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A pair of perfect records on the road to the Scotties

One sure way to secure a berth in the 2013 Scotties Tournament of Hearts – the Canadian Women’s Curling Championship – is just roll through the provincial playdowns without losing a game.

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Road to the Scotties – Central Update

Team Ontario will have a short trip to the Canadian Women’s Curling Championship this year with Kingston playing host to the 2013 Scotties Tournament of Hearts, February 16-24 in the K-Rock Centre.

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Epping delivers Stoughton his first loss

John Epping gave notice that the playoffs are still in reach for teams in the pack, knocking off Jeff Stoughton 8-7 in Draw 7 action at the 2012 Capital One Canada Cup of Curling in Moose Jaw.

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Stoughton, McEwen and Lawton lead the way

Jeff Stoughton kept his undefeated record alive with a decisive 10-4 win over a struggling Kevin Martin, joining Mike McEwen at the top of the leaderboard after five draws at the 2012 Capital One Canada Cup of Curling.

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Undefeated teams keep momentum rolling

Undefeated teams Mike McEwen and Stefanie Lawton won in extra ends to keep the momentum rolling on the second day of round robin play at the 2012 Capital One Canada Cup of Curling in Moose Jaw.

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Lawton Notches Another Win

After a big 10-4 win this morning over Sherry Middaugh, Stefanie Lawton notched another one against 2012 Scotties Tournament of Hearts winner Heather Nedohin. Tied 1-1 after four ends, Lawton applied the pressure in five.  Nedohin came up short on her draw on the last rock of the end, and Lawton scored 4 to take a 5-1 lead into the break – and give the hometown Saskatchewan fans something to cheer about.

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Epic start for Epping in Moose Jaw

Ontario’s John Epping came out swinging against last year’s champion in Draw One of the 2012 Capital One Canada Cup of Curling which began this morning with eight teams in action.

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Inside Junior Curling: A Junior Coach’s Perspective – Sherrie Burechailo

A coach can make a big difference in a player’s development, especially when it comes to the young, impressionable generation. I have seen firsthand how good coaching has had a positive impact and I believe it’s important to acknowledge the vital role these dedicated individuals play with the young players.

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Middaugh Team Competes in Yichun, China

On November 3, the 2012 Yichun International Ladies Curling Competition gets underway in Yichun, China, and Canada’s Sherry Middaugh will be on the ice as one of eight women’s teams competing in the event.

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Lucky Seven Compete for Berth in Curling Trials

Last season’s top seven women’s teams have qualified for the right to play for the championship title at the 2012 Capital One Canada Cup of Curling November 28-December 2 in Moose Jaw.

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Giving Back: It’s a Big Part of Curling Culture

Twelve years ago, Winnipeg’s Eric Dawson and his friend Kevin Wiebe were thinking about doing something fun to spruce up the curling season in Winnipeg – something like, say, taking it outside and playing on the Assiniboine River.  But the idea remained just that – a vague idea – until 2000, when Dawson’s father-in-law passed away unexpectedly as the result of a heart attack.

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Capital One Rocks & Rings: Launched in 6 New Cities

Over the past few months the Capital One Rocks & Rings team has been very busy getting set up and started in 6 new cities in Ontario.

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The Road to Red Deer: Central Update

The Road to Red Deer continues with an update from Central Canada.

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Pebbles to Boulders: The Merklinger Twins

Anyone who curls in the Ottawa area or has some involvement with curling at the national level is familiar with the family name Merklinger. The Merklingers have been active in curling for what seems like forever.

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