Northern Line

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TONIGHT

WINNIPEG AT CALGARY, 7 P.M.

JONES: Blue Bombers season isn't going to be pretty the rest of the way. Calgary by 12.

HUNTINGTON: Bombers were lucky to be playing the hapless Riders last week. Stinging from loss to Esks, Stamps rebound. Calgary by 7.

GRIWKOWSKY: Stamps can sniff first place. Calgary by 7.

PIGGY: Edmonton loss another wakeup call for talented Stamps, who are prone to falling asleep at the switch. Someone brought an alarm clock this time. Calgary by 10.

TOMORROW

EDMONTON AT HAMILTON, 5 P.M.

JONES: Jason Maas plays almost great enough to get Tiger-Cats a win. Almost. Edmonton by 3.

HUNTINGTON: The Tabbies are absolutely pathetic. Even in practice they look horrible. Esks take full advantage. Edmonton by 12.

GRIWKOWSKY: Remember what happened last year? Hamilton by 3.

PIGGY: Ray-Tucker combo will fly high. Edmonton by 7.

SUNDAY

MONTREAL AT B.C., 8 P.M.

JONES: Als haven't won since Don Matthews's contract extension was announced. B.C. by 10.

HUNTINGTON: The game of the week. Als rebound and win for the first time in six years in Vancouver. Montreal by 3.

GRIWKOWSKY: At least the Lions should be well-rested. B.C. by 14.

PIGGY: Lions have yet to lose against an Eastern team. B.C. by 5.

LAST WEEK: JONES 2-1; HUNTINGTON 2-1; GRIWKOWSKY 1-2; PIGGY 1-2

RECORD: JONES 22-25; HUNTINGTON 28-19;

GRIWKOWSKY 26-21; PIGGY 30-17.


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