Friday, March 24, 2017

2017 Everest Canadian Seniors Curling Championships - Playoffs are set


Men

Semifinals - Saturday March 25 - 8:30 am
#1 New Brunswick (Odishaw) plays Ontario (Rajala). The winner advances to the Gold Medal Game. The loser advances to the Bronze Medal Game.

#2 Alberta (White) plays Quebec (Maclean). The winner advances to the Gold Medal Game. The loser advances to the Bronze Medal Game.

Medal Games - Saturday March 25 -2:00 pm

Gold Medal Game
The winner of Semifinal #1 plays the winner of Semifinal #2.

Bronze Medal Game
The loser of Semifinal #1 plays the loser of Semifinal #2.


Women
Semifinals - Saturday March 25 - 8:30 am
#1 Alberta (King) plays Saskatchewan (Anderson). The winner advances to the Gold Medal Game. The loser advances to the Bronze Medal Game.

#2 British Columbia (Noble) plays Ontario (Rizzo). The winner advances to the Gold Medal Game. The loser advances to the Bronze Medal Game.

Medal Games - Saturday March 25 -2:00 pm

Gold Medal Game
The winner of Semifinal #1 plays the winner of Semifinal #2.

Bronze Medal Game
The loser of Semifinal #1 plays the loser of Semifinal #2.

The winners of the 2017 Everest Canadian Seniors will represent Canada at the 2018 Seniors World Championships.

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2017 Everest Canadian Seniors Curling Championships - Round Robin is complete


The round robin at the 2017 Everest Canadian Seniors Curling Championships is complete. Here are the final standings:

Men

Championship Pool Standings

Province
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W
L
 New Brunswick
Terry Odishaw
10
0
 Alberta
Wade White
7
3
 Quebec
Robert McLean
7
3
 Ontario
Howard Rajala
6
4
 Northern Ontario
Robbie Gordon
5
5
 Manitoba
Murray Warren
5
5
 Prince Edward Island
Phil Gorevatt
3
7
 Newfoundland and Labrador
Mark Noseworthy
3
7




Seeding Pool Standings
Province/Territory
Skip
W
L
 Saskatchewan
Darrell McKee
6
3
 Nova Scotia
Alan O'Leary
6
3
 British Columbia
Greg Lepine
4
5
 Yukon
Pat Paslawski
3
6
 Nunavut
Ed Sattelberger
2
7
 Northwest Territories
Mel Sittichinli
0
9

Women

Championship Pool Standings

Province
Skip
W
L
 Alberta
Cathy King
5
2
 British Columbia
Lynne Noble
5
2
 Ontario
Jo-Ann Rizzo
5
2
 Saskatchewan
Sherry Anderson
4
3
 Manitoba
Terry Ursel
3
4
 Northern Ontario
Peggy Taylor
3
4
 Nova Scotia
Mary Mattatall
3
4
 New Brunswick
Kathy Hicks
0
7

Seeding Pool Standings
Province/Territory
Skip
W
L
 Newfoundland and Labrador
Diane Roberts
3
1
 Quebec
Anne Hardy
3
1
 Northwest Territories
Debbie Moss
2
2
 Prince Edward Island
Shelly Ebbett
2
2
 Yukon
Darlene Gammel
0
4


The winners of the 2017 Everest Canadian Seniors will represent Canada at the 2018 Seniors World Championships.

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2017 CPT World Women's Curling Championship - Canada wins the 1vs.2 Page Playoff


The playoffs at the 2017 CPT World Women's Curling Championship continue:


Page Playoffs

1vs.2 - Results
Canada (Homan) defeated Russia (Sidorova) 7-3. Canada advances to the Gold Medal Game. Russia advances to the Semi-Final.

Player percentages
CanadaRussia
Lisa Weagle85%Nkeiruka Ezekh75%
Joanne Courtney83%Alina Kovaleva79%
Emma Miskew92%Margarita Fomina69%
Rachel Homan90%Anna Sidorova69%
Total90%Total71%

3vs.4 - Saturday March 25 - 2:00 pm
Sweden (Hasselborg) vs. Scotland (Muirhead). The winner advances to the Semi-Final. The loser advances to the Bronze Medal Game.

Semi-Final - Saturday  March 25 - 7:00 pm
Russia (Sidorova) plays the winner of the 3vs.4 Page Playoff. The winner advances to the Gold Medal Game. The loser advances to the Bronze Medal Game.

Bronze Medal Game - March 26 - 10:00 am
The loser of the 3vs.4 Page Playoff plays the loser of the Semi-Final

Gold Medal Game - March 26 - 3:00 pm

Canada (Homan) plays the winner of the Semi-Final.

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Thursday, March 23, 2017

2017 CPT World Women's Curling Championship - Round Robin statistics


Here are the statistics from the Round Robin of the 2017 CPT World Women's Curling Championship:

Lead
Country
Avg.
MABERGS Sofia
SWE
87
GRAY Lauren
SCO
84
SCHWAEGLI Nicole
SUI
84
WEAGLE Lisa
CAN
84
HAMILTON Rebecca
USA
83
KIM YeongMi
KOR
82
SCHOELL Pia-Lisa
GER
82
EZEKH Nkeiruka
RUS
81
DUPONT Denise
DEN
79
ZHOU Yan
CHN
78
SVATONOVA Klara
CZE
77
LOSANO Arianna
ITA
76

Second
Country
Avg.
COURTNEY Joanne
CAN
90
KNOCHENHAUER Agnes
SWE
83
ADAMS Vicki
SCO
80
KIM SeonYeong
KOR
80
GEVING Aileen
USA
78
RAEVA Alexandra
RUS
78
WINKELHAUSEN Marisa
SUI
78
RISDAL Stephanie
DEN
76
LIU Jinli
CHN
74
PIMPINI Denise
ITA
73
PLISKOVA Tereza
CZE
71
JENTSCH Analena
GER
70

Third
Country
Avg.
McMANUS Sara
SWE
84
MISKEW Emma
CAN
83
FOMINA Margarita
RUS
82
KIM KyeongAe
KOR
81
SLOAN Anna
SCO
81
PETERSON Tabitha
USA
79
LEHMANN Nadine
SUI
76
WANG Rui
CHN
74
DUPONT Madeleine
DEN
73
OBERMANN Josephine
GER
73
BAUDYSOVA Alzbeta
CZE
71
ZAPPONE Veronica
ITA
70

Fourth
Country
Avg
HOMAN Rachel
CAN
85
HASSELBORG Anna
SWE
84
MUIRHEAD Eve
SCO
82
SIDOROVA Anna
RUS
80
ROTH Nina
USA
77
PAETZ Alina
SUI
76
KUBESKOVA Anna
CZE
74
KIM EunJung
KOR
71
JENTSCH Daniela
GER
74
NIELSEN Lene
DEN
70
GASPARI Diana
ITA
70
WANG Bingyu
CHN
70

Alternate
Country
Avg.
KOVALEVA Alina
RUS
85
CLEMMENSEN Charlotte
DEN
79
OLIVIERI Chiara
ITA
70

Team (Skip)
Country
Avg.
HOMAN Rachel
CAN
85
HASSELBORG Anna
SWE
84
MUIRHEAD Eve
SCO
82
SIDOROVA Anna
RUS
81
ROTH Nina
USA
79
KIM EunJung
KOR
78
PAETZ Alina
SUI
78
NIELSEN Lene
DEN
75
JENTSCH Daniela
GER
75
WANG Bingyu
CHN
74
KUBESKOVA Anna
CZE
73
GASPARI Diana
ITA
71

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