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Greatest CFL Blow-outs!!!

Post by ping » Tue Sep 04, 2012 12:29 pm

On the weekend many of us witnessed a disaster 52-0 score with the Riders killing the Bombers. I remember checking the score of an Argos Als game from Antens and argos were scoreless but no way the Als scored 52 points as the news story said the Argo defence played excellent! I also remember the Lions getting like 50 plus points on us at the skydome about ten years ago,but i beleive we scored around 16 points inthe fourth quater.
What is the biggest blow out in recent memory in the cfl????
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Post by 294life » Tue Sep 04, 2012 1:52 pm

ping wrote:On the weekend many of us witnessed a disaster 52-0 score with the Riders killing the Bombers. I remember checking the score of an Argos Als game from Antens and argos were scoreless but no way the Als scored 52 points as the news story said the Argo defence played excellent! I also remember the Lions getting like 50 plus points on us at the skydome about ten years ago,but i beleive we scored around 16 points inthe fourth quater.
What is the biggest blow out in recent memory in the cfl????
I wouldn't call it a disaster seeing as it was the bombers. I remember a 62-7 pasting by the als over the riders in 2000. Then there was the 68-7 west semi win by edmonton over winnipeg.

Biggest blowout in nfl history dates back to 1940 when da Bears beat the Redskins 73-0.
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Post by prairiedog » Tue Sep 04, 2012 9:11 pm

I believe that Montreal beat Hamilton 82-14 back in '56. For the longest time it was the league record for most points scored in a game until Calgary beat Hamilton 55-48 in '82 or '83.

Argos beat BC 68-43 in 1990 and a week later beat the Stamps 70-18. Still the worst loss in Wally Buono's career. Was an infamous game because the SkyDome crew left the mound and bases under the turf in the endzone and they played on it.

Other notables that I have seen

- Winnipeg beat Ottawa 64-8 back in the early-mid 80s.
- Calgary beat Sask 51-4 just a couple of years ago, maybe '09?
- Eskimos beat Ottawa 55-7 '81 or '82.
- Hamilton beat Sask 63-17 in '98 or '99 ish and the score flattered the Riders.
- Sask beat Esks 55-9 last game of '08?
- Sask beat Calgary 53-8 in '82 or '83.
- Sask beat Hamilton in back to back games (with Rocky Butler at QB) 46-15 and 51-8 in '06.
- Sask beat Winnipeg in the '09 Banjo Bowl 55-11.
- Eskimos beat Sask 40-1 in '79 or '80.
- Calgary won the '79 West Semi 37-2 over BC.
- BC beat Winnipeg 41-1, Bombers only point was a botched coffin corner punt that rolled into the endzone for a single, I think '05.
- Argos crushed TiCats 40-6 on Labour Day '06, then a week later beat them 11-9 and Damon Allen set the all time passing record on a short TD pass to Arland Bruce.

BC beat Calgary 41-4 (I think) in '03, Spergon Wynn mopped up at QB late in the game, it was probably his first CFL snaps and went 2 for 2 with 2 TDs passing, then Casey Printers took his first snaps in the last 2 minutes and went 1 for 1 with 1 TD passing, Stamps complained of running up the score but the Lions were playing 3rd stringers at the end and the Stamps turned the ball over inside their own 20 like 3 times in the 4th quarter. Appalling game.

Worst shutout I have ever seen, Tom Clements and Bombers raped Sask 56-0 in '86.

And the first ever game of the Montreal Concordes was Winnipeg 37 Montreal 0.
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Post by ping » Wed Sep 05, 2012 8:24 am

wow great post prairie.
This is what i found.
Does anyone remember being at one of these blow outs!
I was once at a riders game and the flower box was floating around in the end zone while the play was at the other end and when it blew over the line the fans went crazy.I think it was 36-3 argos at the time????


