Montreal Alouettes (12-6)
Head Coach: Charlie Taaffe
Calgary Stampeders (12-5-1)
Head Coach: Wally Buono
Hamilton Tiger-Cats (9-9)
Head Coach: Ron Lancaster
Winnipeg Blue Bombers (7-10-1)
Head Coach: Dave Ritchie
Toronto Argonauts (7-10-1)
Head Coach: John Huard (1-6-1), Wally Highsmith (1-1) and Mike "Pinball" Clemons (5-3)
Edmonton Eskimos (10-8)
Head Coach: Don Matthews
British Columbia Lions (8-10)
Head Coach: Greg Mohns (3-4) and Steve Buratto (5-6)
Saskatchewan Roughriders (5-12-1)
Head Coach: Danny Barrett
THURSDAY AUGUST 24
British Col 51, TORONTO 4 (11350) - Damon Allen passed for two TDs and ran for another as the Lions embarrassed the Argos, as Toronto committed four turnovers amid rumors that coach John Huard's job is in jeopardy.
FRIDAY AUGUST 25
MONTREAL 48, Calgary 13 (19461) - The battle for supremacy in the CFL turned into a mismatch. Anthony Calvillo handed the Stamps their first loss, as he completed 19-of-30 passes for 366 yards with three first-half TDs.
WINNIPEG 38, Hamilton 33 (29082) - RB George Jones ran for three TDs as the Bombers rallied from an early deficit. The victory was the Blue Bombers' first against the Tiger-Cats in three seasons.
Saskatchewan 30, EDMONTON 20 (36813) - Henry Burris threw for 311 yards and three TDs as the Roughriders pulled away early and held on for their first victory of the year. Burris completed 17-of-32 passes
WESTERN DIVISION              EASTERN DIVISION
Calgary   6  1 1 0 317 211 13 Montreal  6  2 0 0 300 149 12
Edmonton  5  3 0 0 216 203 10 Hamilton  5  3 0 1 226 208 11
Brit Col  4  4 0 0 207 226  8 Winnipeg  2  5 1 1 266 291  6
Saskatch  1  6 1 0 224 297  3 Toronto   1  6 1 0 151 302  3
WEDNESDAY JULY 5
CALGARY 44, Edmonton 22 (34383) - Dave Dickenson threw for 232 yards and three TDs and also caught a scoring pass to lead the Stampeders. Dan Crowley was just 9-of-25 for 89 yards and five interceptions for Edmonton.
MONTREAL 38, Winnipeg 22 (19461) - Mike Pringle ran for two TDs and Anthony Calvillo threw for 379 yards and two TDs as the Als rolled. Bomber RB George Jones rushed for 153 yards, including a 98-yard TD run.
THURSDAY JULY 6
Toronto 36, SASKATCHEWAN 28 (20995) - Derrell Mitchell scored three TDs to lead the Argonauts. After Toronto's Jacob Marini kicked a 26-yard field goal to open the scoring, Mitchell took over.
FRIDAY JULY 7
Brit Col 33, HAMILTON 26 (OT) (18411) - Sean Millington ran five yards for a TD as the Lions won the first OT game under the league's new overtime rules. Paul Osbaldiston kicked four FGs for Hamilton.
WESTERN DIVISION              EASTERN DIVISION
Calgary   1  0 0 0  44  22  2 Montreal  1  0 0 0  38  22  2
Brit Col  1  0 0 0  33  26  2 Toronto   1  0 0 0  36  28  2
Edmonton  0  1 0 0  22  44  0 Hamilton  0  1 0 1  26  33  1
Saskatch  0  1 0 0  28  36  0 Winnipeg  0  1 0 0  22  38  0
TUESDAY JULY 11
Montreal 45, TORONTO 6 (20612) - Anthony Calvillo passed for 345 yards and two TDs and scored another as the Alouettes ruined the Argos' home opener. Mike Pringle made two short TD runs to push the Als' lead to 41-6.
