A.J. Gass is embarrassed.
He also fined himself already for being tossed out the game yesterday during a wild fight in the second quarter.
But the damage has been done - and it was severe damage.
After scrapping with offensive lineman John Comiskey and tossing his helmet 35 yards down the field, Gass was tossed by officials - leaving Edmonton without its undisputed leader in the heart of the defence.
To make matters worse, linebacker/special teams demon Kenny Onatolu was booted out the game on the same play for taking not one but two shots toward the head of a couple of Stampeders.
"Is there anything that is more powerful than regret?" asked Gass after the game.
"That is how I feel right now.
"It was just a complete and utter disappointment and lack of discipline and extremely selfish."
Gass realizes his mistake was a big part of the game.
"Anytime you lose two guys who start on defence and play special teams, there is a ripple effect throughout the team.
"It had a major impact I believe."
Gass has levied a heavy fine against himself.
"There is going to be a lot of free breakfasts around here for a long time," he said.
The 10-year veteran of the Green and Gold has never ripped a player's helmet off and tossed it down the field.
"It is pretty embarrassing, to be honest," he continued.
Comiskey - the brother of Eskimo Dan Comiskey - was simply having fun with Gass' ejection after the game.
"This is Canada on a Saturday night. He probably thought this was Hockey Night in Canada and he wanted to play a little hockey," said Comiskey.
Edmonton head coach Danny Maciocia isn't arguing with the ejections of his own players.
"But I don't think they deserved come out of it with nothing," he said on Calgary not losing a player.
The whole fracas actually started between Gass and Calgary offensive tackle Jeff Pilon.
"I was on top of him," said Gass. "As I got up, he hit me from (the) back, knocked me down.
"Kenny flew in and hit him and then it was melee from then on."