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Volume 60 Issue 5: March 2017

  • YES B’Y: IT’S THE NEWFOUNDLAND BRIER

    Hall-of-fame columnist Terry Jones looks ahead to the Brier in St. John’s and gives his infamous predictions with odds
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  • MORE PUGNACIOUS PROGNOSTICATIONS

    Three-time champion Wayne Middaugh – with wife Sherry batting cleanup – makes a bold claim as to who will win the Brier
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  • PREPARING FOR THE NL BRIER

    Multiple nationals competitor Cathy Cunningham reveals all the excitement teeming on The Rock
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  • STOH IN ST. CATHARINES

    What really happened at the Canadian women’s championship, and why it matters
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  • MARCH CURLING TV/WEB GUIDE

    Only we have the most in-depth and accurate listings of every curling match you can watch on TV or the interweb
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  • CLUB CORNER: THE 60+ AGE DEMOGRAPHIC

    Mark Inglis with his latest must-read column aimed at the continued health and welfare of your curling facility – read and learn

  • GUESS WHICH UGLY ARGUMENT AIN’T GOING AWAY

    Warren Hansen recalls the infamous athlete cresting issue and why outstanding concerns need to be addressed
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  • 3,533 CURLING GAMES AND COUNTING

    Meet the man who has tracked every single curling game he’s ever played – and intends to make it to 5,000
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  • HOW JUNIOR CURLING GOT A SLAM SERIES

    The inside scoop on an eye-opening junior high-performance initiative
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  • BREAKING NEWS: WE HAVE CURLING’S BEST NEW STATISTIC

    Prepare yourself, curling world – wDF is here
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  • WORLD JUNIORS IN KOREA

    The official test event of the PyongChang 2018 Olympic Winter Games
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  • CURLERS: BRING YOUR EH! GAME

    This unabashedly “Canada and Curling” T-shirt is made for the nation’s 150th anniversary… and you simply must have it
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Updated February 1, 2017
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Still No. 1 with a broadsword. Skins up next.
2.Brad Gushue (St. John’s)
Off to the hometown Brier
3.Reid Carruthers (Winnipeg)
Cont Cup heroes top seeds in ’Toba
4Brad Jacobs (Sault Ste. Marie)
Back for more Skins n’ wings
5.Steve Laycock (Saskatoon)
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1.Anna Hasselborg (Sweden)
Tied for first in crazy women’s season
1.Eve Muirhead (Scotland)
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Tied for first in crazy women’s season
4.Jennifer Jones (Winnipeg)
Huge loss in buffalo semi
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