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Edmonton Huskies


Edmonton Huskies

Edmonton Huskies
City Edmonton, Alberta
League Canadian Junior Football League
Division Prairie Football Conference
Founded 1947
Colours Black & Huskies Gold
Home field Clarke Stadium

The Edmonton Huskies are a Canadian Junior Football team based in Edmonton, Alberta. The Huskies play in the six-team Prairie Football Conference, which itself is part of the Canadian Junior Football League (CJFL) and competes annually for the national title known as the Canadian Bowl. The Huskies were founded in 1947.

On October 30, 2004 the Huskies beat the Okanagan Sun 24-7 to win the Canadian Bowl. The very next year, the Huskies went on to beat the South Fraser Rams and then the St. Leonard Cougars to again win the national championship.

In the 1960s the Huskies won 3 National Championships in a row.

On October 9, 2011, the Huskies ended their 31-game losing streak, defeating the Saskatoon Hilltops 31-22.[1]


  • Coaching Staff 1
  • Board of Directors 2
  • External links 3
  • References 4

Coaching Staff

Head Coach- Iain Mac Lean

Offensive Coordinator- Aaron Holba

Defensive Coordinator- Sammy Okpro

Runningbacks Coach- John Belmont

Offensive Line Coach- Bryan Marshall

Defensive Line Coach- Rob Brown

Defensive Backs Coach- Sammy Okpro

Linebackers Coach- Eric Theroux

Receivers Coach- Danny Diaz

Quarterbacks Coach- Dan McDermid

Special Teams Coach- Neil Mac Lean

Board of Directors

President - Curtis Craig

General Manager - Bob Bula

Alumni Inquiries - Mike Eurchuk

External links

  • Edmonton Huskies homepage
  • Canadian Junior Football League


  1. ^ "Hilltops let streak end, while Huskies halt 0-31 skid". Daniel Nugent-Bowman. Retrieved October 11, 2011. 

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