Doug Maitland

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Doug Maitland
Date of birth: June 25, 1922
Place of birth: Laval, Quebec
Date of death: August 28, 2006
Career information
Position(s): HB
Organizations
As player:
1945
1946-49
Montreal Hornets
Montreal Alouettes
Career highlights and awards
Honors: 1949 - Grey Cup Champion

Doug Maitland was a Grey Cup champion Canadian Football League player. He played halfback.

A native of suburban Montreal, Maitland began his pro career in 1945 with the Montreal Hornets and played with the inaugural Montreal Alouettes team in 1946.[1] He was part of the Larks first Grey Cup championship.[2] He played 38 games for the Als over 4 seasons.[3]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Alouettes Entrain, Saskatoon Star-Phoenix, August 28, 1946
  2. ^ Montreal Alouettes Pack Power, Passing, Speed Ottawa Citizen, November 23, 1949
    NOTE: Maitland played 7 games during the 1949 season, but did not dress for the Grey Cup game.
  3. ^ CFLAPEDIA entry - Doug Maitland