Toronto Argonauts 19 @ Calgary Stampeders 26

Game Details

  • Week 14
  • 90th Game of Regular Season (103rd Overall)
  • Saturday, Sep 30, 1995 8:00 PM EDT ( )
  • (Local)
  • at McMahon Stadium in Calgary, AB
    • Surface: Fixed Artificial Turf (AstroTurf-like)
    • Attendance: 22,570
    • Capacity: 37,317
  • Broadcaster:
    • CBC

Game Notes

Game Summary

With Calgary having locked up a playoff berth, the only goal going into this weekends game for the Stampeders was to clinch first place. A win over the Argonauts would assure the Stamps of home field advantage for the playoffs. The Argos scored first as Terry Baker sent a 65 yard punt out of the end zone for a single. The first major score of the game came on a 17 yard passing play between the Stampeders Jeff Garcia and Tony Stewart. Mark McLoughlin kicked the convert. Argo kicker Baker got on the board again with a 36 yard field goal. In the second quarter, Garcia carried the ball in from the 1-yard line to open scoring for the Stamps’. McLoughlin kicked the convert. Late in the quarter, McLoughlin booted a 25 yard field goal to give Calgary a 13 point lead at half-time. Toronto mounted a come back in the third quarter. Duane Forde caught a 4 yard pass from Marvin Graves to get the ball rolling. Baker kicked the convert. Baker added another point on a 47 yard punt into the end zone. Dynamic newcomer Jimmy Cunningham recorded the second longest punt return in the League this season. He took the ball from 2 yards inside the end zone for the major. Baker’s convert gave the Argos a 2 point lead. Calgary fought back in the fourth quarter. Garcia ran the ball in for the second time in the game. The 3 yard TD regained the lead for the Stamp’s. Calgary’s two-point convert attempt from Garcia to Terry Vaughn was good extending the lead to 6 points. Stampeder kicker McLoughlin added one more to their total with a 54 yard missed field goal. Calgary’s come from behind win clinched home field advantage for the Stampeders throughout the playoffs.

Source: Game Review, 1995 CFL Weekly Statistical Package

1994 and 1995 Calgary and Toronto Matchups
1994Week 8CGY 52 @ TOR 3
1995Week 14TOR 19 @ CGY 26
Week 18CGY 22 @ TOR 31

Stampeders record vs Argonauts (Regular Season)

Last decade (1985 to 1994)
  • at Calgary 7–2–0 (0.778)
  • at Toronto 5–5–0 (0.500)
  • Calgary Total 12–7–0 (0.632)
All-time (through 1995)
  • at Calgary 15–9–0 (0.625)
  • at Toronto 11–13–1 (0.460)
  • Calgary Total 26–22–1 (0.541)

Streaks as of Sept. 30, 1995 (Regular Season)

Stampeders streak at home vs Argonauts
Stampeders streak overall vs Argonauts


1st 2nd 3rd 4th Final
Argonauts 4 0 15 0 19
Stampeders 7 10 0 9 26

Argonauts coach: Bob O'Billovich (L)
Stampeders coach: Wally Buono (W)

Argonauts (2-12-0) Next vs Blue Bombers Oct 09
Stampeders (13-1-0) Next @ Lions Oct 09

Game Time Weather in Calgary, AB

September 30th Hourly Weather Summary for Calgary
Site Local Time Condition Temp. Wind Humidity Pressure
COP Upper 6:00 PM Mostly Cloudy 11.0°C NNE (260°) at 20 km/h 44% 101.03 kPa
COP Upper 7:00 PM Mostly Cloudy 10.1°C NNE (230°) at 17 km/h 46% 100.95 kPa
COP Upper 8:00 PM Mostly Cloudy 10.1°C NNE (260°) at 17 km/h 45% 100.90 kPa
COP Upper 9:00 PM Mostly Cloudy 9.1°C NNE (270°) at 19 km/h 47% 100.86 kPa

Conditions at COP Upper (8.78 km away). Weather courtesy of Environment Canada Data.

Data from Dark Sky. Contains supplemental data (Conditions, Pressure, Cloud cover) from Dark Sky estimated conditions.

League Records Set and Approached in TOR @ CGY
Including known plays over 55 yards

ValuePersonRecord Held Span OR


  • CFL (Game score/boxscore)


  • Steve Daniel/CFL


  • Data is verified (Data Complete)