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Brad Gushue rink's Olympic dreams dashed
Gushue beats Koe yet again at Trials
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No 'A' grades yet, but Gushue curlers making improvement
Gushue gets into win column at Olympic Curling Trials
Ottawa — It wasn’t their best performance in an otherwise brilliant season to date, but Brad Gushue and the curlers from St. John’s played well enough Sunday evening to secure a 6-5, extra end win over Brendan Bottcher of Alberta at ...
Gushue drops Olympic Trials opener to Epping
OTTAWA - If you subscribe to the theory that the glass is half empty, consider this: Brad Gushue, who carried a 32-5 record into these Roar of the Rings, the Canadian Olympic Curling Trials, has now dropped three games in a row. Gushue and Co. ...
Former 'stress bag' Brad Gushue is putting things in perspective
Brad Gushue admits he was a “stress bag” back in the day, an intense and somewhat temperamental young buck who had curling ranked up there with breathing on his list of priorities. Today, Gushue, sitting barefoot in the sand and drink ...
Team Gushue, reigning Brier and world champs, enter Olympic Trials as team to beat
OTTAWA - He skips the best curling team in the world right now, the reigning Brier and world champs and the top rink on the World Curling Tour so far this season. On Saturday, when nine teams hit the ice at Ottawa’s Canadian Tire Centre ...
Sackville Curling Club still going strong after nearly seven decades
SACKVILLE, N.B. – It just turned 68 years old but is more beautiful, in better condition and more welcoming than ever. Yes, the venerable old Sackville Curling Club is once again offering up opportunities for competition, recreation and ...
Local curling club pays tribute to late mentor, true gentleman
Cecil, of course, had been a dominant figure within the walls of the “ice palace” for more than 40 years, providing guidance, instruction and encouragement to a group of new curlers each season. He had led the morning men’s group for many years ...
Newfoundland and Labrador's Gushue beats Canada's Koe for first Brier title
He had achieved nine of them at the start of the Tim Hortons Brier. Gushue delivered when it counted Sunday night and can finally tick the national men's curling championship off his list. Gushue came through with a draw just inside the top of ...
Howard’s last hurrah?
Glenn Howard hopes the crowd gathered at Mile One Centre Friday morning were standing just to praise, not bury him. After Howard and his Ontario team finished their Brier round robin with a win over the Northwest Territories, the nearly 6,000 in the ...
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 ...