TORONTO -- There's no doubt John Hufnagel is comfortable in his own kitchen where the home cookin' is good.
But the Calgary Stampeders GM/head coach doesn't mind heading out and stopping by the roadside diner once in a while to pick up a win, either.
Since Hufnagel returned to the CFL in 2008, the 62-year-old's road record is staggering.
Now in his seventh season, Hufnagel has rolled up a 33-21 record away from McMahon Stadium, resulting in a gaudy .611 winning percentage.
Sounds pretty good, right?
It gets more impressive.
No other franchise in the CFL is over .500 during that timeframe.
The B.C. Lions have the next-best mark at 27-28 (.491).
While Hufnagel and the Stamps are playing over .600 football on the road, the seven other CFL franchises -- sorry, Ottawa RedBlacks, your two road games in franchise history don't count in this exercise -- can't even manage to break even.