Schedule Last 6 Games

Hamilton Tiger-Cats ?@Ticats
#Ticats won't leave Ontario for the rest of the regular season. (3 games in Hamilton, 2 in Toronto, 1 in Ottawa).

Week 15
[b]Fri Oct 3 7:00 PM Winnipeg at Ottawa

Fri Oct 3 10:00 PM Calgary at Saskatchewan

Sat Oct 4 4:00 PM Edmonton at Toronto

Sat Oct 4 7:00 PM BC at Hamilton [/b]

Week 16
[b]Fri Oct 10 7:00 PM Hamilton at Toronto

Sat Oct 11 10:00 PM Ottawa at BC

Mon Oct 13 1:00 PM Saskatchewan at Montreal

Mon Oct 13 4:30 PM Winnipeg at Edmonton[/b]

Week 17
[b]Fri Oct 17 7:00 PM Ottawa at Hamilton

Sat Oct 18 4:00 PM Montreal at Toronto

Sat Oct 18 7:00 PM Calgary at Winnipeg

Sun Oct 19 4:00 PM Edmonton at Saskatchewan[/b]

Week 18
[b]Fri Oct 24 6:30 PM Montreal at Ottawa

Fri Oct 24 9:30 PM Saskatchewan at Calgary

Sat Oct 25 4:00 PM Hamilton at Toronto

Sat Oct 25 7:00 PM BC at Winnipeg [/b]

Week 19
[b]Fri Oct 31 7:30 PM Hamilton at Ottawa

Sat Nov 1 4:00 PM Winnipeg at Calgary

Sat Nov 1 7:00 PM BC at Edmonton

Sun Nov 2 12:00 AM Toronto at Montreal [/b]

Week 20
[b]Fri Nov 7 7:00 PM Ottawa at Toronto

Fri Nov 7 10:00 PM Calgary at BC

Sat Nov 8 4:00 PM Montreal at Hamilton

Sat Nov 8 7:00 PM Edmonton at Saskatchewan[/b]

Toronto and Montreal playing a midnight game. Ouch.

Remaining Schedules For The Eastern Division - By The Numbers

Hamilton Tiger-Cats
Combined Winning Percentage Of Remaining Opponents = .293
Average Point Differential Of Remaining Opponents = Minus 55.5 points
Combined Total Streak Of Remaining Opponents = 16 Losses

Montreal Alouettes
Combined Winning Percentage Of Remaining Opponents = .372
Average Point Differential Of Remaining Opponents = Minus 33 points
Combined Total Streak Of Remaining Opponents = 5 Losses

Toronto Argonauts
Combined Winning Percentage Of Remaining Opponents = .396
Average Point Differential Of Remaining Opponents = Minus 32.5 points
Combined Total Streak Of Remaining Opponents = 2 Wins

Ottawa REDBLACKS
Combined Winning Percentage Of Remaining Opponents = .425
Average Point Differential Of Remaining Opponents = Minus 16.67 points
Combined Total Streak Of Remaining Opponents = 3 Wins

It appears Hamilton has the easiest & most fortunate remaining schedule in The East!

According to SportsClubStats.com

Hamilton currently has an 87% chance of making the playoffs. The win over the Bombers last Saturday increased their playoff probabilities by a whopping 14%.

They currently have a 60% chance of finishing in 1st Place in The Eastern Division and a 27% chance of finishing in 2nd Place.

A win this Saturday Night against British Columbia combined with a loss for Toronto against Edmonton earlier that afternoon will put Hamilton’s chances of making the playoffs at 94.2%!

12PM is noon not midnight.

You are right..... but 12 AM is!! :lol:

Let's keep in mind that the blue team has 5 of 6 games at home. That is a good way to end the season.

Not that it matters... no one comes to see them THERE either!

Fair enough. Us Ticat fans could easily outnumber the blue team fans in our 2 games there, just like last years EDF.

that way, people can go there after evening church :slight_smile:

Hey let the Argos play at midnight and maybe offering tickets at a reduced rate as a 'Midnight Madness' sale they might actually manage to sell some tickets. :stuck_out_tongue:

i want to say we sweep the Arhols but we all painfully remember the last time we swept them in reg season :cry:

Two of those home games are vs the Ticats which almost makes them Hamilton home games as much as Toronto home games :smiley: !

12:00 in a twelve hour clock is ambiguous whether you say AM or PM because it is right on the dot, neither before or after 12.

Wikipedia lists enough variations to make your head spin , and then includes the rule that you should just say noon or midnight, and leave off the 12 altogether.

"The Canadian Press Stylebook (11th Edition, 1999, page 288) says, "write noon or midnight, not 12 noon or 12 midnight." Phrases such as "12 a.m." and "12 p.m." are not mentioned at all."

From the Wikipedia link - "literally both 12 hours before and 12 hours after noon, could then be either 12:00 a.m. or 12:00 p.m., leaving the other end of the puzzle unresolved - hence the convention of 12 a.m. for midnight and 12 p.m. for noon."

Whenever I have to submit a bid with a deadline of 12:00 pm OR am, I submit it before noon just to be sure.

Timing is everything. For instance our Ottawa game on Hallowe'en night in Ottawa was not of interest to any of my five grandkids in Ottawa, even though they all could Oskee wee wee before they were two years old. Somehow they prefer trick or treating than seeing the new Lansdowne /TD stadium.

OSKEE WEE WEE any time day or night.