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Regular Season All-Time Records
Most Convert Attempts, All-Time Regular Season:
1,048 Lui Passaglia B.C. (1976-2000)
834 Mark McLoughlin Calgary, B.C. (1988-2003, 2005)
738 Troy Westwood Winnipeg (1991-2007)

 

Most Converts, All-Time Regular Season:
1,045 Lui Passaglia B.C. (1976-2000)
826 Mark McLoughlin Calgary, B.C. (1988-2003, 2005)
736 Troy Westwood Winnipeg (1991-2007)

 

Most Consecutive Converts, Regular Season:
661 Troy Westwood Winnipeg (1993-2007)
566 Paul McCallum Ottawa, Saskatchewan, B.C. (1993-2008)
560 Lui Passaglia B.C. (1983-1995)

 

Most Converts, Regular Season:
80 Mark McLoughlin Calgary (1994)
77 Mike Vanderjagt Toronto (1997)
76 Lance Chomyc Toronto (1990)

 

Most Converts, Regular Season Game:
9 Bill Bewley Montreal (vs. Hamilton, Oct. 20, 1956)
9 Trevor Kennerd Winnipeg (vs. Ottawa, Sept. 7, 1984)
9 Lance Chomyc Toronto (vs. Calgary, Sept. 20, 1990)
9 Jim Crouch Sacramento (vs. B.C., Nov. 6, 1993)
9 Paul McCallum B.C. (vs. Shreveport, Aug. 27, 1994)
9 Sean Fleming Edmonton (vs. Shreveport, July 15, 1995)
9 Mike Vanderjagt Toronto (at Winnipeg, Sept. 7, 1997)
9 Paul Osbaldiston
Hamilton (vs. Winnipeg, Sept. 18, 1999)

 

Most Two-Point Converts, All-Time Regular Season:
5 Peter Dalla Riva Montreal (1968-1981)
5 Nick Arakgi Montreal, Winnipeg, Ottawa (1979-1988)
5 Damon Allen Edmonton, Ottawa, Hamilton, Memphis, B.C., Toronto (1985-2004)

 

Most Two-Point Converts, Regular Season:
4 Peter Dalla Riva Montreal (1975)
4 Nick Arakgi Montreal (1984)
3 Bob LaRose Winnipeg (1975)
3 Lawrie Skolrood Hamilton (1978)
3 Damon Allen B.C. (1999)

 

Most Two-Point Converts, Regular Season Game:
2 Jim McMillan Hamilton (vs. Montreal, July 23, 1975)
2 Tyrone Walls Edmonton (at Ottawa, Sept. 17, 1975)
2 Bob LaRose Winnipeg (at Edmonton, Oct. 26, 1975)
2 Mike Murphy Ottawa (at Edmonton, Aug. 26, 1980)
2 Darrell Smith Calgary (at Edmonton, Sept. 26, 1982)
2 Nick Arakgi Montreal (vs. Hamilton, June 30, 1984)
2 Jay Christensen B.C. (at Toronto, Sept. 1, 1990)
2 Michael Clemons Toronto (vs. Edmonton, Aug. 14, 1997)
RankNameSchoolPos.
1 Brett Boyko UNLV OL
2 Alex Mateas UCONN OL
3 Daryl Waud Western DL
4 Tyler Varga Yale RB
5 Nic Demski Manitoba WR
6 Sean McEwen Calgary OL
7 Sukh Chungh Calgary OL
8 Danny Groulx Laval OL
9 Addison Richards Regina WR
10 Jacob Ruby Richmond OL
 
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