So you think you can celebrate?

KIRK PENTON, SUN MEDIA

, Last Updated: 10:40 AM ET

Bombers coach Doug Berry hopes to see his receivers dancing up a storm tomorrow in Calgary.

He has not, however, helped them plan any of their moves, even though he is the common link between Calgary's chief choreographer Jeremaine Copeland (they were together in Montreal) and the Bombers.

"I'm not much of a dancer myself," Berry said.

"I can't say that I would ever be a part of choreographing something for them, but I do enjoy watching a celebration because that means something."

The Bombers receivers have gone back to celebrating touchdowns with some unique moves.

In Hamilton last month it was a game of duck, duck, goose, and last week against the Argos it was a hockey scene and race walking.

The Stampeders brought out a curling-themed celebration after a score on Monday afternoon against Saskatchewan, and Calgary receiver Nik Lewis issued a challenge to the Bombers following the contest.

Berry isn't scared of the Stampeders when it comes to touchdown celebrations.

"(Copeland) can choreograph," Berry said, "but we have our own guys that are very good at it here as well."


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