HAMILTON — With a first place finish in the CFL’s east division and a bye to the east final secured, the Tiger-Cats added a franchise record 13th win to their stellar season, at home Saturday….
Tim Horton’s field
HAMILTON — The host Tiger-Cats had Tim Hortons Field partying like it’s 1999 Friday night. Both on and off the field. With members of the ’99 Grey Cup team in attendance and around the organization…
Winless in their last six games without Brandon Banks, the Hamilton Tiger-Cats needed their superstar wide receiver more than ever.
Despite some relevant absences, the Tiger-Cats were able to hold on the lead against the Blue Bombers on CFL Friday Night Football.
Football is a game of 60 minutes, but Winnipeg Blue Bombers’ quarterback Matt Nichols felt the game was already sealed on only his second pass attempt.
Calgary’s offensive inconsistency was the main reason for the 30-23 loss against Hamilton.
After seven years and 15 games the Hamilton Tiger-Cats finally erased their organizational demons when it comes to the Calgary Stampeders.
With their spring championship aspirations at stake, Forge FC delivered late in Canadian Premier League action Saturday, at Tim Horton’s field in Hamilton.