1982 Hamilton Tiger-Cats season

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1982 Hamilton Tiger-Cats season
Head coach Bud Riley
Home field Ivor Wynne Stadium
Results
Record8–7–1
Division place2nd, East
Playoff finishLost East Semi-Final
Team MOP Tom Clements
Team MOC Rocky DiPietro
Team MOR Jeff Arp

The 1982 Hamilton Tiger-Cats season was the 25th season for the team in the Canadian Football League and their 33rd overall. The Tiger-Cats finished in 2nd place in the East Division with an 8–7–1 record. They lost to the Ottawa Rough Riders in the East Semi-Final.

Contents

Preseason

WeekDateOpponentScoreResultRecord
AJune 12vs. Ottawa Rough Riders11–5Win1–0
BJune 16at Montreal Concordes31–9Win2–0
CJune 24at Toronto Argonauts34–24Loss2–1
DJune 30vs. Toronto Argonauts17–14Win3–1

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Regular season

Season Standings

East Division
TeamGPWLTPFPAPts
Toronto Argonauts 1696142642619
Hamilton Tiger-Cats 1687139640117
Ottawa Rough Riders 16511037646210
Montreal Concordes 1621402675024

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Season schedule

WeekDateOpponentScoreResultRecord
1July 10at BC Lions51–34Loss0–1
2July 17vs. Ottawa Rough Riders20–14Win1–1
3July 24at Winnipeg Blue Bombers36–25Win2–1
4July 31vs. Calgary Stampeders30–12Loss2–2
5Aug 6at Montreal Concordes21–10Loss2–3
6Aug 13vs. Toronto Argonauts37–27Win3–3
7Aug 21at Saskatchewan Roughriders18–15Loss3–4
8Bye
9Sept 6vs. Montreal Concordes28–9Win4–4
10Sept 10at Toronto Argonauts30–25Win5–4
11Sept 19vs. Edmonton Eskimos32–14Loss5–5
12Bye
13Oct 3at Ottawa Rough Riders18–13Win6–5
14Oct 11vs. Saskatchewan Roughriders34–19Tie6–5–1
15Oct 17at Calgary Stampeders55–48Loss6–6–1
16Oct 24vs. BC Lions35–22Win7–6–1
17Oct 30at Edmonton Eskimos14–11Loss7–7–1
18Nov 7vs. Winnipeg Blue Bombers24–21Win8–7–1

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Postseason

Schedule

GameDateOpponentScoreResult
East Semi-FinalNov 14vs. Ottawa Rough Riders30–20Loss

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Awards and honours

1982 All-Stars

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