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Just how bad is the CFL's East Division?

Having one conference or division be much stronger than the other is not uncommon in sports. Recently, the NHL had the Western Conference experience a run as the stronger half of the league, but that’s swung back to the East. 568 more words

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New Eskimo John Chick practises with team for the first time

John Chick is happy to be in Edmonton, and the Eskimos are happy to have the big defensive end acquired over the weekend from the Hamilton Tiger-Cats. 472 more words

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Hamilton Tiger-Cats get Ricky Collins Jr. in trade with Saskatchewan Roughriders

Wide receiver Ricky Collins Jr. was acquired by the Hamilton Tiger-Cats on Friday night in a trade with the Saskatchewan Roughriders.

Hamilton also got a seventh round pick in the 2018 CFL draft. 160 more words

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Redblacks get back on winning side of ledger with rout of Tiger-Cats

Redblacks 37, Tiger-Cats 18

HAMILTON — The Ottawa Redblacks had been looking for something, anything to get them kickstarted.

On Friday night, they found that something: Brett Maher’s right foot. 1,137 more words

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Football team fixer June Jones has fond memories of Ottawa

HAMILTON — Back in the Canadian Football League as an assistant head coach with the Hamilton Tiger-Cats, 64-year-old June Jones — with a lengthy and impressive NCAA and NFL coaching résumé — has fond memories of Canada, specifically Ottawa. 352 more words

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Something's gotta give when Ticats host Redblacks

The difference between 0-8 and 1-7 may not seem like much, but the Hamilton Tiger-Cats might feel differently if they see the latter record beside their name in the CFL standings after they host the Ottawa Redblacks Friday night. 222 more words

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Must-win time: Redblacks, Ticats look to get back into playoff picture

HAMILTON — It’s a tired, old sports cliché, but both the Ottawa Redblacks and Hamilton Tiger-Cats are surely in must-win territory.

The winless Ticats (0-7) and one-win Redblacks (1-6-1) meet Friday night with so much on the line — and, oddly enough, an opportunity to crawl back into the CFL East playoff race. 1,059 more words

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