Some numbers in 2019

Here are some regular season stats, for those who are interested. Pardon the columns, but this format doesn’t really lend itself to tables.

W L T PF PA PFPG PAPG Div Home Last 5 Streak Last Win Last Loss Pts
Sask 13 5 0 487 386 27.1 21.4 7-3 8-1 4-1 W3 Nov 2 Oct 11 26
Calgary 12 6 0 482 407 26.8 22.6 8-2 7-2 3-2 W1 Nov 2 Oct 25 24
Winnipeg 11 7 0 508 409 28.2 22.7 7-3 8-1 2-3 W1 Oct 25 Oct 19 22
Edmonton 8 10 0 406 400 22.6 22.2 3-7 5-4 2-3 L2 Oct 12 Nov 2 16
B.C. 5 13 0 411 452 22.8 25.1 0-10 3-6 2-3 L3 Oct 5 Nov 2 10

Hamilton 15 3 0 551 344 30.6 19.1 7-1 9-0 5-0 W6 Nov 2 Sep 14 30
Montreal 10 8 0 479 485 26.6 26.9 5-3 6-3 3-2 W1 Nov 1 Oct 26 20
Toronto 4 14 0 373 562 20.7 31.2 3-5 3-6 2-3 L1 Oct 26 Nov 2 8
Ottawa 3 15 0 312 564 17.3 31.3 1-7 1-8 0-5 L11 Aug 2 Nov 1 6

East vs West: West 24, East 16

Home record: 50-31

Average points per game: 49.49

Average point spread: 12.33

Tie games: 0

Games decided by 7 points or less: 40

Games decided by 14 points or more: 29

Most points, one team: 64 - Hamilton at Toronto, Saturday, June 22

Most points, both teams: 85 - Saskatchewan 41 at Ottawa 44, Thursday, June 20

Most points, losing team: 41 - Saskatchewan at Ottawa, Thursday, June 20

Fewest points, one team: 0 - Toronto at Edmonton, Thursday, July 25

Fewest points, both teams: 23 - Hamilton 13 at B.C. 10, Saturday, August 24

Fewest points, winning team: 13 - Hamilton at B.C., Saturday, August 24

Highest point spread: 50 - Hamilton 64 at Toronto 14, Saturday, June 22

Lowest point spread: 1 - B.C. 18 at Toronto 17, Saturday, July 6; Calgary 17 at Ottawa 16, Thursday, July 25; Winnipeg 27 at Toronto 28, Thursday, August 1; B.C. 34 at Hamilton 35, Saturday, August 10; Hamilton 18 at Calgary 19, Saturday, September 14; Winnipeg 37 at Montreal 38, Saturday, September 21; Calgary 28 at Winnipeg 29, Friday, October 25

Have you a list available that one can compare these categories with the past decade of the same?

This is one I’d really like to forget . . . and likely never will. :-[

If there is one consolation for you, in 1956 the Montreal Allouettes defeated the Hamilton Tiger Cats 82-14, a point spread of 68 points.

The Tiger Cats were the brunt of 2 records that day: most points scored against one team in a game {82} and; the widest margin of defeat {68}

Heh, I’m a simple man sometimes, so yes that is a bit of consolation, thanks. :slight_smile:

And even though they’re the usual enemy, I’ll be cheering on the Ticats for the rest of 2019.

I don’t right now, but I’d like to put one together, maybe in the off-season.

I used to have a media guide that listed all the scores of Ticat games from the past, and if I remember correctly, a week after that game the Ticats handily defeated the Alouettes, though I don’t recall the score. But that game (though it happened before I was born) will always be a sore spot for me.