Preseason Week 1
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The Stampeders were victorious in their pre-season debut on Tuesday evening with a 23-18 triumph at McMahon Stadium over the visiting BC Lions. A Jacobi Green rushing major, a Reggie Begeleton touchdown catch and a Derek Wiggan fumble recovery in the endzone paced the Red and White in the divisional tune-up affair. “I’ve worked them quite hard for training camp,” said head coach Dave Dickenson as he addressed the media moments after the final whistle. “I felt like because we have the two ...
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The Calgary Stampeders concluded their pre-season schedule with a 2-0 record thanks to a one-point road win against the Edmonton Eskimos from The Brick Field at Commonwealth Stadium on Sunday night. All four quarterbacks took snaps for the visitors and seven Stampeders registered at least one rushing attempt in the 36-35 victory. When the action got underway, a two-and-out by the Stamps was followed up by an abbreviated offensive series for the Esks as Micah Johnson wrestled Mike Reilly to ...
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In their Week 1 matchup from Ottawa, the Calgary Stampeders kicked off their 2017 season by settling for an action-packed 31-31 tie with the RedBlacks. A deadlock at the half was a sign of things to come as two periods of extra time were required at TD Place Stadium, yet still did create any separation. In 51 career regular-season starts, Bo Levi Mitchell’s career record now sits at 43-7-2 after going 31-of-48 for 376 yards and two touchdowns. “It feels very, very eerie to last year,” said ...
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With a 43-39 win over the out-of-town Ottawa RedBlacks, the Stampeders earned their first victory of the season in their 2017 home-opener. The Stamps have now strung together 13 consecutive victories in the regular season and playoffs at McMahon Stadium and remain undefeated in their four-game history versus Ottawa on home-field. “Every time I thought we had a little distance and we kind of had a chance to separate ourselves, they came right back,” said head coach Dave Dickenson. “Give ...
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On the road at Investors Group Field, the Calgary Stampeders beat the Winnipeg Blue Bombers by a score of 29-10 to improve to 2-0-1 on the season. With tonight’s win, Bo Levi Mitchell now sports a 17-0-2 record in his last 19 regular-season starts. As for his counterpart, Matt Nichols dropped to 0-7 in his career against the Red and White. Calgary has not lost at the home of the Blue and Gold since 2009 and has outlasted Winnipeg in 17 of their last 18 meetings overall. A Shaquille ...
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From Montreal’s Percival Molson Stadium, the Alouettes outlasted the Calgary Stampeders 30-23 in a back-and-forth affair on Friday night. Five field goals via the foot of Rene Paredes were supplemented with just a single Stamps TD, whereas the Alouettes found pay dirt on four separate occasions. “We preach in training camp that we need to score touchdowns,” explained head coach Dave Dickenson during his post-game media availability. “We were inside the 10 (-yard line) twice there early and ...
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The Stampeders maintained their winning ways at home with a 27-10 triumph over the Saskatchewan Roughriders Saturday night. The Red and White improved to 3-1-1 on the season, while the loss dropped the Riders to 1-3. Calgary has not dropped a date in front of their fans since October 2015, and was led on this particular occasion by the likes of Jerome Messam (28 carries, 135 rushing yards) and Kamar Jorden (eight receptions, 88 yards). “When you play with the lead you’re going to get more ...
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History was made at McMahon on Saturday night. And Quick Six was one tired horse when the evening was over! On Legacy Night in celebration of the 1992 Grey Cup champions, the 2017 version of the Stampeders scored their most points in a single game since 1994 and recorded the largest margin of victory (59) since the team was founded in 1945. “Obviously it was a good win for us,” said Dave Dickenson. “We thought it was a good opportunity in front of us. We had our ’92 team here and we wanted ...
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The Stamps remained in fine form on Thursday night while taking their show on the road. A 41-24 victory in Toronto caps a three-week period in which Calgary has outscored their opponents by a cumulative total of 128-35. Now with a bye to enjoy before travelling to BC on Aug. 18, the Stampeders are 5-1-1 and have at least temporarily taken over first place in the West. “I think it was a big win for us – the last two actually – (with) two East teams and you know you are going to be starting ...
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While the dominance dissipated, the result remained. After winning their past three games by a combined 93 points, the Calgary Stampeders held on for a 21-17 victory over the BC Lions to move into second place in the West Division with a 6-1-1 record. The Stampeders were able to overcome 16 penalties and a mere 15 pass completions to hold off the hometown Lions due in large part to Rene Paredes going five-for-five. “Our guys fought hard,” said head coach Dave Dickenson afterward. “It was ...
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Despite a slow start, the final team to remain perfect at home kept a good thing going on Saturday night. Moving to 4-0 at the friendly confines of McMahon Stadium, the Stamps improved to 7-1-1 overall and took over first place in the West Division with a 23-7 victory. Toronto dropped to 4-6. Quarterback Bo Levi Mitchell threw for 383 yards in the winning effort while Brandon Whitaker of the Argonauts had only six rushes for 15 yards. “There were some ups and downs and it was a little bit ...
