Online petition on P.E.I. seeks removal of curling relegation

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An online petition has been started in Prince Edward Island to remove the relegation round from Canadian curling championships.

An online petition has been started in Prince Edward Island to remove the relegation round from Canadian curling championships.

The relegation round will be used for next year’s Brier and Scotties Tournament of Hearts. It will see the four teams with the fewest wins in the previous three years compete for one spot at the nationals.

CLICK HERE FOR THE ONLINE PETITION

Geographic location: Prince Edward Island

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  • Cornwall13
    March 12, 2014 - 13:32

    Changes to the format of the Brier should not even be considered. The teams that do not fair out well in the standings at the Brier may not have the total number of wins but the curling is always exceptional and the games, for the most part are close in score. To me the true spirit of the Brier is that all of Canada is represented. Though PEI has never won a Brier title, I am still proud to watch Team PEI and cheer them on as the curling that is witnessed by the fans is always good curling with, even the toughest of shots made by all players, whether they post a win or not. I am really disappointed that Curling Canada feels the need to alter the format of one of the longest running events in Canadian history. Even the smallest acorn has the opportunity to grown into a mighty oak tree!!!!!!

  • Cornwall13
    March 12, 2014 - 13:31

    Changes to the format of the Brier should not even be considered. The teams that do not fair out well in the standings at the Brier may not have the total number of wins but the curling is always exceptional and the games, for the most part are close in score. To me the true spirit of the Brier is that all of Canada is represented. Though PEI has never won a Brier title, I am still proud to watch Team PEI and cheer them on as the curling that is witnessed by the fans is always good curling with, even the toughest of shots made by all players, whether they post a win or not. I am really disappointed that Curling Canada feels the need to alter the format of one of the longest running events in Canadian history. Even the smallest acorn has the opportunity to grown into a mighty oak tree!!!!!!