Montreal entered this game looking to better their record to 4-3, while the Lions on the other hand, were coming off an impressive road win at Ivor Wynne Stadium. It was the Lions who scored first when QB Damon Allen teamed up with WR Alfred Jackson for an 18-yard strike. K Lui Passaglia was good for the convert and the Leo’s were up by a 7-0 score after one period of play. Montreal countered 15 seconds into the second stanza when Montreal QB Tracy Ham hit SB Jock Climie from 7 yards away. Baker’s convert tied the score at 7. B.C. regained the lead during their next drive when Allen threw a 66-yard TD strike to SB Al Shipman. Passaglia’s convert was good and B.C. was ahead by a 14-7 count. Baker cut into that lead at 4:03 of the second quarter when his 46-yard FG split the uprights. Montreal latter grabbed the lead for the first time of the night when RB Mike Pringle powered into the end zone from 1‐yard out. Baker’s convert was good and the Als were on the move. Pringle’s second TD also came on a 1-yard run to putting the Als ahead by 10 after Baker’s convert was struck. Baker also hit a pair of FGs to close the half from 40 and 47 yards respectively, giving Montreal a 30-14 advantage after one half of play. The third quarter was quiet from a scoring perspective with only a single off a Baker punt and a Passaglia FG from 30 yards out being recorded on the scoreboard. In the fourth quarter however, Pringle ran in his third TD of the evening from 2 yards out. Baker’s convert was good. Allen also had a rushing TD when he scrambled in from 24 yards away. Passaglia’s convert decreased the Montreal lead to 14. Montreal then iced the game at 13:21of the final quarter when Ham hit SB Chris Armstrong with a quick 4-yard pass. Baker’s convert was good increasing the Montreal advantage to 21. A late TD pass from Allen to SB Mike Trevathan on a 42-yard play would round out the scoring making the final score from B.C. Place 45-31 in favour of the Alouettes. The win halted the recent Montreal losing streak while dropping B.C. into a second place tie in the Western Division with Saskatchewan.
|Vancouver Harbour CS||7:00 PM||Partly Cloudy||23.6°C||NNE (290°) at 24 km/h||NA||101.69 kPa|
|Vancouver Harbour CS||8:00 PM||Breezy||21.0°C||NNE (300°) at 25 km/h||NA||101.67 kPa|
|Vancouver Harbour CS||9:00 PM||Breezy and Partly Cloudy||19.4°C||NNE (300°) at 27 km/h||NA||101.62 kPa|
|Vancouver Harbour CS||10:00 PM||Partly Cloudy||19.0°C||NNE (310°) at 24 km/h||NA||101.57 kPa|
|Vancouver Harbour CS||11:00 PM||Breezy and Partly Cloudy||18.0°C||NNE (310°) at 25 km/h||NA||101.53 kPa|
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