THURSDAY JULY 13
BRIT COL 30, Saskatchewan 28 (28736) - Jon Baker's 44-yard FG with 1:36 to go gave the Lions their 2nd straight win. The kick came just 69 seconds after Paul McCallum gave the Riders a 28-27 lead with a 14-yard FG.
FRIDAY JULY 14
Calgary 42, WINNIPEG 38 (OT) (24571) - Dave Dickenson threw an eight-yard TD pass to Allen Pitts in the third OT as the Stamps rallied. Bombers K Troy Westwood and Mark McLaughlin traded FGs in the first two overtimes.
Hamilton 28, EDMONTON 21 (30033) - Ronald Williams scored on two short TD runs in the third and fourth quarters to give Hamilton a 28-14 lead. Dan Crowley threw a 23-yard TD pass to Ed Hervey, but the Eskimos fell short.
WESTERN DIVISION              EASTERN DIVISION
Calgary   2  0 0 0  86  60  4 Montreal  2  0 0 0  83  28  4
Brit Col  2  0 0 0  63  54  4 Hamilton  1  1 0 1  54  54  3
Edmonton  0  2 0 0  43  72  0 Toronto   1  1 0 0  42  73  2
Saskatch  0  2 0 0  56  66  0 Winnipeg  0  2 0 1  60  80  1
THURSDAY JULY 20
MONTREAL 41, Toronto 4 (19461) - Anthony Calvillo passed for 255 yards and threw both of his TD passes in the first half as the Als dominated in every facet with a 440-187 advantage in yards and and 25-9 in first downs.
CALGARY 35, British Col 2 (34081) - In a mismatched battle between a pair of undefeated teams, the Stampeders stomped the Lions to take early control of the Western Division.
FRIDAY JULY 21
HAMILTON 40, Saskatchewan 34 (16480) - Danny McManus threw three first-half TD passes as the Tiger-Cats pulled away early and held on. McManus completed 25-of-39 passes for 479 yards.
EDMONTON 51, Winnipeg 49 (27596) - Sean Fleming booted a 26-yard FG with 17 seconds remaining to give the Eskimos the win after Winnipeg's Albert Johnson retured an attempted FG a team-record 122 yards for a TD.
WESTERN DIVISION              EASTERN DIVISION
Calgary   3  0 0 0 121  62  6 Montreal  3  0 0 0 124  32  6
Brit Col  2  1 0 0  65  89  4 Hamilton  2  1 0 1  94  88  5
Edmonton  1  2 0 0  94 121  2 Toronto   1  2 0 0  46 114  2
Saskatch  0  3 0 0  90 106  0 Winnipeg  0  3 0 1 109 131  1
THURSDAY JULY 27
Edmonton 29, BRIT COLUMBIA 13 (23714) - Nealon Greene completed 19-of-27 passes for 173 yards and two TDs as the Eskimos evened their record. The Eskimos outscored the Lions 21-0 in the middle two quarters.
FRIDAY JULY 28
Hamilton 23, TORONTO 17 (15345) - Paul Osbaldiston moved into second place on the all-time scoring list as he kicked three FGs, one XP and a single for 11 points. He has 2,383 career points, to pass Dave Ridgway.
Montreal 33, WINNIPEG 31 (24111) - Terry Baker booted his fourth FG of the game, a 43-yarder as time expired, lifting the Als, 32 seconds after the Bombers took the lead when Khari Jones hit Markus Howell on an 8-yard TD.
SASKATCH 52, Calgary 52 (4OT) (25061) - Riders K Paul McCallum forced the tie with a 37-yard FG that capped the fourth OT. Teams get alternating possessions from the opponents' 35-yard line for up to four extra sessions.
