Former USC player Demetris Summers had five returns for 185 yards to help Calgary to a 22-18 victory Saturday and put the Stampeders in the Grey Cup.
Henry Burris helped Calgary advance, throwing for 236 yards and a touchdown and running for another score in the Stampeders' 22-18 victory over the British Columbia Lions in the CFL's West final.
The Stampeders, in the Grey Cup for the first time since winning the 2001 title, will meet host Montreal on Nov. 23. The Alouettes beat Edmonton 36-26 in the East final.
Ken-yon Rambo had a 22-yard touchdown catch, and Sandro DeAngelis made goals from 42 and 27 yards for Calgary, the regular-season leader at 13-5.
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