It has been a season of change for the Hamilton Tiger-Cats.
And this weekend, that trend will continue.
The Cats are off to Moncton for the latest instalment of the CFL’s Touchdown Atlantic series.
It’s another change of scenery for the nomadic 2013 Tiger-Cats in a season of constant movement.
There are more changes to Hamilton’s depth chart this week, with a revamped secondary and some new names in other positions, most notably rookie kicker Brett Lauther.
And this weekend’s opponent is also a nice change.
Tomorrow marks the first time the Ticats and Alouettes will square off this season.
Both teams have had their ups and downs this year, with injuries playing a big part in their inconsistency.
The one thing that hasn’t changed this season is Hamilton’s steadily improved play.
After a slow start, the team has been coming along nicely.
The defence has pretty much caught up to the offence, and the team has a few players who are leading or near the top of statistical categories.
The general vibe in TigerTown is one of optimism, and we don’t want that to change.