Winnipeg Blue Bombers (12-6)
Head Coach: Mike Riley
British Columbia Lions (12-6)
Head Coach: Don Matthews (8-6) and Larry Donovan (4-0)
Toronto Argonauts (11-6-1)
Head Coach: Bob O'Billovich
Hamilton Tiger-Cats (7-11)
Head Coach: Al Bruno (6-6) and Ted Schmitz (1-5)
Ottawa Roughriders (3-15)
Head Coach: Fred Glick
Edmonton Eskimos (11-7)
Head Coach: Jackie Parker (2-0) and Joe Faragalli (9-7)
Calgary Stampeders (10-8)
Head Coach: Bob Vespaziani (2-6) and Lary Kuharich (8-2)
Saskatchewan Rough Riders(5-12-1)
Head Coach: John Gregory
1987 GREY CUP GAME AT VANCOUVER (Sunday, November 29 - 59478)
EDMONTON ESKIMOS 38, TORONTO ARGONAUTS 36 - The Edmonton Eskimos and Toronto Argonauts engaged in an epic battle for Earl Grey’s Cup in 1987, with a late field goal the difference in victory. The lead changed hands five times before Jerry Kauric booted a 49-yard field goal to secure a two-point victory for the Eskimos. The fireworks went off early when Henry ‘Gizmo’ Williams fielded a missed field goal and out ran Toronto defenders for 115-yard return for a touchdown, setting a new Grey Cup record and giving the Eskimos the early lead. Toronto’s Lance Chomyc missed on two field goals in the opening 15 minutes. Trailing 10-3 in the second quarter, Argos fullback Gill Fenerty took a pass from Gilbert Renfroe and ran 61 yards down the sidelines for Toronto’s first major. A costly interception set up Toronto’s second touchdown drive when Fenerty followed his blockers for a five-yard score. Another costly turnover by the Eskimos put the Argos in front 24-10. Toronto’s Doug Landry picked up a fumble and ran 54 yards to the end zone. Things appeared to go from bad to worse when Eskimos starting quarterback Matt Dunigan went down to a head injury. But Edmonton had a quality backup pivot in Damon Allen, who flipped a six-yard touchdown pass to Marco Cyncar prior to halftime, cutting the deficit to 24-17. The drive began following a blocked punt by Stanley Blair. After outscoring the Argos 4-3 in the third quarter Edmonton restored its lead on the first play of the fourth quarter when Allen hit Brian Kelly for a 15-yard touchdown pass, putting the Eskimos in front 28-27. A Chomyc field goal put Toronto back in front. But Allen’s mobility caused fits for the Argos defence, and may have been the difference in the game. He gave the Eskimos a five-point edge with 6:39 remaining in the game with a 17-yard run on a bootleg. Toronto was also forced to go to its backup quarterback when Renfroe was forced out with a knee injury. But his replacement, Danny Barrett, was equal to the task. Barrett called his own number with 2:43 remaining, busting up the middle 25 yards for a major, giving the Argos a 36-35 lead. But the Argos suffered a setback when they missed on an attempted two-point conversion. This allowed the Eskimos to win the game on Kauric’s field goal.
THURSDAY AUGUST 13
BRIT COL 30, Toronto 23 (37843) - DB Keith Gooch made the key play of the game, falling on P Hank Ilesic's fumble at the three early in the third, then crawled into the end zone for the TD that broke a 17-17 tie.
FRIDAY AUGUST 14
HAMILTON 26, Winnipeg 14 (18503) - Two big first-quarter TD bombs from Hamilton QB Tom Porras to wideouts Steve Stapler and Tony Champion gave the Ticats a cushion to carry them through the game.
SUNDAY AUGUST 16
SASKATCHEWAN 36, Ottawa 33 (24346) - The Roughriders withstood a 17-point fourth-quarter rally by Ottawa and hung on. Thirteen of Saskachewan's points came in a three-minute span in the first quarter.
