Tag Archives: Saskatchewan

Tag Archives: Saskatchewan

Saskatchewan hoping to step higher on medal podium at 2016 Canadian Juniors

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January 25, 2016

STRATFORD, Ont. —  Jake (The Snake) Hersikorn has watched the TSN broadcast of his dramatic junior men’s semifinal win over New Brunswick at the 2015 Canadian Juniors a number of times.

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Curling world mourns passing of Sam Richardson

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January 21, 2016

His life in curling went beyond merely throwing a rock or sweeping it. Sam (Garnet) Richardson, who died on Thursday in his hometown of Regina at the age of 82 after a lengthy illness, preached the gospel of curling wherever he went after his competitive career was done, and become a much-sought-after (and willing) banquet speaker.

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Alberta, Saskatchewan to play for gold in Toronto

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November 14, 2015

The two winningest provinces in the event’s history will do battle today at 4 p.m. Eastern in the final of the 2016 Canadian Mixed Curling Championship.

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Saskatchewan claims Tim Hortons Brier bronze

2015, Calgary Ab, Tim Hortons Brier, Saskatchewan skip Steve Laycock, Curling Canada/michael burns photo
March 8, 2015

Steve Laycock of Saskatchewan stole two in an extra end Sunday to beat Brad Gushue of Newfoundland-Labrador 7-5 in the bronze medal game at the Tim Hortons Brier, presented by SecurTek Monitoring Solutions.

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Team Canada advances to Tim Hortons Brier semifinal

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March 7, 2015

Pat Simmons and Team Canada scored one in the 11th end Saturday to get past Steve Laycock of Saskatchewan 8-7 and advance to the semifinal of the Tim Hortons Brier, presented by SecurTek Monitoring Solutions.

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Northern Ontario headed to Tim Hortons Brier final

2015, Calgary Ab, Tim Hortons Brier, Northern Ontario skip Brad Jacobs, Curling Canada/michael burns photo
March 7, 2015

Brad Jacobs of Northern Ontario saw an opportunity in the fifth end so he took it, scored three and went on to defeat Brad Gushue of Newfoundland-Labrador 7-5 in the Page playoff 1-2 game Friday at the Tim Hortons Brier, presented by SecurTek Monitoring Solutions.

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Saskatchewan nails down final playoff berth at Tim Hortons Brier

2015, Calgary Ab, Tim Hortons Brier, Saskatchewan skip Steve Laycock, third Kirk Muyres, second Colton Flasch, lead Dallan Muyres, Curling Canada/michael burns photo
March 6, 2015

Steve Laycock of Saskatchewan defeated Jim Cotter of B.C. 4-2 Friday morning to claim the final playoff spot at the Tim Hortons Brier, presented by SecurTek Monitoring Solutions.

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Kevin wins Tim Hortons Brier battle of Koes

2015, Calgary Ab, Tim Hortons Brier, Alberta skip Kevin Koe, third Marc Kennedy, lead Ben Hebert, Curling Canada/michael burns phot
March 5, 2015

They shook hands before and after the game and had a brief chat in the third end but otherwise the two Koe brothers fought tooth-and-nail Wednesday evening, both desperately needing a win – albeit for different reasons – at the Tim Hortons Brier, presented by SecurTek Monitoring Solutions.

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Gushue delivers stunning Tim Hortons Brier game-winner

2015, Calgary Ab, Tim Hortons Brier, N.L. skip Brad Gushue, Curling Canada/michael burns photo
March 4, 2015

Brad Gushue nearly jumped out of his shoes after a spectacular final shot he called his best ever gave his Newfoundland-Labrador team a heart-stopping 8-7 victory over Alberta Wednesday at the Tim Hortons Brier, presented by SecurTek Monitoring Solutions.

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Team Canada triumphs in Tim Hortons Brier Battle of Alberta

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March 4, 2015

The highly anticipated historical Battle of Alberta between Team Canada and Alberta turned out to be an intense game of cat and mouse between two rival teams that refused to give an inch Tuesday at the Tim Hortons Brier, presented by SecurTek Monitoring Solutions.

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B.C. survives another Tim Hortons Brier nailbiter

2015, Calgary Ab, Tim Hortons Brier, B.C. skip Jim Cotter, Ontario skip Mark Kean, Curling Canada/michael burns photo
March 3, 2015

Jim Cotter and his B.C. team have played their share of tight games so they weren’t fazed by another one Tuesday morning, hanging tough until they got the break they wanted in the ninth end to score four and beat Mark Kean of Ontario 8-3 in Draw 8 of the Tim Hortons Brier, presented by SecurTek Monitoring Solutions.

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Northern Ontario remains perfect at Tim Hortons Brier

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March 3, 2015

Brad Jacobs and his Northern Ontario Olympic champions continued to roll along at the Tim Hortons Brier, presented by SecurTek Monitoring Solutions, posting two victories Monday to stand alone atop the standings at 5-0, the only unbeaten team.

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Healthy Koe lifts Team Alberta to Brier win column

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March 2, 2015

Kevin Koe shook off a case of suspected food poisoning to lead Alberta to a critical 7-3 victory over Mark Kean of Ontario Sunday in the fifth draw of the 2015 Tim Hortons Brier, presented by SecurTek Monitoring Solutions.

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B.C. knocks off home-ice Albertans at Tim Hortons Brier

2015, Calgary Ab, Tim Hortons Brier, B.C. skip Jim Cotter, Curling Canada/michael burns photo
March 1, 2015

For several agonizing seconds Jim Cotter and his B.C. team watched helplessly as their potential game-winning rock slid ever so closely to the edge of the house before finally stopping to give them an 8-7 extra-end win over Kevin Koe of Alberta in the evening draw Saturday at the 2015 Tim Hortons Brier, presented by SecurTek Monitoring Solutions.

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P.E.I. captures prequalifying final at Tim Hortons Brier

2015, Calgary Ab, Tim Hortons Brier, Team P.E.I. skip Adam Casey, Curling Canada/michael burns photo
February 28, 2015

Prince Edward Island is moving on while the Yukon is going home.

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