Take a more in-depth look at some of the numbers and statistics from last week's game and leading up to Saturday's contest against Montreal.
264: Chris Williams' total yardage from Saturday's game, in which he scored three touchdowns, three different ways.
2,932: Points scored by legendary Tiger-Cat kicker Paul Osbaldiston (ranking him 3rd in all-time CFL scoring) who will be honoured at halftime on Saturday.
296: Total return yards put up by the Ticats against Toronto on Saturday.
96: The number of points scored by both teams the last time Hamilton and Montreal got together. (52-44, 2011 Eastern Semi-Final)
11-1: The record for home teams in the CFL so far this season.
14: Touchdowns thrown by Henry Burris and Anthony Calvillo this season.
942: Passing yards racked up by Calvillo through three games, good for first in the CFL. This will be the second-straight week that the Ticats' defence faces the leading passer in the league.
9/25/09: The last time a Calvillo-led Alouettes team won at Ivor Wynne.
57.4: Anthony Calvillo's completion percentage in his last three games at Ivor Wynne. Five percent lower than his career percentage, leading to a record of 0-3 in those games.
118-50: The score, in the Ticats favour, in the last three games that Calvillo has started at Ivor Wynne.
4,944: Passing yards that Henry Burris is on pace to throw for this season.
5: Total touchdowns for Chris Williams so far this season, the most in the CFL.
41: Tackles between Renauld Williams and Jamall Johnson so far this season, good enough for second and third in the league respectively.
170: The number of times Hamilton and Montreal have played one another, the second-most games versus any opponent.
44-21: The score in Hamilton's favour, the last time Montreal paid Ivor Wynne a visit. (Labour Day, 2011)
4.28: Chris Williams' fastest 40 time in college.
616: The distance in kilometres between Ivor Wynne Stadium and Percival Molson Stadium.
34: The number of games that Anthony Calvillo played in Black and Gold from 1995-97.