7 Results for tag: Hamilton Tiger-Cat Alumni

PRESALE: CANADIAN FOOTBALL HALL OF FAME INDUCTION AT TIM HORTONS FIELD

Join us on Thursday, September 14, 2017  for an evening of celebration at Tim Hortons Field as we formally induct this year’s Class into the Canadian Football Hall of Fame . Meet and greet with current and former CFL players, as well as Hall of Fame members. This year’s inductees have had a significant impact in Canadian Football. Please join ... More

Chatham Sports Hall of Fame to add five inductees

By Mark Malone, Chatham Daily News Friday, July 7, 2017  Brothers Dan and John Comiskey played one season together on the Edmonton Eskimos' offensive line. They'll be reunited in the Chatham Sports Hall of Fame after both former CFLers were named to the Class of 2017 in the athlete-modern category Thursday. Hockey player Brian Hind ... More

No one went over the middle like Rocky DiPietro

June 27th, 2017 Chris O'Leary Senior Writer CFL.ca Almost 40 years later, Rocky DiPietro still remembers what he calls the very humble beginnings of his career. He remembers the speed of the American defensive backs that he was often playing against in his first few years as a Hamilton Tiger-Cat slotback. He remembers struggling to find his place ... More

Hamilton Tiger-Cat Alumni Association Golf Tournament

The Hamilton Tiger-Cat Alumni will hold their 32nd annual golf tournament on Monday, May 29th, 2017 at Southbrook Golf and Country Club Course in Binbrook, Ontario. More

CFLAA Legends of the Game Profile – Hank Ilesic

Known as one of the all-time great punters in league history, Hank Ilesic used his booming kicks to carve out a very successful 19 year CFL career. What makes this story unique is that the 6 foot 1 inch IIesic, joined his hometown Eskimos right after graduating from St. Joseph's High School in Edmonton at the age of 17 IIesic went on to be a two time CFL ... More

Argos OL Wayne Smith announces retirement

April 28, 2017 Argonauts Staff TORONTO – After 12 seasons in the Canadian Football League, offensive lineman Wayne Smith has announced his retirement from professional football. Originally selected by the Hamilton Tiger-Cats first overall in the in the 2014 CFL Draft, Smith went on to suit up for 183 regular season games, eight playoff games and ... More

CFLAA Legends of the Game Profile – Tom Clements

Prior to joining the CFL’s Ottawa Rough Riders, Tom Clements was the starting quarterback for the Notre Dame Fighting Irish from 1972 to 1974. Clements led Notre Dame to a national championship in 1973 and a 24-23 Sugar Bowl victory over Alabama. To round out his college career Clements finished fourth in the 1974 Heisman Trophy voting and was named a ... More