2014 Calgary Stampeders season

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2014 Calgary Stampeders season
Head coach John Hufnagel
General manager John Hufnagel
Home field McMahon Stadium
Results
Record15–3
Division place1st, West
Playoff finishWon Grey Cup
Uniform
CFL CAL Jersey 2014.png

The 2014 Calgary Stampeders season was the 57th season for the team in the Canadian Football League and their 80th overall. The Stampeders finished first in the West Division for the second straight season for the first time since the 1996 season. The Stampeders also finished the season with a 15–3 record, tying a team record previously achieved during the 1995 season (and has since been surpassed in 2016 with a 15–2–1 record). [1] With a win in Week 15 the Stampeders qualified for the playoffs for the 10th straight season. [2] On November 30, 2014, the Stampeders won their seventh Grey Cup championship 20–16 over the Hamilton Tiger-Cats at BC Place in Vancouver.

Contents

Offseason

CFL Draft

The 2014 CFL Draft took place on May 13, 2014. The Stampeders had the most picks in the draft, including trading for the first overall pick in the draft and the rights to Marwan Hage for Jon Gott. [3] Overall, the club had nine selections in the seven-round draft, with two first-round and three third-round picks. [4]

RoundPickPlayerPositionSchool/Club Team
11 Pierre Lavertu OL Laval
17 Quinn Smith DL Concordia
216 Max Caron LB Concordia
319 Laurent Duvernay-Tardif OL McGill
324 Adam Thibault DB Laval
325 Joe Circelli OL Western
434 Derek Wiggan DL Queen's
540 Tyler Crapigna K McMaster
761 Brian Marshall WR Western

Preseason

WeekDateKickoffOpponentResultsTVVenueAttendanceSummary
ScoreRecord
ABye
BSat, June 147:00 p.m. MDT vs. Winnipeg Blue Bombers W 23–201–0 TSN2 McMahon Stadium 27,103 Recap
CFri, June 208:00 p.m. MDTat BC Lions L 37–131–1 TSN BC Place 26,445 Recap

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Regular season

Standings

West Division
TeamGPWLTPFPAPts
Calgary Stampeders 18153051134730 Details
Edmonton Eskimos 18126049234024 Details
Saskatchewan Roughriders 18108039944120 Details
BC Lions 1899038036518 Details
Winnipeg Blue Bombers 18711039748114 Details

Schedule

WeekDateKickoffOpponentResultsTVVenueAttendanceSummary
ScoreRecord
1Sat, June 281:00 p.m. MDTvs. Montreal Alouettes W 29–81–0 TSN/RDS/ESPN2 McMahon Stadium 26,135 Recap
2Bye
3Sat, July 124:30 p.m. MDTat Toronto Argonauts W 34–152–0TSN Rogers Centre 16,102 Recap
4Fri, July 188:00 p.m. MDTvs. Hamilton Tiger-Cats W 10–73–0TSN/ESPN2McMahon Stadium27,546 Recap
5Thur, July 247:00 p.m. MDTat Edmonton Eskimos W 26–224–0TSN/ESPN2 Commonwealth Stadium 40,066 Recap
6Fri, Aug 18:00 p.m. MDTvs. BC Lions L 24–254–1TSN/ESPNews McMahon Stadium27,266 Recap
7Sat, Aug 95:30 p.m. MDTvs. Ottawa Redblacks W 38–175–1TSN/RDSMcMahon Stadium28,391 Recap
8Sat, Aug 161:00 p.m. MDTat Hamilton Tiger-CatsW 30–206–1TSN Ron Joyce Stadium 6,500 Recap
9Sun, Aug 241:00 p.m. MDTat Ottawa RedblacksW 32–77–1TSN TD Place Stadium 24,327 Recap
10Mon, Sept 12:30 p.m. MDTvs. Edmonton EskimosW 28–138–1TSNMcMahon Stadium35,400 Recap
11Sat, Sept 65:00 p.m. MDTat Edmonton EskimosW 41–349–1TSN/RDS2Commonwealth Stadium40,852 Recap
12Sat, Sept 135:00 p.m. MDTvs. Toronto ArgonautsW 40–3310–1TSN/RDS2McMahon Stadium28,607 Recap
13Sun, Sept 2111:00 a.m. MDTat Montreal AlouettesL 15–3110–2TSN/RDS/ESPN2 Molson Stadium 19,892 Recap
14Sat, Sept 277:30 p.m. MDTvs. BC LionsW 14–711–2TSN/RDS2McMahon Stadium30,214 Recap
15Fri, Oct 38:00 p.m. MDTat Saskatchewan Roughriders W 31–2412–2TSN/ESPN2 Mosaic Stadium 33,031 Recap
16Bye
17Sat, Oct 185:00 p.m. MDTat Winnipeg Blue Bombers W 33–2313–2TSN/RDS2 Investors Group Field 22,320 Recap
18Fri, Oct 247:30 p.m. MDTvs. Saskatchewan RoughridersW 40–2714–2TSNMcMahon Stadium35,400 Recap
19Sat, Nov 12:00 p.m. MDTvs. Winnipeg Blue BombersL 13–1814–3TSN/RDS2McMahon Stadium27,076 Recap
20Fri, Nov 78:00 p.m. MSTat BC LionsW 33–1615–3TSN BC Place 33,752 Recap

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Post season

With a win in week 15, the Stampeders qualified for the playoffs for the 10th straight season. The team was the first in the CFL to clinch a playoff spot, doing so with four games remaining in the regular season. [2] Following their week 17 win over Winnipeg, the Stampeders clinched first place in the West Division with three games remaining. [6]

Schedule

GameDateKickoffOpponentResultsTVVenueAttendanceSummary
ScoreRecord
West Semi-FinalBye
West FinalSun, Nov 232:30 p.m. MSTvs. Edmonton Eskimos W 43–181–0TSN McMahon Stadium 31,004 Recap
102nd Grey Cup Sun, Nov 304:00 p.m. MSTvs. Hamilton Tiger-Cats W 20–162–0TSN/RDS/ESPN2 BC Place 52,056 Recap

Team

Roster

2014 Calgary Stampeders roster
Quarterbacks

Running Backs

Wide Receivers

Slotbacks

Offensive Linemen

Defensive Linemen

Linebackers

Defensive Backs

Special Teams

Injured List

6-Game Injured List

Practice Roster


Italics indicate Import player
Roster updated 2014-11-30
Depth Chart Transactions
46 Active, 14 Injured, 1 6-Game Injured,
10 Practice

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Coaching staff

2014 Calgary Stampeders staff
Front Office

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Strength and Conditioning

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