2001 WEST SEMIFINAL
STAMPS 28 LIONS 19
The Stamps came back from a 16-10 deficit to start the fourth quarter, and defensive lineman Marc Pilon caught a four-yard touchdown from Marcus Crandell with 2:08 left for the difference. Marc Boerigter caught two touchdown passes as the Stamps got some momentum for their Grey Cup despite an 8-10 season.
2000 WEST FINAL
LIONS 37 STAMPS 23
Starting quarterback Dave Dickenson left before halftime with a knee injury and was replaced by Mike Cawley, who threw four interceptions. The Stamps had eight total turnovers, including two Dickenson picks, as the Lions took over the home locker-room for the Grey Cup at McMahon Stadium a week later.
1999 WEST FINAL
STAMPS 26 LIONS 24
Despite leaving for nearly two quarters with a shoulder injury, Dave Dickenson returned in the fourth quarter to set up the game-winning field goal as the Stamps advanced to their second straight Grey Cup appearance. Allen Pitts had an amazing day, catching nine passes for 173 yards.
1994 WEST FINAL
LIONS 37 STAMPS 36
This is considered one of the greatest games in CFL history. There was 1,056 yards of net offence and, with time expired, Lions quarterback Danny McManus hit Darren Flutie for his third TD of the game. The Lions advanced to beat the Baltimore Stallions in the Grey Cup at B.C. Place Stadium. It was the last time a host team won its own Grey Cup.
1993 WEST SEMIFINAL
STAMPS 17 LIONS 9
Although the Lions generated twice as much offence as the Stamps, the McMahon Stadium visitors couldn't break through to the endzone. The Stamps didn't keep the momentum going, losing to the Eskimos the following week at home.
1991 WEST SEMIFINAL
STAMPS 43 LIONS 41
Despite holding a 31-15 halftime lead, the Lions allowed the Stamps to score four touchdowns in the third quarter to retake the lead with Danny Barrett at the helm. It was Doug Flutie's final game with the Lions as he would head to Calgary the following season.
1979 WEST SEMIFINAL
STAMPS 37 LIONS 2
Following an impressive 12-4 season, the Stamps whipped the Lions at McMahon Stadium to start the playoffs, but they lost in the West final to the dynasty Edmonton Eskimos. The Stamps wouldn't win another playoff game until 1991.
1969 WEST SEMIFINAL
STAMPS 35 LIONS 21
With Jerry Keeling at quarterback, the Stamps scored a late touchdown and took care of the Lions at McMahon Stadium. The Stamps would then lose the best-of-three West final to the Saskatchewan Roughriders 2-0.
1964 WEST FINAL
LIONS WIN BEST OF THREE 2-1
With the first game at Calgary, the Stamps lost 24-10, but they forced a deciding game with a 14-10 victory back in Vancouver three days later. The Lions won that tilt game 33-14, as the three outings were played in a span of eight days.