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1973 Hamilton Tiger-Cats season

1973 Hamilton Tiger-Cats season
Head coach Jerry Williams
Home field Ivor Wynne Stadium
Results
Record 7–7
Division place 4th, East
Playoff finish Did not qualify
Team MOP Andy Hopkins
Team MOC Tony Gabriel
Team MOR Louis Clare
Uniform
Timeline
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< 1972 1974 >

The 1973 Hamilton Tiger-Cats season was the 16th season for the team in the Canadian Football League and their 24th overall. The Tiger-Cats finished in 4th place in the East division with a 7–7 record and missed the playoffs for only the second time since the inception of the Tiger-Cats in 1950. In May 1973 the club was sold to Mr. Michael G. DeGroote, chairman and chief executive officer of Laidlaw Transportation Limited.[1]

Regular season

Season Standings

Eastern Football Conference
Team GP W L T PF PA Pts
Ottawa Rough Riders 14 9 5 0 275 234 18
Toronto Argonauts 14 7 5 2 265 231 16
Montreal Alouettes 14 7 6 1 273 238 15
Hamilton Tiger-Cats 14 7 7 0 304 263 14

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Season schedule

Week Date Opponent Final Score Record
1 Aug 1 Montreal Alouettes 9–18 0–1
2 Aug 7 at Montreal Alouettes 14–21 0–2
3 Aug 13 at Ottawa Rough Riders 25–16 1–2
4 Aug 22 Toronto Argonauts 38–4 2–2
5 Sept 3 BC Lions 44–24 3–2
6 Sept 9 at Toronto Argonauts 7–16 3–3
7 Sept 15 Ottawa Rough Riders 19–21 3–4
8 Sept 24 Edmonton Eskimos 17–22 3–5
9 Sept 30 at Calgary Stampeders 31–29 4–5
10 Oct 3 at Winnipeg Blue Bombers 21–18 5–5
10 Oct 8 Ottawa Rough Riders 13–16 5–6
11 Oct 14 at Toronto Argonauts 16–11 6–6
13 Oct 28 at Saskatchewan Roughriders 25–34 6–7
14 Nov 4 Montreal Alouettes 25–13 7–7

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References

  1. ^ http://www.ticats.ca/page/history_history
  2. ^ http://www.cfl.ca/standings/1973/reg
  3. ^ http://www.profootballarchives.com/1973cflham.html
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