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Steady Leadership: Calgary Stampeders Announce Stable Football Operations Team for 2024 Seas


The Calgary Stampeders have officially announced a stable football operations team for the 2024 season, signaling continuity and consistency within the organization.

Why It Matters

Stability in the football operations staff is crucial for team success, allowing for a consistent strategy in player development, scouting, and overall team management. With Head Coach Dave Dickenson continuing as General Manager, and key personnel like Brendan Mahoney, Cole Hufnagel, Nick Bojda, and Molly Campbell maintaining their roles, the Stampeders signal a commitment to their current strategic direction. The addition of Craig Dickenson as a consultant introduces experienced insight while keeping the core team intact.

By the Numbers

  • Dave Dickenson enters his second season as General Manager while continuing as Head Coach.
  • Brendan Mahoney, a former Simon Fraser University receiver, marks his 18th year with the Stampeders.
  • Cole Hufnagel, involved in U.S. scouting, is in his ninth season, showcasing a legacy connection to the team.
  • Molly Campbell, with 12 years at the club, and Nick Bojda, with six, round out the experienced operations team.

What’s Next

The Calgary Stampeders are set to kick off their 2024 regular season on June 7, hosting the Hamilton Tiger-Cats at McMahon Stadium. This stable leadership team aims to leverage their continuity and added expertise from Craig Dickenson to enhance their scouting and game strategy, looking forward to a successful season ahead.

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