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The Stampeders were off to the races in the early going during a Classic matchup at McMahon Stadium on a sunny, fan-filled Labour Day Monday. And they never looked back. Donning their black Outlaw uniforms as per Labour Day tradition, the Stamps posted nearly 98 rushing yards, totalled four pass knockdowns and forced three turnovers on the afternoon. Add that all up, and the Stamps retained their first-place position with a resounding 39-18 victory over their neighbours to the north and are ...
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After last week’s Labour Day victory over the Green and Gold, the Stamps denied of the Esks of redemption in the rematch on Saturday night. In the most dramatic fashion. From The Brick Field at Commonwealth Stadium, a hard-fought battle saw the Stampeders persevere to clinch the season-series with Edmonton and improve their record to 9-1-1 in 2017. Head coach Dave Dickenson is now an astonishing 24-3-2 since taking over on the sideline last year. “Nothing pretty about it in my ...
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Saturday night made it a Sweet Sixteen for the Red and White. The 27-13 win over the visiting BC Lions was Calgary’s 16th consecutive victory at McMahon Stadium, not to mention their eighth in a row overall. Through 12 tilts in 2017, the Stampeders are now an unmatched 10-1-1. Since 2013, they are an amazing 38-4 at home. “Everybody is playing great football and we have the best coaching staff in the league,” said quarterback Bo Levi Mitchell. “They always put us in the right positions and ...
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They may have scored their fewest points of the year, but it proved to be just enough to Ride on for their 10th triumph in a row over the Roughriders. With the scoreboard reading 15-9 when the final whistle was blown, Calgary improved upon their league-best record once again. The Stamps now find themselves at 11-1-1 and dealt the Riders their sixth loss in 12 games, all while earning the season-series against Saskatchewan. Bo Levi Mitchell – who remains undefeated against his Regina rivals ...
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Make it a perfect 10 in row: the Stamps simply refuse to lose. The Stampeders more than redeemed themselves for a Week 4 loss in Montreal by wiping out the Alouettes 59-11 at McMahon Stadium on Friday night and coming within four points of setting a new single-game franchise record. Now at 12-1-1, Calgary has won each of their last 17 home games and secured a 45-point margin of victory in front of their fans for the second time this year. The Red and White put up 60 against Hamilton back in ...
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With the game up for grabs, Kamar Jorden made of pair of them to rejuvenate the Stamps and Rene Paredes would take care of things from there. Calgary won its 12th straight meeting with the Hamilton Tiger-cats and moved to 3-0 all-time at Tim Hortons Field. An 11-game winning streak overall and a 16th win in a row following a regular-season bye were also achieved in the 28-25 victory on Friday night. The Stampeders finish their non-divisional schedule with a 6-1-1 record and are now 13-1-1 ...
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For the first time since Oct. 10, 2015, Calgary was unable to seal the deal at McMahon. The Stamps struggled all throughout the 30-7 defeat to the Roughriders and totaled their fewest points in a single outing since the regular-season finale in 2013. “It’s the way things work in the CFL and all pro sports – sometimes you have a stinker,” offered head coach Dave Dickenson, whose team is now 13-2-1. “I’ve been around them lots, but I didn’t see it coming tonight. I really didn’t. But we ...
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For the first time since the early going of the 2012 season, the Stamps are officially on a losing streak. With the 29-20 loss to the Eskimos on Saturday night, the Stampeders – who were previously 9-1 in their last 10 visits to Edmonton – have dropped two straight games for the first time since Weeks 2 and 3 of the 2012 season. Dave Dickenson had been 4-0 in his head-coaching career when matched up with the Esks and counterpart Jason Mass was winless in four meetings with the Stamps before ...
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In bitter winter conditions at McMahon Stadium, the Stamps fell 23-5 to the Winnipeg Blue Bombers and lost consecutive home games for the first time since 2009. They have now also lost three straight, their longest losing streak since 2007. Two defensive scores by the Bombers helped pave the way to victory. “Our effort is not in question,” stated head coach Dave Dickenson following the regular-season finale. “Our effort is good. It doesn’t matter though when you can’t execute anything, it ...
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Bring on the Argos. With 32-28 Western Final win over Edmonton Sunday at McMahon Stadium, the Stamps are off to Ottawa for the 105th Grey Cup presented by Shaw for the third time in four years. Calgary has now advanced to the Grey Cup in five of the last 10 seasons, more than any other team in the past decade. Their matchup with Toronto will be the fourth showdown between the two foes with the championship on the line. A crowd of 30,116 was on hand to see the Stampeders come from 14 points ...
105th Grey Cup
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Calgary Stampeders vs Toronto Argonauts TD Place Stadium Sunday, Nov. 26 Kickoff: 4:30 p.m. MST TV: TSN, ESPN2 Radio: Newstalk 770 Download Stamps position chart and roster Download game notes It all comes down to this. A champion will be crowned Sunday at TD Place Stadium in Ottawa with the 13-4-1 Stampeders facing the 9-9 Toronto Argonauts in the 105th Grey Cup presented by Shaw. The Stamps are bidding for their eighth ring in franchise history and are 1-2 versus the Argos in title games. ...