CFL to meet with turf manufacturers after ice bowl
Players from both teams in Sunday's Grey Cup game complained of the icy field conditions at Edmonton's Commonwealth Stadium.
Nov. 27, 2018 – Criticism of the icy field conditions Sunday during the Grey Cup game at Edmonton's Commonwealth Stadium has prompted the Canadian Football League to meet during the off-season with artificial turf manufacturers and stadium staff to see where improvements can be made. Players from both the Calgary Stampeders and Ottawa Redblacks complained about the lack of traction they were afforded during the championship game.
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