May 22, 2015


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The last game: farewell to Canad Inns Stadium

Panorama created from multiple images of WInnipeg Blue Bombers versus Montreal Alouettes during CFL action in the final game at Canad Inns Stadium, Saturday, November 3, 2012.
A couple of fans dressed as yard markers watching the Winnipeg Blue Bombers and the Montreal Alouettes in the final game at Canad Inns Stadium, Saturday.
Winnipeg Blue Bombers' Kito Pohlah (1) is wrapped up by Montreal Alouettes' Chip Cox (11) during the first half of CFL action in the final game at Canad Inns Stadium, Saturday
The Winnipeg Blue Bombers take a moment before facing the Montreal Alouettes at the Canad Inns Stadium Saturday.
Fans in the stands watch the Bombers' final game of the season.
Winnipeg Blue Bombers' Alex Suber (21) puts a hand in the face of Montreal Alouettes' Jamel Richardson (18) during the first quarter of CFL action in the final game at Canad Inns Stadium, Saturday.
Winnipeg Blue Bombers' Alex Brink (7) throws a pass against the Montreal Alouettes' during the first half of CFL action in the final game at Canad Inns Stadium, Saturday.
Montreal Alouettes' quarterback Adrian McPherson (3) is grabbed by Winnipeg Blue Bombers' JT Gilmore (91) during the first half of CFL action in the final game at Canad Inns Stadium, Saturday.
Montreal Alouettes' Adrian McPherson (3) is sacked by Winnipeg Blue Bombers' Henoc Muamba (10) and Rodney Fritz (45) during the first half of their CFL game in Winnipeg Saturday.
Winnipeg Blue Bombers' head coach Tim Burke adjusts his headset during the first half of their CFL game against Montreal Alouettes in Winnipeg on Saturday.
Winnipeg Blue Bombers' Jonathan Hefney (23) tackles Montreal Alouettes' S.J. Green (19) during the first half of their CFL game in Winnipeg on Saturday.
Montreal Alouettes' Scooter Berry (99) heads off the field with an injury during the first half of their CFL game against Winnipeg Blue Bombers in Winnipeg on Saturday.
Winnipeg Blue Bombers' quarterback Alex Brink (7) on the phone to coaches during the first half of their CFL game against the Montreal Alouettes in Winnipeg on Saturday.
Panorama created from multiple images of WInnipeg Blue Bombers versus Montreal Alouettes during CFL action in the final game at Canad Inns Stadium, Saturday, November 3, 2012. - TREVOR HAGAN / WINNIPEG FREE PRESS
A couple of fans dressed as yard markers watching the Winnipeg Blue Bombers and the Montreal Alouettes in the final game at Canad Inns Stadium, Saturday. - TREVOR HAGAN/WINNIPEG FREE PRESS
Winnipeg Blue Bombers' Kito Pohlah (1) is wrapped up by Montreal Alouettes' Chip Cox (11) during the first half of CFL action in the final game at Canad Inns Stadium, Saturday - TREVOR HAGAN/WINNIPEG FREE PRESS
The Winnipeg Blue Bombers take a moment before facing the Montreal Alouettes at the Canad Inns Stadium Saturday. - TREVOR HAGAN / WINNIPEG FREE PRESS
Fans in the stands watch the Bombers' final game of the season. - Tyler Walsh / Winnipeg Free Press
Winnipeg Blue Bombers' Alex Suber (21) puts a hand in the face of Montreal Alouettes' Jamel Richardson (18) during the first quarter of CFL action in the final game at Canad Inns Stadium, Saturday. - TREVOR HAGAN / WINNIPEG FREE PRESS
Winnipeg Blue Bombers' Alex Brink (7) throws a pass against the Montreal Alouettes' during the first half of CFL action in the final game at Canad Inns Stadium, Saturday. - TREVOR HAGAN / WINNIPEG FREE PRESS
Montreal Alouettes' quarterback Adrian McPherson (3) is grabbed by Winnipeg Blue Bombers' JT Gilmore (91) during the first half of CFL action in the final game at Canad Inns Stadium, Saturday. - TREVOR HAGAN / WINNIPEG FREE PRESS
Montreal Alouettes' Adrian McPherson (3) is sacked by Winnipeg Blue Bombers' Henoc Muamba (10) and Rodney Fritz (45) during the first half of their CFL game in Winnipeg Saturday. - John Woods / The Canadian Press
Winnipeg Blue Bombers' head coach Tim Burke adjusts his headset during the first half of their CFL game against Montreal Alouettes in Winnipeg on Saturday. - John Woods / The Canadian Press
Winnipeg Blue Bombers' Jonathan Hefney (23) tackles Montreal Alouettes' S.J. Green (19) during the first half of their CFL game in Winnipeg on Saturday. - John Woods / The Canadian Press
Montreal Alouettes' Scooter Berry (99) heads off the field with an injury during the first half of their CFL game against Winnipeg Blue Bombers in Winnipeg on Saturday. - John Woods / The Canadian Press
Winnipeg Blue Bombers' quarterback Alex Brink (7) on the phone to coaches during the first half of their CFL game against the Montreal Alouettes in Winnipeg on Saturday. - John Woods / The Canadian Press

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