Alouettes Notebook: Tovell’s concussion and the challenge of the 6-game injured list

Alouettes Notebook: Tovell's concussion and the challenge of the 6-game injured list
Medlock puts the boot to Als
But Montreal head coach Jacques Chapdelaine, who has always been an intelligent guy and a bit of a free-thinker, has talked to the Canadian Football League about this, attempting to float a proposal to the board of governors. It's still in the

Winnipeg Blue Bombers defensive back Chris Randle intercepts a pass during the first quarter Thursday in Montreal. MONTREAL – Justin Medlock waited in his stance as the game lay in the balance. Medlock, the Winnipeg Blue Bombers kicker, then stepped

Alouettes Notebook: Tovell's concussion and the challenge of the 6-game injured list

After both teams scored a touchdown in overtime, the Montreal Alouettes were driving down field to retake the lead against the Winnipeg Blue Bombers on Thursday night. Montreal advanced to the 23-yard line on two plays. But, on the next snap, Blue

Medlock puts the boot to Als

Blue Bombers spoil Lewis' historic night
Blue Bombers spoil Lewis' historic night
Obviously, it wasn't the result we were hoping for, but, even though victory slipped through our fingers in overtime, Jacques Chapdelaine's troops can be proud of their performance. Not only did our Alouettes give quite the show to their fans on … . Winnipeg Blue Bombers kicker Justin Medlock kicks the game-winning field goal against the Montreal Alouettes during overtime, Thursday in Montreal. Top picks. Trainer Don Schnell and Escape Clause. A win's a win: Bombers scratch, claw and kick their

Winnipeg Blue Bombers do it again on record-setting night

Medlock puts the boot to Als
Medlock puts the boot to Als

The victory, Winnipeg's fifth straight, improved its record to 7-2. The Als lost a second consecutive game and are now 3-6. Herb Zurkowsky, Montreal Gazette More from Herb Zurkowsky, Montreal Gazette. Published on: August 24, 2017 | Last Updated …

WINNIPEG — The Winnipeg Blue Bombers made it five straight wins and improved to 5-0 vs CFL East Division opponents this season by edging the Montreal Alouettes in overtime Thursday. The game ended with a nail-biting 39 yard Justin Medlock field goal

Bombers Win Fifth Straight with OT Thriller

Randle Bombers defensive back Chris Randle had an interception in the first quarter that led to a touchdown. He also picked Montreal QB Darian Durant in OT to set up the winning field goal. (THE CANADIAN PRESS). Article

Montreal Alouettes slotback Nik Lewis has his legs taken out from under him by Winnipeg Blue Bombers defensive back Taylor Loffler at Molson Stadium on Thursday. Allen McInnis / Montreal Gazette. The Alouettes' dressing. WINNIPEG, MB – Thursday night in Montreal, Justin Medlock's fourth field goal of the evening gave the Winnipeg Blue Bombers their fifth straight victory. Medlock booted a 38-yard field goal in the second overtime, to put the finishing touches on 34-31 …

The Alouettes have delivered a better service than Toronto, but this was not sufficient to trace the path of the victory in front of their supporters, Thursday night, at Stade Percival-Molson. Despite a nice comeback orchestrated in the fourth quarter …

Head coach Jacques Chapdelaine would like to see some concussed players put on an injured list longer than one game, but not necessarily the full six. Herb Zurkowsky, Montreal Gazette More from Herb Zurkowsky, Montreal Gazette. Published on: August. MONTREAL — It was another game against the Montreal Alouettes that went down to the final play and once again, the Winnipeg Blue Bombers had the last word. Justin Medlock's fourth field of the game in the second overtime lifted the Blue Bombers to a

MONTREAL — Clarence Denmark hauled in two touchdown passes, including one on the first drive of overtime, to lead the Winnipeg Blue Bombers to a 34-31 win over the Montreal Alouettes on Thursday night in Montreal. After the Als tied it up on a B.J.

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