Monday, November 30, 2009

Montreal Wins Grey Cup On Last Play In Game (This Post Will Be On Top For Today)

Montreal Alouettes' (from left) Anwar Stewart, Anthony Calvillo, Damon Duval and Avon Cobourne celebrate 28-27 Grey Cup win over the Saskatchewan Roughriders in Calgary on Nov. 29, 2009. Photograph by: Shaun Best, Reuters

Alouettes Triumph Over Roughriders In Grey Cup Thriller -- Montreal Gazette

Montreal 28, Saskatchewan 27; Duval completes Als rally on last-play field goal.

CALGARY – Time after time this season, Damon Duval bailed the Alouettes' offence.

He did it again Sunday night, and the Als are now Canadian Football League champions.

Duval's 33-yard field goal on the final play of the fourth quarter carried Montreal to an electrifying and incredible come-from-behind 28-27 victory against the Saskatchewan Roughriders in the 97th Grey Cup game before a capacity crowd of 46,020 McMahon Stadium spectators.

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More News On Montreal's Victory In The Grey Cup

Complete Montreal Alouettes Coverage -- Montreal Gazette
Als take last-second Grey Cup victory -- CBC
Als beat 'Riders 28-27 on last-second Duval field goal -- CTV
A Riders goof, an Als victory -- Globe And Mail
Second time a charm for Alouettes in Grey Cup -- Toronto Star
Mystery man cost Riders -- Toronto Sun
Grey Cup was instant classic --
Montreal a deserving, albeit lucky, winner -- Globe And Mail
Mistake costs Riders a Grey Cup victory --
Als hero Duval thanks God for second chance --
Alouettes capitalize on Rider's penalty to win 97th Grey Cup -- TSN
Cobourne, Cahoon take Grey Cup awards -- CBC

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