Decade is winding down


                   GP  	W  	L  	T  	PCT

Montréal 	      175	111	 64	  0	 .634  
BC 	            176	107	 68	  1	 .608
Edmonton 	      176	 93	 82	  1	 .528
Saskatchewan 	  176	 89	 86	  1	 .506
Winnipeg 	      175	 88	 85	  2	 .503
Calgary 	       175	 84	 89	  2	 .480
Toronto 	       176	 80	 94	  2	 .455
Hamilton 	      175	 58	116	  1	 .331
Ottawa 	         72	 23	 49	  0	 .329

I think that's accurate. If the Alouettes win today or anytime before the end of the schedule, then they will have the most regular season victories of any team in the 2000's.

Umm.....how does 23/49 work out to .329? I predate metric....... :?

(Anyone else remember measuring out square rods on the school playground?)

23 wins out of 72 games is the winning percentage. Should be .319. My typo in translation.

It has been hard to be a Ticat fan this decade, that's for sure.

hard to beleive stamps have two grey cups with that aweful record.

Hard to believe we have only 2 with our record.

Good work, Temco! :thup:

how does Montreal's record rank with say the Edmonton Eskimos of the 80's?

Wow... Edmonton is third even after we went 12-23-1 in those two awful seasons.

Yes and no. This recent year has attracted the fans of old and brought some new fans into the mix so all that losing turned to winning is a big up for the fan base. I love going to games knowing that you have a chance to win rather then praying that you don't get spanked too badly.

This is in someone's media guide.. somewhere, or at least TSN/Stats LLC should have it. The stats are taken directly from this site. I'm not sure why BC is two games short ('91, '95.) Winning percentage is noteworthy considering all the teams and GP discrepancy. No typo this time, but there could be errors. 1990's:


	                  GP    W  	  L   T    PCT

Calgary 	         180	127	  52	1	0.706
Edmonton 	        180	113	  66	1	0.628
BC 	              178	 87	  90	1	0.489
Winnipeg 	        180	 81	  99	0	0.450
Toronto 	         180	 74	 106	0	0.411
Saskatchewan 	    180	 71	 108	1	0.394
Hamilton 	        180	 65	 114	1	0.361
Montréal 	         72	 46	  25	1	0.639
Ottawa 	          126	 37	  89	0	0.294
Baltimore 	        36	 27	   9	0	0.750
Sacramento 	       36	 15	  20	1	0.417
Shreveport 	       36	 14	  22	0	0.389
Birmingham 	       18	 10	   8	0	0.556
Memphis 	          18	  9	   9	0	0.500
Las Vegas 	        18	  5	  13	0	0.278
					
					
*BAL/MTL 	        108	 73	  34	1	0.676

	                  GP     W      L   T    PCT


Up next.

Thank you, it will be interesting to compare and contrast the decades.

Well, just look at ours. We have but one. :frowning:

That's because the Als can't beat the Lions in the Grey Cup. :stuck_out_tongue:

That’s an understatement there Grims and yea Montreal can beat B.C. at McMahon this year. And why?.. I’ll mull over it. :smiley:

If it ends up being BC vs Montreal again this year, I think we all know who'll win that. :smiley:

Provided the officials don't get involved, Montreal in a landslide. :smiley:

Gotta give grims the benefit of the doubt. Marv Levy a CFL (great) couldn't win the big one with the NFL Bill's. Trestman just may not be able to win the big Canadian Classic either. So at this point, B.C. and the west Rep has a shot. :rockin:

Or the Stampedes, or the Eskimos (except in 2002).

Lets see what they do against the Riders. :smiley:

That's what Feterik and 8-10, 6-12, 5-13, and 4-14 seasons will get you ... (2001-2004)

As much as I hate to say it Montreal was the classiest team this decade, hands down. I think they had the most Grey Cup appearances as well with 7 or 8 of them. I guess that is the closest thing to a dynasty these days.