Here is the team selected by voters:
RECEIVER -- MILT STEGALL*, 1995-2008:
Milt Stegall finished his CFL career as the all-time leader in receiving yards with 15,153 (since surpassed by Geroy Simon). One CFL record that should stand for a long time is the 147 touchdowns Stegall scored in his career. Winner of the MOP.
KEN PLOEN* 1957-67:
Every conversation on the greatest Blue Bomber -- not just QB -- includes this icon, legend, hall of famer. Other pivots threw harder, but all Ploen did was win games in the summer (82, most as a Bomber QB) and championships in the fall (four Grey Cups). Such a gifted athlete, he was also an all-star defensive back in 1959.
A nine-time All-Canadian, Walby is arguably the greatest offensive lineman in CFL history. A hometown product, 'Bluto' brought a fiery intensity to the trenches and a levity to the locker-room. Was twice named the league's top O-lineman, in 1987 and 1993.
Voted the CFL's top defensive player in 1990 and 1991, Battle is the Bombers all-time leader in tackles and fumble recoveries. He wasn't gregarious and camera-friendly like teammates Tyrone Jones and James West, but was a difference-maker on the field.
An all-star QB in college -- he won the Hec Crighton Award at Acadia in 1977 as the top player in Canadian college football -- Cameron was cut several times by a number of teams before landing in Winnipeg. He hasn't left since. Durable and consistent, Cameron was a four-time CFL All-Star who was named the top Canadian in the 1988 Grey Cup.
LEO LEWIS* 1955-66:
Lewis is legend as a running back in these parts. What is often forgotten is how dangerous he was as a returner. Still holds the second-highest career kickoff-return average in CFL history at 29.1 yards (Larry Highbaugh is first overall at 35.2) and ranks fourth overall in yardage.
RUNNING BACK LEO LEWIS* 1955-66:
The 'Lincoln Locomotive' was one of the best all-round players to ever don a Blue Bombers uniform. Lewis ranks second in rushing with 8,861 yards rushing and was also a threat as a pass receiver; his 4,251 yards is the best by a Winnipeg running back. During his time in Winnipeg, Lewis also served as a backup quarterback and a placekicker in emergency situations.
It often required two players to stop Doug Brown from getting to the quarterback. Brown ranks first among Winnipeg defensive linemen with 426 tackles and second with 52 sacks. He was also named to the CFL All-Star team seven times in his career.
Opposing quarterbacks feared throwing the ball in the direction of Rod Hill. Hill intercepted a team record 47 passes in just five seasons with the Blue Bombers. His best day was Sept. 9, 1990 when he picked off a CFL record five picks in a game against Hamilton. Hill was also a specialist at blocking punts; he sits third on the all-time CFL list with eight blocked kicks in his career. Hill added another two blocked punts in playoff action. A two-time Grey Cup champion.
* -- Indicates member of Canadian Football Hall of Fame.