All about Victory

KIRK PENTON -- Sun Media

, Last Updated: 10:43 AM ET

Milt Stegall will be a man on a mission tonight, but his goal is not what you may think.

Stegall is on the cusp of becoming the CFL's Touchdown King, needing just one more major to move past George Reed and Mike Pringle and into the record books.

The 37-year-old, however, has other things on his mind going into tonightis clash against the East Division-rival Montreal Alouettes.

"I'm trying to get the victory," Stegall says. "Right now, hopefully (breaking the record) means it helps us win the game. That's all it means right now.

"When it's all over with maybe it'll mean something and I'll think about it, but right now hopefully it means that we'll win the game."

There are a couple of other interesting subplots to tonight's home-opener, most notably the fact that placekicker Troy Westwood, for the first time in more than 16 years, wonit be kicking field goals for the Blue and Gold.

The struggling Westwood has been replaced by Rob Pikula, who will make his Bomber debut after being acquired from the B.C. Lions on Saturday.


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