The Hamilton Tiger-Cats’ 2002 Season

Season Summary

  • Finished 3rd in the East Division and lost a playoff position in the crossover

Hamilton Tiger-Cats 2002 Full Schedule/Results

Team Roster and Stats

Hamilton Tiger-Cats 2002 Record
GP W L T OTL PTS PF PA Streak L6
Pre-season 2 1 1 0 0 2 63 54 W1 1-1-0
Regular Season 18 7 11 0 1 15 427 524 L1 1-5-0
    Home 9 6 3 0 1 13 250 219 L3 3-3-0
    Visitor 9 1 8 0 0 2 177 305 W1 1-5-0
   Divisional opponent 8 4 4 0 1 9 232 204 W1 3-3-0
   Non-divisional opponent 10 3 7 0 0 6 195 320 L5 1-5-0

Full 2002 League Standings

Hamilton Tiger-Cats 2002 Opponent Appearances

Opponent Opp. Win %
Divisional 0.493 3-1-0 (4) 1-3-0 (4)
Non-Divisional 0.544 3-2-0 (5) 0-5-0 (5)
Montreal Alouettes (3) 0.722
Toronto Argonauts (3) 0.444
Ottawa Renegades (2) 0.222
BC Lions (2) 0.556
Calgary Stampeders (2) 0.333
Edmonton Eskimos (2) 0.722
Saskatchewan Roughriders (2) 0.444
Winnipeg Blue Bombers (2) 0.667

Coaches

Head Coach

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Assistant Coaches
  • Ron Lancaster – Offensive Coordinator
  • Mark Murray – Offensive line
  • Donald Sutherin – Defensive Coordinator
  • Dennis McPhee – Defensive line
  • Andy Cox – Special Teams Coordinator

2002 Hamilton Tiger-Cats Attendance

  • Capacity: 28,830
  • Total: 159,287
  • High: 25,327
  • Avg: 17,698 (9 out of 9 games)
  • Diff from 2001 Avg: -609
  • Low: 15,061
  • Sellouts: 0
  • % of Capacity: 61.39
  • Diff from League Avg: -7,089

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Team Scoring

20022001 +/-
Average Combined Score 52.83 5.06 +
Average Winning Score 30.14 2.51 +
Average Losing Score 19.64 0.21 +
Average Home Score 27.78 3.56 +
Average Visitor Score 19.67 5.00 -
Average Margin of Victory 8.14 0.58 -
Average Margin of Loss 14.00 3.14 +

Stadium

  • 2002 home stadium: Ivor Wynne Stadium
  • Capacity: 28,830
  • Playing surface: Granulated Rubber Filled Artificial Turf (FieldTurf-like)
  • Previous stadium change: 2002 – Reduction/artificial turf replacement

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Regular Season Scoring Summary by Quarter

1st 2nd 3rd 4th Final
HVT HVT HVT HVT H (PPG)V (PPG)T (PPG)
Hamilton 183048 9956155 243660 9355148 250 (27.8)177 (19.7)427 (23.7)
Opponent 4468112 52112164 6060120 5965124 305 (33.9)219 (24.3)524 (29.1)

Lead/Trailed Record by Quarter

Home Visitor Total
Quarter Lead (Record) Tied (Record) Trailed (Record) Lead (Record) Tied (Record) Trailed (Record) Lead (Record) Tied (Record) Trailed (Record)
After 1st 3 (3-0-0) 1 (1-0-0) 5 (2-3-0) 3 (1-2-0) 1 (0-1-0) 5 (0-5-0) 6 (4-2-0) 2 (1-1-0) 10 (2-8-0)
After 2nd 6 (4-2-0) 0 (0-0-0) 3 (2-1-0) 1 (1-0-0) 0 (0-0-0) 8 (0-8-0) 7 (5-2-0) 0 (0-0-0) 11 (2-9-0)
After 3rd 3 (3-0-0) 1 (1-0-0) 5 (2-3-0) 1 (1-0-0) 0 (0-0-0) 8 (0-8-0) 4 (4-0-0) 1 (1-0-0) 13 (2-11-0)
After 4th 3 (3-0-0) 4 (3-1-0) 2 (0-2-0) 1 (1-0-0) 0 (0-0-0) 8 (0-8-0) 4 (4-0-0) 4 (3-1-0) 10 (0-10-0)
After OT1 3 (3-0-0) 0 (0-0-0) 1 (0-1-0) 0 (0-0-0) 0 (0-0-0) 0 (0-0-0) 3 (3-0-0) 0 (0-0-0) 1 (0-1-0)

