Leo Blanchard

Leo Blanchard (born March 12, 1955, in Edmonton, Alberta) is a former professional Canadian football offensive lineman who played between 1979 and 1991 in the Canadian Football League, mainly for the Edmonton Eskimos, but also for the Calgary Stampeders. Blanchard grew up in Edmonton, and did not play football in high school. Blanchard played Canadian university football for the Alberta Golden Bears between 1977-78. He played for the Eskimos from 1979-87. He was named CFL All-Star every year from 1982 to 1986 and was a part of five Grey Cup championship teams with the Eskimos. He later worked as offensive line coach for the junior Victoria Rebels.

Edmonton Eskimos 67th Grey Cup Champions
  • 1 Warren Moon
  • 7 Pete Lavorato
  • 8 Hank Ilesic
  • 10 Bruce Lemmerman
  • 12 Tom Wilkinson
  • 13 Larry Highbaugh
  • 15 Stuart Lang
  • 20 Tom Towns
  • 21 Don Warrington
  • 22 Tom Scott
  • 23 Angelo Santucci
  • 24 Ed Jones
  • 25 Jim Germany
  • 26 Dave Cutler
  • 27 Marco Cyncar
  • 28 Greg Butler
  • 29 Joe Hollimon
  • 30 Dale Potter
  • 34 Ian Bryans
  • 37 Emilio Fraietta
  • 42 Danny Kepley
  • 45 Dave Zacharko
  • 53 Bob Howes
  • 55 Ron Estay
  • 56 Ted Milian
  • 57 Eric Upton
  • 59 Leo Blanchard
  • 61 Jimmy Walker
  • 62 Bill Stevenson
  • 63 Hector Pothier
  • 64 David Boone
  • 65 Dave Fennell
  • 67 Michael Wilson
  • 69 York Hentschel
  • 70 Brian Kelly
  • 71 Waddell Smith
  • 72 John Konihowski
  • 77 Brian Fryer
Edmonton Eskimos 68th Grey Cup Champions
  • 1 Warren Moon
  • 7 Pete Lavorato
  • 8 Hank Ilesic
  • 9 Brian Broomell
  • 12 Tom Wilkinson
  • 13 Larry Highbaugh
  • 14 Maurice Burton
  • 15 Stuart Lang
  • 18 Mike McLeod
  • 20 Tom Towns
  • 21 Don Warrington
  • 22 Tom Scott
  • 23 Angelo Santucci
  • 24 Ed Jones
  • 25 Jim Germany
  • 26 Dave Cutler
  • 28 Greg Butler
  • 29 Joe Hollimon
  • 30 Dale Potter
  • 32 Neil Lumsden
  • 37 Emilio Fraietta
  • 38 Harry Walters
  • 40 James Parker
  • 42 Danny Kepley
  • 44 Mark Wald
  • 53 Bob Howes
  • 55 Ron Estay
  • 56 Ted Milian
  • 57 Eric Upton
  • 59 Leo Blanchard
  • 62 Bill Stevenson
  • 63 Hector Pothier
  • 64 David Boone
  • 65 Dave Fennell
  • 67 Michael Wilson
  • 69 York Hentschel
  • 70 Brian Kelly
  • 72 John Konihowski
  • 73 Randy Simmrin
  • 74 Ernest Pough
  • 75 Danny Buggs
  • 77 Brian Fryer
  • 83 Waddell Smith
  • 95 Dan Kearns
  • Head Coach: Hugh Campbell
  • Assistant coaches: Dan Daniel
  • Joe Faragalli
  • Don Matthews
  • Cal Murphy
Edmonton Eskimos 69th Grey Cup Champions
  • 1 Warren Moon
  • 7 Pete Lavorato
  • 8 Hank Ilesic
  • 9 Brian Broomell
  • 12 Tom Wilkinson
  • 13 Larry Highbaugh
  • 15 Stuart Lang
  • 18 Mike McLeod
  • 20 Tom Towns
  • 22 Tom Scott
  • 23 Angelo Santucci
  • 24 Ed Jones
  • 25 Jim Germany
  • 26 Dave Cutler
  • 27 Marco Cyncar
  • 28 Gary Hayes
