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Nova Scotia Still Undefeated; Québec Alone In Second

Nova Scotia’s Colleen Pinkney is one more win away from a guaranteed playoff spot following a win over Saskatchewan’s Cathy Inglis at the 2013 Canadian Senior Women’s Curling Championship at the Silver Fox Curling & Yacht Club in Summerside, PEI.

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Ontario and New Brunswick at 3-0

Ottawa’s Howard Rajala has joined former Ottawan Wayne Tallon of New Brunswick at the top of the leaderboard at the 2013 Canadian Senior Men’s Curling Championship at the Silver Fox Curling & Yacht Club in Summerside, PEI.

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Two In A Row for New Brunswick, Nova Scotia & Ontario

Wayne Tallon and his Capital Winter Club of Fredericton foursome posted their second consecutive win with a 7-4 victory over hometown favourite Rod MacDonald at the 2013 Canadian Senior Men’s Curling Championship at the Silver Fox Curling & Yacht Club in Summerside, PEI.

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Atlantic Canada Sweep at Canadian Seniors

Atlantic Canada’s representatives in the men’s section of the Canadian Senior Curling Championships swept their opponent’s in opening round action in Summerside, PEI.

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Bluenosers claim Scotties bronze medal

This is one to remember . . . down the road at the Scotties Tournament Of Hearts. It’ll be a trivia question soon enough: Name the first provincial champion ever to win a bronze-medal playoff match at the Scotties.

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Ontario’s Homan advances to Scotties semi

For the two skips facing off in today’s Page Three-Four playoff at the Scotties Tournament Of Hearts, clear trends emerged through round-robin play: Ontario’s Rachel Homan could call on up big weight any time, and Nova Scotia’s Heather Smith-Dacey could make key draws at will.

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Team Canada One Victory Shy Of A Fourth Straight Title

One win. Just one win. Defending champion Jennifer Jones of Winnipeg needs one more win for her fourth straight Scotties Tournament Of Hearts skipping title, tying the legendary Colleen Jones of Halifax.

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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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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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Bluenosers harpoon Saskatchewan win streak

Nova Scotia’s Heather Smith-Dacey put an end to Saskatchewan’s undefeated skein at the Scotties Tournament Of Hearts on Wednesday afternoon.

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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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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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