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Brier 2017: Photos from Day Seven in St. John's
Newfoundland and Labrador's Brett Gallant sweeps a rock as teammate Geoff Walker follows along in the Page Playoff 1-2 game of the 2017 Brier at Mile One Centre Friday night. Gushue and team move on to the Sunday night Brier final. ewfoundland and ...
Rock on: Gushue, Newfoundland one win away from elusive Brier title
Skip Brad Gushue (right) and members of Newfoundland and Labrador's team (from left) Brett Gallant, Mark Nichols and Geoff Walker celebrate their victory over Manitoba in the Page Playoff 1-2 game of the 2017 Brier at Mile One Centre Friday ...
Brier costume party
The Sociables are a group from Alberta who have become an entertainment staple among Brier crowds over the last seven years. You can’t miss them with their thematic, sometimes garish, always co-ordinated costumes, holding up flashcards spelling out ...
Brier 2017: Photos from Day Six in St. John's
Team Canada's Marc Kennedy throws a rock during the Thursday night draw of the Brier at Mile One Centre. Team Newfoundland and Labrador won the game 7-6 in the eleventh end. Team Canada skip Kevin Koe reacts to a shot during the Thursday night draw ...
Gushue named Brier’s all-star skip
The all-star teams were selected as the result of voting by Canadian Curling Reporters, but also fell in line with the positional statistical rankings. For example, Gushue finished with a cumulative 91 per cent rating, tops among all skips, putting ...
When great isn’t good enough
After the shot, Russ Howard, Glenn’s older brother who does colour on the TSN broadcasts, remarked that despite his record in this 2017 Tim Hortons Brier, Glenn Howard might be curling the best he has been this season. Uh, did we mention Glenn was ...
Extra-end win means Newfoundland will have top-two finish in Brier round-robin
Newfoundland and Labrador skip Brad Gushue celebrates his team's win during the Thursday night draw of the Brier at Mile One Centre. Team Newfoundland and Labrador won the game 7-6 in the eleventh end over team Canada. Everyone in the building stood ...
Territories threw “quiet” weight against home side
Yes, Briers have become much more of an “anyone can beat anyone else” affair, but creeping parity aside, when Brad Gushue and Newfoundland and Labrador squared off with the Northwest Territories Tuesday morning at Mile One Centre, it brought a 3-1 ...
Two-win day for Adam Casey, Saskatchewan at Brier 2017
The victory pushed Saskatchewan, skipped by the Seven Mile Bay native, to 4-3 while Glenn Howard is 1-5. Saskatchewan scored three in the first and a single in the fourth while Ontario countered with deuces in the third and the fifth to tie it. ...
UPDATED: Casey splits games at Brier
Casey, who is skipping the Saskatchewan representative at the Canadian men’s curling championship, counted a single point in the 10th end to edge Nova Scotia’s Jamie Murphy 8-7 in the morning draw, and then lost by an identical score to Team Canada’s ...