2009 Calgary Stampeders season

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2009 Calgary Stampeders season
Head coach John Hufnagel
Home field McMahon Stadium
Results
Record10–7–1
Division place2nd, West
Playoff finishLost West Final
Uniform
CFL CAL Jersey 2009.png

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.

Contents

The Stampeders finished in second place with a 10–7–1 record. They appeared in the West Final but lost to the Saskatchewan Roughriders.

Offseason

CFL Draft

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] [2]

RoundPickPlayerPositionSchool/Club Team
18 Eric Fraser SCentral Michigan
216 Tristan Black LBWayne State
324 John Hashem OTRegina
428 Spencer Armstrong WRAir Force
430 Steve Myddelton DESt. Francis Xavier
432 Scott McHenry SBSaskatchewan
540 Osie Ukwuoma DLQueen's
648 John Kanaroski WRRegina

Preseason

WeekDateOpponentScoreResultAttendanceRecord
AJune 17vs. BC Lions 37-30Win25,4631–0
BJune 23at Saskatchewan Roughriders 27-19Win29,1072–0

Regular season

Season standings

West Division
TeamGPWLTPFPAPts
Saskatchewan Roughriders 18107151448421 Details
Calgary Stampeders 18107151444321 Details
Edmonton Eskimos 1899046950218 Details
BC Lions 18810043150216 Details

Season schedule

WeekDateOpponentScoreResultAttendanceRecord
1July 1vs. Montreal Alouettes 40 – 27Loss35,6500 - 1
2July 10at Winnipeg Blue Bombers 42 – 30Loss29,5330 - 2
3July 17vs. Toronto Argonauts 44 – 9Win33,1091 - 2
4July 24at BC Lions 48 – 10Win27,1912 - 2
5August 1vs. Saskatchewan Roughriders 24 – 23Loss35,6502 - 3
6August 8vs. Winnipeg Blue Bombers31 – 23Win35,6503 - 3
7August 13at Edmonton Eskimos 38 – 35Loss33,0653 - 4
8Bye3 - 4
9August 28at Toronto Argonauts23 – 20Win25,3294 - 4
10Sept 7vs. Edmonton Eskimos32 – 8Win40,7295 - 4
11Sept 11at Edmonton Eskimos35 – 34Win46,2126 - 4
12Sept 18at Hamilton Tiger-Cats 24 – 17Loss19,4486 - 5
13Sept 25vs. BC Lions27 – 18Win36,7027 - 5
14Oct 3vs. Hamilton Tiger-Cats15 – 14Win36,7538 - 5
15Oct 12at Montreal Alouettes32 – 11Loss20,2028 - 6
16Oct 17vs. Saskatchewan Roughriders44 – 44 (2OT)Tie38,6238 - 6 - 1
17Oct 23vs. Edmonton Eskimos30 – 7Win35,6509 - 6 - 1
18Oct 31at BC Lions28 – 26Win27,13110 - 6 - 1
19Nov 6at Saskatchewan Roughriders30 – 14Loss30,94510 - 7 - 1

Roster

2009 Calgary Stampeders roster
Quarterbacks

Running Backs

Wide Receivers

Slotbacks

Offensive Linemen

Defensive Linemen

Linebackers

Defensive Backs

Special Teams

Inactive List

Practice Roster


Italics indicate Import player
Roster updated 2009-10-08
Depth Chart Transactions
45 Active, 13 Inactive, 9 PR

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Player stats

Passing

PlayerAttComp%YardsTDINTRating
Henry Burris57133959.44,831221688.0
Drew Tate11981.8780099.8
Barrick Nealy10660.07220148.8

[3]

Rushing

PlayerAttYardsAvgTDFumbles
Joffrey Reynolds2351,5046.4113
Henry Burris1055525.3118
Jon Cornish201055.320
Demetris Summers8678.4240
Barrick Nealy6335.5150

[4]

Receiving

PlayerNo.YardsAvgLongTD
Jermaine Copeland811,23515.25712
Nik Lewis701,01314.5521
Romby Bryant2754820.3530
Ryan Thelwell3149215.9451
Joffrey Reynolds3643112.0372

[5]

Awards and records

2009 CFL All-Stars

Playoffs

Schedule

WeekDateTimeOpponentScoreResultAttendance
20November 152:30 PM MSTvs. Edmonton Eskimos24-21Win31,356
21November 222:30 PM MSTat Saskatchewan Roughriders27-11Loss30,945

Bracket

 November 15: Division Semifinals  November 22: Division Finals  November 29: 97th Grey Cup
McMahon Stadium - Calgary
              
 East  W4BC Lions18 
 W4BC Lions34*  E1Montreal Alouettes56  
 E2Hamilton Tiger-Cats27    E1Montreal Alouettes28
   W1Saskatchewan Roughriders27
 West  W2Calgary Stampeders17  
 W3Edmonton Eskimos21  W1Saskatchewan Roughriders27 
 W2Calgary Stampeders24 

*=Team won in Overtime.

West Semi-Final

Date and time: Sunday, November 15, 2:30 PM Mountain Standard Time
Venue: McMahon Stadium, Calgary, Alberta

TeamQ1Q2Q3Q4Total
Edmonton Eskimos 077721
Calgary Stampeders 097824

West Final

Date and time: Sunday, November 22, 2:30 PM Mountain Standard Time
Venue: Mosaic Stadium, Regina, Saskatchewan

TeamQ1Q2Q3Q4Total
Calgary Stampeders 371617
Saskatchewan Roughriders 01014327

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