|Date of birth||1916|
|Place of birth||Toronto, Ontario, Canada|
|Date of death||July 1, 2003 (aged 86–87)|
|Place of death||Toronto, Ontario, Canada|
|Height||5 ft 9 in (175 cm)|
|Weight||175 lb (79 kg)|
|1942–1943||Toronto RCAF Hurricanes|
|Career highlights and awards|
|CFL All-Star||1939, 1942, 1945|
|Awards||1942 - Imperial Oil Trophy|
|Honours||Grey Cup champion - 1937, 38, 42, 47|
Stukus started with the Toronto Argonauts, winning a Grey Cup in 1937 and 1938, and being named an all-star. Perhaps his best season was in 1942, with the wartime all-military Toronto RCAF Hurricanes, when he was an all-star, won a third Grey Cup and was the Ontario Rugby Football Union Imperial Oil Trophy winner as MVP. He played with the Toronto Indians and then returned to the Argonauts in 1947, winning his fourth Grey Cup. He played 48 regular season and 17 playoff games for the Argos. He finished his career playing three seasons with the Edmonton Eskimos.
While serving in the RCAF during the war, he also had the good fortune to play in the famed Tea Bowl, where the Canadian Army football team defeated the American Army team 16-6 at White City Stadium on February 13, 1944 in London, England.
- "Births, Deaths, In Memoriam". Toronto Star. July 5, 2003. p. B7.
- CFL Veterans
- 2008 Toronto Argonauts Media Guide
- PLAYER #69 - BILL STUKUS (1936-41, 47)
- The coffee & tea bowls: football classics: Canada vs. the United States in wartime London as Spitfires fly cover.
- Home of the Game - 1938 "Seeing Red" by Garth Woolsey, Toronto Star, November 22, 2007