WESTERN DIVISION              EASTERN DIVISION
British Col 5  2 0 203 109 10 Winnipeg    5  2 0 220 180 10
Edmonton    4  3 0 238 194  8 Toronto     4  3 1 224 211  9
Saskatch    2  4 1 178 228  5 Hamilton    4  3 0 207 191  8
Calgary     2  6 0 164 277  4 Ottawa      2  5 0 189 233  4
SUNDAY JUNE 21
Calgary 29, SASKATCHEWAN 28 (21343) - QB Rick Worman never saw the TD pass he threw that gave the Stamps the win. Worman was face down on the Taylor Field artificial turf when Larry Willis snagged the pass.
THURSDAY JUNE 25
Winnipeg 38, TORONTO 30 (33412) - Despite allowing 30 points, the victory belonged to the Bombers' defence that contributed 14 points in their first-ever game as members of the CFL's Eastern Division.
FRIDAY JUNE 26
OTTAWA 36, Hamilton 32 (20129) - The defending champions had fumbled the ball six times, only one was recovered and QB Mike Kerrigan threw a 2nd-quarter interception that DB Will Lewis ran 32 yards for a touchdown.
SATURDAY JUNE 27
EDMONTON 54, Calgary 16 (29930) - Henry Williams returned two punts for TDs to highlight the Eskimos' win. Williams returned six punts for 221 yards to break the record of 208 yards by Ottawa's Moody Jackson in 1976.
SUNDAY JUNE 28
BRIT COL 44, Saskatchewan 1 (30157) - The Lions' Mel Byrd and Nelson Martin returned interceptions for TDs before the smallest opening-game crowd in Vancouver in four years.
WESTERN DIVISION              EASTERN DIVISION
British Col 1  0 0  44   1  2 Winnipeg    1  0 0  38  30  2
Edmonton    1  0 0  54  16  2 Ottawa      1  0 0  36  22  2
Calgary     1  1 0  45  82  2 Toronto     0  1 0  30  38  0
Saskatch    0  2 0  29  73  0 Hamilton    0  1 0  32  36  0
WEDNESDAY JULY 1
Brit Col 40, CALGARY 15 (22239) - The key stats for B.C. were takeaways - three fumble recoveries, four interceptions and two turnovers on downs. Kevin Konar Konar accounted for 17 points on defense for the Lions.
FRIDAY JULY 3
WINNIPEG 51, Ottawa 24 (23121) - Winnipeg's Willard Reaves, who played just six games in 1986, carried the ball 27 times for 203 yards, the third 200-yard effort of his five-year career and only the third in Bombers' history.
SATURDAY JULY 5
SASKATCHEWAN 33, Toronto 33 (T) (23927) - Dave Ridgway, who had sent the game into OT with a 32-yard FG with two seconds remaining, tried to boot a single for the win, but DB Paul Tripoli returned the kick to the one.
SUNDAY JULY 5
Edmonton 36, HAMILTON 33 (15720) - Damon Allen, making a rare start in place of Matt Dunigan, tossed three TD passes and ran 40 yards himself for another in the 1st half. Hamilton scored 16 points in the final 90 seconds.
WESTERN DIVISION              EASTERN DIVISION
British Col 2  0 0  84  16  4 Winnipeg    2  0 0  89  54  4
Edmonton    2  0 0  90  49  4 Ottawa      1  1 0  60  83  2
Calgary     1  2 0  60 122  2 Toronto     0  1 1  63  71  1
Saskatch    0  2 1  62 106  1 Hamilton    0  2 0  65  72  0
FRIDAY JULY 10
WINNIPEG 38, Calgary 22 (22808) - Winnipeg QB Tom Clements threw two TDs to Jeff Boyd and ran for one. Willard Reaves rushed for 117 yards and two TDs for the Bombers, who sacked Calgary QB Rick Johnson nine times.
SATURDAY JULY 11
OTTAWA 34, Toronto 27 (19669) - Rider QB Todd Dillon completed three TD passes and set K Dean Dorsey up for four field goals to beat his former teammate, QB Gilbert Renfroe, who was traded to the Argos last month.
