The Calgary Stampeders are set to make history again this year with the hiring of a CFL coach.
The Stamps announced on Monday that they have hired Paul Lapointe as the head coach of the Stamps CFL team.
Lapointe will be the second Canadian head coach to have a CFL coaching job this year.
In 2014, Edmonton Eskimos head coach Scott Milanovich took over the helm of the Edmonton Eskims.
Milanovich also had stints as the Winnipeg Blue Bombers head coach, Saskatchewan Roughriders head coach and the Saskatchewan Roughrider head coach.
Montreal Impact head coach Paul Dalglish was hired in 2015 and has had a successful run as the Montreal Impact head man.
The Impact has had one of the league’s most storied and successful eras since he took over.
The Montreal Impact has won two Grey Cups and the 2017 Canadian Championship, with the team having a total of nine Canadian titles.
Montréal has won four consecutive Grey Cups.
It has also made the playoffs in four of the past five seasons.