Larry Robinson

Inducted in 1998

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College Team: Mount Royal College
Larry Robinson was a tremendous all around player, beginning as a receiver, later switching to the defensive safety position, and then eventually becoming an excellent place kicker.

       A prolific scorer, he was the first player to score 1,000 points in the CFL. Fans well remember his dramatic field goal in a Regina blizzard to secure the Calgary Stampeders Western final victory in 1970.

       He never missed a game in his 14 seasons with Calgary.

       Larry Robinson was a recipient of the President’s Award in 1972 as the Calgary Stampeders Most Valuable Player, and is also a member of the Stampeders Wall of Fame.


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College Team: Mount Royal College



Playing Career
Calgary Stampeders
1961 - 1975

Awards/Honours

—Dr. Beattie Martin Trophy
1961

—Most Outstanding Canadian in the West Division
1964, 1965

—Dave Dryburgh Memorial Trophy
1964, 1965

—Grey Cup Participation
1968, 1970, 1971

—Grey Cup Winning Teams
1971


Class of 1998
—Dave Cutler
—Joe Poplawski
—Larry Robinson
—Tom Scott
—Bernie Custis