1976 Hamilton Tiger-Cats season

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1976 Hamilton Tiger-Cats season
Head coach George Dickson (0-2)
Bob Shaw (8-6)
Home field Ivor Wynne Stadium
Results
Record8–8
Division place2nd, East
Playoff finishLost Eastern Final
Team MOP Jimmy Edwards
Team MOC Ken Clark
Team MOR Alan Moffat

The 1976 Hamilton Tiger-Cats season was the 19th season for the team in the Canadian Football League and their 27th overall. The Tiger-Cats finished in 2nd place in the Eastern Conference with an 8–8 record but lost the Eastern Final to the Ottawa Rough Riders.

Contents

Regular season

Season Standings

Eastern Football Conference
TeamGPWLTPFPAPts
Ottawa Rough Riders 1696141134619
Hamilton Tiger-Cats 1688026934816
Montreal Alouettes 1678130527315
Toronto Argonauts 1678128935415

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Season schedule

WeekDateOpponentFinal ScoreRecord
1July 21 Ottawa Rough Riders 42–160–1
2July 29at BC Lions 39–140–2
3Aug 7 Saskatchewan Roughriders 24–80–3
4Aug 12at Montreal Alouettes 12–111–3
5Aug 18at Toronto Argonauts 14–111–4
6Aug 25 Calgary Stampeders 18–112–4
7Aug 31at Edmonton Eskimos 5–12–5
7Sept 6 Winnipeg Blue Bombers 17–153–5
8Sept 12at Toronto Argonauts31–223–6
9Sept 19at Ottawa Rough Riders28–214–6
10Sept 25Toronto Argonauts29–145–6
11Oct 3at Montreal Alouettes26–196–6
12Oct 11Montreal Alouettes34–96–7
14Oct 24Ottawa Rough Riders48–106–8
15Oct 31at Ottawa Rough Riders25–67–8
16Nov 7Toronto Argonauts23–148–8

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Post-season

GameDateOpponentFinal Score
Eastern Semi-FinalNov 13 Montreal Alouettes 23–0
Eastern FinalNov 21at Ottawa Rough Riders 17–15

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Awards and honours

CFL All-Stars

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