Peter Gallant of Stratford will be going to another Brier.
This time, he will be going as coach for the Brad Gushue rink from St. John’s, N.L.
Gushue announced Monday that Gallant will be joining the team, along with Jamie Korab, at the national men’s curling championship, March 2 to 10, in Edmonton.
Gallant will be joining his son, Brett, who is the second stone on the team.
Korab will be the team’s alternate/fifth player.
Peter Gallant is a nine-time P.E.I. men’s champion and former Canadian mixed champion, who has coached his son throughout most of his curling career.
The Gushue rink also includes Adam Casey of Seven Mile Bay, who plays the mate position. Geoff Walker, originally from Alberta, is the team’s lead.
Korab won Olympic gold with Gushue in 2006 but was cut from the team in April 2007.
He rejoined Gushue for the 2008-2009 and 2009-2010 seasons before taking some time off from curling.
Gushue defeated Colin Thomas 8-2 Sunday to win his seventh straight Newfoundland and Labrador provincial championship.