WESTERN DIVISION              EASTERN DIVISION
Calgary   3  0 1 0 173 114  7 Montreal  4  0 0 0 157  63  8
Brit Col  2  2 0 0  78 118  4 Hamilton  3  1 0 1 117 105  7
Edmonton  2  2 0 0 123 134  4 Toronto   1  3 0 0  63 137  2
Saskatch  0  3 1 0 142 158  1 Winnipeg  0  4 0 1 140 164  1
THURSDAY AUGUST 3
MONTREAL 62, Saskatchewan 7 (19461) - Mike Pringle rushed for three of his four TDs in the second quarter as Montreal remained the league's only perfect team. Montreal gained a 532-321 advantage in total offense.
FRIDAY AUGUST 4
Edmonton 16, HAMILTON 10 (21333) - Sean Fleming kicked two FGs and added three singles and Nealon Green passed for 196 yards and a TD, leading the Eskimos over the .500 mark.
WINNIPEG 31, British Col 16 (25840) - Khari Jones threw a pair of second-half TD passes to Robert Gordon as the Bombers rallied for their first win, as Jones replaced Kerwin Bell and completed 11-of-20 passes for 173 yards.
CALGARY 37, Toronto 17 (33783) - Calgary took a commanding 19-0 first quarter lead on the strength of a 9-yard TD pass from Dave Dickenson to Travis Moore on their first possession and a 21-yard pass to Allen Pitts.
WESTERN DIVISION              EASTERN DIVISION
Calgary   4  0 1 0 210 131  9 Montreal  5  0 0 0 219  70 10
Edmonton  3  2 0 0 139 144  6 Hamilton  3  2 0 1 127 121  7
Brit Col  2  3 0 0  94 149  4 Winnipeg  1  4 0 1 171 180  3
Saskatch  0  4 1 0 149 220  1 Toronto   1  4 0 0  80 174  2
THURSDAY AUGUST 10
Calgary 47, BRITISH COL 26 (20103) - Dave Dickenson completed 20-of-27 passes for 355 yards and four TDs as Calgary remained undefeated. He fired a trio of scoring tosses in the first half as Calgary raced to a 30-6 lead.
TORONTO 41, Winnipeg 41 (OT) (11723) - Troy Westwood booted his fourth FG on the final play as the Bombers forced the tie. Winnipeg's Markus Howell returned a blocked punt 15 yards for a TD in the opening quarter.
FRIDAY AUGUST 11
Hamilton 29, SASKATCHEWAN 23 (21116) - Paul Osbaldiston booted five FGs and Danny McManus passed for 321 yards and two TDs as Hamilton outscored Saskatchewan, 16-3, in the second half.
EDMONTON 29, Montreal 7 (31472) - Nealon Greene completed 18-of-32 passes for 265 yards and one TD as the Eskimos stunned the previously undefeated Alouettes. Montreal's Mike Pringle had 11 carries for 104 yards.
WESTERN DIVISION              EASTERN DIVISION
Calgary   5  0 1 0 257 157 11 Montreal  5  1 0 0 226  99 10
Edmonton  4  2 0 0 168 151  8 Hamilton  4  2 0 1 156 144  9
Brit Col  2  4 0 0 120 196  4 Winnipeg  1  4 1 1 212 221  4
Saskatch  0  5 1 0 172 249  1 Toronto   1  4 1 0 121 215  3
WEDNESDAY AUGUST 16
CALGARY 37, Winnipeg 16 (35494) - Calgary WR Allen Pitts became the most prolific receiver in CFL history. Pitts' eight-yard reception with 2:20 remaining was the 920th of his career, moving him past Donald Narcisse.
THURSDAY AUGUST 17
BRITISH COL 36, Toronto 26 (19858) - Damon Allen set a CFL record and David Benefield tied one for the Lions. Allen has 3,397 career completions, moving past Ron Lancaster. Benefield had two blocked punts in the game.
FRIDAY AUGUST 18
HAMILTON 37, Montreal 26 (20270) - Danny McManus passed for three TDs as the Tiger-Cats blew a 17-point lead before recovering for a win that moved them into first place in the Eastern Division.
