The Calgary Altomah-Tigers became the Altomahs.
Regina Roughriders made history by playing in their fifth consecutive Grey Cup game. It was a record that would last 50 years, only surpassed by the 1977-1982 Edmonton Eskimos. It also marked the fifth straight defeat at the Grey Cup. The Hamilton Tigers took home their third Grey Cup in five years.
Regular season [ edit ]
Final regular season standings [ edit ]
Note: GP = Games Played, W = Wins, L = Losses, T = Ties, PF = Points For, PA = Points Against, Pts = Points
*Bold text means that they have clinched the playoffs.
* The Garrison team defaulted one game to each of the Winnipegs and St.John's
Saskatchewan Rugby Football Union
University of Saskatchewan Varsity
Moose Jaw Maroons
* Quakers defaulted final game of season to Varsity
League Champions [ edit ]
Grey Cup Playoffs [ edit ]
Note: All dates in 1932
SRFU Tie-Breaker [ edit ]
Regina advances to the MB/SK Semi-Final against the Winnipeg St.John's.
Semi-Finals [ edit ]
Hamilton advances to the East Final.
Calgary won the total-point series by 11–10. Calgary advances to the Western Final.
Regina advances to the Western Final.
Hamilton advances to the Grey Cup game.
Regina advances to the Grey Cup game.
Playoff Bracket [ edit ]
Grey Cup Final
University of Toronto
University of Toronto
St. John's College
Grey Cup Championship [ edit ]
1932 Eastern (Combined IRFU & ORFU) All-Stars selected by Canadian Press [ edit ]
NOTE: During this time most players played both ways, so the All-Star selections do not distinguish between some offensive and defensive positions.
Don Young, McGill University HB -
Frank Turville, Hamilton Tigers HB -
Gord Perry, Montreal AAA Winged Wheelers HB -
Wally Masters, Ottawa Rough Riders QB -
Hal Baysinger, Montreal AAA Winged Wheelers C -
Lou Newton, Montreal AAA Winged Wheelers G -
Alex Denman, Hamilton Tigers G -
Pete Jotkus, Montreal AAA Winged Wheelers T -
Brian Timmis, Hamilton Tigers T -
Dave Sprague, Hamilton Tigers E -
Jimmy Keith, Toronto Argonauts E -
Henri Garbarino, Montreal AAA Winged Wheelers Coach - Frank Shaughnessy, McGill University
This was the first NOTE: Canadian Press eastern all-star selection.
References [ edit ]