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
Career history
As player
1945 Montreal Hornets
1946–49 Montreal Alouettes
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]


  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