SUNDAY JULY 12
Hamilton 40, EDMONTON 30 (32265) - QB Tom Porras used his first start in three seasons with Hamilton to pass for 464 yards and three TDs, in Hamilton's first win in Edmonton since 1968.
WESTERN DIVISION              EASTERN DIVISION
British Col 2  0 0  84  16  4 Winnipeg    3  0 0 127  76  6
Edmonton    2  1 0 120  89  4 Ottawa      2  1 0  94 110  4
Calgary     1  3 0  82 160  2 Hamilton    1  2 0 105 102  2
Saskatch    0  2 1  62 106  1 Toronto     0  2 1  90 105  1
THURSDAY JULY 16
Winnipeg 21, CALGARY 14 (20553) - The Bombers blocked two punts by Calgary's K Glenn Harper, both leading to TDs, and collected a FG on a third tipped punt. Calgary ended the game on the Winnipeg five-yard line.
FRIDAY JULY 17
Toronto 30, HAMILTON 27 (18214) - The Argos, who trailed by 22 points early in the second quarter, ran off a string of 21 points, then Gilbert Renfroe hit FB Tony Johns with a 3-yard TD strike with no time remaining.
SATURDAY JULY 18
BRIT COL 26, Edmonton 18 (43772) - Jim Sandusky's spectacular 55-yard punt return for a TD early in the second half broke open a tight game and sparked the unbeaten Lions over the struggling Eskimos.
SUNDAY JULY 19
Saskatchewan 27, OTTAWA 23 (20006) - Ottawa gave up six interceptions, including a pair in the last minute of the game where completions could have given them a victory, and allowed their quarterbacks to be sacked four times.
WESTERN DIVISION              EASTERN DIVISION
British Col 3  0 0 110  34  6 Winnipeg    4  0 0 148  90  8
Edmonton    2  2 0 138 115  4 Ottawa      2  2 0 117 137  4
Saskatch    1  2 1  89 129  3 Toronto     1  2 1 120 132  3
Calgary     1  4 0  96 181  2 Hamilton    1  3 0 132 132  2
WEDNESDAY JULY 22
TORONTO 26, Calgary 16 (31524) - Two Toronto interceptions which snuffed out long Calgary marches, and a pair of TDs by rookie tailback Gill Fenerty helped the Argos, despite being outgained 446 yards to 307.
FRIDAY JULY 24
Edmonton 42, WINNIPEG 28 (29260) - Eskimo QB Matt Dunigan, on 18 completions, burned the Winnipeg defence for 387 yards, including an 89-yard hookup with Stephen Jones and a 72-yard bomb to Tom Richards.
SATURDAY JULY 25
BRIT COL 21, Ottawa 1 (33771) - BC took advantage of the weakened Ottawa offensive line to register 10 sacks. Starting OT Roger Cattelan, a five-year veteran, mysteriously disappeared before the game.
SUNDAY JULY 26
Hamilton 28, SASKATCHEWAN 25 (24830) - Jim Rockford returned a fumble 69 yards for a fourth-quarter TD that crushed the Riders' comeback hopes. The defence and special teams contributed all three Tiger-Cats' TDs.
WESTERN DIVISION              EASTERN DIVISION
British Col 4  0 0 131  35  8 Winnipeg    4  1 0 176 132  8
Edmonton    3  2 0 180 143  6 Toronto     2  2 1 146 148  5
Saskatch    1  3 1 114 157  3 Ottawa      2  3 0 118 158  4
Calgary     1  5 0 112 207  2 Hamilton    2  3 0 160 157  4
FRIDAY JULY 31
HAMILTON 21, Brit Col 20 (18088) - LB Ben Zambiasi returned a Roy Dewalt interception 22 yards for a 3rd-quarter TD and then belted Lions' WR Kevin Bowman one yard short of a first down to snuff out a last-minute rally.
