CALGARY - The Calgary Stampeders carried the contents of their lockers to their cars at McMahon Stadium with mixed feelings Monday. Don Mattingly Jersey . A good season, yes, but as star running back Jon Cornish pointed out, people will remember this years Grey Cup winner before they remember Calgarys 14-4 record in the regular season. "The (Stampeder) teams that were 15-3 back in the 90s, who is going to remember those teams?" Cornish said outside the locker room. "I had no clue those teams existed prior to us coming close to the record because we didnt win championships those years. For me Im getting older and I care about my legacy. "I understand that winning championships is part of the game in the CFL. Those are the guys who are remembered. For me, this really emphasizes what next year means." The Stampeders were in a next-year mindset because of a 35-13 loss to the Saskatchewan Roughriders in the previous nights West Division final at McMahon. The Roughriders and Hamilton Tiger-Cats will play in Sundays Grey Cup in Regina. Calgary carried the seasons best record into the playoffs and was a Grey Cup favourite as the next-closest teams were 11-7. The Stampeders ranked No. 1 in many statistical categories. Cornish won his second straight season rushing title and is a double nominee for the leagues Most Outstanding Player and Most Outstanding Canadian awards. Offensive lineman Brett Jones is a finalist for rookie of the year, defensive end Charleston Hughes for the defensive player award and kicker Rene Paredes for the special teams player trophy. Its the first time Calgary has finalists for five major awards and those will be announced Thursday in Regina. Calgary won games despite a three-man rotation at quarterback in the middle of the season because of injuries and constantly plugging holes at other positions for the same reasons. But the best team in the league at protecting the football chose the wrong game and the wrong opponent to suddenly develop a case of the drops. Seven turnovers against the Roughriders, who led the CFL in takeaways this season, was Calgarys undoing. Saskatchewan jumped out to a 22-6 lead, which gave them the luxury of running the ball a lot against a Stampeder defensive line missing two premiere tackles with knee injuries. "Going into the game, if I was scripting it, I would have liked to have seen my offence on the field more than their offence and that way keeping our defence on the sideline," Calgary coach John Hufnagel said. "I didnt really want the script to be them having a lead and having the ability to have patience with their running game. "The turnovers partially created that scenario we didnt want. When you play good football teams in big games, you need to protect the football." Hufnagel completed the second season of a five-year contract extension signed when the NHLs Calgary Flames bought the team in the January, 2012. Initially hired prior to the 2008 season, the Stampeders have gone 73-34-1 in the regular season under Hufnagel as coach and GM. The Stampeders have played in two Grey Cups during his tenure and won it in 2008. Calgarys playoff record with Hufnagel is 5-5. He says he has about 14 players entering free agency this off-season, with defensive back Juwan Simpson and receiver Mo Price among them. But the more pressing matter for the Stampeders is which quarterback Hufnagel will choose to protect in the expansion draft Dec. 16? Calgary can hide only one from the Ottawa Redblacks when protected rosters are submitted Dec. 9. Kevin Glenn, Drew Tate and Bo Levi Mitchell all started and won games for Calgary this season and all three are still under contracts. When asked Monday if hed made a decision on which quarterback to protect, Hufnagel said no, but that expansion-draft meetings would start immediately. Tate was anointed Calgarys next starting quarterback when the Stampeders traded Henry Burris to Hamilton in January. 2012. But the brittle Tate hasnt been able to string together starts because of various injuries over two seasons. Kevin Glenn came to Calgary in the Burris trade as insurance and has posted a 20-8 record and a 2-2 playoff record. The 33-year-old veteran struggled in his last three games for Calgary, however, and Hufnagel has to look to the future of the franchise. Bo Levi Mitchell, 23, won his three starts. He also came off the bench for an injured Glenn in the third quarter against Montreal in July and threw a pair of touchdowns in the win. "For right now, Im a Calgary Stampeder. Thats what it says on the contract," Glenn said Monday. "Who knows whats going to happen? I doubt all three of us will be back, but we just have to wait to see what happens." The Edmonton Eskimos, Winnipeg Blue Bombers and Ottawa are in the market for a new coach and the Montreal Alouettes could be if the team decides to hire a new one instead of GM Jim Popp continuing in that role. Stampeder offensive co-ordinator Dave Dickenson and defensive co-ordinator Rick Campbell would be attractive options in those markets. "I believe we have some candidates that other teams would want to talk to," Hufnagel said. Dellin Betances Jersey . "Rob brings a wealth of coaching experience, having worked both in Canada and overseas in player development," Canada Soccer technical director Tony Fonseca said in a release. Austin Romine Jersey . He made that dream a reality Wednesday night. 