TOP OFFENSIVE PLAYER
Edmonton quarterback Ricky Ray was on fire out of the starting gate. He completed seven of seven passes for 65 yards on the opening drive and finished the first half alone at 19 of 22 for 274 yards and three touchdowns. He even scrambled twice for 16 yards.
TOP DEFENSIVE PLAYER
Winnipeg's Kyries Hebert, who played safety most of the night, simply shone.
Hebert was always around the ball on both defence and special teams, and even picked off a Ray pass.
TOP SPECIAL TEAMS PLAYER
Edmonton kick returner Tony Tompkins seemed to give the Eskies good field position almost every time he touched the ball. Tompkins returned four kickoffs for 93 yards and another 33 yards on three punt returns in the first half alone.
Bomber tailback Charles Roberts scored a one-yard touchdown run -- his fourth of the game -- to tie the game 39-39.
Hit of the Game
Bomber linebacker Neil McKinlay simply stuck it to Edmonton tailback Tyler Ebell, stopping him cold on a running play.
Let's give it to the catch that tied both the CFL record and the football game.
Bomber slotback Milt Stegall made a great catch in the endzone with just 31 seconds left. The ensuing Troy Westwood convert knotted the score at 32-32. And that was TD number 137 for Stegall.