|2006 Winnipeg Blue Bombers season|
|Head coach||Doug Berry|
|Home field||Canad Inns Stadium|
|Division place||3rd, East|
|Playoff finish||Lost East Semi-Final|
The 2006 Winnipeg Blue Bombers finished with a 9–9 record and made the playoffs for the first time since 2003. Due to the suspension of the Ottawa Renegades just prior to the 2006 season, the Blue Bombers switched to the East Division. The team attempted to win their 11th Grey Cup championship, but they lost in the East Semi-Final versus the Toronto Argonauts.
|Winnipeg Blue Bombers||18||9||9||0||362||408||18||Details|
|1||June 16||at Montreal Alouettes||27–17||Loss||20,202||0–1|
|2||June 23||vs. Toronto Argonauts||16–9||Win||26,524||1–1|
|3||July 1||vs. Edmonton Eskimos||46–10||Win||23,521||2–1|
|4||July 8||at Toronto Argonauts||24–17||Win||26,304||3–1|
|5||July 15||vs. Montreal Alouettes||44–16||Loss||28,131||3–2|
|6||July 20||at Edmonton Eskimos||25–22||Win||37,611||4–2|
|7||July 28||at Hamilton Tiger-Cats||29–0||Win||27,027||5–2|
|8||Aug 4||vs. Hamilton Tiger-Cats||26–11||Loss||26,521||5–3|
|9||Aug 10||vs. BC Lions||32–5||Loss||25,033||5–4|
|11||Aug 25||vs. Toronto Argonauts||18–15||Loss||25,014||5–5|
|12||Sept 3||at Saskatchewan Roughriders||39–12||Loss||30,900||5–6|
|13||Sept 10||vs. Saskatchewan Roughriders||27–23||Win||30,026||6–6|
|14||Sept 15||at Calgary Stampeders||43–9||Loss||26,843||6–7|
|15||Sept 24||at Montreal Alouettes||17–14||Win||20,202||7–7|
|16||Sept 29||vs. Montreal Alouettes||23–20||Loss||28,028||7–8|
|18||Oct 15||at Hamilton Tiger-Cats||29–22||Win||24,955||8–8|
|19||Oct 21||vs. Calgary Stampeders||28–13||Win||30,092||9–8|
|20||Oct 28||at BC Lions||26–16||Loss||33,744||9–9|
Date and time: Sunday, November 5, 12:00 PM Central Standard Time
Venue: Rogers Centre, Toronto, Ontario
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