Calgary Stampeders Odds | Bet On Calgary Stampeders Games

Calgary Bronks, which made up half of the famous Battle of Alberta, was established in 1935 as Calgary’s CFL franchise. After a break due to World War II and reopening in 1945, betting lines on the Calgary Stampeders became available. The Stampeders are part of a conglomerate that also includes the Calgary Flames of the National Hockey League. They are owned by Calgary Sports and Entertainment.

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Since the 1980s, the Stamps, as they are commonly called by locals, have been a formidable force to be reckoned with. Their history was not great, but they were often overlooked by the other CFL teams. Calgary began a long and successful run in the 1980s, or around 1985. This culminated in 26 trips to the playoffs as well as nine Grey Cup appearances along with five Grey Cup victories.

As long as the Stampeders have their center, they are set up for success. They have seen notable quarterback after quarterback during their run, including two that were Pro Bowlers in the National Football League in the 1990s. To ensure that the Stamps continue to win, bettors should keep an eye on the quarterbacking situation both before and during the season.

Because they both are located in the same province or division, Calgary and Edmonton have a strong rivalry. The two franchises usually play each other three times per season. They have been in conflict hundreds of times. To get a better idea of their rivalry, bettors can look into their past. Overall, Edmonton is leading the series 125-93-3. They also have the advantage in the playoffs with 14-12. The BC Lions and Calgary often engage in intensely contested games. Similar can be said for Calgary and Saskatchewan Roughriders.

Calgary plays at McMahon Stadium where they play their best football. The team was 8-1 at home in 2015, while the average road record of 5-4 was 5. Calgary has more sunshine than any other major Canadian city.

Last Updated on October 21, 2021

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