Tag Archives: Grey Cup

Former CFL Head Coach Don Matthews has Passed Away

It has been announced that long term Canadian Football League (CFL) Head Coach Don Matthews has passed away at 77. Mr. Matthews was a long time Head Coach in the CFL, earning a record of 231 wins, 132 losses, and … Continue reading

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104th Grey Cup

Tonight, Sunday November 27th, 2016, Toronto hosts the 104th Grey Cup at BMO Field.  The West Division Champions, Calgary Stampeders with a record of 15-2-1, take on the East Division Champions, Ottawa Redblacks with a record of 8-9-1. This is … Continue reading

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2015: In Review

As we approach the New Year, I’d like to reflect on some of the events that have occurred over the past year. January Canada celebrated the 200th anniversary of the birth of its first Prime Minister, Sir John A. MacDonald.

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103rd Grey Cup

The 103rd Grey Cup is set to go tomorrow night in Winnipeg, Manitoba.  The Ottawa RedBlacks (12-6) take on the Edmonton Eskimos (14-4). The game creates a rematch of the 69th Grey Cup as it is the first time since … Continue reading

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2014: A Year in Review

Now that we are closing in on the last hours of 2014, let’s look back on some of the highlights of 2014: January: In January, Cooperstown announced the Class of 2014: Tom Glavine, Greg Maddux, and Frank Thomas.  Alex Rodriguez … Continue reading

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Toronto: The City of Champions

Recently, the City of Toronto celebrated its 180th birthday.  That made me think, is Toronto the City of Champions?  I believe it is. Toronto has had many successful sports teams of the years, both current and past.  Current sports teams … Continue reading

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The 101st Grey Cup

The Grey Cup game has now been set.  We will see the Hamilton Tiger-Cats play the Saskatchewan Roughriders in Regina on November 24th for the greatest title in football. The Hamilton Tiger-Cats made it to the Grey Cup thanks to … Continue reading

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CFL Division Finals

We are now officially on the road to the Grey Cup.  On Sunday we see the Hamilton Tiger-Cats take on the Toronto Argonauts in the East Division Final, while in the West Division Final its the Calgary Stampeders at home … Continue reading

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1983 Grey Cup Champions

The Toronto Argonauts recently honoured the 1983 Grey Cup Champions.  You may be wondering why the defending Grey Cup Champions (the Argos having won the Cup back in November) are honouring a team from 30 years ago, but there is … Continue reading

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A History of the Grey Cup

With the Canadian Football League’s (CFL) teams opening training camp, I’d like to provide a brief history of the Grey Cup. The Grey Cup was created in 1909 by the Governor General, the 4th Earl Grey, originally meant for hockey.  … Continue reading

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