Edmonton 28, SASKATCHEWAN 22 (21707) - The Eskimos recorded four safeties to come from behind for their fifth straight win. Edmonton had two safeties apiece in the second and third quarters to outscore the Riders, 28-0.
WESTERN DIVISION              EASTERN DIVISION
Calgary   6  0 1 0 294 173 13 Hamilton  5  2 0 1 193 170 11
Edmonton  5  2 0 0 196 173 10 Montreal  5  2 0 0 252 136 10
Brit Col  3  4 0 0 156 222  6 Winnipeg  1  5 1 1 228 258  4
Saskatch  0  6 1 0 194 277  1 Toronto   1  5 1 0 147 251  3
THURSDAY AUGUST 31
Montreal 35, BRITISH COL 25 (19621) - Anthony Calvillo threw two TD passes and Terry Baker booted four FGs as the Alouettes widened their lead atop the East. Als RB Mike Pringle finished with 22 carries for 163 yards.
SUNDAY SEPTEMBER 3
SASKATCHEWAN 38, Winnipeg 29 (30088) - Henry Burris passed for two TDs and ran for another, as Saskatchewan won its second straight, after a 16-game winless streak that was the second-longest drought in CFL history.
MONDAY SEPTEMBER 4
HAMILTON 42, Toronto 12 (28830) - Danny McManus threw a pair of TD passes and Ronald Williams scored on two short runs to spoil the debut of player-coach "Pinball" Clemons, who replaced John Huard last week.
Edmonton 30, CALGARY 18 (35967) - Singor Mobley scored on a 44-yard interception return and LB Grant Carter returned a fumble 22 yards for a TD as the Eskimos picked off five Troy Kopp passes to win the Battle of Alberta.
THURSDAY SEPTEMBER 28
Calgary 31, TORONTO 14 (11343) - Kelvin Anderson rushed for 147 yards and Dave Dickenson threw a pair of TD passes as Calgary rolled. Toronto QB Kerwin Bell threw for 221 yards with one TD and one interception.
FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 29
WINNIPEG 38, Saskatchewan 30 (26041) - Khari Jones threw three TD passes to Milt Stegall, leading Winnipeg to the win. Jones completed 18-of-39 passes for 390 yards, finding Stegall for scores of 45, six and 82 yards.
SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 30
Montreal 32, HAMILTON 16 (21212) - Anthony Calvillo passed for 273 yards and three TD as the Alouettes moved into a first-place tie in the East. Mike Pringle rushed for 81 yards for the Als, who have won their last two games.
SUNDAY OCTOBER 1
EDMONTON 49, Brit Col 42 (OT) (28865) - Nigel Williams caught the go-ahead TD in the second OT as the Esks rallied from a 42-35 deficit, scoring twice in the second OT, despite committing 20 penalties for 196 yards.
WESTERN DIVISION              EASTERN DIVISION
Calgary   9  3 1 0 447 351 19 Y-Mont    9  4 0 0 432 263 18
Edmonton  8  5 0 0 361 333 16 Hamilton  8  5 0 2 380 308 18
Brit Col  5  8 0 1 348 381 11 Winnipeg  4  8 1 1 381 453 10
Saskatch  4  8 1 0 381 441  9 Toronto   3  9 1 0 252 452  7
Y-Clinched Playoff Berth
FRIDAY OCTOBER 6
CALGARY 28, Saskatchewan 18 (35697) - Dave Dickenson ran for one TD and passed for another and the defense chipped in two safeties as the Stampeders stayed atop the Western Division and clinched a playoff berth.
SATURDAY OCTOBER 7
TORONTO 29, Hamilton 12 (20729) - Vernon Mitchell tied a CFL record by returning three interceptions for TDs, helping the Argonauts keep their playoff hopes alive and snapping a six-game home skid.
