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Defending champs are back at the Brier

Provincial play in Ontario, on the road to the 2013 Tim Hortons Brier, finished up Feb. 10 and the results were as most expected, with a pair of veteran teams returning to the Canadian Men’s Curling Championship.

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The field’s almost full for the Brier

After a dramatic day of provincial play across the country Feb. 10, only one spot is open for the 2013 Tim Hortons Brier – the Canadian Men’s Curling Championship – March 2-10 in Edmonton’s Rexall Place.

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Road to the Brier – East Update

Competitive curling gets down to serious business in Atlantic Canada at the end of the month with the start of playdowns to fill out the field for the 2013 Tim Hortons Brier, March 2-10 in Edmonton’s Rexall Place.

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Tie-breakers looming

With only one draw remaining, Cathy Overton-Clapham and Kevin Koe handed Stefanie Lawton and Mike McEwen their first losses of the 2012 Capital One Canada Cup of Curling.

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Undefeated teams keep momentum rolling

Undefeated teams Mike McEwen and Stefanie Lawton won in extra ends to keep the momentum rolling on the second day of round robin play at the 2012 Capital One Canada Cup of Curling in Moose Jaw.

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Lawton Notches Another Win

After a big 10-4 win this morning over Sherry Middaugh, Stefanie Lawton notched another one against 2012 Scotties Tournament of Hearts winner Heather Nedohin. Tied 1-1 after four ends, Lawton applied the pressure in five.  Nedohin came up short on her draw on the last rock of the end, and Lawton scored 4 to take a 5-1 lead into the break – and give the hometown Saskatchewan fans something to cheer about.

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Atlantic Canada’s “Golden Boy” Heading to Capital One Canada Cup of Curling

In a star-studded field that will take to the ice in Moose Jaw’s Mosaic Place November 28-December 2 for the 2012 Capital One Canada Cup of Curling, only two skips share the Olympic gold medal experience.

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Stoughton Focused on First Capital One Canada Cup Title

In a curling career that is unquestionably the envy of the majority of serious competitors in the game there are at least two championships Jeff Stoughton would still love to add to his resume.

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Moose Jaw Set to Host Canada’s Best Curling

The seven top-ranked men’s teams on the country’s competitive curling scene will be in Moose Jaw November 28-December 2 for the 2012 Capital One Canada Cup – the opening event of the new Season of Champions schedule.

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Polars control tie-breaker fate

The playoff scenario at the Saskatoon Tim Hortons Brier sorted itself out Thursday afternoon – mostly. As a result of the on-ice action, Territorial skip Jamie Koe controls his destiny and that of the field tonight when he takes on Jim Cotter (4-6) of B.C.

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Alberta’s Koe wins battle of brothers

It was brother vs. brother at the Credit Union Centre on Wednesday morning but the result didn’t live up to the hype. Alberta’s Kevin Koe survived a couple of tough opening ends against Jamie Koe’s Territories team

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Polar pandemonium in Saskatoon

The whipping winter winds of a Saskatoon Tuesday reminded Brier faithful that it’s a case of Polar pandemonium going on here.

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Koe cruises to 4-0

An Alberta clipper continues to roll through the Credit Union Centre in Saskatoon at the Tim Hortons Brier, Canadian Men’s Curling Championship. Kevin Koe not only jumped his record to 4-0 on Monday afternoon, he did it in short order, beating Mike Gaudet’s P.E.I. crew 8-2 in eight ends.

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On the rocks at 0-3

It’s definitely not the start Brad Gushue was looking for. The Newfoundlanders are staring at a 0-3 record after letting one get away to the still-perfect Ontario crew of Glenn Howard.

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Brier Bound: Newfoundland and Labrador Update

Brad Gushue went undefeated in capturing the 2012 Newfoundland and Labrador Tankard in playdowns which ran from February 8 – 11 at the Carol Curling Club in Labrador City.

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