The 2006 BC Lions season was the 49th season for the team in the Canadian Football League and their 53rd overall. The Lions finished in first place in the West Division for a third consecutive season with a 13–5 record and won the 94th Grey Cup over the Montreal Alouettes. Lions quarterback Dave Dickenson was named the game's Most Valuable Player after completing 18 of 29 passes for 184 yards and rushing for 53 yards on six carries. Placekicker Paul McCallum tied a Grey Cup record by kicking six field goals en route to being named the Grey Cup's Most Valuable Canadian. The Lions won their fifth Grey Cup championship in franchise history and first since 2000 when they also defeated the Alouettes.
During the regular season, the Lions were dominant, led by slotback Geroy Simon who caught 105 passes for a club record 1856 yards and 15 touchdowns. Simon was named the league's Most Outstanding Player, becoming the fifth BC Lions player to win the award. Defensive end Brent Johnson was named the league's Most Outstanding Canadian and Most Outstanding Defensive Player, defensive tackle Aaron Hunt was named the league's Most Outstanding Rookie, and offensive tackle Rob Murphy was named the league's Most Outstanding Offensive Lineman. Defensive back Mark Washington was awarded the CFLPA's Outstanding Community Service Award and head coach Wally Buono won the Annis Stukus Trophy as the CFL's Coach of the Year, making it the third time he won the award. The only CFL major trophy not won by the Lions was the CFL's Most Outstanding Special Teams Award, won by Calgary Stampeders kicker Sandro DeAngelis. The Lions had 10 Western All-Stars and a league leading seven Western All-Stars.
2006 BC Lions Grey Cup Championship Ring
- Product Code: CFL 2006
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