Tony Pajaczkowski

Inducted in 1988

Visit Tony Pajaczkowski's Wikipedia Page

Amateur Team: Verdun Shamcats

Tony Pajaczkowski was widely recognized for his desire, strength and brute ability. “Paj” was always in top physical condition and was a great motivator.

       In Pajaczkowski’s second year, he was moved over to guard by coach Jack Hennemier. Paj was initially reluctant to make the change, but through hard work he became one of the all-time greats at that position.

       Tony Pajaczkowski was Calgary’s Nominee for the Schenley Most Outstanding Canadian Award three times. After being runner-up in 1960, he won the award in 1961.


Visit Tony Pajaczkowski's Wikipedia Page

Amateur Team: Verdun Shamcats



Playing Career
Calgary Stampeders
1955 - 1965
Montreal Alouettes
1966, 1967

Awards/Honours

—All-Western / All-Eastern Guard
1960, 1962 - 1966

—All-Western Defensive End
1961

—All-Canadian Guard
1962 - 1965

—Schenley Award for Most Outstanding Canadian
1961


Class of 1988
—Royal Copeland
—Ed McQuarters
—Tony Pajaczkowski
—Ralph Sazio