Hamilton Tiger-Cats 36 @ Winnipeg Blue Bombers 33 OT

Game Details

  • Week 9
  • 57th Game of Regular Season (70th Overall)
  • Friday, Aug. 25, 1995 8:30 PM EDT ( )
  • (Local)
  • at Winnipeg Stadium in Winnipeg, MB
    • Surface: Fixed Artificial Turf (AstroTurf-like)
    • Attendance: 22,211
    • Capacity: 33,675
  • Broadcaster:
    • TSN

Game Notes

Game Summary

Much to the disappointment of the 22,000 fans at Winnipeg Stadium, Hamilton extended their three game winning streak by sneaking past Winnipeg in overtime. The only scoring of the first quarter came from kicker Paul Osbaldiston who blasted two punts into the end zone for single points. Winnipeg got on the score sheet in the second quarter on a 64 yard Bob Cameron punt single. Tiger-Cat wide receiver Larry Thompson, who recorded 275 yards receiving during the night, scored his first of three touchdowns on an 18 yard pass from QB Steve Taylor. Osbaldiston’s convert attempt was good. Blue Bomber kicker Troy Westwood notched two field goals in a row from 27 and 33 yards to bring Winnipeg back into the game. Winnipeg trailed by 2 at half-time. Blaise Bryant took the lead for Winnipeg on a 2 yard TD reception from Shawn Moore. Westwood’s convert gave the Bombers a 4 point lead. Cameron recorded his second single of the game sending a 75 yard punt into the end zone. With Anthony Calvillo in at quarterback, the Ti-Cats tied the game with a 14 yard TD pass to Richard Nurse. Osbaldiston kicked the convert and later scored a single on a 70 yard punt through the end zone to give Hamilton a 2 point lead going into the fourth quarter. Winnipeg’s Bryant scored his second TD of the game on a 5 yard run and Westwood booted the single to take the lead again. Hamilton fought back with Calvillo throwing two TD passes to Thompson. The first covered 35 yards and a two-point convert attempt that followed failed. The second was an 82 yard passing play that was converted by Osbaldiston to give Hamilton an 8 point margin. Winnipeg QB Moore took the ball into the end zone himself to keep the game close. The ensuing two-point convert attempt, which would have tied the game, failed. Fortunately for Winnipeg, Hamilton punter Osbaldiston was forced to concede a safety sending the game into overtime. The only scoring of the first overtime period came as Osbaldiston booted a 40 yard field goal. Westwood kicked a 49 yard field goal halfway through the second overtime to tie the game up. With time expired on the clock, Osbaldiston stole the victory from Winnipeg on a 45 yard field goal. The win extends Hamilton’s lead over Winnipeg for the fourth playoff spot in the Northern Division.

Source: Game Review, 1995 CFL Weekly Statistical Package

1994 and 1995 Winnipeg and Hamilton Matchups
1994Week 11WPG 38 @ HAM 21
Week 16HAM 44 @ WPG 46
1995Week BHAM 23 @ WPG 30
Week 9HAM 36 @ WPG 33 OT
Week 14WPG 24 @ HAM 20

Blue Bombers record vs Tiger-Cats (Regular Season)

Last decade (1986 to 1995)
  • at Winnipeg 11–3–0 (0.786)
  • at Hamilton 6–6–0 (0.500)
  • Winnipeg Total 17–9–0 (0.654)
All-time (through 1995)
  • at Winnipeg 19–10–0 (0.655)
  • at Hamilton 13–14–0 (0.481)
  • Winnipeg Total 32–24–0 (0.571)

Streaks as of Aug. 25, 1995 (Regular Season)

Blue Bombers streak at home vs Tiger-Cats
Blue Bombers streak overall vs Tiger-Cats

Boxscore

Linescore
1st 2nd 3rd 4th OT1 Final
Tiger-Cats 2 7 10 11 6 36
Blue Bombers 0 7 8 15 3 33

Tiger-Cats coach: Don Sutherin (W)
Blue Bombers coach: Cal Murphy (L)

Tiger-Cats (6-3-0) Next vs Stallions Sep 02
Blue Bombers (3-6-0) Next @ Roughriders Sep 03

Game Time Weather in Winnipeg, MB

August 25th Hourly Weather Summary for Winnipeg
Site Local Time Condition Temp. Wind Humidity Feels Like Pressure
Richardson Int'l A 7:00 PM Mainly Clear 20.5°C NE (350°) at 11 km/h 80% 26 98.59 kPa
Richardson Int'l A 8:00 PM Mainly Clear 16.5°C NE (340°) at 9 km/h 89% 98.62 kPa
Richardson Int'l A 9:00 PM Clear 14.7°C NE (350°) at 13 km/h 90% 98.72 kPa
Richardson Int'l A 10:00 PM Clear 13.9°C NE (340°) at 6 km/h 89% 98.75 kPa
Richardson Int'l A 11:00 PM Clear 12.8°C NE (340°) at 9 km/h 91% 98.82 kPa

Conditions at Winnipeg Richardson Int'l A (4.27 km away). Weather courtesy of Environment Canada Data.

League Records Set and Approached in HAM @ WPG

CategoryCurrent
Rank
Original
Rank
ValuePersonTeamRecord Held Span OR
Regular Season – Receiving Yards – Game 4th 4th 275 yards Larry Thompson HAM

Sources

  • CFL (Game score/boxscore)

Contributors

  • Steve Daniel/CFL

Notices

  • Data is verified (Data Complete)