By Curling Canada With the number of upsets at the women’s provincial finals, the Scotties Tournament of Hearts lineup will feature a number of underdogs and unfamiliar faces — or at least some faces we haven’t seen in a while. The Tim Hortons Brier field, however, is coming together slowly but surely, and many players
The Event The North Bay Granite Club is preparing for the 2016 Travelers Insurance Northern Ontario Men’s Curling Championship to be held in North Bay February 10th to February 14th 2016. Committee Chair Mark Brown is pleased to announce that the weekly event tickets for the event go on sale Monday, November 16th. Tickets for
January 25, 2016 by: BayToday.ca Staff Team Gelinas out of Mattawa makes the cut in east qualifier. The teams competing for the 2016 Travelers Insurance Northern Ontario Men’s Curling Championship to be held at the North Bay Granite Club February 10-14, 2016 is now complete. That includes one local team skipped by Patrick Gelinas from
By Bruce Heidman, Sudbury Star Friday, January 15, 2016 3:06:34 EST PM The remarkable season for Tanner Horgan and his team, with Jacob Horgan, Nicholas Bissonnette and Maxime Blais, continues. This season’s men’s competition was open to any age, whereas before a male curler had to be 19 years of age to compete. The same
By Gary Moskalyk, Special to CJ Tanner Horgan capped off quite the adventure in the Thunder Bay area the past week and a half. The 17-year-old Sudbury skip put up a three-spot in the ninth end against Thunder Bay’s Bryan Burgess to take the decisive lead en route to an 8-4 win at Port Arthur
January 12th, 2016 by BayToday.ca Staff Olympic champion curler Brad Jacobs and his rink for Sault Ste. Marie will be in North Bay February 10th through 14th as the Granite Club will be hosting the 2016 Travelers Insurance Northern Ontario Men’s Curling Championship. The reigning Olympic champions from the Soo Curlers Association in Sault Ste.
By TSN.ca Staff BANFF, ALTA. – In a battle of the Brads, it was Sochi 2014 gold medallist Brad Jacobs who edged out Brad Gushue in tonight’s PINTY’S ALL-STAR CURLING SKINS GAME Men’s Final, making Jacobs the back-to-back TSN skins game champion. With $54,000 won in tonight’s game plus $17,000 in yesterday’s semifinal, Jacobs and