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With one draw to go, playoff picture clear as mud

Kevin Martin has secured himself at least a playoff tiebreaker game at the Canada Cup. Then again, the defending Olympic men’s curling champion has always preferred the direct route.

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Favourites jockey for playoff positions at Canada Cup

The Kleibrink train kept rolling, Glenn Howard clinched a playoff berth, and Randy Ferbey fell from the ranks of the unbeaten Friday morning as the favourites continued to jockey for position at the 2010 Canada Cup.

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Glenn Howard: No surrender

He’s a three-time world champion, a three-time Brier champion, and the only guy who has played in more Canadian men’s curling championships is his older brother, for whom he used to play.

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Gushue’s new gang: Shades of 2006

There’s been plenty of reaction to the curling marriage of Randy Ferbey and Brad Gushue. All of it tinted in varying shades of disbelief.

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The 3rd Issue of the Morning Cup

Here’s the third issue of The Morning Cup, the Canadian Curling Association-supported daily newspaper at the Canada Cup of Curling in Medicine Hat.

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Defending Canada Cup champions on a roll

Defending champions Shannon Kleibrink of Calgary and Kevin Martin of Edmonton maintained positions at the head of their respective divisions in the Canada Cup of Curling on Thursday.

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Lawton wins showdown with Jones while Koe, Ferbey stay perfect

Stefanie Lawton’s crew from the Granite Curling Club in Saskatoon continues to be rock-solid at the 2010 Canada Cup in Medicine Hat.

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The 2nd Issue of the Morning Cup

Here’s the second issue of The Morning Cup, the Canadian Curling Association-supported daily newspaper at the Canada Cup of Curling in Medicine Hat.

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Martin focuses on curling again

Olympic gold-medallist Kevin Martin and his teammates have been spending the autumn months acting as Olympic ambassadors while pursuing their granite-slinging careers.

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Four women’s teams unbeaten after Day One at Canada Cup

A pair of proven champs in the Canada Cup, women’s division, each racked up a pair of victories after Day One of the $150,000 curling event at the Medicine Hat Arena.

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