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Welcome to the 2017 Canadian Football League season! Another exciting 23 weeks of bigger balls and longer fields is finally upon us. Thursday, Friday and Saturday games will be common in the Great White North during most of the regular season this year. Saskatchewan is in Montreal for a 7:30 PM ET Opening Night Kickoff at Percival Molson Memorial Stadium in Quebec on June 22, 2017.
We are now just five sleeps away from the 104th Canadian Football League Grey Cup battle. Thanks to victories over the Edmonton Eskimos and British Columbia Lions respectively, the Ottawa Redblacks are representing the East Division while the Calgary Stampeders will carry the West Division flag into CFL Championship Sunday. Being played on natural grass, for the first time since 2002, kickoff is slated for 6:30 PM ET on November 27, 2016, at BMO Field in Toronto, Ontario. The Red & White are heavy favorites over the Red & Black.
Article posted on Sunday 13 November
Grey Cup fever continues to heat up as Canadian Football League Division Final playoff action is upon us. First up, at 1:00 PM on Sunday, November 20, 2016, the Eastern Finalist will be determined when the Ottawa Redblacks host the road favorite Edmonton Eskimos at TD Place Stadium in the Nation's Capital. The Western Finalist will crowned when the British Columbia Lions roll into McMahon Stadium as big underdogs to battle the Calgary Stampeders at 4:30 PM ET. Here are our previews and picks for Round Two of the 2016 CFL Playoffs.
A slate of matches with serious playoff implications greets bettors at the Bodog and SportsInteraction sportsbooks as we preview and predict the Week 19 CFL schedule. Toronto and Montreal both joined Saskatchewan on the eliminated list once the dust settled following Week 18 action but five squads are ready to square off in important contests this weekend. The betting boards feature two home favourites and two teams that are road chalk in matches that are spread out over three days from October 28 to 30, 2016. Let’s get into the games.
Packed with a ton of playoff implications, Week 18 of the 2016 CFL schedule is upon us. Two Friday night contests get us going as Hamilton and Ottawa play the second of a home-and-home series prior to Calgary hosting Toronto in the Stampede City. Those matches are followed by a CFL Saturday doubleheader that features Montreal visiting Saskatchewan prior to British Columbia hosting Edmonton for a pivotal contest in Vancouver. Winnipeg will be watching the Eskimos vs Lions tilt with interest as the Blue Bombers are on a bye this week.
Hoping everyone enjoyed Thanksgiving weekend, and cashed some winning CFL Week 16 wagers, our focus turns to the Canadian Football League Week 17 schedule. A pair of Friday night contests are first up on the slate as Hamilton hosts Ottawa in a fight for first in the East before Winnipeg visits BC in a battle for second place in West. In Saturday CFL doubleheader action, Saskatchewan heads east to tussle with Toronto prior to Montreal visiting Calgary as monster sized underdogs to close out CFL Week 17 betting slate on October 15, 2016.
Canadian Football League action is spread out this week as we have one game on both Friday and Saturday, prior to celebrating Canadian Thanksgiving Day with two contests on Monday. Bookmakers at Bodog and SportsInteraction have posted Ottawa and Winnipeg as home chalk against Saskatchewan and BC, while Montreal and Toronto are home dogs versus Edmonton and Calgary respectively during the CFL Week 16 battles. Hamilton will use their bye week trying to steady the badly listing good ship Tiger-Cats. Let's get to the action.
As it should be, at the three-quarter pole of the 2016 Canadian Football League season, our CFL Week 15 preview and predictions revolve around contests that are cloaked with playoff implications. It's a three-day weekend as Edmonton visits Winnipeg on Friday, then the Calgary vs Hamilton and Ottawa vs BC battles roll during Saturday doubleheader action before the week closes with a matinee tilt that features Toronto facing Montreal on Sunday, October 2, 2016.
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Exciting Canadian Football League action continues to roll along as we offer up our CFL Week 14 thoughts and predictions. We get a very compact schedule this weekend as the Toronto vs Ottawa and BC vs Edmonton contests are up first on Friday night prior to the Winnipeg vs Calgary and Hamilton vs Saskatchewan battles that close out the CFL Week 14 slate of matches on September 24, 2016.