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Final 1996 Standings

Division champions (*) and other playoff qualifiers (†) are noted. Number of seasons listed after each head coach refers to latest tenure with club through 1996 season.

East Division

 WLTPtsPFPAPct
*Toronto153030556359.833
†Montreal126024534469.667
†Hamilton810016426576.444
Ottawa31506353524.167
1996 Head Coaches: Tor—Don Matthews (1st); Mon—Bob Price (1st); Ham—Don Sutherin (3rd); Ott—replaced Jim Gilstrap (2nd, 0-2) with John Payne (3-13) on July 4.
1995 North Div. standings: 1. Calgary (15-3); 2. Edmonton (13-5); 3. B.C. Lions (10-8); 4. Hamilton (8-10); 5. Winnipeg (7-11); 6. Saskatchewan (6-12); 7. Toronto (4-14); Ottawa (3-15).

West Division

 WLTPtsPFPAPct
*Calgary135026608365.722
†Edmonton117022459354.611
†Winnipeg99018420496.500
British Columbia513010410485.278
Saskatchewan513010360498.278
1996 Head Coaches: Calg—Wally Buono (7th season); Edm—Ron Lancaster (6th); Win—Cal Murphy (5th); BC—Joe Paopao (1st); Sask—Jim Daley (1st)
1995 South Div. standings: 1. Baltimore (15-3); 2. San Antonio (12-6); 3. Birmingham (10-8); 4. Memphis (9-9); 5. Shreveport (5-13).

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