March 13, 2014

The Great Debate: Wildest CFL Finishes Staff

TORONTO — Over the years, we’ve seen our fair share of wild finishes.

From the joy and ecstasy of Milt Stegall’s last-second touchdown catch against Edmonton in 2006, to the deflating disappointment of the infamous 13th Man in the 97th Grey Cup, our league has no shortage of seat-rising finishes.

But which one is your favourite? Which one do you think is the wildest of them all?

Does the Alouettes-Argonauts “kick game” top your list? How about the double-overtime thriller between Saskatchewan and Montreal in 2010?

Where does the shootout thriller 93rd Grey Cup between the Als and Esks rank in your mind? How can we possibly leave Jason Clermont’s heroics in the 2005 Western Semi-Final off our list?

We’ve listed those below, but feel free to add your favourite wild finish in the comment section.

Today’s Debate: What is the wildest finish in recent CFL history?