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2009 Hamilton Tiger-Cats season

2009 Hamilton Tiger-Cats season
Head coach Marcel Bellefeuille
General manager Bob O'Billovich
Home field Ivor Wynne Stadium
Results
Record 9–9
Division place 2nd, East
Playoff finish Lost East Semi-Final
Team MOP Arland Bruce III
Team MOC Marwan Hage
Team MOR Marquay McDaniel
Uniform
Timeline
Previous season Next season
< 2008 2010 >

The 2009 Hamilton Tiger-Cats season was the 52nd season for the team in the Canadian Football League and their 60th overall. The Tiger-Cats finished the season in second place in the East division with a 9–9 record and qualified for the Grey Cup playoffs for the first time since 2004.

Off-season

CFL Draft

The 2009 CFL Draft took place on May 2, 2009. The Tiger-Cats selected tackle Simeon Rottier from the University of Alberta first overall. They originally also had the third overall pick as well but traded that to the BC Lions for sixth and thirteenth overall picks so the Lions could select their desired player, Jamall Lee.[1]

Round Pick Player Position School/Club Team
1 1 Simeon Rottier OT Alberta
1 6 Darcy Brown WR St. Mary's
2 13 Ryan Hinds DB New Hampshire
3 22 Scott McCuaig LB UBC
5 33 Guillarme Allard-Cameus RB Laval
5 38 Raymond Wladichuk DB Simon Fraser
6 41 Cassidy Doneff WR Washburn
6 46 Bill McGrath OL Indiana State

Transactions

Date Type Incoming Outgoing Team
Jan. 25 retirement n/a Jeff Piercy
Jan. 30 free agency Agustin Barrenechea n/a
Feb. 3 released n/a Pat Woodcock, Rocky Schwartz, Michael Botterill,
Cornelius Anthony, Terrence Patrick and Sacha Lancaster
Feb. 6 free agency and releases Johnnie Morant, Willie Quinnie Tony Miles, Charles Thomas
Feb. 16 free agency Alexandre Gauthier n/a
Feb. 16 free agency n/a Jesse Lumsden Edmonton Eskimos
Feb. 16 free agency n/a Alain Kashama Calgary Stampeders
Feb. 18 free agency Matt Kirk n/a
Feb. 20 released n/a Casey Printers
Feb. 24 free agency Josh Betts, Erik Meyer n/a
Mar. 20 free agency Kevin Glenn n/a

Preseason

Week Date Opponent Score Result Attendance Record
A June 17 at Winnipeg Blue Bombers 32–22 Loss 27,742 0–1
B June 23 Toronto Argonauts 27–17[2] Loss 16,225 0–2

Regular season

Season Standings

East Division
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 Score Result Attendance Record
1 July 1 Toronto Argonauts 30–17 Loss 23,211 0–1
2 July 10 at BC Lions 31–28 Win 26,885 1–1
3 July 18 Winnipeg Blue Bombers 25–13 Win 24,292 2–1
4 July 23 at Montreal Alouettes 21–8 Loss 20,202 2–2
5 July 31 BC Lions 30–18 Win 20,103 3–2
6 August 8 Edmonton Eskimos 28–21 Win 19,206 4–2
7 August 16 at Saskatchewan Roughriders 33–23 Loss 30,360 4–3
8 Bye
9 August 29 at Edmonton Eskimos 31–30 Loss 35,036 4–4
10 Sept 7 Toronto Argonauts 34–15 Win 30,293 5–4
11 Sept 11 at Toronto Argonauts 25–22 (2OT) Loss 26,421 5–5
12 Sept 18 Calgary Stampeders 24–17 Win 19,448 6–5
13 Sept 25 Montreal Alouettes 42–8 Loss 22,083 6–6
14 Oct 3 at Calgary Stampeders 15–14 Loss 36,753 6–7
15 Oct 12 Winnipeg Blue Bombers 38–28 Loss 19,562 6–8
16 Oct 18 at Montreal Alouettes 41–38 Loss 20,202 6–9
17 Oct 23 at Toronto Argonauts 26–17 Win 25,352 7–9
18 Oct 31 Saskatchewan Roughriders 24–6 Win 24,586 8–9
19 Nov 8 at Winnipeg Blue Bombers 39–17 Win 29,038 9–9

Roster

Playoffs

Schedule

Week Date Time Opponent Score Result Attendance
20 November 15 1:00 PM BC Lions 34–27 (OT) Loss 27,430

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 Semi-Final

Date and time: Sunday, November 15, 1:00 PM Eastern Standard Time
Venue: Ivor Wynne Stadium, Hamilton, Ontario
Team Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 OT Total
BC Lions 3 13 7 4 7 34
Hamilton Tiger-Cats 3 3 10 11 0 27

References

  1. ^ Edwards, Drew (2009-05-02). "Ticats draft Rottier with first pick". The Hamilton Spectator. Retrieved 2009-05-03. 
  2. ^ Edwards, Drew (2009-06-23). "Argos beats Cats 27–17 in final pre-season game". The Hamilton Spectator. Retrieved 2009-06-24. 
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