Ticats' D-line dominates Als in Eastern Semi-Final win

HAMILTON —  The Hamilton Tiger-Cats’ defensive line wreaked havoc on the Montreal Alouettes’ offence in their 23-12 Eastern Semi-Final win.


This is a companion discussion topic for the original entry at https://www.cfl.ca/2021/11/28/ticats-d-line-dominates-als-eastern-semi-final-win/

Patrick Levels was found, after the game, choking to death on his swallowed tongue. Hamilton paramedics quickly rescued him and he is fine. Levels, just, can't talk for a while. ( Not false news but humour) :tongue: :tongue:

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...Patrick Levels was found, after the game, choking to death on his swallowed tongue. Hamilton paramedics quickly rescued him and he is fine. Levels, just, can't talk for a while. ( Not false news but humour)
Levels had guaranteed that Montreal would defeat the Cats. :tongue: :tongue:

at the very least Trevor Harris is consistant ... awh! ... awh! ... choke ... choke. three different teams now ... do I hear #4

Tragedy was averted after an incident in the Hamilton Tiger-cats dressing room after their Grey Cup quarter-finals victory over the Montreal Alouettes. Early reports say that linebacker Jovan Santos-Knox leapt out of the team hot tub and found William Stanback still in his pocket.