MONDAY OCTOBER 9
MONTREAL 45, Edmonton 15 (19461) - Mike Pringle rushed for 140 yards and four TDs to tie a club record as the Alouettes rolled. He has 18 touchdowns this season to tie the CFL record and set the franchise mark.
Winnipeg 40, BRITISH COL 33 (18453) - Bombers QB Khari Jones threw two TD passes to Milt Stegall and Albert Johnson returned a kickoff for a score. Troy Westwood kicked four field goals, including a 54-yarder.
WESTERN DIVISION              EASTERN DIVISION
Y-Calgary10  3 1 0 475 369 21 Y-Montr  10  4 0 0 477 278 20
Edmonton  8  6 0 0 376 378 16 Hamilton  8  6 0 2 392 337 18
Brit Col  5  9 0 1 381 421 11 Winnipeg  5  8 1 1 421 486 12
Saskatch  4  9 1 0 399 469  9 Toronto   4  9 1 0 281 464  9
Y-Clinched Playoff Berth
FRIDAY OCTOBER 13
Toronto 32, HAMILTON 8 (19632) - Kerwin Bell passed for 210 yards and two TDs and Michael Jenkins ran for 102 yards as the Argonauts defeated Hamilton for the second time in seven days.
SATURDAY OCTOBER 14
Brit Col 39, SASKATCHEWAN 15 (24776) - Sean Millington rushed for 126 yards and Robert Drummond added 121 and a pair of first-quarter TDs as the Lions snapped a three-game losing streak.
SUNDAY OCTOBER 15
MONTREAL 36, Winnipeg 30 (19461) - Anthony Calvillo threw four TD passes to lead the Alouettes to their fourth straight win. Thomas Haskins and Ben Cahoon each hauled in two scoring strikes from Calvillo.
EDMONTON 33, Calgary 30 (34318) - Sean Fleming kicked an eight-yard FG with 14 seconds remaining to give the Eskimos a thrilling win. The loss prevented the Stampeders from clinching the Western Division title.
WESTERN DIVISION              EASTERN DIVISION
Y-Calgary10  4 1 0 505 402 21 Y-Montr  11  4 0 0 513 308 22
Y-Edmont  9  6 0 0 409 408 18 Hamilton  8  7 0 2 400 369 18
Brit Col  6  9 0 1 420 436 13 Winnipeg  5  9 1 1 451 522 12
Saskatch  4 10 1 0 414 508  9 Toronto   5  9 1 0 313 472 11
Y-Clinched Playoff Berth
FRIDAY OCTOBER 20
WINNIPEG 27, Hamilton 24 (25582) - Bombers K Troy Westwood kicked a 20-yard FG with 20 seconds remaining. Winnipeg held a 24-3 lead entering the final period before the Tiger Cats rallied.
SATURDAY OCTOBER 21
Edmonton 48, TORONTO 28 (18139) - Nealon Greene became the fourth quarterback in Eskimos' history to throw five TDs in a game. The victory assures Edmonton of finishing at least in second in the Western Division.
SUNDAY OCTOBER 22
Montreal 39, SASKATCHEWAN 22 (27138) - Anthony Calvillo completed 19-of-25 passes for 230 yards and three TDs as Montreal clinched first place in the East. Davis Sanchez returned an interception 50 yards for an Als TD.
CALGARY 45, British Col 38 (33890) - Kelvin Anderson, back after missing two games with a bruised shoulder, ran for 147 yards and three TDs to lead the Stamps one step closer to a division title.
WESTERN DIVISION              EASTERN DIVISION
Y-Calgary11  4 1 0 550 440 23 X-Montr  12  4 0 0 552 330 24
Y-Edmont 10  6 0 0 457 436 20 Y-Hamilt  8  8 0 2 424 396 18
Brit Col  6 10 0 1 458 481 13 Winnipeg  6  9 1 1 478 546 14
Saskatch  4 11 1 0 436 547  9 Toronto   5 10 1 0 341 520 11
X-Clinched Division Title     Y-Clinched Playoff Berth
FRIDAY OCTOBER 27
TORONTO 32, Winnipeg 31  (18473) - Brad Elberg tackled punt returner Albert Johnson III in the end zone for a single with 20 seconds remaining as the Argonauts kept alive their playoff hopes.