Hamilton Tiger-Cats 2002 Stars of the Week

Offensive Star

  • None

Defensive Star

  • 1 – Chris Shelling

Lineman Star

  • None

Special Teams Star

  • 2 – Paul Osbaldiston
  • 1 – Steve Fisher
  • 1 – Tony Miles

Hamilton Tiger-Cats 2002 Player Awards and Nominations

2002 Most Outstanding
  • Player — Troy Davis (Team Nominee)
  • Defensive Player — Rob Hitchcock (Team Nominee)
  • Offensive Lineman — Dave Hack (Team Nominee)
  • Canadian Player — Rob Hitchcock (Team Nominee)
  • Rookie — Tony Miles (Team Nominee)

Hamilton Tiger-Cats 2002 Draft Picks

Round–Pick
(Overall)
[Via]Player (Position)College/Program
1–7 (7) John Macdonald (DL) McGill
2–7 (16) Jake Roberts (OL) Simon Fraser
3–7 (25) Doug Borden (DL) Saint Mary's
4–7 (34) James Elliott (WR) Calgary
5–7 (43) Scott Coe (LB) Manitoba
6–7 (52) Kenneth Vermette (RB) Manitoba

Hamilton Tiger-Cats 2002 All-Star Selections

1 All-Canadian Selections
S Rob Hitchcock
3 All-Division Selections
RB Troy Davis
T Dave Hack
S Rob Hitchcock

* – indicates unanimous selection

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Week Game Details (EDT
A 4
Thu. June 13
7:00 PM
MTL 37 @ HAM 26 L 19,035
B 9
Fri. June 21
7:00 PM
HAM 37 vs TOR 17 W 9,178
1 14
Sat. June 29
7:30 PM
BC 15 @ HAM 27 W 16,032 TSN
2 17
Fri. July 5
8:30 PM
HAM 15 @ WPG 24 L 25,609 TSN
3 22
Fri. July 12
7:30 PM
CGY 31 @ HAM 34 OT W 17,140 TSN
4 26
Thu. July 18
10:30 PM
HAM 21 @ BC 51 L 14,218 TSN
5 29
Thu. July 25
7:30 PM
HAM 37 @ OTT 38 L 24,335 TSN
6 34
Thu. Aug. 1
7:30 PM
SSK 31 @ HAM 34 OT W 15,369
7 37
Wed. Aug. 7
9:00 PM
HAM 5 @ EDM 33 L 38,852 TSN
41
Sun. Aug. 11
6:00 PM
HAM 14 @ SSK 30 L 23,889 TSN
9 47
Thu. Aug. 22
7:30 PM
OTT 9 @ HAM 30 W 15,249 TSN
10 53
Mon. Sept. 2
1:30 PM
TOR 14 @ HAM 22 W 25,327 CBC
11 57
Sun. Sept. 8
1:00 PM
HAM 30 @ MTL 32 L 20,002 RDS, TSN
12 61
Sun. Sept. 15
1:00 PM
MTL 28 @ HAM 35 OT W 15,061 RDS
13 66
Sun. Sept. 22
1:00 PM
HAM 21 @ TOR 28 L 18,932
14 70
Sun. Sept. 29
1:00 PM
EDM 34 @ HAM 33 L 16,054
15 71
Fri. Oct. 4
9:30 PM
HAM 5 @ CGY 43 L 30,578 TSN
16 77
Mon. Oct. 14
1:00 PM
TOR 29 @ HAM 28 OT L 20,216 CBC
17 81
Sun. Oct. 20
1:00 PM
HAM 29 @ MTL 26 W 20,002 TSN, RDS
18 85
Sun. Oct. 27
1:00 PM
WPG 28 @ HAM 7 L 18,839 TSN