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Alberta continues to apply Brier pressure

Alberta’s curling champs are beginning to look as solid as rent. Kevin Koe’s Calgary Glencoe unit won its sixth straight on Tuesday morning

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Brothers Koe upstage Howard’s record-tying effort

The Koe brothers gave it their best shot to upstage Glenn Howard’s record-tying Brier appearance at the Credit Union Centre on Monday night. Alberta’s Kevin Koe directed his fifth straight victory without a defeat

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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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Polars prove to be Ontario-killers at Brier

A pair of surprises on the Tim Hortons Brier late shift on Sunday night left only one contender — Alberta’s Kevin Koe-skipped aggregation — undefeated heading into the next four days of round-robin skirmishes.

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Nova Scotians win third straight at Brier

The wins continued to pile up for unsung Nova Scotia at the Tim Hortons Brier on Sunday morning. Jamie Murphy and his rookie team from the CFB Halifax vaulted into a 5-2 lead at the half

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Bluenosers escape Brier gate with two wins

They may not sustain it for the week — not with co-favourites Kevin Koe and Glenn Howard breathing down their necks — but the rookie Nova Scotians skipped by Jamie Murphy experienced a first Tim Hortons Brier day to remember on Saturday at the Credit Union Centre.

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Brier Bound: Alberta

Kevin Koe and his Glencoe Curling Club team of Pat Simmons, Carter Rycroft and Nolan Thiessen are Brier bound after winning the 2012 Boston Pizza Cup, which is emblematic of Alberta men’s curling supremacy.

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Brier Bound: Teams set for the 2012 Tim Hortons Brier

Let’s face it, curling is a world-wide phenomena. But, nowhere is it more of an addiction than here in Canada, where fans of the Roarin’ Game can get slap-happy in anticipation of our national championships; where the best of the best from across this curl-crazy land come together to compete for supreme bragging rights.

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Featured Curling Athlete: Carter Rycroft

Carter Rycroft has never been one to seek the curling spotlight, but it always seems to find him because ever since he finished his junior career, he’s played on some of the best curling teams on the planet.

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Brier Bound: Prairies Update

Who’s bound for the 2012 Tim Hortons Brier? The journey continues with an update from the Prairies.

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2011 Capital One Canada Cup of Curling – Draw 5 Media Scrum

Kevin Koe, Rachel Homan and Chelsea Carey chat with media about their wins and losses following Draw 5.

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Capital One Canada Cup begins Wednesday in Cranbrook

The Canadian Curling Association’s Season of Champions officially gets underway with the Capital One Canada Cup of Curling, November 30-December 4 at the Recreation Complex in Cranbrook, British Columbia.

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Thinking Time: A new rule gets a look at the Canada Cup of Curling

Around 20 years ago, former Canadian women’s curling champion Patti Wuthrich (back then, she was Patti Vande) was trying to get her head around a problem.

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The Battle’s Underway to Wear Green in Saskatoon

The 2012 Tim Hortons Brier will be contested March 3 – 11 in Saskatoon’s Credit Union Centre…. that much we know for sure.  But the question of who will be curling in home-province colours is still to be decided.

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Featured Curling Athlete: Pat Simmons

Alberta is filled with former Saskatchewan residents who’ve headed west in search of opportunities, so Pat Simmons fits right in as the first-year vice-skip for Kevin Koe’s curling team.

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