 1938)
  • 3 games (Oct. 21, 1939 — Sept. 14, 1940)
  • 3 games (Sept. 18, 1937 — Oct. 11, 1937)
Home
  • 7 games (Sept. 18, 1937 — Oct. 15, 1938)
  • 3 games (Oct. 21, 1939 — Sept. 21, 1940)
  • 2 games (Sept. 8, 1939 — Sept. 22, 1939)
Visitor
  • 2 games (Sept. 24, 1938 — Oct. 22, 1938)
  • 2 games (Sept. 3, 1937 — Sept. 6, 1937)
Unbeaten Streak
Overall
  • 6 games (Sept. 17, 1938 — Oct. 22, 1938)
  • 3 games (Oct. 21, 1939 — Sept. 14, 1940)
  • 3 games (Sept. 18, 1937 — Oct. 11, 1937)
Home
  • 7 games (Sept. 18, 1937 — Oct. 15, 1938)
  • 3 games (Oct. 21, 1939 — Sept. 21, 1940)
  • 2 games (Sept. 8, 1939 — Sept. 22, 1939)
Visitor
  • 2 games (Sept. 24, 1938 — Oct. 22, 1938)
  • 2 games (Sept. 3, 1937 — Sept. 6, 1937)
Losing Streak
Overall
  • 4 games (Sept. 30, 1939 — Oct. 14, 1939)
  • 4 games (Oct. 16, 1937 — Sept. 5, 1938)
  • 3 games (Oct. 5, 1940 — Oct. 14, 1940)
Home
  • 3 games (Oct. 10, 1936 — Sept. 11, 1937)
  • 2 games (Oct. 6, 1939 — Oct. 9, 1939)
Visitor
  • 4 games (Oct. 16, 1937 — Sept. 5, 1938)
  • 3 games (Sept. 16, 1940 — Oct. 14, 1940)
  • 3 games (Sept. 5, 1936 — Sept. 19, 1936)
Winless Streak
Overall
  • 4 games (Sept. 30, 1939 — Oct. 14, 1939)
  • 4 games (Oct. 16, 1937 — Sept. 5, 1938)
  • 3 games (Oct. 5, 1940 — Oct. 14, 1940)
Home
  • 3 games (Oct. 10, 1936 — Sept. 11, 1937)
  • 2 games (Oct. 6, 1939 — Oct. 9, 1939)
Visitor
  • 4 games (Oct. 16, 1937 — Sept. 5, 1938)
  • 3 games (Sept. 16, 1940 — Oct. 14, 1940)
  • 3 games (Sept. 5, 1936 — Sept. 19, 1936)

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