Paul Lambert

Paul Lambert was born in Montreal, but was raised mainly in Calgary where he got his start in football.  From there, Lambert won a football scholarship to play at Western Michigan.  Lambert was drafted in the third round of the 2000 CFL College Draft by the Hamilton Tiger-Cats where he played two seasons (2001 and 2002).  After the 2002 season, Lambert became a free agent and signed with his home town team, the Alouettes where he would play eight seasons  (2003-2010) before being released and retiring.  Lamber won two East All-Stars at Guard (2004 and 2008) as well as a CFL All-Star in 2004.  Beside playing Guard, Lambert also filled in at Center if Brian Chiu was injured.  After Chiu retired following the 2009 season, Lambert was scheduled to take over at Center, but an injury ended his 2010 season early and he retired following the season. Montreal won three Grey Cups during Lambert's tenure with the team (2002, 2009 and 2010).  Lambert didn't leave football behind when he stopped playing the game as he has joined the McGill Redmen as an offensive line coach.

Paul Lambert in Wikipedia

Lambert Weighs His Options - Agrees to Join McGill as Coach - January 28, 2011

Year Team GP
2001 HAM 18
2002 HAM 18
2003 MON 16
2004 MON 18
2005 MON 16
2006 MON 18
2007 MON 16
2008 MON 18
2009 MON 13
2010 MON


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