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The 2013 ISU Four Continents champion is coming off a 15th place finish at the Olympic Winter Games in mens and a silver medal in the inaugural team competition. Last season, he placed a career-best fifth at the 2013 ISU World Figure Skating Championships. He is coached by Joanne McLeod at the BC Centre of Excellence. Elladj Baldé, 23, Pierrefonds, Que., representing Club de Patinage des Deux-Rives, will be the second entry in the mens category, and will be competing at this event for the first time. This season, he placed seventh at Skate Canada International, and 11th at the ISU Four Continents championships. He trains out of the Detroit Skating Club with coaches Yuka Sato and Jason Dungjen. Rounding out the mens entries is newly crowned 2014 Junior World Champion Nam Nguyen, 15, Toronto, Ont. This will also be his first time competing at this event. This season, Nguyen earned a fifth place finish at the 2014 Canadian Tire National Skating Championships in the senior category and placed 10th at the 2014 ISU Four Continents championships. He is coached by Brian Orser at the Toronto Cricket Skating & Curling Club. Two-time Canadian champion Kaetlyn Osmond, 18, Marystown, Nfld. & Sherwood Park, Alta., is one of two entries in ladies. Last season, she placed eighth at this event. Most recently, she earned a 13th place finish at the Olympic Winter Games in the ladies event, and a silver medal in the team event. Osmond is coached by Ravi Walia and represents the Ice Palace Figure Skating Club. Gabrielle Daleman, 16, Newmarket, Ont., will be the second Canadian entry in ladies. The two-time Canadian silver medalist won bronze earlier this season at the ISU Junior Grand Prix in Gdansk, Poland, and placed fourth at the ISU Junior Grand Prix Tallin, Estonia. She also competed at the Olympic Winter Games, placing 17th. Daleman is coached by Andrei Berezintsev and Inga Zusev and trains at the Richmond Training Centre in Richmond Hill, Ont. Three-time Canadian champions Meagan Duhamel, 28, Lively, Ont., and Eric Radford, 29, Balmertown, Ont., are the first of three pair teams representing Canada. The repressentatives of Walden FSC and CPA Saint-Léonard won bronze at this event last season, placed fifth in 2012, and seventh in 2011. Giancarlo Stanton Jersey. Most recently, they placed seventh at the Olympic Winter Games in pair, and won silver in the team event. They are coached by Richard Gauthier and Bruno Marcotte at CPA Saint-Léonard. Also competing in the pair discipline are Kirsten Moore-Towers, 21, St. Catharines, Ont., and Dylan Moscovitch, 29, Toronto, Ont. This will be their third time competing at this event, having placed fourth last season, and eighth in 2011. Moore-Towers and Moscovitch placed fifth at the Olympic Winter Games in pair, and won silver in the team event. The duo trains at the Kitchener-Waterloo Skating Club with coaches Kris Wirtz and Kristy Wirtz. Paige Lawrence, 24, Kennedy, Sask., and Rudi Swiegers, 26, Kipling, Sask., will be Canadas third entry in the pair category. This will be their first time competing at this event. Representing Wawota FSC, the four-time Canadian bronze medallists placed 14th at the Olympic Winter Games in Sochi, Russia. Lawrence and Swiegers train in Melville, Sask., and Virden, Man., and are coached by Patricia Hole and Lyndon Johnston. Kaitlyn Weaver, 24, Waterloo, Ont., and Andrew Poje, 27, Waterloo, Ont., are the first of three Canadian entries in ice dance. This will be their sixth time competing at this event. Last season, Weaver and Poje placed fifth at the 2013 ISU World Figure Skating Championships. This season, they placed seventh at the Olympic Winter Games in Sochi, Russia. Representing Sault FSC and Kitchener-Waterloo SC, the seven-time Canadian medallists are coached by Pasquale Camerlengo and Angelika Krylova in Bloomfield Hills, Michigan. Alexandra Paul, 22, Barrie, Ont., and Mitchell Islam, 24, Barrie, Ont., are the second Canadian entry in the ice dance category. This will be their first time competing at this event. Most recently, the two-time Canadian bronze medallists Paul and Islam placed 18th at the Olympic Winter Games in Sochi, Russia. Paul and Islam train at the Detroit Skating Club with coaches Pasquale Camerlengo, Angelika Krylova, and Massimo Scali. Piper Gilles, 22, Toronto, Ont., and Paul Poirier, 22, Unionville, Ont., will also represent Canada in ice dance. Last season, they placed 18th at this event. This season, Gilles and Poirier won silver at the 2014 ISU Four Continents Figure Skating Championships. They are coached by Carol Lane and Juris Razgulajevs at Ice Dance Elite in Scarborough, Ont. 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