December 11, 2018

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.

Perhaps…

    • TCN Top 15 Men’s
    • Updated November 30, 2018
    • 1
    • Kevin Koe (Calgary)

      Looking good while not fully gelled

    • 2
    • Bruce Mouat (Scotland)

      Huge victory at ECC in Tallinn

    • 3
    • Niklas Edin (Sweden)

      Undefeated at Euros until the final

    • 4
    • Brad Gushue (St. John’s)

      Still rolling along

    • 5
    • John Epping (Toronto)

      Interesting up-and-down season

    • 6
    • Brendan Bottcher (Edmonton)

      We like this team

    • 7
    • Matt Dunstone (Regina)

      Dunny is money

    • 8
    • Brad Jacobs (Sault Ste. Marie)

      Dealing with the mayhem

    • 9
    • Peter de Cruz (Switzerland)

      Poor start bit them at Euros

    • 10
    • Reid Carruthers (Winnipeg)

      Retooling the lineup

    • 11
    • Glenn Howard (Toronto)

      Iron Man of curling cashing in

    • 12
    • John Shuster (USA)

      All eyes still on Olympic champs

    • 13
    • Thomas Ulsrud (Norway)

      Colourful pants

    • 14
    • Steffen Walstad (Norway)

      Very plain pants

    • 15
    • Glen Muirhead (Scotland)

      Big win in B.C.

    • TCN Top 15 Women’s
    • Updated November 30, 2018
    • 1
    • Anna Hasselborg (Sweden)

      Two Slam wins, Euro champion

    • 2
    • Rachel Homan (Ottawa)

      Assembling a solid season

    • 3
    • Silvana Tirinzoni (Switzerland)

      Good run to silver in Estonia

    • 4
    • Jennifer Jones (Winnipeg)

      So far so good

    • 5
    • Alina Kovaleva (Russia)

      Fourth place at Euros

    • 6
    • Kerri Einarson (Winnipeg)

      Seeking a good Estevan Slam result

    • 7
    • Sayaka Yoshimura (Japan)

      Heck of a start to the season

    • 8
    • Casey Scheidegger (Lethbridge)

      Claiming their share of wins

    • 9
    • Minji Kim (Korea)

      New Pacific-Asia champions

    • 10
    • Ursi Hegner (Switzerland)

      Cashing cheques

    • 11
    • Tracy Fleury (Winnipeg)

      Fleury Hard!

    • 12
    • Satsuki Fujisawa (Japan)

      Smile Girls place second at PACC

    • 13
    • Chelsea Carey (Calgary)

      Good season, down a regular

    • 14
    • Isabella Wrana (Sweden)

      Fine young squad

    • 15
    • Elena Stern (Switzerland)

      There’s a Huerlimann at third

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