2013 Calgary Stampeders season

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2013 Calgary Stampeders season
Head coach John Hufnagel
General manager John Hufnagel
Home field McMahon Stadium
Results
Record14–4
Division place1st, West
Playoff finishLost West Final
Team MOP Jon Cornish
Team MOC Jon Cornish
Team MOR Brett Jones
Uniform
CFL CAL Jersey 2012.png

The 2013 Calgary Stampeders season was the 56th season for the team in the Canadian Football League and their 79th overall. The Stampeders attempted to win their 7th Grey Cup championship, but fell in the West Final to the eventual champion Saskatchewan Roughriders.

Contents

Offseason

CFL Draft

The 2013 CFL Draft took place on May 6, 2013. The Stampeders had seven selections in the seven-round draft, with an additional pick in the second round. [1]

RoundPickPlayerPositionSchool/Club Team
17 Brander Craighead OL UTEP
213 Ben D'Aguilar DE McMaster
216 Brett Jones OL Regina
325 Yannick Morin Plante WR Laval
428 Charlie Power WR Saskatchewan
648 Shane Bergman OL Western
759 Dumitru Ionita P Concordia

Preseason

WeekDateOpponentScoreResultAttendanceRecord
AFri, June 14vs. BC Lions 29–27Loss26,3280–1
BThurs, June 20at Saskatchewan Roughriders 24–23Win32,0031–1

Regular season

Season standings

West Division
TeamGPWLTPFPAPts
Calgary Stampeders 18144054941328 Details
Saskatchewan Roughriders 18117051939822 Details
BC Lions 18117050446122 Details
Edmonton Eskimos 1841404215198 Details

Season schedule

WeekDateOpponentScoreResultAttendanceRecordTV
1Fri, June 28vs. BC Lions 44–32Win26,6251–0 TSN/RDS2/ESPN3
2Fri, July 5at Saskatchewan Roughriders 36–21Loss35,2961–1TSN/RDS2/ESPN3
3Fri, July 12at Montreal Alouettes 22–14Win23,1842–1TSN/RDS/ESPN3
4Sat, July 20vs. Montreal Alouettes38–27Win27,3783–1TSN/RDS/ESPN2
5Fri, July 26at Winnipeg Blue Bombers 37–24Win31,5674–1TSN/RDS2/ESPN3
6Bye
7Fri, Aug 9vs. Saskatchewan Roughriders42–27Win35,6375–1TSN/RDS2/NBCSN
8Sat, Aug 17at BC Lions26–22Loss29,2015–2TSN/RDS2/ESPN3
9Fri, Aug 23at Toronto Argonauts 35–14Win21,1576–2TSN/RDS2/ESPN3
10Mon, Sept 2vs. Edmonton Eskimos 37–34Win32,2177–2TSN/NBCSN
11Fri, Sept 6at Edmonton Eskimos22–12Win33,6548–2TSN/RDS2/NBCSN
12Fri, Sept 13vs. Hamilton Tiger-Cats 26–22Win26,6499–2TSN/RDS2/ESPN3
13Sat, Sept 21vs. Toronto Argonauts33–27Loss28,7819–3TSN/RDS2/ESPN3
14Sat, Sept 28at Hamilton Tiger-Cats35–11Win13,24810–3TSN/ESPN3
15Sat, Oct 5vs. Winnipeg Blue Bombers38–11Win26,29311–3TSN/ESPN3
16Fri, Oct 11vs. BC Lions40–26Win26,11512–3TSN/ESPN3
17Fri, Oct 18at Edmonton Eskimos27–13Win27,63313–3TSN/NBCSN
18Sat, Oct 26vs. Saskatchewan Roughriders29–25Win33,67114–3TSN/ESPN3
19Fri, Nov 1at BC Lions26–7Loss27,22814–4TSN/RDS2/ESPN3

Team

The Calgary Stampeders play the Edmonton Eskimos at Commonwealth Stadium on Friday, 18 October 2013. The Stampeders beat the home town Eskimos by a score of 27-13. Each year the CFL sets aside a weekend to raise awareness for women's cancers and players wear pink tape and gloves to highlight this awareness. Calgary Stampeders at Edmonton Eskimos Friday 18 October 2013 Dorosh.JPG
The Calgary Stampeders play the Edmonton Eskimos at Commonwealth Stadium on Friday, 18 October 2013. The Stampeders beat the home town Eskimos by a score of 27-13. Each year the CFL sets aside a weekend to raise awareness for women's cancers and players wear pink tape and gloves to highlight this awareness.

Roster

Coaching staff

Post season

Schedule

WeekGameDateTimeOpponentScoreResultAttendance
20West Semi-FinalBye
21West FinalNov 172:30 PM MSTvs. Saskatchewan Roughriders35–13Loss33,174

Game summaries

West Final: vs Saskatchewan Roughriders

West Final: Saskatchewan Roughriders at Calgary Stampeders – Game summary
1234Total
Roughriders71501335
Stampeders706013

at McMahon Stadium, Calgary, Alberta

Game information

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