Hey Grover once again good job on the stats across the league.
Toronto, 17,758 (29,852).
Vancouver, 24,524 (25,255).
Edmonton 30,714 (35,869).
Winnipeg 24,872 (33,500).
Calgary 26,135 (26,625).
Montreal, 20,018 (22,134).
Regina 19,285 (35,296).
I think part of the problem is that the CFL has a great opportunity to tie in the start of their season and game or week 1 with Canada Day the holiday and should, they have done that in past years and have had success in marketing and attendance why try an earlier schedule just Go with Canada Day as the start for the CFL.
The other thing is Friday night games, I've heard many fans and I'm one of them who think Friday night should be a double header of CFL football one early game one later, Friday Night Football on TSN and ESPN south of the border and make it a staple of the CFL.
All markets are slightly off targets, but Toronto once again is the worst and it doesn't help their situation when the ownership cannot find a suitable buyer or new owner, is it the Maple Leafs or someone else? Big question mark hanging over the team and where they will play in 2017 when their lease is up at the Rogers House, frankly this team needs a new stadium about five years ago or more way overdue and not Toronto but more like Mississauga, Vaughn or Pickering all areas mentioned as possible locations, Rogers is the Worst place to watch a football game!
Hamilton, not even on the list because WE have no Stadium Yet? One day, I've put aside Canada Day 2015 on the Calendar to attend the First Home Game of the Tiger-Cats for 2015 and it could include 2014 as well, maybe McMaster will have to be the new home of the Cats this year??
Imagine this stat:
Hamilton 6,000 current from (27,000 at Ivor Wynne)