Most Points Scored, Single Game
82 Montreal vs Hamilton (82-14) * Oct 20/56 (Home record)
70 Toronto vs Calgary (70-18) Sep 20/90
68 Toronto vs BC (68-43) Sep 1/90
68 Winnipeg vs Hamilton (68-14) Oct 19/91
67 Hamilton vs Saskatchewan (67-21) Oct 15/62
67 BC vs Shreveport (67-15) Aug 27/94
66 Toronto at Winnipeg (66-25) ** Sep 7/97 (Road record)
Most Points Scored Combined, Single Game
111 Toronto 68 vs BC 43 Sep 1/90
106 Edmonton 52 vs Saskatchewan 51 (OT) Oct 28/00
105 Saskatchewan 54 vs Montreal 51 (OT) Jul 1/10
104 Ottawa 54 vs Las Vegas 50 (OT) Sep 3/94
104 Saskatchewan 52 vs Calgary 52 (OT) Jul 28/00
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Post by ping » Wed Sep 05, 2012 8:28 am

ok i fould the biggest blow out of all time. Makes sence the bomber mess was third biggest shut out in cfl history,maybe they should fire the new coach,lol.

Largest Victory Margin
+68 Montreal 82 vs Hamilton 14 Oct 20/56 (Home record)
+60 Edmonton 63 vs Ottawa 3 Aug 27/95
+56 Winnipeg 58 vs Montreal 2 Aug 18/81
+56 Winnipeg 56 vs Saskatchewan 0 Jul 5/86
Plus:
+53 Winnipeg 61 at Saskatchewan 8 Aug 29/59 (Road record)
Largest Shutout
56-0 Winnipeg 56 vs Sask’n 0 Jul 5/86
55-0 Edmonton 55 vs Sask’n 0 Aug 24/59
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Post by ping » Wed Sep 05, 2012 8:30 am

So 68 is the biggest margin of victory in any cfl game. Argos aim to beat it on Saturday against the Tiggers or on my birthday against winnipeg in the peg as my 40th birthday present. ok 41, well maybe 42,43 .......
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Post by Sir Purrcival » Wed Sep 05, 2012 10:44 am

Hard to classify margins of 30 or less a blow out in my mind. Even if the opposition scored 60 and you scored 45. There has to a magic number somewhere that moves a game from lopsided to blow out. 30 is my number, anyone else have a different number?
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Post by 294life » Wed Sep 05, 2012 11:18 am

82-14 als over ticats. wow that's a keeper. thanks.
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Post by ping » Wed Sep 05, 2012 11:23 am

Sir Purrcival wrote:Hard to classify margins of 30 or less a blow out in my mind. Even if the opposition scored 60 and you scored 45. There has to a magic number somewhere that moves a game from lopsided to blow out. 30 is my number, anyone else have a different number?

30 is a good nuimber in my opinion. The reason i posted all those scores is i wanted to show the biggerst blow outs or lopsided games and also the highest scoring. Do you agree the argos will probably beat the record on sept 29th?
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Re: Greatest CFL Blow-outs!!!

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Post by pat » Thu Sep 06, 2012 7:18 pm

prairiedog wrote:I believe that Montreal beat Hamilton 82-14 back in '56. For the longest time it was the league record for most points scored in a game until Calgary beat Hamilton 55-48 in '82 or '83.

Argos beat BC 68-43 in 1990 and a week later beat the Stamps 70-18. Still the worst loss in Wally Buono's career. Was an infamous game because the SkyDome crew left the mound and bases under the turf in the endzone and they played on it.

Other notables that I have seen

- Winnipeg beat Ottawa 64-8 back in the early-mid 80s.
- Calgary beat Sask 51-4 just a couple of years ago, maybe '09?
- Eskimos beat Ottawa 55-7 '81 or '82.
- Hamilton beat Sask 63-17 in '98 or '99 ish and the score flattered the Riders.
- Sask beat Esks 55-9 last game of '08?
- Sask beat Calgary 53-8 in '82 or '83.
- Sask beat Hamilton in back to back games (with Rocky Butler at QB) 46-15 and 51-8 in '06.
- Sask beat Winnipeg in the '09 Banjo Bowl 55-11.
- Eskimos beat Sask 40-1 in '79 or '80.
- Calgary won the '79 West Semi 37-2 over BC.
- BC beat Winnipeg 41-1, Bombers only point was a botched coffin corner punt that rolled into the endzone for a single, I think '05.
- Argos crushed TiCats 40-6 on Labour Day '06, then a week later beat them 11-9 and Damon Allen set the all time passing record on a short TD pass to Arland Bruce.

