Tag Archives: Northwest Territories (page 2)

Tag Archives: Northwest Territories

Newfoundland/Labrador sailing along at Tim Hortons Brier

March 8, 2016

If you were looking for a sign of where Brad Gushue’s Newfoundland/Labrador team is at in terms of dealing with stress at the 2016 Tim Hortons Brier, it could be found on Monday afternoon at TD Place.

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Northern Ontario beats Team Canada to remain a perfect 4-0 at Tim Hortons Brier

March 7, 2016

OTTAWA – There are turning points in games – both on the scoreboard and in the minds of players – and for Brad Jacobs and his still unbeaten Northern Ontario teammates, that came early Monday evening against Pat Simmons and Team Canada.

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P.E.I. knocks Team Canada from unbeaten ranks at Tim Hortons Brier

March 7, 2016

OTTAWA – Adam Casey of P.E.I. tapped back a Team Canada counter with his final stone to score two in the 10th end and upset unbeaten Pat Simmons of Calgary 6-4 Monday at the Tim Hortons Brier.

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Ménard gets first Tim Hortons Brier win in front of friendly fans

March 6, 2016

OTTAWA — Jean-Michel Ménard of Quebec cracked open a tight game with three in the ninth end Sunday to get past Adam Casey of Prince Edward Island for his first win at the Tim Hortons Brier.

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Saskatchewan, Alberta get vital wins at Tim Hortons Brier

March 6, 2016

OTTAWA – Steve Laycock of Saskatchewan kept himself in the thick of the chase Sunday afternoon with a vital 8-4 win over Jim Cotter of B.C. at the Tim Hortons Brier.

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Team Canada improves to 2-0 at Tim Hortons Brier

March 6, 2016

It’s hardly breaking news that the 2016 Tim Hortons Brier features the most talented array of teams in the rich history of the Canadian men’s curling championship.

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Northern Ontario gets extra-end win over Saskatchewan

March 5, 2016

OTTAWA – Steve Laycock of Saskatchewan came up short with his last-rock draw in the 11th end Saturday, allowing Brad Jacobs of Northern Ontario to take a 6-5 win without having to throw his final stone.

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Veteran Gushue spoils McEwen’s debut at Tim Hortons Brier

March 5, 2016

OTTAWA – Veteran Brad Gushue spoiled Mike McEwen’s debut in the Tim Hortons Brier Saturday, making a last-rock hit-and-stick in the 11th end for a 5-4 victory in the event’s opening draw.

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Nova Scotia-NWT rematch Saturday for a berth in Tim Hortons Brier

March 4, 2016

OTTAWA – It will be a rematch between James Murphy of Nova Scotia and Jamie Koe of Northwest Territories Saturday to determine which team advances into the main draw of the Tim Hortons Brier.

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Tough Tim Hortons Brier debut for Wade Kingdon and Nunavut

March 4, 2016

OTTAWA – It was not the start that Wade Kingdon and his Nunavut team had hoped for in their territory’s debut Thursday at the Tim Horton Brier.

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Territories still perfect at Scotties pre-qualifying

February 19, 2016

Kerry Galusha needed a pep talk at the end of last season, and John Epping delivered when she needed it most.

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Nunavut earns historic first victory at Scotties

February 19, 2016

First there were nerves, followed by relief and then tears of joy Thursday evening when Nunavut made its successful debut at the Scotties Tournament of Hearts.

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Saskatchewan keeps Tim Hortons Brier playoff hopes alive

March 5, 2015

Steve Laycock’s last-rock double takeout gave Saskatchewan a vital 6-5 win Thursday over Kevin Koe to virtually eliminate the defending champion skip at the Tim Hortons Brier, presented by SecurTek Monitoring Solutions.

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Gushue knocks off Jacobs in Tim Hortons Brier showdown

March 5, 2015

It was a morning of the heavyweights at the Tim Hortons Brier, presented by SecurTek Monitoring Solutions, with Newfoundland-Labrador and Team Canada emerging the big winners.

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Familiar names atop the standings at Tim Hortons Brier

March 4, 2015

There are four familiar names atop the leaderboard after Wednesday’s 11th draw at the Tim Hortons Brier, presented by SecurTek Monitoring Solutions – Brad Jacobs, Brad Gushue, Jean-Michel Ménard and John Morris.

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