Montreal Alouettes - All-Time Players - Montreal Alouettes

The following are the best all-time Montreal Alouettes Football Players with a little biography.
AH YOU, JUNIOR, Elected as a player, March 25, 1997. He played his entire career as a defensive end with the Montreal Alouettes from 1972-81, and appeared in five Grey Cup games and on two championship-winning teams.

ETCHEVERRY, SAM, Elected as a Player, November 28, 1969. The Rifle, as he was known, set assorted passing records in nine seasons with the Montreal Alouettes. In seven years of recorded statistics, he passed for 25,582 yards and 174 touchdowns, winning the Schenley Award in 1954 and the Jeff Russell Trophy in 1954 and 1958.

HARRIS, DICKIE, Elected as a player 1999. He spent his 10-year CFL career with powerful Montreal Alouettes teams of the 1970s, when he was named an all-star seven times and won the league's most outstanding defensive player award in 1979. Harris, who intercepted a club-record 38 passes, was also one of the top kick returners of his era.

PATTERSON, HAL, Elected as a Player, November 25, 1971. Prince Hal possessed a lot of charisma and provided 14 unbelievable seasons for CFL fans. After playing with Montreal from 1953 to 1960, he was traded to last-place Hamilton and the gifted receiver helped put them into the Grey Cup Game in 1961-62-63-64-65. He scored 75 TDs in his splendid career.

DALLA RIVA, PETER, Elected as a player on June 26, 1993. This tight end led the team in receiving 5 seasons and is the franchise's all-time leader in TD catches; 2nd in receptions and yardage; 3rd in TDs scored and 5th in scoring. His play earned him All-Star honours in 1972, 1975 and 1976 and All-Canadian honours in 1972, 1973 and 1975. He played in six Grey Cup games, winning three.