SATURDAY AUGUST 1
EDMONTON 38, Saskatchewan 28 (30399) - The Esks set up TD passes on a blocked punt and a fake FG, then put the game away with Damon Allen's 54-yard TD pass to Brian Kelly, the 88th TD of his career, tied for first all-time.
SUNDAY AUGUST 2
Toronto 32, CALGARY 13 (21125) - Toronto led 20-0 after 16 minutes, thanks mainly to the slashing runs of tailback Gill Fenerty and the crisp passing of quarterback Gilbert Renfroe, who completed 19 of 26 passes for 243 yards.
WESTERN DIVISION              EASTERN DIVISION
British Col 4  1 0 151  56  8 Winnipeg    4  1 0 176 132  8
Edmonton    4  2 0 218 171  8 Toronto     3  2 1 178 161  7
Saskatch    1  4 1 142 195  3 Hamilton    3  3 0 181 177  6
Calgary     1  6 0 125 239  2 Ottawa      2  3 0 118 158  4
FRIDAY AUGUST 7
TORONTO 23, Edmonton 20 (30624) - WR Brian Kelly broke former teammate Tom Scott's all-time TD record with his 89th, but it came too late for the Esks. The Argos won on a 44-yard TD catch from Ken Joiner.
SATURDAY AUGUST 8
WINNIPEG 30, Brit Col 22 (29296) - Five times the Winnipeg defence thwarted the Lions' offence after they penetrated the Bombers' 25-yard line, including a 92-yard fumble recovery for a TD by Tyrone Jones.
SUNDAY AUGUST 9
Calgary 39, OTTAWA 38 (21036) - Ottawa K Dean Dorsey set one record for consecutive FGs, then missed a 14-yard chip shot with just over a minute left in the game and a 45-yarder with 29 seconds remaining.
WESTERN DIVISION              EASTERN DIVISION
British Col 4  2 0 173  86  8 Winnipeg    5  1 0 206 154 10
Edmonton    4  3 0 238 194  8 Toronto     4  2 1 201 181  9
Calgary     2  6 0 164 277  4 Hamilton    3  3 0 181 177  6
Saskatch    1  4 1 142 195  3 Ottawa      2  4 0 156 197  4
THURSDAY AUGUST 20
CALGARY 31, Brit Col 26 (24377) - Hometown hero Tim Petros ran for 140 yards on 15 carries and scored a TD. The win marked a successful debut for Lary kuharich, who became the Stamps' head coach earlier in the week.
FRIDAY AUGUST 21
Hamilton 28, TORONTO 25 (33648) - Bemie Ruoff kicked a FG, his fourth of the game, from 42 yards out with 19 seconds left for the win. Ti-Cat QB Tom Porras completed 36 of 53 passes for 432 yards.
SATURDAY AUGUST 22
WINNIPEG 35, Saskatchewan 6 (28591) - Willard Reaves bashed through the 'Riders' defence for 186 yards on 19 carriers. Winnipeg LB Tyrone Jones piled up a career-high four quarterbacks sacks.
SUNDAY AUGUST 23
EDMONTON 45, Ottawa 24 (32167) - Esks QB Damon Allen ran for two TDs and passed to WR Brian Kelly for two more. Kelly caught five passes for 79 yards to increase his career yardage total to 10,344, 2nd best in the CFL.
WESTERN DIVISION              EASTERN DIVISION
British Col 5  3 0 229 140 10 Winnipeg    6  2 0 255 186 12
Edmonton    5  3 0 283 218 10 Hamilton    5  3 0 235 216 10
Calgary     3  6 0 195 303  6 Toronto     4  4 1 249 239  9
Saskatch    2  5 1 184 263  5 Ottawa      2  6 0 213 278  4
SUNDAY SEPTEMBER 6
Winnipeg 29, SASKATCHEWAN 25 (27457) - Tom Clements pulled off the Bombers' win by hitting SB Perry Tuttle on a 37-yard TD pass with 56 seconds to go. It was the Bombers' second TD in 25 seconds.
