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2009 Montreal Alouettes season

2009 Montreal Alouettes season
Head coach Marc Trestman
Home field Percival Molson Memorial Stadium
Results
Record 15–3
Division place 1st, East
Playoff finish Grey Cup Champions
Uniform
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Timeline
Previous season      Next season
< 2008      2010 >

The 2009 Montreal Alouettes season is the 43rd season for the team in the Canadian Football League and their 55th overall. The Alouettes won their sixth Grey Cup championship, 28–27 against the Saskatchewan Roughriders, in a game the Montreal Alouettes trailed throughout, as they came back from trailing 27-11 four minutes into the fourth quarter. It was their first win since 2002, and it ended a streak of four Grey Cup losses in their last four appearances.

The Alouettes finished in first place in the East division setting a new franchise record of 15–3. It was the first time a team finished with a 15–3 record since the 1997 Toronto Argonauts.

Off-season

CFL Draft

The 2009 CFL Draft took place on May 2, 2009. The Alouettes selected Calgary Dinos lineman Dylan Steenbergen in the first round, seventh overall.[1]

Round Pick Player Position School/Club Team
1 7 Dylan Steenbergen OL Calgary
2 14 Martin Bédard TE UConn
2 15 Matt Singer OL Manitoba
3 23 Nickolas Morin-Soucy DL Montreal
4 25 Stan Van Sichem DL Regina
4 31 Ivan Brown DL Saskatchewan
5 39 Benoît Boulanger RB Sherbrooke
6 47 Ryan Mousseau OL Ottawa

Notable transactions

Date Type Incoming Outgoing Team

Preseason

Week Date Opponent Venue Score Result Attendance Record
A June 17 at Toronto Argonauts Rogers Centre 37–24 Win 18,241 1–0
B June 23 vs. Winnipeg Blue Bombers Molson Stadium 31–27 Win 20,202 2–0

Regular season

Season standings

Team GP W L T PF PA Pts
Y-Montreal Alouettes 18 15 3 0 600 324 30 Details
X-Hamilton Tiger-Cats 18 9 9 0 449 428 18 Details
Winnipeg Blue Bombers 18 7 11 0 386 508 14 Details
Toronto Argonauts 18 3 15 0 328 502 6 Details

Season schedule

Week Date Opponent Venue Score Result Attendance Record
1 July 1 @ Calgary Stampeders McMahon Stadium 40–27 Win 35,650 1–0
2 July 9 Edmonton Eskimos Molson Stadium 50–16 Win 20,202 2–0
3 July 18 @ Saskatchewan Roughriders Mosaic Stadium 43–10 Win 30,945 3–0
4 July 23 Hamilton Tiger-Cats Molson Stadium 21–8 Win 20,202 4–0
5 July 30 @ Edmonton Eskimos Commonwealth Stadium 33–19 Loss 33,206 4–1
6 August 7 Toronto Argonauts Molson Stadium 25–0 Win 20,202 5–1
7 August 15 @ Winnipeg Blue Bombers Canad Inns Stadium 39–12 Win 25,053 6–1
8 August 21 Saskatchewan Roughriders Molson Stadium 34–25 Win 20,202 7–1
9 Bye 7–1
10 September 4 @ BC Lions BC Place Stadium 19–12 Loss 27,199 7–2
11 September 13 BC Lions Molson Stadium 28–24 Win 20,202 8–2
12 September 20 Winnipeg Blue Bombers Molson Stadium 33–14 Win 20,202 9–2
13 September 25 @ Hamilton Tiger-Cats Ivor Wynne Stadium 42–8 Win 22,083 10–2
14 October 3 @ Toronto Argonauts Rogers Centre 27–8 Win 26,828 11–2
15 October 12 Calgary Stampeders Molson Stadium 32–11 Win 20,202 12–2
16 October 18 Hamilton Tiger-Cats Molson Stadium 41–38 Win 20,202 13–2
17 October 24 @ Winnipeg Blue Bombers Canad Inns Stadium 41–24 Loss 21,378 13–3
18 November 1 Winnipeg Blue Bombers Molson Stadium 48–13 Win 20,202 14–3
19 November 7 @ Toronto Argonauts Rogers Centre 42–17 Win 28,293 15–3

Roster

Quarterbacks

Running Backs

Receivers

Slotbacks

Offensive Linemen

Defensive Linemen

Linebackers

Defensive Backs

Special Teams

Inactive List
  • 80
  • 30
  • 41
  • --
  • 65
  • 23 (9-game)
  • 55 (9-game)
  • 66 Gurminder Thind G (Susp.)
  • 14
  •  0

Practice Roster


Italics indicate Import players
Roster updated 2009-10-08
Transactions
46 Active, 12 Inactive, 10 PR

More rosters

Playoffs

Schedule

Week Date Time Opponent Venue Score Result Attendance
20 Bye
21 November 22 1:00 PM EST BC Lions Olympic Stadium 56–18 Win 53,792
22
(Grey Cup)
November 29 6:30 PM EST Saskatchewan Roughriders McMahon Stadium 28–27 Win 46,020

Bracket

  November 15: Division Semifinals     November 22: Division Finals     November 29: 97th Grey Cup
McMahon StadiumCalgary
                           
  East     W4  BC Lions 18  
  W4  BC Lions 34*     E1  Montreal Alouettes 56    
  E2  Hamilton Tiger-Cats 27         E1  Montreal Alouettes 28
      W1  Saskatchewan Roughriders 27
  West     W2  Calgary Stampeders 17    
  W3  Edmonton Eskimos 21     W1  Saskatchewan Roughriders 27  
  W2  Calgary Stampeders 24  

*=Team won in Overtime.

East Final

Date and time: Sunday, November 22, 1:00 PM Eastern Standard Time
Venue: Olympic Stadium, Montreal, Quebec

Team Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 Total
BC Lions 3 8 7 0 18
Montreal Alouettes 17 14 14 11 56

Grey Cup

Date and time: Sunday, November 29, 6:30 PM Eastern Standard Time
Venue: McMahon Stadium, Calgary, Alberta

Team Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 Total
Montreal Alouettes 0 3 7 18 28
Saskatchewan Roughriders 10 7 3 7 27

Awards

References

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