Despite the many injuries to the Stampeders on offense, Calgary came away with flying colours. Backup running back Jonathan Williams rushed 82 yards, while Tim Hawthorne recorded his first career touchdown reception-- a catch of 30 yards late in the first half after Jamar Wall intercepted a Zach Collaros pass in Calgary territory.
The game moved in Calgary's favour early in the contest when Argonauts starting quarterback Ricky Ray injured his shoulder. Collaros took over from Ray, but it was clear he did not have the same magic he showed last month against the British Columbia Lions.
Calgary improves to 6-2, while Toronto drops to 5-3.
In other Stampeders news, according to Gord Miller of TSN, Stampeders slotback Nik Lewis is more seriously injured than first thought. Lewis not only has a broken leg, but tore ligaments in his ankle as well from an injury he suffered last week against the Lions.
Also, with the Stampeders recording the most points in the CFL with 261 at the moment, there is some speculation that offensive co-ordinator Dave Dickenson will generate interest from the Ottawa Redblacks, who will be an expansion franchise in the Canadian Football League next year.