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Devereaux Books a Trip to the Scotties

The battle at the Bally Haly Golf and Curling Club in St. John’s came to a close January 20 when Newfoundland/Labrador declared its representatives for the 2013 Scotties Tournament of Hearts – the Canadian Women’s Curling Championship – February 16-24 in Kingston.

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Team Canada Starts the Season at the Canada Cup

The first Season of Champions event of the year marked a disappointing start for the reigning Team Canada as the Amber Holland crew finished out of the playoffs at the 2011 Capital One Canada Cup of Curling last week in Cranbrook.

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The Best of the Best are Ready to Rock Cranbrook

The 2011 Capital One Canada Cup of Curling comes to the Cranbrook Rec Plex November 30 – December 4 and this year curling fans can look forward to a revitalized format that promises one of the finest fields of the entire season.

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Get Maximum Excitement with the New Mini Pack!

The 2011 Capital One Canada Cup of Curling is coming to the Kootenays November 30 – December 4 in the Cranbrook Rec Plex.  And the new mini pack ticket offer gives fans the chance to be there when the action hits its peak!

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The Stage is Set for a Saskatchewan Replay

The 2011 Saskatchewan Scotties Tournament of Hearts final came down to a matchup between Amber Holland and Stefanie Lawton… of course, it was Holland who moved on to the national women’s championship in Charlottetown.

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Jones Looking for the Taste of a Second Cup

Jennifer Jones stepped on the ice for the championship game at last year’s Scotties Tournament of Hearts with visions of joining Nova Scotia’s Colleen Jones as the only skips to win four consecutive titles.

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Holland Suits Up for Team North America

Amber Holland faced a formidable challenge in the final of the 2011 Scotties Tournament of Hearts last February in Charlottetown, going up against Team Canada’s Jennifer Jones in her shot at a fourth consecutive title.

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Can Kleibrink Set a New Canada Cup Standard?

Shannon Kleibrink has the honour of skipping the first women’s team to a pair of Canada Cup championships and she’s coming to the Cranbrook Rec Plex with her sights set on number three.

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The Home Team is Set to Defend the Title

After a convincing victory at the 2011 World Financial Group Continental Cup of Curling, Team North America slides into Langley with another impressive lineup featuring the hottest names in the game.

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Rising Stars Set to Shine in 2011 Canada Cup

The 2010-2011 season was a memorable one for Chelsea Carey as her team played their way to the upper ranks of the women’s competitive curling circuit.

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Bluenosers claim Scotties bronze medal

This is one to remember . . . down the road at the Scotties Tournament Of Hearts. It’ll be a trivia question soon enough: Name the first provincial champion ever to win a bronze-medal playoff match at the Scotties.

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HeartChart Daily Newspaper Online – Feb. 27th Edition

Check out today’s HeartChart daily newspaper from the 2011 Scotties Tournament of Hearts with stories, athlete profiles and interviews you’re sure to enjoy!

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Ontario’s Homan advances to Scotties semi

For the two skips facing off in today’s Page Three-Four playoff at the Scotties Tournament Of Hearts, clear trends emerged through round-robin play: Ontario’s Rachel Homan could call on up big weight any time, and Nova Scotia’s Heather Smith-Dacey could make key draws at will.

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HeartChart Daily Newspaper Online – Feb. 26th Edition

Check out today’s HeartChart daily newspaper from the 2011 Scotties Tournament of Hearts with stories, athlete profiles and interviews you’re sure to enjoy!

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Team Canada One Victory Shy Of A Fourth Straight Title

One win. Just one win. Defending champion Jennifer Jones of Winnipeg needs one more win for her fourth straight Scotties Tournament Of Hearts skipping title, tying the legendary Colleen Jones of Halifax.

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