|2009 Calgary Stampeders season|
|Head coach||John Hufnagel|
|Home field||McMahon Stadium|
|Division place||2nd, West|
|Playoff finish||Lost West Final|
The 2009 Calgary Stampeders season was the 52nd season for the team in the Canadian Football League and their 71st overall. The Stampeders attempted to repeat as Grey Cup champions.
The Stampeders finished in second place with a 10–7–1 record. They appeared in the West Final but lost to the Saskatchewan Roughriders.
The 2009 CFL Draft took place on May 2, 2009. The Stampeders selected safety Eric Fraser of Central Michigan University in the first round, eighth overall.
|1||8||Eric Fraser||S||Central Michigan|
|2||16||Tristan Black||LB||Wayne State|
|4||28||Spencer Armstrong||WR||Air Force|
|4||30||Steve Myddelton||DE||St. Francis Xavier|
|A||June 17||vs. BC Lions||37-30||Win||25,463||1–0|
|B||June 23||at Saskatchewan Roughriders||27-19||Win||29,107||2–0|
|1||July 1||vs. Montreal Alouettes||40 – 27||Loss||35,650||0 - 1|
|2||July 10||at Winnipeg Blue Bombers||42 – 30||Loss||29,533||0 - 2|
|3||July 17||vs. Toronto Argonauts||44 – 9||Win||33,109||1 - 2|
|4||July 24||at BC Lions||48 – 10||Win||27,191||2 - 2|
|5||August 1||vs. Saskatchewan Roughriders||24 – 23||Loss||35,650||2 - 3|
|6||August 8||vs. Winnipeg Blue Bombers||31 – 23||Win||35,650||3 - 3|
|7||August 13||at Edmonton Eskimos||38 – 35||Loss||33,065||3 - 4|
|8||Bye||3 - 4|
|9||August 28||at Toronto Argonauts||23 – 20||Win||25,329||4 - 4|
|10||Sept 7||vs. Edmonton Eskimos||32 – 8||Win||40,729||5 - 4|
|11||Sept 11||at Edmonton Eskimos||35 – 34||Win||46,212||6 - 4|
|12||Sept 18||at Hamilton Tiger-Cats||24 – 17||Loss||19,448||6 - 5|
|13||Sept 25||vs. BC Lions||27 – 18||Win||36,702||7 - 5|
|14||Oct 3||vs. Hamilton Tiger-Cats||15 – 14||Win||36,753||8 - 5|
|15||Oct 12||at Montreal Alouettes||32 – 11||Loss||20,202||8 - 6|
|16||Oct 17||vs. Saskatchewan Roughriders||44 – 44 (2OT)||Tie||38,623||8 - 6 - 1|
|17||Oct 23||vs. Edmonton Eskimos||30 – 7||Win||35,650||9 - 6 - 1|
|18||Oct 31||at BC Lions||28 – 26||Win||27,131||10 - 6 - 1|
|19||Nov 6||at Saskatchewan Roughriders||30 – 14||Loss||30,945||10 - 7 - 1|
|2009 Calgary Stampeders roster|
Italics indicate Import player
|20||November 15||2:30 PM MST||vs. Edmonton Eskimos||24-21||Win||31,356|
|21||November 22||2:30 PM MST||at Saskatchewan Roughriders||27-11||Loss||30,945|
|November 15: Division Semifinals||November 22: Division Finals||November 29: 97th Grey Cup |
McMahon Stadium - Calgary
|W4||BC Lions||34*||E1||Montreal Alouettes||56|
|E2||Hamilton Tiger-Cats||27||E1||Montreal Alouettes||28|
|W3||Edmonton Eskimos||21||W1||Saskatchewan Roughriders||27|
*=Team won in Overtime.
Date and time: Sunday, November 15, 2:30 PM Mountain Standard Time
Venue: McMahon Stadium, Calgary, Alberta
Date and time: Sunday, November 22, 2:30 PM Mountain Standard Time
Venue: Mosaic Stadium, Regina, Saskatchewan
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