SATURDAY OCTOBER 28
Saskatch 54, EDMONTON 52 (OT) (34218) - Paul McCallum booted a 42-yard FG, his fourth of the game, in the fourth OT as the Riders escaped but was eliminated from postseason contention after B.C. defeated Hamilton.
BRITISH COL 28, Hamilton 22 (21303) - Lions QB Damon Allen became the CFL's all-time passing yardage leader. He broke the record of 50,535 yards held by Ron Lancaster, who watched from the sideline as coach of Hamilton.
SUNDAY OCTOBER 29
CALGARY 32, Montreal 31 (45010) - In a game billed as a possible Grey Cup preview, Mark McLoughlin kicked a 23-yard FG with 39 seconds left in regulation to give the Stampeders the win and clinch first place in the West.
WESTERN DIVISION              EASTERN DIVISION
X-Calgary12  4 1 0 582 471 25 X-Montr  12  5 0 0 583 362 24
Y-Edmont 10  7 0 1 509 490 21 Y-Hamilt  8  9 0 2 446 424 18
Y-Brit C  7 10 0 1 486 503 15 Winnipeg  6 10 1 1 509 578 14
Saskatch  5 11 1 0 490 599 11 Toronto   6 10 1 0 373 551 13
X-Clinched Division Title     Y-Clinched Playoff Berth
FRIDAY NOVEMBER 3
WINNIPEG 30, Edmonton 18 (26537) - Cory Philpot scored a TD on both sides of the ball as the Bombers made the playoffs. Philpot ran one yard for a TD 64 seconds into the game and he returned a fumble 22 yards for a TD
SATURDAY NOVEMBER 4
BRIT COL 27, Saskatchewan 26 (33232) - Lui Passaglia, a placekicker who is playing in his last regular season CFL game, scored a one-yard TD with 2:47 to go to give the Lions the win. Passaglia finished with 3,984 points.
SUNDAY NOVEMBER 5
Toronto 17, MONTREAL 11 (19461) - Mike Jenkins had 178 yards on 28 carries and Tony Burse ran one yard for a score in the first half for the Argos, who held Montreal's Mike Pringle to 46 yards on 11 carries.
HAMILTON 24, Calgary 22 (20795) - Paul Osbaldiston kicked a 15-yard FG as time expired, lifting the Tiger-Cats. Calgary took a 22-21 lead when Mark McLoughlin booted a 50-yard field goal with 2:26 remaining.
