The Montreal Alouettes will ride the momentum of a five-game winning streak into the East Division semifinal against the visiting Hamilton Tiger-Cats on Saturday afternoon. The Alouettes earned a 22-20 home victory over the Tiger-Cats last Saturday in their final game of the regular season. Montreal came out on top in all three games against Hamilton this season. “To go (into the playoffs) hot, and I know the history of the CFL. I’ve been in
The Hamilton Tiger-Cats will visit the Montreal Alouettes on Saturday, closing out the regular season with a playoff sneak peek. The Alouettes (10-7) and Tiger-Cats (8-9) already clinched playoff berths and will face off again in Montreal for the CFL Eastern semifinal on Nov. 4, with the winner advancing to face the Toronto Argonauts in the division final. Montreal swept the first two meetings this season, winning 38-12 on June 23 and 27-14 on Aug.
The Tiger-Cats will bid for their sixth win in eight games and a season sweep of the B.C. Lions on Friday when the two clubs reconvene in Hamilton, Ontario. The Tiger-Cats (8-8) continued their ascent last Saturday as Bo Levi Mitchell and Matt Shiltz combined to throw for 400 yards in a 38-13 romp over the Saskatchewan Roughriders. Mitchell completed 4 of 6 passes for 129 yards and a touchdown in one quarter in his
Saskatchewan Roughriders coach Craig Dickenson said he is open to making changes to provide a lift when his team hosts the Hamilton Tiger-Cats on Saturday at Regina, Saskatchewan, but did not share his full plan. The Roughriders (6-9) have lost four straight and are third in the West Division. The Tiger-Cats (7-8) are third in the East after a 22-15 home win over the Calgary Stampeders last Saturday and have clinched a playoff berth. “The