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DAN TOTH. IAN BUSBY and JEFFERSON HAGEN -- Calgary Sun

, Last Updated: 8:41 AM ET

TONIGHT

* HAMILTON (3-11) AT CALGARY (7-7)

7 P.M., (TSN, SUBJECT TO LOCAL BLACKOUT)

STAMPS FAVOURED BY 10

HAGEN: The Hamilton Hottie will be cooled off pretty quickly. Calgary by 12.

BUSBY: Burris back and comfortable in the saddle. Calgary by 14.

TOTH: Burris's return should spark the Stampeders while the D should feast on the Tabbies' offence. Calgary by 10.

TOMORROW

* SASKATCHEWAN (8-7) AT EDMONTON (9-6)

1 P.M., CBC

ESKS FAVOURED BY 4

HAGEN: No blocked kicks are going to save the 'Riders this time. Edmonton by 3.

BUSBY: Davis helps Eskimos put stranglehold on second. Esks by 3.

TOTH: Eskies tough at the Igloo, especially with home-field advantage for the playoffs as an added incentive. Edmonton by 3.

SUNDAY

* B.C. (11-3) AT MONTREAL (8-6)

11 A.M., TSN, RDS

ALS FAVOURED BY 3 1/2

HAGEN: The Lions' spectacular collapse continues. Montreal by 14.

BUSBY: No Dickenson, no way. Montreal by 7.

TOTH: Dickenson's possible return gives Lions a chance against resurgent Als but home field still gives Larks an edge. Montreal by 3.

* TORONTO (8-6) AT WINNIPEG (5-10)

2 P.M., TSN

ARGOS FAVOURED BY 3

HAGEN: Flock of Stegall plays its best ball when there's nothing but pride on the line but the Argos have to wake up sooner or later. Toronto by 7.

BUSBY: Bombers officially out of playoffs. Argos by 6.

TOTH: Bombers outstanding effort last week against Leos just a mirage. Toronto by 3.

RECORDS

RECORDS ARE STRAIGHT UP (LAST WEEK; OVERALL)

TOTH: 2-2; 40-25

BUSBY: 2-2; 39-26

HAGEN: 1-3; 39-26


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