WESTERN DIVISION              EASTERN DIVISION
X-Calgar 12  5 1 0 604 495 25 X-Montre 12  6 0 0 594 379 24
Y-Edmont 10  8 0 1 527 520 21 Y-Hamilt  9  9 0 2 470 446 20
Y-Brit C  8 10 0 1 513 529 17 Y-Winnip  7 10 1 1 539 596 16
Saskatch  5 12 1 0 516 626 11 Toronto   7 10 1 0 390 562 15
X-Clinched Division Title     Y-Clinched Playoff Berth
2000 Grey Cup (November 26 at Calgary - 43,822)
BRITISH COLUMBIA LIONS (10-10) 28, MONTREAL ALOUETTES (13-6) 26 - The history of the Grey Cup is dotted with upstart teams that have losing records in the regular season only to make a dramatic bid for the CFL championship before succumbing in the final. The 2000 B.C. Lions showed signs of being one of these teams. Forced to deal with a head coaching change in mid-season, the Lions finished with an 8-10 record and won three out of their last four just to make the post-season. Momentum was on their side, as the Lions took playoff games in Edmonton and Calgary to earn their trip to the Grey Cup. The Lions faced an Alouettes team who, despite great win-loss records since their return to Montreal in 1996, had underachieved in the playoffs. The Als were making their first appearance in the Grey Cup since 1979. B.C. reached the end zone first when quarterback Damon Allen scored on a one-yard run midway through the first quarter. The Lions took a 12-3 lead into halftime. The Alouettes showed signs of life in the third quarter when Jock Climie scored on a one-yard pass by Anthony Calvillo. Montreal trailed 12-10 after 45 minutes. The Lions restored their nine-point lead early in the fourth quarter when Robert Drummond broke off a 44-yard run for a touchdown. Following a Montreal field goal, Allen called his own number again for a one-yard major. But B.C. failed on an attempted two-point convert. Trailing 25-13, the Alouettes set up a dramatic finish when Mike Pringle scored on a five-yard run. But with 1:25 remaining in regulation, Lui Passaglia ended his 25-yard career on a championship note, kicking a 29-yard field goal for B.C.’s winning points. Passaglia missed three out of his first four field goal opportunities in the first half. The Alouettes still had some fight left in them. With 44 seconds remaining, Anthony Calvillo found Ben Cahoon for a 59-yard touchdown. Needing a two-point conversion to tie the game, Calvillo had Thomas Haskins in his sights but could not make the connection, as B.C. held on for the win. B.C.’s ground attack proved to be unstoppable, as Drummond rushed for 122 yards. Sean Millington fell one yard short of 100, while Allen chipped in 39. As a team, the Lions had a total of 260 rushing yards. With the victory, the Lions became the first team in history to win the Grey Cup after posting a losing record in the regular season.
FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 22
Calgary 40, SASKATCHEWAN 17 (27141) - Calgary QB Dave Dickenson threw for 365 yards and three TDs. Henry Burris threw for 267 yards and three interceptions as the Riders had their four-game win streak stopped.
Toronto 34, EDMONTON 21 (28649) - Eskimos QB Nealon Greene threw an interception after leading the Esks to the Toronto 11 on Edmonton's second series, and late in the second quarter fumbled a snap at the Toronto 14.
SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 23
HAMILTON 43, Winnipeg 6 (13100) - Ronald Williams broke free for a 70-yard TD on the first play from scrimmage and finished with 150 yards and three scores, leading the Tiger-Cats to to their fourth straight win.
SUNDAY SEPTEMBER 24
MONTREAL 29, British Col 28 (19461) - Terry Baker hit a 15-yard FG with five seconds to give the Alouettes the win, The kick came 30 seconds after Lui Passaglia nailed a 49-yard FG to give the Lions a 28-26 lead.
WESTERN DIVISION              EASTERN DIVISION
Calgary   8  3 1 0 416 337 17 Hamilton  8  4 0 2 364 276 18
Edmonton  7  5 0 0 312 291 14 Montreal  8  4 0 0 400 247 16
Brit Col  5  7 0 0 306 332 10 Winnipeg  3  8 1 1 343 423  8
Saskatch  4  7 1 0 351 403  9 Toronto   3  8 1 0 238 421  7
DIVISION SEMI-FINALS
Nov 12 - Winnipeg (7-10-1) 22, HAMILTON (9-9) 20 (15105) - Troy Westwood kicked a 33-yard FG with two seconds left as the Bombers advanced. Winnipeg led 19-11 entering the fourth, but Paul Osbaldiston kicked a 12-yard FG and Danny McManus tossed a 5-yard TD to Archie Amerson.
Nov 12 - British Columbia (8-10) 34, EDMONTON (10-8) 32 (25103) - Damon Allen helped eliminate his former team from the playoffs, passing for 284 yards and four TDs. Allen completed 20-of-27 passes, throwing a pair of TDs to RB Robert Drummond in the first quarter.
