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Kirk Penton -- Winnipeg Sun

, Last Updated: 6:53 AM ET

B.C. LIONS

- QB Dave Dickenson is expected to dress for Friday's game at Calgary, but Casey Printers will probably start. Head coach Wally Buono said he has a plan to address his pivot situation, but he's not saying what it is.

CALGARY STAMPEDERS

- The Stamps (2-11) are well on their way to producing the worst season in franchise history. Calgary's previous worst mark occurred in 1976, when they went 2-12-2 and allowed a whopping 442 points.

EDMONTON ESKIMOS

- Both K Sean Fleming and holder Jason Maas said Fleming would have made his 51-yard field goal attempt in overtime on Saturday had the laces been out instead of in. The ball hit the cross bar and the Lions won 36-33.

HAMILTON TIGER-CATS

- Their game Sunday against Saskatchewan wasn't on the television schedule, so the progressive Ticats put the feed on the Internet and attracted approximately 4,500 viewers from places as far away as Japan.

MONTREAL ALOUETTES

- Wanna hear something scary? GM Jim Popp once had QB Casey Printers on the Alouettes negotiation list, but he deleted him after watching him for a week leading up to a college bowl game.

OTTAWA RENEGADES

- K Sandro Sciortino's 53-yard field goal that beat Calgary on Friday set a franchise record. The struggling Sciortino faced competition during practice last week, and he said he's been dealing with "personal issues."

SASKATCHEWAN ROUGHRIDERS

- WR Patrick Thibeault, who was cut by the Roughies last month, re-joined the team last week. He switched jersey numbers, from 85 to 82, because he "didn't have much luck with (85)," he told The Leader-Post.

TORONTO ARGONAUTS

- The NFL pipeline continues to flow to Toronto. Yesterday the Boatmen added former Cleveland Browns DE Arnold Miller and former Green Bay Packers DB Hurley Tarver to their practice roster.


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