The Calgary Stampeders aim to duplicate their upset road win over the B.C. Lions when the teams meet in the West Division semifinal Saturday afternoon at Vancouver. “We’re not overconfident, but we’re excited to have the opportunity,” Stampeders coach Dave Dickenson said. “We’ve always given ourselves a chance all year. A lot of other people may not have. I feel like if we gel and do the right things, we’ve got a chance to beat
The Calgary Stampeders will attempt to become the first CFL franchise to record 700 regular-season wins on Friday night when they host the Winnipeg Blue Bombers. Despite a less-than-stellar campaign, the Stampeders (6-11) have punched their ticket to the playoffs for the 18th consecutive season. They posted a 41-16 road win over the BC Lions last Friday to set up a rematch between the teams in the West Division semifinal on Nov. 4 in Vancouver.
The Calgary Stampeders aim to keep their playoff hopes alive on Friday when they visit the B.C. Lions in Vancouver, British Columbia. The Stampeders (5-11) are battling the reeling Saskatchewan Roughriders (6-11) for the CFL’s final playoff spot with two weeks remaining on the schedule. Calgary can punch its ticket to the postseason for the 18th straight season with a win on Friday and a Saskatchewan loss to the defending Grey Cup champion Toronto Argonauts