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Montreal 40 – Calgary 34 (OT) There are significant problems with the CFL this year. Fans are complaining about the declining  product quality for some time. It seems more evident this year. Part of the issue we already know. Players switch teams faster than any jersey sales can keep up….

Stampeders with 24-18 victory over the Edmonton Eskimos The divisional rivals play head-to-head 3 times this year but wrap up by Labor Day. Then we won’t see another game between the two until the playoffs. With the win, Calgary shares first place in the West division despite playing the last…

A rainy evening after a quick turnaround with five days of rest, the Calgary Stampeders managed to pull out a victory in front of the sparse hometown crowd. They matched up against the lowly Toronto Argonauts who remain winless in the early part of the 2019 season. Tonight’s game was…

The Hamilton Tiger-Cats haven’t beaten Calgary and a decade. After coming off a loss against the lowly Alouettes, they squared off vs. a Bo Mitchell less Stampeders. The game was reminiscent of the first game of the season. Calgary did everything they could to shoot themselves in the foot. Ultimately,…

CFL.ca is already musing whether or no Nick Arbuckle is, “the next one.” I’d say too early to tell. But two words do describe his play after his first start (and win) in the CFL: poise and accuracy. Arbuckle seems to have the tools to win, and that’s what the…

Happy Canada Day! How many of you were about ready to shut off the TV by the time the 4th quarter rolled around? I was, but glad I didn’t. The Stampeders came off of their early bye-week to face a worthy Divisional opponent at home. The BC Lions and the…

  View this post on Instagram   A post shared by Calgary Stampeders (@calstampeders) on Jun 15, 2019 at 7:12pm PDT   A new season is upon us with this year’s Calgary Stampeders looking to defend the Championship crown. The team has been dominant for nearly a decade, but this…

View this post on Instagram A post shared by Calgary Stampeders (@calstampeders) on Nov 25, 2018 at 7:33pm PST The Calgary Stampeders are rightfully the 2018 Grey Cup champions. The team has been dominant in the league over the past 5 season and have played in the final game four…

3. 3 reasons why the Stamps won the Western Division Final against the Winnipeg Blue Bombers. 1. Defence. 2. Defence. 3. Eric Rogers with 3 TD catches. 3. 3 trips to the Grey Cup Final in a row. In the 9 team league it’s not exactly hard to make it…

Almost missed this Thanksgiving game because it was so early…. If there’s one thing that the Calgary Stampeders have struggled with over the years it’s winning in Montreal. That may sound surprising because Montreal isn’t a very good football team. NOntheless, Bo Mitchell hasn’t won in Montreal in his career,…