Author Archives: Darren McEwen

Author Archives: Darren McEwen

Alberta Women and British Columbia Men win Travelers gold

November 24, 2018

British Columbia captured back-to-back men’s titles while Alberta’s Morgan Muise won her first Travelers Curling Club Championship in three tries on Saturday at the Miramichi Curling Club in Miramichi, New Brunswick.

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Two Nova Scotia teams advance to Travelers gold medal games

November 23, 2018

Nova Scotia has never won a Travelers Curling Club Championship but on Saturday the province has a chance to capture two titles.

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Ontario women and men advance to Travelers semifinals

November 23, 2018

The field has been narrowed to eight teams at the 2018 Travelers Curling Club Championship. Teams from Ontario and Nova Scotia make up half of the field remaining in play at the Miramichi Curling Club.

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BC marches into Travelers Men’s Playoffs

November 22, 2018

Playoffs are set at the 2018 Travelers Curling Club Championship with British Columbia leading the way on the men’s side and with a perfect 6-0 round robin record.

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Nova Scotia rises to top of Women’s Travelers leaderboard

November 22, 2018

Nova Scotia faced a crucial test at the Travelers Curling Club Championship in the women’s division and the team from Lower Sackville lived up to the challenge.

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Travelers reunites teammates and helps link former opponents

November 21, 2018

In the month leading up to the 2018 Travelers Curling Club Championship, Nova Scotia’s Travis Stone received a text message from a former junior teammate of his that promised an on-ice reunion.

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NT women hand AB first loss; stay perfect at Travelers

November 21, 2018

Sarah Stroeder did not expect to be cruising through the Travelers Curling Club Championship with a perfect 3-0 record at this point of the week. The Yellowknife skip downed Alberta’s Morgan Muise in an extra end to hand the 2016 Travelers Championship silver medalists their first loss of the event. The loss knocked the Calgary Curling Club team to 3-1 in the standings.

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Manitoba foursome’s sights set on Travelers success

November 20, 2018

Winnipeg’s Andrew Wickman had two things on his mind when he formed his curling team two and a half years ago. The skip wanted to take a run at winning a Travelers Curling Club Championship and he wanted to achieve that with three people he could call friends.

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Muise hopes to end Alberta drought at Travelers Championship

November 20, 2018

It’s been eight years since Alberta last captured the women’s Travelers Curling Club Championship. Morgan Muise and her Calgary Curling Club foursome hope to end that drought this week in Miramichi, N.B. They’re off to the start they need to improve on their 2016 silver medal finish. Muise, third Lyndsay Allen, second Sarah Evans and lead Sara Gartner remain undefeated after downing Saskatchewan 5-3 on Tuesday morning. “Morgan made some great shots so we didn’t give up too many in that sixth end,” said Gartner, crediting her skip’s clutch shot-making for their second victory of the championship,

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Manitoba wins record fourth women’s Travelers; BC men capture first title

November 25, 2017

Manitoba won a record fourth women’s title at the Travelers Curling Club Championship on Saturday while British Columbia’s men’s team won that province’s first-ever curling club championship – both in dominant fashion.

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Top teams advance to Travelers gold medal games

November 24, 2017

They were the top teams all week, finishing first place in each of their respective pools, and now four of the best men’s and women’s club curling teams will play for gold at the 2017 Travelers Curling Club Championship.

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Travelers veterans advance to playoffs

November 23, 2017

Nanette Dupont is back at her third Travelers Curling Club Championship and she’s banking on experience to get her through the playoffs. The Alberta skip and her team are directly through to the semifinal of the championship (Friday at 6:30 p.m. ET) after securing first place in Pool B with a 5-1 record in Kingston.

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Newfoundland and Labrador steals crucial win at Travelers

November 23, 2017

Ahead of the start of the 2017 Travelers Curling Club Championship Andrew Symonds wanted to be playing meaningful games on Thursday.  The Newfoundland and Labrador skip was in the thick of things on Thursday morning at the Cataraqui Golf and Country Club.

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Ontario savouring home ice at Travelers Championship

November 22, 2017

Ontario women’s and men’s teams continue their impressive home-province run at the 2017 Travelers Curling Club Championship in Kingston. Skip Jodi McCutcheon and second Kelly Williamson have been in this position before, going undefeated through the same event six years ago before losing the final against Manitoba in Richmond, B.C.

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Travelers Championship off to a Hip start in Kingston

November 21, 2017

Two members of the Tragically Hip helped kick off the 2017 Travelers Curling Club Championship in Kingston while sharing something in common with each of the 112 participants – they’re all club-level curlers. Gord Sinclair and Paul Langlois opened the ninth annual event, hosted this year at the Cataraqui Golf and Country Club, by throwing the ceremonial opening rock. Sinclair and Langlois curl once a week in Kingston in a club league.

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