Game over

IAN BUSBY -- Calgary Sun

, Last Updated: 10:27 AM ET

PLAYERS OF THE GAME:

OFFENCE:

Stamps WRs Nik Lewis and Jeremaine Copeland were quarterback Henry Burris' favourite targets, combining for 255 yards on 11 catches. Lewis was wide open for a 17-yard TD in the second quarter and Copeland caught a 61-yard bomb in the third quarter across the middle.

DEFENCE:

Stamps DB Anthony Malbrough picked off Kevin Glenn and returned it to the four-yard line to set up the first TD by Joffrey Reynolds. Malbrough then picked off Tee Martin to set up another the 17-yard reception by Nik Lewis.

SPECIAL TEAMS:

Stamps K Sandro DeAngelis had another impressive game, hitting on field goals of 45, 44 but missing at the end for a 27-yarder. DeAngelis is now 15-for-17 on the season for a 88.2% average.

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TURNING POINT:

With Tee Martin starting to drive the Bombers in the second quarter, Stamps DB Anthony Malbrough stepped in front of a pass intended for Kamau Peterson. Henry Burris hit Nik Lewis with a touchdown pass to make the score 13-5.

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CATCH OF THE GAME:

Stamps WR Jeremaine Copeland could feel the pressure coming from former Stampeder Omar Evans but held onto the bullet from Henry Burris. Evans nailed Copeland in the back as he was hit but Copeland held on for a 21-yard reception.

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HIT OF THE GAME:

Bombers RB Charles Roberts took the handoff from Tee Martin but Stamps LB John Grace stepped into the man known as Blink, knocking him sideways off for a loss.

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NOTABLES:

C Jamie Crysdale (knee) watched from the sidelines for the first time in 210 games, ending the 11th best consecutive games streak in league history ... Stamps DB Anthony Malbrough intercepted Bombers QB Kevin Glenn for only Calgary's second pick this season. Malbrough later stepped in front of a Tee Martin pass for his second of the season ... Glenn left in the first quarter with a hand injury after getting pounded into the turf by John Grace. He didn't return after making two completions for 30 yards ... After making a 17-yard TD reception in the second quarter, Stamps WR Nik Lewis disappeared into the sandwich boards, emerging 15 yards away ... The attendance was 30,128.

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UP NEXT:

B.C. Lions at Stampeders, Friday, 8 p.m., TSN, subject to blackout.


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