Unlike last week where the Stampeders defeated the Eskimos 37-34, the Stampeders played much more of a disciplined style of football defensively with Friday's victory.
With the win, Calgary improves to 8-2 while Edmonton drops to 1-9.
Two major reasons for the Stampeders success on Friday were the play of running back Jon Cornish and kicker Rene Paredes. Cornish had 131 yards rushing and led the team with 46 yards receiving, while Paredes kicked five field goals, three of them from 42 yards or more.
The Stampeders defense was flawless. As a unit they sacked Eskimos quarterback Mike Reilly seven times and limited Edmonton to only a field goal in the entire second half.
In other CFL news, Eskimos head coach Kavis Reed wa fined $2500 on Thursday for comments he made directly to the officials following the 37-34 Edmonton loss to Calgary on Labour Day. According to Yahoo! Sports, there is speculation that Reed was upset that pass interference was not called on a particular play.