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1922 in Canadian football
Playoffs
East Champions Queen's University
West Champions Edmonton Elks
10th Grey Cup
ChampionsQueen's University
  1921 Canadian Football Seasons 1923  

Canadian Football News in 1922

The Edmonton Eskimos were renamed the Edmonton Elks.

Contents

Regular season

Final regular season standings

Note: GP = Games Played, W = Wins, L = Losses, T = Ties, PF = Points For, PA = Points Against, Pts = Points

Interprovincial Rugby Football Union [1]
TeamGPWLTPFPAPts
Toronto Argonauts 65011102411
Hamilton Tigers 631250438
Montreal AAA 624043564
Ottawa Rough Riders 6051231031
Ontario Rugby Football Union [2]
TeamGPWLTPFPAPts
Parkdale Rowing Club 6600832812
Toronto Varsity Orfuns624058584
Hamilton Rowing Club413030582
St. Brigids 413023492
Intercollegiate Rugby Football Union [2]
TeamGPWLTPFPAPts
Queen's University 431048486
Varsity Blues 4310108246
McGill Redmen 4040181032

*Bold text means that they have clinched the playoffs

Manitoba Rugby Football Union
TeamGPWLTPFPAPts
Winnipeg Victorias440059248
University of Manitoba Varsity413041502
Winnipeg Tammany Tigers413029552
Saskatchewan Rugby Football Union
TeamGPWLTPFPAPts
Regina City League
Regina Rugby Club440010428
Regina Boat Club404021040
Saskatoon City Championship
Saskatoon Quakers1100902
University of Saskatchewan Varsity1010090
Alberta Rugby Football Union
TeamGPWLTPFPAPts
Edmonton Elks 22005614
Edmonton Harlequins20201560

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League Champions

Football UnionLeague Champion
IRFU Toronto Argonauts
WCRFU Edmonton Elks
CIRFU Queen's University
ORFU Toronto Parkdale
MRFU Winnipeg Victorias
SRFU Regina Rugby Club
ARFU Edmonton Elks [5]

Grey Cup Playoffs

Note: All dates in 1922

SRFU Playoff

DateAwayHome
October 28Saskatoon Quakers 5Regina Rugby Club 7

I.C.R.F.L Final

DateAwayHome
November 18 Queen's University 12 Toronto Varsity Blues 6

Western Semi-Final

DateAwayHome
November 6 Regina Rugby Club 8 Edmonton Elks 13

Western Final

DateAwayHome
November 11 Winnipeg Victorias 6 Edmonton Elks 19

East Semi-Final

DateAwayHome
November 18 Toronto Parkdale Rowing Club 1 Toronto Argonauts 20

East Final

DateAwayHome
November 25 Queen's University 12 Toronto Argonauts 11

Playoff Bracket

Quarter FinalsSemi FinalsGrey Cup Final
         
CIRFU Queen's University 12
CIRFU University of Toronto 6
CIRFU Queen's University 12
EAST
IRFU Toronto Argonauts 11
IRFU Toronto Argonauts 20
ORFU Toronto Parkdale 1
CIRFU Queen's University 13
ARFU Edmonton Elks 1
MRFU Winnipeg Victorias
BYE
MRFU Winnipeg Victorias 1
WEST
ARFU Edmonton Elks 19
SRFU Regina Rugby Club 8
ARFU Edmonton Elks 13

Grey Cup Championship

December 2

10th Annual Grey Cup Game: Richardson Memorial Stadium - Kingston, Ontario

Edmonton Elks 1 Queen's University 13
Queen's University are the 1922 Grey Cup Champions

1922 Toronto Globe Eastern All-Stars

NOTE: During this time most players played both ways, so the All-Star selections do not distinguish between some offensive and defensive positions.

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References

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  8. "Edmonton Eskimos Defeat Winnipeg Gridders 19-6". Regina Morning Leader. November 13, 1922.