Fri. Dec 1st, 2023


1. Us: (4-10)

The Stamps fell to the Alouettes at home last time out. They need a win this week against Hamilton to get within a game of the Saskatchewan Roughriders, who they play on Oct. 13, for third in the west.


2. Them: Hamilton Tiger-Cats (6-8)

The Tiger-Cats were pushed around by the powerhouse Toronto Argonauts last weekend, falling 29-14. They are in a battle for second in the east with Montreal and will be hungry for a win at home.

3. Us Vs Them:

This is the one and only meeting between the Tiger-Cats and Stampeders this season. The last time they played was Oct. 14, 2022 in Calgary, a game Hamilton won 35-32.

The last time the two clubs met in Hamilton, the Red and White pulled away with a thrilling 33-30 comeback win in OT.


4. National Day for Truth And Reconciliation

The Stamps will wear orange jerseys during the pre-game warmup and a specially designed logo on their helmets in Hamilton to honour the National Day for Truth and Reconciliation.

Designed by Jacob Alexis, Richard Running Rabbit and Siksika Health Services CEO Dr. Tyler White, the basic concept for the special logo to be worn on the Stampeders’ helmets emulates the Contemporary Plains Style Traditional Art.

Click here to read more.

Fans will have the opportunity to win one of the special-edition orange pre-game jerseys worn by the players prior to Saturday’s game by purchasing Stampeders Foundation RE/MAX 50/50 raffle tickets.


The jackpot opened Sunday, Sept. 24 and will run until Saturday, Sept. 30 at 11 p.m. Everyone purchasing a 50/50 ticket will be entered into a draw for a chance to win the jackpot and/or one of 49 orange jerseys worn by a member of the Stampeders. Seven jersey draws of seven jerseys each will be held over the seven-day raffle.

Proceeds will benefit local youth programming in each of the Treaty 7 First Nation Communities.  Through the CSEC Inclusion Program, support is provided to programs and charities such as Spirit North, the Canadian Sports Hall of Fame Indigenous Sport Heroes Education Experience and the CSEC Indigenous Internship Program, among others.

5. Who’s Where

6. Players to Watch

Stamps: REC Tre Odoms-Dukes: Odoms-Dukes returned to the Stamps lineup last week and hauled in four catches for 55-yards. He has 549-yards and two touchdowns in 10 games this season.

Tiger-Cats: REC Tim White: White has had a great season for Hamilton despite the quarterback carousel. He sits 68-yards away from a 1,000-yard season and has found the endzone five times.

7. Quotable:

“We’re looking for an opportunity to go out there and compete. That’s what we need to do.” – Head coach and general manager Dave Dickenson on the matchup in Hamilton.

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