Although their roots can be traced back to 1869, Hamilton Tiger-Cats CFL betting lines have been available since 1950. A merger of the Hamilton Tigers and the Hamilton Wildcats formed the Hamilton Tiger-Cats and they are charter members of the CFL. Software industry tycoon Bob Young has owned the Hamilton franchise since 2003. From 1953 through to the 2015 CFL season, as members of the CFL East Division, the Tiger-Cats have claimed eight Grey Cup Championships.
Hamilton Tigercats Betting Lines Today
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Hamilton Tigercats Schedule And Games Result
Tiger-Cats home games have played out at Tim Hortons Field in Ontario since 2014. Check back here anytime for Hamilton’s upcoming schedule and results of their 18-game season.
Hamilton Tigercats Standings Conference
Keeping up with the Hamilton Tiger-Cats in the CFL East conference standings has never been easier. Our CFL rankings widget updates LIVE throughout the season and after every contest.
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Betting on the Hamilton Tiger-Cats CFL Labour Day Lines Pays Off
Being as there are just nine professional football teams in the Great White North, rivalry battles come into play during each week of the Canadian Football League season. Topping the intensity found during the Battle of Alberta, between the Calgary Stampeders and Edmonton Eskimos, is difficult to do but the Hamilton Tiger-Cats vs Toronto Argonauts rivalry is a very close second.
Established in 1948, the Cats vs Argos Labor Day Classic pre-dates the official inaugural season (1958) of the Canadian Football League. Backing the Tiger-Cats has paid off for Hamilton bettors recently as the Cats posted a 15-8 series record from 1988 to 2015. Bookmark this page and check back anytime to stay abreast of the fast-paced betting action in the Canadian Football League.