March 23, 2019

The Curling News Top 15

top15The Curling News Top 15 is a frequent ranking of the best curling team performances as they occurred around the world, for both men and women, and utilizes savvy curling knowledge, complex mathematical theorems, and plain old subjectivity.

Read the comments under each team name for hints and tips on our line of thinking; and if you disagree, or believe we’re missing a notable team performance entirely, send us a message via the contact page and we’ll consider your input.

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    • TCN Top 15 Men’s
    • Updated December 20, 2018
    • 1
    • Kevin Koe (Calgary)

      Looking good while not fully gelled

    • 2
    • Brad Jacobs (Sault Ste. Marie)

      Dealing with Red Deer fallout brilliantly, on and off the ice

    • 3
    • Bruce Mouat (Scotland)

      European champs also cashing in

    • 4
    • Niklas Edin (Sweden)

      Undefeated at Euros until the final

    • 5
    • Brad Gushue (St. John’s)

      Blue or grey pants?

    • 6
    • Brendan Bottcher (Edmonton)

      We like this team

    • 7
    • Ross Paterson (Scotland)

      ’At’s a fine young rink, innit?

    • 8
    • John Shuster (USA)

      Solid win at Curling World Cup Omaha

    • 9
    • John Epping (Toronto)

      Kind of all over the place

    • 10
    • Glenn Howard (Toronto)

      The Iron Man of curling

    • 11
    • Matt Dunstone (Regina)

      Dunny is money – er, yuan

    • 12
    • Glenn Muirhead (Scotland)

      More Scots stealing the cash

    • 13
    • Reid Carruthers (Winnipeg)

      Big in Japan

    • 14
    • Peter de Cruz (Switzerland)

      This is a real up and down season

    • 15
    • Steffen Walstad (Norway)

      Very plain pants

    • TCN Top 15 Women’s
    • Updated December 20, 2018
    • 1
    • Rachel Homan (Ottawa)

      PyeongChang ghosts laid to rest?

    • 2
    • Anna Hasselborg (Sweden)

      Two Slam wins, Euro champion

    • 3
    • Jennifer Jones (Winnipeg)

      Canada Cup champion

    • 4
    • Kerri Einarson (Winnipeg)

      This team is for real

    • 5
    • Satsuki Fujisawa (Japan)

      Smile Girls score big win in Omaha

    • 6
    • Alina Kovaleva (Russia)

      Fourth place at Euros

    • 7
    • Silvana Tirinzoni (Switzerland)

      Good run to silver in Estonia

    • 8
    • Sayaka Yoshimura (Japan)

      Heck of a start to the season

    • 9
    • Casey Scheidegger (Lethbridge)

      Claiming their share of wins

    • 10
    • Minji Kim (Korea)

      Pacific-Asia champions second in Omaha

    • 11
    • Ursi Hegner (Switzerland)

      Cashing cheques

    • 12
    • Tracy Fleury (Winnipeg)

      Fleury Hard!

    • 13
    • Chelsea Carey (Calgary)

      Good season, Rachelle’s back

    • 14
    • Laura Walker (Edmonton)

      New squad developing well

    • 15
    • Anna Sidorova (Russia)

      Big win in Karuizawa

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