News Calgary Stampeders News Roundup for September 30, 2013

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    Calgary Stampeders News Roundup for September 30, 2013

    Jabari Arthur couldn’t wipe the smile off his face as the Stampeders receiver had a career game, helping put the Stamps back in the win column Saturday night in Guelph.
    It was the first time in his CFL career the six-foot-four Montreal native had 100 yards in a game as well as two touchdowns in a 35-11 victory over the Hamilton Tiger-Cats.

    Magician Maurice Price reappears for Calgary Stampeders
    Just like they planned it.
    The Calgary Stampeders are getting healthy at the right time.
    Playmaker Maurice Price pulled another Houdini act late in the work week and returned from a hip injury that was expected to keep him out of Saturday’s 35-11 win over the Hamilton Tiger-Cats.

    Micah Johnson doing all the right things for Calgary Stampeders defence
    Usually, the swagger is saved for the guys making the highlight reels.
    Interior linemen are happy to go about their business in the trenches.
    But Micah Johnson and Demonte’ Bolden have brought an attitude to the middle of the Calgary Stampeders defence, and it’s a big reason why defensive ends Cordarro Law and Charleston Hughes have combined for 23 sacks this season.

    Game Balls and Bricks from Calgary Stampeders and Hamilton Tiger-Cats tilt
    Talk about a bounceback.
    Coming off their first loss in over a month, the Calgary Stampeders were adamant about avoiding a two-game skid.
    Mission accomplished.

    Stamps notes: Arthur thriving as a replacement for Nik Lewis
    On paper, Jabari Arthur looked to be out of his league upon taking over for Nik Lewis at slotback for the Calgary Stampeders.
    After all, Lewis is a 10-year veteran and a CFL all-star destined to have his name enshrined on the wall at McMahon Stadium.

    Cornish takes rejection well in Stampeders victory
    Jon Cornish is not about to take the rejection personally, even if it did unfold on national television.
    On Saturday night, a Hamilton Tiger-Cats cheerleader turned down his kind offer of a game-used football in the midst of a 35-11 Calgary Stampeders dismantling of the Hamilton Tiger-Cats at Alumni Stadium.

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