BC beat Calgary 41-4 (I think) in '03, Spergon Wynn mopped up at QB late in the game, it was probably his first CFL snaps and went 2 for 2 with 2 TDs passing, then Casey Printers took his first snaps in the last 2 minutes and went 1 for 1 with 1 TD passing, Stamps complained of running up the scorKe but the Lions were playing 3rd stringers at the end and the Stamps turned the ball over inside their own 20 like 3 times in the 4th quarter. Appalling game.

Worst shutout I have ever seen, Tom Clements and Bombers raped Sask 56-0 in '86.

And the first ever game of the Montreal Concordes was Winnipeg 37 Montreal 0.

I was at the game when Saskatchewan beat the stampeders 53-8 in the early 80's. There was an nfl strike on and NBC was there and broadcast the game live on the full NBC network. They had Dick Enberg there and a whole panel on their broadcast team. Too bad the game was so lopsided...of course I loved it! Not too many wins for the riders in those days

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Post by ping » Fri Sep 07, 2012 5:38 am

pat wrote:
prairiedog wrote:I believe that Montreal beat Hamilton 82-14 back in '56. For the longest time it was the league record for most points scored in a game until Calgary beat Hamilton 55-48 in '82 or '83.

Argos beat BC 68-43 in 1990 and a week later beat the Stamps 70-18. Still the worst loss in Wally Buono's career. Was an infamous game because the SkyDome crew left the mound and bases under the turf in the endzone and they played on it.

Other notables that I have seen

- Winnipeg beat Ottawa 64-8 back in the early-mid 80s.
- Calgary beat Sask 51-4 just a couple of years ago, maybe '09?
- Eskimos beat Ottawa 55-7 '81 or '82.
- Hamilton beat Sask 63-17 in '98 or '99 ish and the score flattered the Riders.
- Sask beat Esks 55-9 last game of '08?
- Sask beat Calgary 53-8 in '82 or '83.
- Sask beat Hamilton in back to back games (with Rocky Butler at QB) 46-15 and 51-8 in '06.
- Sask beat Winnipeg in the '09 Banjo Bowl 55-11.
- Eskimos beat Sask 40-1 in '79 or '80.
- Calgary won the '79 West Semi 37-2 over BC.
- BC beat Winnipeg 41-1, Bombers only point was a botched coffin corner punt that rolled into the endzone for a single, I think '05.
- Argos crushed TiCats 40-6 on Labour Day '06, then a week later beat them 11-9 and Damon Allen set the all time passing record on a short TD pass to Arland Bruce.

BC beat Calgary 41-4 (I think) in '03, Spergon Wynn mopped up at QB late in the game, it was probably his first CFL snaps and went 2 for 2 with 2 TDs passing, then Casey Printers took his first snaps in the last 2 minutes and went 1 for 1 with 1 TD passing, Stamps complained of running up the scorKe but the Lions were playing 3rd stringers at the end and the Stamps turned the ball over inside their own 20 like 3 times in the 4th quarter. Appalling game.

Worst shutout I have ever seen, Tom Clements and Bombers raped Sask 56-0 in '86.

And the first ever game of the Montreal Concordes was Winnipeg 37 Montreal 0.

I was at the game when Saskatchewan beat the stampeders 53-8 in the early 80's. There was an nfl strike on and NBC was there and broadcast the game live on the full NBC network. They had Dick Enberg there and a whole panel on their broadcast team. Too bad the game was so lopsided...of course I loved it! Not too many wins for the riders in those days
That would be a fun game, were you at the game where the cardboard box blew over the goal line with great fan appreciation?
I was at a tfc game once and we had not scored in weeks. A squirrel was running around the net,never actually crossing the line but the crowd was going insane in anticipation!!!
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Re: Greatest CFL Blow-outs!!!

Post by Ianbrannan » Sun Jul 30, 2017 3:28 am

Theres a new holder of the third spot of the biggest blowout game.....

July 29,2017

Calgary Stampeders beat the Hamilton Ti-Cats by a score of....

60 to 1

So the list should now read:

Largest Victory Margin
+68 Montreal 82 vs Hamilton 14 Oct 20/56 (Home record)
+60 Edmonton 63 vs Ottawa 3 Aug 27/95
+59 Calgary 60 vs Hamilton 1 July 29/2017
+56 Winnipeg 58 vs Montreal 2 Aug 18/81
+56 Winnipeg 56 vs Saskatchewan 0 Jul 5/86

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