  • 29 Joe Hollimon
  • 30 Dale Potter
  • 31 Sean Kehoe
  • 32 Neil Lumsden
  • 34 John Pointer
  • 37 Emilio Fraietta
  • 40 James Parker
  • 42 Danny Kepley
  • 44 Mark Wald
  • 53 Bob Howes
  • 54 Ken Walter
  • 55 Ron Estay
  • 56 Ted Milian
  • 57 Eric Upton
  • 59 Leo Blanchard
  • 62 Bill Stevenson
  • 63 Hector Pothier
  • 64 David Boone
  • 65 Dave Fennell
  • 70 Brian Kelly
  • 71 Waddell Smith
  • 75 Bill Manchuk
  • 77 Brian Fryer
  • 95 Dan Kearns
  • Head Coach: Hugh Campbell
  • Assistant coaches: Dan Daniel
  • Bruce Lemmerman
  • Don Matthews
  • Cal Murphy
Edmonton Eskimos 70th Grey Cup Champions
  • 1 Warren Moon
  • 4 Wendell Williams
  • 8 Hank Ilesic
  • 10 Michael Williams
  • 11 Cliff Olander
  • 13 Larry Highbaugh
  • 18 Mike McLeod
  • 20 Tom Towns
  • 22 Tom Scott
  • 23 Angelo Santucci
  • 24 Ed Jones
  • 25 Jim Germany
  • 26 Dave Cutler
  • 27 Marco Cyncar
  • 28 Gary Hayes
  • 29 Joe Hollimon
  • 30 Dale Potter
  • 31 Sean Kehoe
  • 32 Neil Lumsden
  • 36 Nereo Bolzon
  • 37 Emilio Fraietta
  • 38 Greg Marshall
  • 40 James Parker
  • 42 Danny Kepley
  • 53 Dan Butcher
  • 54 Ken Walter
  • 55 Ron Estay
  • 56 Ted Milian
  • 57 Eric Upton
  • 59 Leo Blanchard
  • 62 Bill Stevenson
  • 63 Hector Pothier
  • 64 David Boone
  • 65 Dave Fennell
  • 67 Rod Connop
  • 68 Harry Doering
  • 70 Brian Kelly
  • 71 Waddell Smith
  • 73 Mike Levenseller
  • 75 Bill Manchuk
  • 77 Brian Fryer
  • 78 Ralph Dixon
  • 79 Mark de Brueys
  • 88 Tom Tuinei
  • 95 Dan Kearns
  • Head Coach: Hugh Campbell
  • Assistant coaches: Gene Gaines
  • Bruce Lemmerman
  • Don Matthews
  • Cal Murphy
Edmonton Eskimos 75th Grey Cup Champions
  • 2 Gizmo Williams
  • 3 Tom Dixon
  • 4 Jerry Kauric
  • 5 Stanley Blair
  • 6 Cliff Toney
  • 8 Tracy Ham
  • 9 Damon Allen
  • 11 Junior Robinson
  • 15 Laurent DesLauriers
  • 16 Matt Dunigan
  • 20 Don Wilson
  • 22 Blake Marshall
  • 23 Mark Norman
  • 24 Steve Benjamin
  • 25 Tom Richards
  • 27 Marco Cyncar
  • 28 Ron Howard
  • 29 Mike Thurman
  • 30 Danny Bass
  • 32 Tony Spoletini
  • 33 Rick House
  • 34 Milson Jones
  • 35 Chris Skinner
  • 36 Stewart Hill
  • 38 Brian Warren
  • 43 Craig Shaffer
  • 45 Mike McLean
  • 47 Larry Wruck
  • 49 Frank Balkovec
  • 50 Blake Dermott
  • 51 Bruce Green
  • 59 Leo Blanchard
  • 62 Bill Stevenson
  • 63 Hector Pothier
  • 66 Trevor Bowles
  • 67 Rod Connop
  • 68 Rudy Phillips
  • 70 Brian Kelly
  • 75 John Mandarich
  • 78 Stephen Jones
  • 83 Chris Johnstone
  • 88 Tom Tuinei
  • 89 Steve Howlett
  • 90 Greg McCormick
  • 92 James Zachery
  • 94 Lloyd Mumphrey
  • 95 Dan Kearns
  • 98 Gary Palumbis
  • Head Coach: Joe Faragalli
  • Assistant coaches: Gary Durchik
  • Steve Goldman
  • Mike Roach
  • Doug Sams
  • Don Sutherin
  • General Manager: Hugh Campbell

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