MONDAY SEPTEMBER 7
Toronto 25, HAMILTON 19 (24770) - QB Danny Barrett, who lost his job early on in the season, completed eight of 10 passes for 119 yards as Toronto rallied from a 16-10 deficit after three quarters.
CALGARY 29, Edmonton 20 (33842) - Late in the fourth quarter, with the Eskimos ahead 20-19, Calgary WR Larry Willis broke loose for a 48-yard TD reception from QB Rick Johnson to put the Stamps ahead 26-20.
WESTERN DIVISION              EASTERN DIVISION
British Col 6  3 0 253 163 12 Winnipeg    7  3 0 307 235 14
Edmonton    6  4 0 342 260 12 Hamilton    6  4 0 282 264 12
Calgary     4  6 0 224 323  8 Toronto     5  4 1 274 258 11
Saskatch    2  7 1 222 331  5 Ottawa      2  7 0 236 306  4
FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 11
British Columbia 55, OTTAWA 16 (19201) - The Lions racked up 480 net yards of offence to 208 for the Riders with QB Roy Dewalt good on 16 of 32 passes for 368 yards, as the Riders dropped their seventh straight.
SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 12
EDMONTON 42, Toronto 20 (40486) - Henry Williams' record-breaking punt-return TD led the Eskimos. He returned Toronto's first punt of the game 86 yards to the end zone, his fourth punt return TD this year.
SUNDAY SEPTEMBER 13
WINNIPEG 40, Calgary 5 (25549) - Winnipeg had 513 yards, with Tom Clements and Tom Muecke producing 452 passing yards. Only twice did the Stamps threaten, but both drives ended with Roy Bennett interceptions.
WESTERN DIVISION              EASTERN DIVISION
British Col 7  3 0 308 179 14 Winnipeg    8  3 0 347 240 16
Edmonton    7  4 0 384 280 14 Hamilton    6  4 0 282 264 12
Calgary     4  7 0 229 363  8 Toronto     5  5 1 294 300 11
Saskatch    2  7 1 222 331  5 Ottawa      2  8 0 252 361  4
FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 18
CALGARY 41, Ottawa 19 (21483) - Rick Worman came off the Calgary bench to replace an injured Rick Johnson and lead the Stamps, completing nine of 19 passes for 187 yards and two touchdowns.
SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 19
EDMONTON 34, Saskatchewan 13 (31862) - Edmonton QB Matt Dunigan, who last played Aug. 9 in Toronto when he suffered a hamstring injury, put 24 points on the board in the second half.
SUNDAY SEPTEMBER 20
TORONTO 39, Hamilton 29 (26619) - The Tiger-Cats turned the ball over eight times. The game was not as close as the score indicated. Toronto, relaxing on defence, gave up two touchdowns in the last three minutes.
BRITISH COL 30, Winnipeg 20 (39859) - The Bombers failed to contain the Lions' kick returners, surrending 292 yards on returns, including 180 yards and one touchdown to Larry Crawford on a 82-yard romp down the sidelines.
WESTERN DIVISION              EASTERN DIVISION
British Col 8  3 0 338 199 16 Winnipeg    8  4 0 367 270 16
Edmonton    8  4 0 418 293 16 Toronto     6  5 1 333 329 13
Calgary     5  7 0 270 382 10 Hamilton    6  5 0 311 303 12
Saskatch    2  8 1 235 365  5 Ottawa      2  9 0 271 402  4
SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 26
Winnipeg 36, OTTAWA 13 (17101) - Bombers K Trevor Kennerd hammered five of six FGs, ending a four-of-12 slump. The victory put the Bombers in the playoffs, while Ottawa tied a club record set in 1954 of nine straight defeats.
SUNDAY SEPTEMBER 27
Calgary 33, HAMILTON 17 (14189) - Backup QB Rick Worman, handed the start because of Rick Johnson's shoulder injury, sparked the Stamps to their fifth win in six games by throwing two TD passes and running for another.
SASKATCHEWAN 35, Brit Col 20 (24682) - Dave Ridgway booted seven FGs to lead the Roughriders upset. The Riders held quarter leads of 10-0, 23-8 and 35-12 and picked off five of Roy Dewalt passes.
