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Sandra Schmirler Most Valuable Player Award

At every Scott Tournament of Hearts, beginning in 1997, a player is selected by the media for her outstanding play during the playoff round.

In 2001, this Award was named The Sandra Schmirler Award in honour of the great Saskatchewan skip who won three Canadian and World titles as well as gold at the Olympics in Nagano, Japan. Sandra’s life was cut short in March, 2000 when she lost a courageous battle with cancer at the age of 36.

Past Winners of the Sandra Schmirler MVP Award

  • 2011 – Amber Holland, Saskatchewan
  • 2010 – Erin Carmody, Prince Edward Island
  • 2009 – Jennifer Jones, Team Canada
  • 2008 – Cathy Overton-Clapham, Manitoba
  • 2007 – Kelly Scott, Team Canada
  • 2006 – Kelly Scott, British Columbia
  • 2005 – Jenn Hanna, Ontario
  • 2004 – Colleen Jones, Team Canada
  • 2003 – Colleen Jones, Team Canada
  • 2002 – Colleen Jones, Team Canada
  • 2001 – Nancy Delahunt, Nova Scotia
  • 2000 – Julie Skinner, British Columbia
  • 1999 – Kim Kelly, Nova Scotia
  • 1998 – Brenda Bohmer, Alberta
  • 1997 – Marcia Gudereit, Saskatchewan

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