They have won 4. One in 1966, one in 1989, one in 2007, and one in 2013.
The youngest player I can recall ever to play in the Canadian Football League was Hank Ilesic. He was a 17 year old punter for the Edmonton Eskimos. His football career lasted more than 20 years, including a year in the NFL with San Diego. Copy and pase this website in your browser for more information on Hank Ilesic. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hank_Ilesic
Not enough for player of the month
630 CHED am..........................but what about the frequency if you are overseas?
Only in the 2008 playoffs. The CFL has an East and a West division, comprising 4 teams apiece. The team with the best regular season record in each division automatically gains a berth in their division final, while the 2nd and 3rd place teams play off in the division semi-final. If the 4th place team from either division has a better regular season record than the 3rd place team from the opposite division, that team "crosses over" to play in that division's semi-final. This means that any two teams in the league can potentially meet one another in the Grey Cup Championship game. To use the 2008 example, although Edmonton (10-8) finished in 4th place in the CFL West division in 2008, their overall record was better than that of Toronto (4-14) who finished 3rd in the East. As per the CFL playoff format, Edmonton "crossed over" to play 2nd place East team Winnipeg (8-10) in the East semi-final. They won that game, but lost to the Montreal Alouettes in the East final. Had Edmonton defeated Montreal in the East final, it could have set up an all-West (indeed, all-Alberta) Grey Cup game, as the Calgary later earned a berth in the Grey Cup by defeating B.C. in the West final.
Edmonton hosted the Grey Cup in 1984, 1997 and 2002.
The Eskimos only played in the 2002 game but lost to Montreal 25-16.
Edmonton Eskimos defensive line in the mid to late 70's. Dave Fennell, David Boone, Ron Estay, Bill Stevenson.
Inuit did not use ice. They used sod and wooden beams that they cut. The typical traditional inuit 'house' used sod, wood, rocks, and whatever else they wanted to put into it. But now they live in regular houses.
Some corporate partners, or sponsors, of the Edmonton Eskimos include Bet365, Molson Canadian, Nissan, Scotiabank, and Telus. For a full list of all of the Edmonton Eskimo's sponsors you can visit their official website.
Placekickers - Dave Cutler, Tom Dixon, Jerry Kauric. Punters - Hank Ilesic, Zenon Andrusyshyn, Paul Hickie, John Evans, Tom Dixon, Jerry Kauric.