WESTERN DIVISION              EASTERN DIVISION
British Col 8  4 0 358 234 16 *-Winnipeg  9  4 0 403 283 18
Edmonton    8  4 0 418 293 16 Toronto     6  5 1 333 329 13
Calgary     6  7 0 303 399 12 Hamilton    6  6 0 328 336 12
Saskatch    3  8 1 270 385  7 Ottawa      2 10 0 284 438  4
*-Clinched Playoff Berth
FRIDAY OCTOBER 2
EDMONTON 34, Ottawa 19 (31331) - Brian Kelly's 49-yard TD reception sparked Edmonton to a 17-point third quarter. The third-quarter scoring turned a 17-12 game into a rout. The loss was Ottawa's 10th straight.
SATURDAY OCTOBER 3
CALGARY 28, Saskatchewan 11 (23052) - QB Rick Worman threw two TD passes while TB Kirby Warren scored twice and ran for over 100 yards to lead the Stamps, who won for the sixth time in their last seven games.
SUNDAY OCTOBER 4
WINNIPEG 47, Hamilton 14 (31655) - James Jefferson scored on a 28-yard fumble recovery, a 58-yard punt return and twice on laterals after teammates' interceptions to lead the Bombers, who stayed five points up in the East.
TORONTO 33, British Col 14 (26232) - Argos journeyman QB Danny Barrett completed 19 of 34 passes for 206 yards. Gil Fenerty scored two first-quarter TDs, his first, his 11th of the season, setting a club single-season record.
WESTERN DIVISION              EASTERN DIVISION
*-Edmonton  9  4 0 452 312 18 *-Winnipeg 10  4 0 450 297 20
British Col 8  5 0 372 267 16 *-Toronto   7  5 1 366 343 15
Calgary     7  7 0 331 410 14 Hamilton    6  7 0 342 383 12
Saskatch    3  9 1 281 413  7 Ottawa      2 11 0 303 472  4
*-Clinched Playoff Berth
FRIDAY OCTOBER 9
Toronto 30, OTTAWA 22 (16541) - The Argos got TDs from Darrell Smith on a 47-yard pass from Danny Barrett, Paul Pearson on a 7-yard catch as well as on a 1-yard run by Tony Johns, as the Riders dropped their 11th in a row.
SUNDAY OCTOBER 11
Saskatchewan 23, HAMILTON 20 (12541) - A late decision by coach John Gregory gave QB Kent Austin his first start in the CFL and the rookie responded with 15 completions on 24 passes for 292 yards.
Calgary 34, BRITISH COL 6 (31244) - Calgary improved to 6-1 under Larry Kuharich as the interim head coach, as QB Rick Worman completed 15 of 30 passes for 299 yards and two TDs and ran for two more.
MONDAY OCTOBER 12
WINNIPEG 38, Edmonton 20 (24999) - While Esks QB Matt Dunigan sputtered, the ageless Tom Clements threw for 364 yards and five TDs, raising his season totals to 4,075 yards and a career-high 32 touchdowns.
WESTERN DIVISION              EASTERN DIVISION
*-Edmonton  9  5 0 472 350 18 *-Winnipeg 11  4 0 488 317 22
British Col 8  6 0 378 301 16 *-Toronto   8  5 1 396 365 17
Calgary     8  7 0 365 416 16 Hamilton    6  8 0 362 406 12
Saskatch    4  9 1 304 433  9 Ottawa      2 12 0 325 502  4
*-Clinched Playoff Berth
FRIDAY OCTOBER 16
TORONTO 20, Ottawa 17 (21127) - Bob O'Billovich entered the Toronto record book by posting career regular-season win No. 55, as Lance Chomyc booted a 24-yard field goal with 3:39 remaining to salvage the win.
SATURDAY OCTOBER 17
BRIT COL 25, Hamilton 11 (34909) - Roy Dewalt threw two TD passes and Larry Crawford returned a punt 58 yards for a TD as the Lions broke a three-game skid three days after the firing of head coach Don Matthews.
