1969 Hamilton Tiger-Cats season

1969 Hamilton Tiger-Cats season
Head coach Joe Restic
Home field Ivor Wynne Stadium
Results
Record 8–5–1
Division place 3rd, East
Playoff finish Lost Eastern Semi-Finals
Team MOP Tommy Joe Coffey
Team MOC Bill Danychuk
Timeline
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< 1968 1970 >

The 1969 Hamilton Tiger-Cats season was the 12th season for the team in the Canadian Football League and their 20th overall. The Tiger-Cats finished in 3rd place in the East division with an 8–5–1 record, but lost the Eastern Semi-Finals to the Toronto Argonauts.

Regular season

Season Standings

Eastern Football Conference
Team GP W L T PF PA Pts
Ottawa Rough Riders 14 11 3 0 399 298 22
Toronto Argonauts 14 10 4 0 406 280 20
Hamilton Tiger-Cats 14 8 5 1 307 315 17
Montreal Alouettes 14 2 10 2 304 395 6

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Season schedule

Week Date Opponent Final Score Record
1 July 31 at Toronto Argonauts 34–28 1–0
2 Aug 9 Montreal Alouettes 22–22 1–0–1
3 Aug 16 BC Lions 25–0 2–0–1
4 Aug 25 at Calgary Stampeders 27–26 3–0–1
5 Sept 1 Ottawa Rough Riders 27–22 4–0–1
7 Sept 10 at Winnipeg Blue Bombers 17–7 5–0–1
7 Sept 14 at Saskatchewan Roughriders 31–29 6–0–1
8 Sept 21 Montreal Alouettes 41–35 6–1–1
10 Sept 30 Edmonton Eskimos 17–12 7–1–1
10 Oct 4 at Ottawa Rough Riders 28–20 7–2–1
11 Oct 13 Toronto Argonauts 17–7 7–3–1
12 Oct 19 at Toronto Argonauts 51–8 7–4–1
13 Oct 26 at Montreal Alouettes 25–9 7–5–1
14 Nov 1 Ottawa Rough Riders 28–7 8–5–1

[2]

Post-season

Game Date Opponent Final Score
Eastern Semi-Final Nov 9 at Toronto Argonauts 15–9
[2]

Awards and honours

References

  1. ^ http://www.cfl.ca/standings/1969/reg
  2. ^ a b http://www.profootballarchives.com/1969cflham.html
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