Angelo Raffin

Angelo Raffin was born in San Lorenzo, Italy where football is that game with the round, black and white ball.  An offensive tackle, Raffin played seven games for the Montreal Alouettes in 1970, filling in for an injured Barry Randall and helping the Als to their first Grey Cup victory sine 1949. Offensive linemen don't get their hands on the ball very often, but Raffin did record one kickoff return that season. In 1971, Raffin had a 5 day tryout with the Ottawa Rough Riders, but did not dress for any regular season games with them.  Raffin did play one game for the Toronto Argnonauts in later in 1971.

Raffn Filled in for Injured Barry Randall - November 23, 1970

Raffin on Five Day Trial with Ottawa - July 28, 1971

Gotta Still Looking at Raffin - August 2, 1971


Year Team GP KOR Yds Avg TD Long
1970 MON 7 0 0 0 0 0
1971 TOR 1 0 0 0 0 0


Angelo Raffin 1970

1970 Montreal Alouettes

Montreal Alouettes - 1970 Grey Cup Champions - Raffin is #60, top row, fourth from the left