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1984 Hamilton Tiger-Cats season
Head Coach Al Bruno
Home Field Ivor Wynne Stadium
Results
Record 6–9–1
Place 2nd, East
Playoff Finish Lost in Grey Cup
Uniform
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1983 1985

The 1984 Hamilton Tiger-Cats season was the 27th season for the team in the Canadian Football League and their 35th overall. The Tiger-Cats finished in 2nd place in the East division with a 6–9–1 record. They appeared in the 72nd Grey Cup game, but lost to the Winnipeg Blue Bombers.

PreseasonEdit

Week Date Opponent Score Result Record
A June 5 at Toronto Argonauts 13–6 Win 1–0
B June 11 vs. Toronto Argonauts 18–17 Loss 1–1
C June 17 vs. Montreal Concordes 30–17 Loss 1–2
D June 22 at Ottawa Rough Riders 39–27 Win 2–2

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Regular seasonEdit

Season StandingsEdit

East Division
Team GP W L T PF PA Pts
Toronto Argonauts 16 9 6 1 461 361 19
Hamilton Tiger-Cats 16 6 9 1 353 439 13
Montreal Concordes 16 6 9 1 386 404 13
Ottawa Rough Riders 16 4 12 0 354 507 8

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Season schedule Edit

Week Date Opponent Score Result Record
1 June 30 vs. Montreal Concordes 49–31 Win 1–0
2 July 8 vs. Saskatchewan Roughriders 27–27 Tie 1–0–1
3 July 14 at Ottawa Rough Riders 31–9 Loss 1–1–1
4 July 20 at Calgary Stampeders 23–18 Loss 1–2–1
5 July 28 vs. Winnipeg Blue Bombers 42–20 Loss 1–3–1
6 Bye
7 Aug 12 vs. Toronto Argonauts 30–22 Loss 1–4–1
8 Aug 19 vs. BC Lions 19–11 Loss 1–5–1
9 Aug 24 at Edmonton Eskimos 35–14 Loss 1–6–1
10 Sept 3 vs. Montreal Concordes 30–11 Win 2–6–1
11 Sept 9 at BC Lions 46–11 Loss 2–7–1
12 Sept 15 at Winnipeg Blue Bombers 48–16 Loss 2–8–1
13 Sept 23 vs. Calgary Stampeders 29–26 Win 3–8–1
14 Bye
15 Oct 7 vs. Edmonton Eskimos 28–21 Loss 3–9–1
16 Oct 14 at Saskatchewan Roughriders 31–8 Win 4–9–1
17 Oct 20 vs. Ottawa Rough Riders 20–14 Win 5–9–1
18 Oct 27 at Toronto Argonauts 25–20 Win 6–9–1

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PostseasonEdit

Schedule Edit

Game Date Opponent Score Result
East Semi-Final Nov 4 vs. Montreal Concordes 17–11 Win
East Final Nov 11 at Toronto Argonauts 14–13 Win
Grey Cup Nov 18 Winnipeg Blue Bombers 47–17 Loss

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Grey CupEdit

Teams 1 Q 2 Q 3 Q 4 Q Final
Hamilton Tiger-Cats 14 3 0 0 17
Winnipeg Blue Bombers 3 27 10 7 47
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Awards and honoursEdit

  • Terry Evanshen was elected into the Canadian Football Hall of Fame as a Player, March 16, 1984.
  • Tony Gabriel was elected into the Canadian Football Hall of Fame as a Player, August 18, 1984.
  • Jacob Gaudaur was elected into the Canadian Football Hall of Fame as a Player as a Builder, March 16, 1984.[4]

1984 CFL All-StarsEdit

ReferencesEdit

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