Sunday features a clash between historic rivals with a trip to the 100th Grey Cup final on the line.
This is familiar territory for the Montreal Alouettes and quarterback Anthony Calvillo, pro-football's all time leading passer.
Montreal and their 40-year-old leader on offence had a week off to rest up as they try for their ninth Grey Cup appearance in the last 13 years, while the Argos were forced to fight for the chance to meet the Als at Olympic Stadium this Sunday.
Montreal has the upper hand when it comes to the season series numbers, having beaten the Toronto twice in three tries, which includes a 24-12 decision on the road on Oct. 14 that clinched first in the East.
But in that game, Toronto was without their new and not-so-secret weapon, quarterback Ricky Ray. After missing that last defeat to Montreal, the veteran QB has thrown for 10 touchdowns and just one pick in his last three starts.
Ray and his Argos are fresh off what must have been a satisfying 42-26 win over his former club, the Edmonton Eskimos, in the CFL East semi.
So we have two clubs with more than capable men under centre, looking for a trip to the 100th Grey Cup and we want to know from you: who will win the CFL East final?with files from The Canadian Press