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A new name emerges from the north in Scotties qualifier

Sarah Koltun of Whitehorse will make her first appearance at the 2014 Scotties Tournament of Hearts

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The ice-covered road to the 2014 Scotties

Provincial playdowns are underway across the country to determine this year’s field at the 2014 Canadian women’s curling championship

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Big wins in the battle for playoff positions

After 13 draws at the 2013 Scotties Tournament of Hearts, Manitoba (7-0), Ontario (6-1), Canada (6-2) and Saskatchewan (5-3) hold the top four spots in the round robin standings. But the rest of the field – including New Brunswick and PEI (both sitting at 4-4) and B.C. (4-3) – is working its way up from below, and Thursday afternoon’s games provided an opportunity to keep the leaders in sight.

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Team Canada, Ontario and Manitoba stay on top after Draw 7

At the start of Draw 7, four undefeated teams sat at the top of the standings. When the rocks came to rest, there were only three, thanks to Suzanne Birt’s surging P.E.I. team, who earned a decisive 12-7 victory over Saskatchewan’s Jill Shumay in Monday night action at the K-Rock Centre in Kingston.

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Homan and Team Ontario still undefeated

Rachel Homan and her Ontario squad of Emma Miskew, Alison Kreviazuk and Lisa Weagle remain undefeated at the 2013 Scotties Tournament of Hearts after overpowering Kerry Galusha of the Northwest Territories/Yukon 9-2 in eight ends on Sunday afternoon at the K-Rock Centre in Kingston, Ont.

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Two Scotties veterans qualify for Kingston

There were no surprises coming out of the Manitoba or Northwest Territories/Yukon Scotties playdowns this year, as a pair of long-time contenders earned the right to compete in the 2013 Canadian Women’s Curling Championship.

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Scott’s Back in the Scotties for B.C.

When the top teams in women’s curling hit the ice February 16-24 in Kingston for the 2013 Scotties Tournament of Hearts, fans will see a familiar smiling face wearing British Columbia colours.

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Road to the Scotties – West Update

The second team to lock down a spot in the 2013 Scotties Tournament of Hearts was determined January 13 at the Fort Smith Curling Club in the Northwest Territories when Kerry Galusha played her way to another shot at the Canadian Women’s Curling Championship.

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Polars play giant-killer at Scotties

Six teams remained in contention for the Scotties Tournament of Hearts title on Thursday morning but defending champion Amber Holland of Kronau, Sask., was facing must-win situations tonight against Saskatchewan and in any future tiebreakers.

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Saskatchewan skip the Comeback Queen

With boisterous Saskatchewan fans roaring encouragement and blowing horns in the background, Regina’s Michelle Englot is quickly becoming known as the Comeback Queen at the Scotties Tournament Of Hearts.

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Kerry Galusha Wins Ford Hot Shots Competition

Kerry Galusha, skip of the Northwest Territories/Yukon team, will be driving a brand new Ford Titanium when she returns to Yellowknife. She won today’s Hot Shots commanding fashion, outpointing Newfoundland/Labrador skip Heather Strong 19-14 in the final matchup

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The Trip to the World’s Starts in Red Deer

The field is finally set for the 2012 Scotties Tournament of Hearts.  Now we’re one step closer to answering the big question… who will wear the maple leaf in Lethbridge March 17-25 at the 2012 Ford World Women’s Curling Championship?

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The Road to Red Deer: Northwest Territories/Yukon Update

Kerry Galusha successfully defended her title as Territorial champion by claiming the Northwest Territories women’s play downs at the Inuvik Curling Club over the weekend of January 12-15.

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The Road to Red Deer: West Update

The Road to Red Deer continues with an update from the West.

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Draw 7 Media Scrum Video Interviews

Enjoy video of the post-draw interviews with Jennifer Jones, Heather Smith-Dacey, Kerry Galusha and Cathy Overton-Clapham.

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