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Page Playoff 1v2 Media Scrum Video Interviews

Enjoy video of the post-draw interviews with Amber Holland and Jennifer Jones.

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Nova Scotia, Ontario in Page Three-Four playoff

It was over early for two-time Scotties champion Kelly Scott and her Kelowna mates in Friday’s tiebreaker, even though they battled down to the last gasp and forced Heather-Smith Dacey of Nova Scotia to throw her last rock to ensure a 9-8 victory.

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HeartChart Daily Newspaper Online – Feb. 25 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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Five remain in hunt for Scotties tiara

And then, suddenly, there were five —­ one over the minimum number of teams scheduled to survive the Scotties Tournament Of Hearts preliminaries which wrapped up Thursday night at the Civic Centre.

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Nova Scotia beaten, but not bowed

Defending champion Jennifer Jones of Winnipeg cracked open a tight game with three in the fifth end and rolled to a 9-4 victory over Heather Smith-Dacey of Nova Scotia Thursday afternoon in a Scotties Tournament Of Hearts matchup that wasn’t fatal to either team.

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Draw 16 Media Scrum Video Interviews

Enjoy video of the post-draw interviews with Jennifer Jones and Heather Smith-Dacey.

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One-on-One with Fred Koe of Team Northwest Territories/Yukon

Stu Brown, Emcee of the 2011 Scotties Tournament of Hearts, interviews Fred Koe, coach for Team Northwest Territories/Yukon

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Saskatchewan keeps rolling, Jones kayoes Ontario

Wednesday morning at the Civic Centre in Charlottetown started off with two trends which continue moving in the same direction. Amber Holland’s stealthy Saskatchewan squad continued to look unbeatable, running their record to a tidy 8-0 with a seven-end 10-2 win

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Saskatchewan runs Scotties streak to seven wins

The slender blonde skip and her Regina-area team staunchly remained the only undefeated skip in the Scotties Tournament Of Hearts on Tuesday night.

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Saskatchewan alone in front at the 2011 Scotties

Saskatchewan’s Amber Holland remained the only undefeated skip in the Scotties Tournament Of Hearts on Tuesday afternoon. Holland skipped her Kronau team of third Kim Schneider, second Tammy Schneider and lead Heather Kalenchuk, to an 8-5 victory

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Jones rebounds by hammering B.C.

Team Canada skip Jennifer Jones says her team never sets a goal coming into a competition in terms of wins and losses, but she did say they do aim at avoiding back-to-back losses.

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Scotties leaders advance; Jones beaten by Islanders

The gap widened Monday night as unbeaten Ontario and Saskatchewan assumed a two-game bulge on the remainder of the field at the Scotties Tournament Of Hearts.

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Jones returns to winning ways

Defending champion Jennifer Jones of Winnipeg stuck to the coat-tails of the leaders at the Scotties Tournament Of Hearts late Monday afternoon, fashioning a 9-3 victory over Andrea Kelly of New Brunswick that was keyed by three points in the first two ends.

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HeartChart Daily Newspaper Online – Feb. 21 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, Saskatchewan Set Scotties Pace

A matter of 13 months ago, Rachel Homan was skipping her Ottawa team to a 13-0 record at the Canadian junior women’s curling championship. On Sunday night at the Civic Centre, the 21-year-old Homan gave an indication she’s aiming for a repeat in decidedly different company

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