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CFL 1970 Western Final Game 3 - coldest Canadian football game ever? (part 12)

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Published on Aug 22, 2010

The Calgary Stampeders played the Saskatchewan Roiughriders in a best-of-three CFL West Division final series in 1970. The third game, played at Taylor Field in Regina, was played in possibly the coldest conditions ever in Canadian football. The Stamps drove the field against a very strong wind at the end of the game, and Larry Robinson kicked the game-winning field goal to send the Stamps to the 1970 Grey Cup game.

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