Calgary Stampeders 22 @ Toronto Argonauts 31

Game Details

  • Week 18
  • 113th Game of Regular Season (126th Overall)
  • Friday, Oct. 27, 1995 7:30 PM EDT ( )
  • at The SkyDome in Toronto, ON
    • Surface: Fixed Artificial Turf (AstroTurf-like)
    • Roof state unknown
    • Attendance: 23,196
    • Capacity: 52,595
  • Broadcasters:
    • TSN
    • ESPN2

Game Notes

Game Summary

With little more than pride on the line Friday night, the Toronto Argonauts put together an impressive offensive show in front of 23,000 fans on National Unity Night at the SkyDome. Argo QB Kent Austin set up the first score with a 17 yard pass to Rob Crifo. Terry Baker kicked the convert. Calgary narrowed the Toronto lead early in the second quarter with a 30 yard Mark McLoughlin field goal. The Argonauts countered with a 31 yard field goal by Baker to regain their 7 point lead. Calgary fought back again with McLoughlin sending field goals through from 39 and 38 yards. Toronto took a slim 10 to 9 lead into the locker room at the half. Calgary got their first lead of the game early in the second half when QB Shawn Moore hooked up with Pee Wee Smith for a 7 yard touchdown. McLoughlin kicked the convert. Toronto marched right back up the field on the next series of plays. Mike “Pinball” Clemons carried the ball in from the 1-yard line to cap the drive. Baker’s convert regained the 1 point Toronto lead. Baker kicked a field goal from 49 yards out before the end of the quarter the giving Toronto a four point lead. Baker missed a 29 yard field goal attempt but scored the single for the Argos early in the fourth quarter. Calgary got another passing TD when Moore threw a 14 yard pass to Vince Danielsen. A two-point convert attempt from Moore to Sapunjis went incomplete. Down by 1, the Argonauts played a brilliant final five minutes. Baker hit a 29 yard field goal for the Argos to regain the lead. Paul Masotti capped a spectacular night with a 45 yard touchdown reception from Austin. Baker’s convert put Toronto ahead by 9. The Argo’s Masotti played brilliantly catching 10 passes for 244 yards ending a dismal season for Toronto on a positive note.

Source: Game Review, 1995 CFL Weekly Statistical Package

Toronto and Calgary Matchups

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

Argonauts record vs Stampeders
(Regular Season)

Last decade 1986 to 1995
  • at Toronto 5–5–0
  • at Calgary 2–7–0
  • Toronto Total 7–12–0
All-time (through 1995)
  • at Toronto 13–11–1
  • at Calgary 9–15–0
  • Toronto Total 22–26–1

Streaks as of Oct. 27, 1995
(Regular Season)

Argonauts streak at home vs Stampeders
Argonauts streak overall vs Stampeders

Boxscore

Linescore
1st 2nd 3rd 4th Final
Stampeders 0 9 7 6 22
Argonauts 7 3 10 11 31

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

Stampeders (15-3-0) Next vs Tiger-Cats Nov 04

Game Time Weather in Toronto, ON

October 27th Hourly Weather Summary for Toronto
Site Local Time Condition Temp. Wind Humidity Pressure
Toronto Island A 7:00 PM Overcast 10.1°C NNE (190°) at 19 km/h 100% 98.56 kPa
Toronto Island A 8:00 PM Overcast 9.7°C NNE (200°) at 6 km/h 100% 98.56 kPa
Toronto Island A 9:00 PM Overcast 9.9°C NNE (180°) at 0 km/h 100% 98.56 kPa
Toronto Island A 10:00 PM Rain 10.5°C NNE (190°) at 7 km/h 98% 98.56 kPa
Toronto Island A 11:00 PM Rain 10.3°C NNE (210°) at 30 km/h 93% 98.56 kPa

Conditions at Toronto Island A (1.52 km away). Weather courtesy of Environment Canada Data.

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Sources

  • CFL (Game score/boxscore)

Contributors

  • Steve Daniel/CFL

Notices

  • Data is verified (Data Complete)