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Montreal Alouettes' Kyries Hebert celebrates after intercepting the ball during second half CFL football action against the Saskatchewan Roughriders in Montreal, Sunday, September 16, 2012. (The Canadian Press)

Montreal Alouettes' Kyries Hebert celebrates after intercepting the ball during second half CFL football action against the Saskatchewan Roughriders in Montreal, Sunday, September 16, 2012.

(The Canadian Press)

Three Alouettes capture weekly CFL honours Add to ...

Quarterback Bo Levi Mitchell, who guided the Calgary Stampeders to victory in his debut as a CFL starter, was named the offensive player of the week Wednesday.

Mitchell was 29-of-33 passing for 376 yards and three TDs in a 37-24 win over the Winnipeg Blue Bombers. Mitchell also ran six times for 12 yards.

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Montreal linebacker Kyries Hebert was named the top defensive player. He had 10 tackles and two sacks in the Alouettes’ 32-27 win over Edmonton and has a league-high seven sacks this season.

Teammate Sean Whyte was the top special-teams player. The Alouettes kicker hit all six of his field goals against Edmonton.

Alouettes linebacker Shea Emry was named the top Canadian. The native of Richmond, B.C., had two interceptions against Edmonton, returning one 21 yards for a touchdown.

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