SUNDAY OCTOBER 18
SASKATCHEWAN 34, Edmonton 25 ( ) - Rider RB Walter Bender scored three TDs to keep the Roughriders' slim playoff hopes alive. Bender rushed for TDs from one and five yards and caught a 22-yard pass from Kent Austin.
WESTERN DIVISION              EASTERN DIVISION
*-Edmonton  9  6 0 497 384 18 *-Winnipeg 11  4 0 488 317 22
*-Brit Col  9  6 0 403 312 18 *-Toronto   9  5 1 416 382 19
Calgary     8  7 0 365 416 16 *-Hamilton  6  9 0 373 431 12
Saskatch    5  9 1 338 458 11 Ottawa      2 13 0 342 522  4
*-Clinched Playoff Berth
DIVISION SEMI-FINALS
Sun Nov 15 - TORONTO 29, Hamilton 13 (21339) - Lance Chomyc kicked six FGs to help the Toronto win. Chomyc, who also kicked six FGs in a win over Winnipeg last week, tied the playoff record for most FGs in a game, set by Dave Cutler of Edmonton in 1973.
Sun Nov 15 - EDMONTON 30, Calgary 16 (26809) - Jerry Kauric's five FGs helped the Eskimos advance to the conference final. Kauric made field goals of 48, 34, 47, 34 and 49 yards.
DIVISION FINALS
Sun Nov 22 - Toronto 19, WINNIPEG 3 (32946) - Gilbert Renfroe and FB Tony Johns scored the Argos' TDs, both on one-yard runs. Lance Chomyc added the converts, a 27-yard FG and single. Winnipeg's only points were a 13-
yard FG by Trevor Kennerd to open the game's scoring in the second quarter.
Sun Nov 22 - Edmonton 31, BRIT COL 7 (44385) - Quarterback Matt Dunigan solved the B.C. coverage by riddling the secondary for several long gains and two TD passes to send the Eskimos to the Grey Cup. The Lions did not
score a TD against an Edmonton defence which racked up four sacks.
FRIDAY OCTOBER 23
TORONTO 25, Saskatchewan 3 (22329) - Backup QB John Congemi led Toronto to two early third-quarter TDs as the Argos eliminated the Roughriders from playoff contention for the 11th straight year.
SATURDAY OCTOBER 24
Hamilton 28, OTTAWA 2 (16370) - The only offensive TDs of the game came in the fourth when Ken Hobart hit WR Steve Stapler with a 23-yard scoring pass and Tom Porras passed three yards to WR Tony Champion.
SUNDAY OCTOBER 25
British Col 32, CALGARY 12 (25233) - The Lions broke open a low-scoring game with 27 second-half points. The B.C. defence pitched in with six sacks of Calgary quarterbacks Rick Worman and Carl Fodor.
EDMONTON 49, Winnipeg 24 (33376) - Giving the Bombers a taste of the medicine Winnipeg doled out in a 38-20 win two weeks ago, the Eskimos rode a 24-point third quarter to their easy victory.
WESTERN DIVISION              EASTERN DIVISION
*-Edmonton 10  6 0 546 408 20 *-Winnipeg 11  5 0 512 366 22
*-Brit Col 10  6 0 435 324 20 *-Toronto  10  5 1 441 385 21
*-Calgary   8  8 0 377 448 16 *-Hamilton  7  9 0 401 433 12
Saskatch    5 10 1 341 483 11 Ottawa      2 14 0 344 550  4
*-Clinched Playoff Berth
FRIDAY AUGUST 28
EDMONTON 39, Saskatchewan 13 (24000) - QB Damon Allen fired a pair of first-quarter TD passes as Edmonton coasted. Tom Richards broke a punt return for an 88-yard TD to lift the Eskimos to a 25-3 halftime lead.