DIVISION FINALS
Nov 19 - MONTREAL (12-6) 35, Winnipeg (8-10-1) 24 (19461) - The Alouettes are headed to the Grey Cup for the first time in 21 years as they used a rally in the third quarter. Thomas Haskins and Bruno Heppell had second-half TD runs for the Als, who got a pair of key interceptions by Stephen Reid.
Nov 19 - British Columbia (9-10) 37, CALGARY (12-5-1) 23 (30829) - The Lions rained on Calgary's Grey Cup party yesterday, as the Stampeders turned the ball over eight times, giving up two fumbles and six interceptions. Lions QB Damon Allen tossed two TD passes and passed for 312 yards.
FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 15
Saskatchewan 44, TORONTO 17 (28724) - Henry Burris threw two TD passes and ran for another to lead the Roughriders to their fourth straight win. Saskatchewan last won four in a row during the 1994 season.
SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 16
CALGARY 41, Hamilton 38 (OT) (35187) - Mark McLoughlin's 37-yard FG in overtime helped the Stamps move into first. Hamilton forced the OT when Danny McManus hit Corey Grant on a 13-yard strike with 2:18 remaining.
WINNIPEG 30, Montreal 27 (22994) - Antonio Armstrong's 38-yard return of a blocked punt with 3:25 to go lifted the Bombers. Montreal was able to pull within three as Terry Baker returned the ball 72 yards for a single off a punt.
BRITISH COL 26, Edmonton 14 (20234) - Lui Passaglia kicked four FGs and Damon Allen completed 14-of-16 passes for 277 yards and one TD, helping the Lions to the upset win.
WESTERN DIVISION              EASTERN DIVISION
Calgary   7  3 1 0 376 320 15 Hamilton  7  4 0 2 321 270 16
Edmonton  7  4 0 0 291 257 14 Montreal  7  4 0 0 371 219 14
Brit Col  5  6 0 0 278 303 10 Winnipeg  3  7 1 1 337 380  8
Saskatch  4  6 1 0 334 363  9 Toronto   2  8 1 0 204 400  5
FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 8
EDMONTON 31, Calgary 10 (53248) - Nealon Greene ran for one TD and passed for another as the Eskimos defeated the Stampeders for the second time in five days, moving into first place in the Western Division.
SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 9
Toronto 24, WINNIPEG 12 (24021) - Kerwin Bell haunted his old team with three second-half TD passes as the Argonauts ended an eight-game winless streak with a come-from-behind victory.
SASKATCHEWAN 28, Brit Col 20 (24416) - Henry Burris passed for three TDs and ran for another as the Roughriders rallied, giving them their first three-game winning streak in nearly six years.
SUNDAY SEPTEMBER 10
Hamilton 15, MONTREAL 9 (19461) - Archie Amerson caught a 75-yard TD pass to break up a kicking duel as the Tiger-Cats moved into first place in the East. Ronald Williams rushed for 93 yards on 18 carries.
WESTERN DIVISION              EASTERN DIVISION
Edmonton  7  3 0 0 277 231 14 Hamilton  7  3 0 1 283 229 15
Calgary   6  3 1 0 335 282 13 Montreal  7  3 0 0 344 189 14
Brit Col  4  6 0 0 252 289  8 Winnipeg  2  7 1 1 317 353  6
Saskatch  3  6 1 0 290 346  7 Toronto   2  7 1 0 187 356  5
NOTES: Teams losing in overtime are awarded one point
WESTERN DIVISION              EASTERN DIVISION
Calgary   6  2 1 0 335 241 13 Montreal  7  2 0 0 335 174 14
Edmonton  6  3 0 0 246 221 12 Hamilton  6  3 0 1 268 220 13
Brit Col  4  5 0 0 232 261  8 Winnipeg  2  6 1 1 295 329  6
Saskatch  2  6 1 0 262 326  5 Toronto   1  7 1 0 163 344  3