SATURDAY AUGUST 29
HAMILTON 28, Ottawa 23 (17447) - Ken Zachary scored two TDs as the surging Ti-Cats moved into first. Ottawa had one final chance to win with 30 seconds to go but DB Less Browne picked off a Todd Dillon pass.
SUNDAY AUGUST 30
BRIT COL 24, Winnipeg 23 (38338) - Lui Passaglia's 53-yard punt and some indecision by Bombers' KR Ken Winey, allowed B.C. to pick up a single point with 36 seconds to go. Stan Mikawos just missed blocking the kick.
NOTE: The Montreal Alouettes folded on June 24. The CFL moved Winnipeg to the East. The playoff format reverted back to its pre-1986 format.
FRIDAY OCTOBER 30
Ottawa 12, SASKATCHEWAN 9 (21773) - Ottawa QB Joe Paopao completed 22 of 34 passes for 250 yards to snap their 13-game losing skid. The defence sacked Saskatchewan QB Kent Austin seven times.
SATURDAY OCTOBER 31
Calgary 34, HAMILTON 33 (13520) - Hamilton K Roy Kurtz missed a 30-yard FG with five seconds remaining, emerging only with a single, in a game marred by injury, ill temper and three player ejections.
WINNIPEG 24, Toronto 23 (26288) - The dramatic victory, pulled out by a 46-yard Trevor Kennerd FG with 2:14 remaining, gave the Bombers their first divisional pennant in 15 seasons.
British Col 33, EDMONTON 32 (40414) - Roy Dewalt hit Jim Sandusky with a two-yard TD pass with one second to go to clinch first place in the West for the Lions, capping a 104-yard, 33-second drive to steal the victory.
WESTERN DIVISION              EASTERN DIVISION
*-Brit Col 11  6 0 470 356 22 X-Winnipeg 12  5 0 536 389 24
*-Edmonton 10  7 0 576 441 20 *-Toronto  10  6 1 464 409 21
*-Calgary   9  8 0 411 481 18 *-Hamilton  7 10 0 434 467 12
Saskatch    5 11 1 350 495 11 Ottawa      3 14 0 356 559  6
X-Clinched Division Title     *-Clinched Playoff Berth
FRIDAY NOVEMBER 6
CALGARY 42, Hamilton 36 (25944) - Gary Allen ran for 131 yards and scored three TDs to lead the Stampeders. Vince Goldsmith blocked a Hamilton punt and chased the ball into the end zone for Calgary's other touchdown.
SATURDAY NOVEMBER 7
Edmonton 39, OTTAWA 21 (15107) - The Eskimos tuned up for their playoffs with a 501-yard attack that included 301 net yards of passing, and won for the first time in Ottawa in four years.
SUNDAY NOVEMBER 8
TORONTO 20, Winnipeg 18 (21042) - Lance Chomyc's 55-yard FG with no time remaining put a dramatic finish on a boring contest. The game attracted the Argos' smallest crowd in 20 years.
BRIT COL 34, Saskatchewan 14 (38730) - B.C., winning their fourth straight under new coach Larry Donovan, compiled 22 first downs and 393 net yards, including 237 along the ground as Ray Crouse rushed for 114 yards.
WESTERN DIVISION              EASTERN DIVISION
X-Brit Col 12  6 0 502 370 24 X-Winnipeg 12  6 0 554 409 24
*-Edmonton 11  7 0 617 462 22 *-Toronto  11  6 1 484 427 23
*-Calgary  10  8 0 453 517 20 *-Hamilton  7 11 0 470 509 12
Saskatch    5 12 1 364 529 11 Ottawa      3 15 0 377 598  6
X-Clinched Division Title     *-Clinched Playoff Berth
WESTERN DIVISION              EASTERN DIVISION
British Col 6  3 0 253 163 12 Winnipeg    6  3 0 278 210 12
Edmonton    6  3 0 322 231 12 Hamilton    6  3 0 263 239 12
Calgary     3  6 0 195 303  6 Toronto     4  4 1 249 239  9
Saskatch    2  6 1 197 302  5 Ottawa      2  7 0 236 306  4