Brett Gallant selling Men of Curling calendars for KidSport PEI on Friday

The PEI Guardian is reporting that Brett Gallant will be at the Charlottetown Curling Complex this Friday, Dec. 22, from 6-8 p.m. with a stack of ‘Men of Curling’ calendars available for purchase and autographs. All proceeds from the calendars … Continue reading

George Koke, Bill Jenkins, Bob MacWilliams among Strathcona Cup curlers to tour Scotland in Jan./Feb

The Canadian team has been chosen to tour Scotland from January 10 to February 3, 2018 for the Strathcona Cup men’s tour, and it includes three Islanders- George Koke from the Montague Curling Club, Bill Jenkins, now living in St. … Continue reading

Former PEI Women’s Champ passes away in Edmonton

Doris Bernice “Bernie” Cook, who played third stone on the 1963 PEI women’s championship team skipped by Fern Seel, with second stone Kay Hoare and lead Elsie Farquhar, passed away on December 10 in Edmonton AB at the age of … Continue reading

Registrations open for Future Scotties/Future Tankard event with modified format

Future Registration for the Future Scotties and Future Tankard is now open on a first-come, first-served basis, with space limited to five junior women’s and five junior men’s teams. The event, for junior curlers who may one day participate in … Continue reading

Pairings set for Canada’s Olympic mixed doubles trials. PEI’s Brett Gallant to compete. (CBC)

(by Devin Heroux) He wouldn’t quite describe it this way, but you might say Jeff Stoughton has become a curling Cupid. A three-time winner of the Brier and a two-time world champion, Jeff Stoughton is now leading Canada’s mixed doubles … Continue reading

Adult Curling Lessons in Montague, starting in January

Join us at the Montague Curling Club for six weeks of adult curling lessons beginning Wednesday, January 10, from 7:00 to 8:30 p.m. Tammy Dewar will be leading the lessons along with a team of volunteers. This is a great … Continue reading

P.E.I. junior curler Tyler Smith competing with New Brunswick at nationals (The Guardian)

(by Jason Daley) P.E.I.’s Tyler Smith will play with New Brunswick at the 2018 Canadian Junior Curling Championships Jan. 13-21 in Shawinigan, Que. The Liam Marin rink from Saint John, which includes Smith at third, earned their berth by winning … Continue reading

Final Reminder: Scotties and Tankard entry deadline is today (Wed.)

This is a final reminder that the entry deadline for the Scotties Tournament of Hearts Provincial Women’s Curling Championship, and the Tankard Provincial Men’s Curling Championship is 11:59 pm on Wednesday, December 13, 2017 (today).  Entries must be made online … Continue reading

Colleen Jones named second best athlete in Nova Scotia history (Chronicle Herald)

For a curling team to be successful, all four players need to be playing in unison. But ultimately the winning and losing of points comes down to the final two stones thrown by the skip. And few in Canadian curling … Continue reading

Team Lenentine Food Drive wraps up Saturday

WE NEED YOUR HELP!!! To all our friends, family and fellow curlers- we are in the final few days of our Food Drive. We challenge all of you to help us “Fill the Ford” as we give back this Season … Continue reading

Brett Gallant to compete in Olympic Mixed Doubles trials

CBC PEI has confirmed that PEI’s Brett Gallant, from Team Gushue, and Alberta’s Jocelyn Peterman, from Team Carey, have accepted their Curling Canada invitation to the 2018 Canad Inn Canadian Mixed Doubles Curling Trials, January 2-7 in Portage La Prairie … Continue reading

Ten teams to compete in Pepsi Provincial Junior Championships

Six junior women’s teams, and four junior men’s rinks, from four PEI curling clubs, have signed up for the Pepsi Provincial Junior Men’s and Junior Women’s Curling Championships, scheduled for December 27-31 at the Maple Leaf Curling Club in O’Leary. … Continue reading

Reminder: Curling 101-FREE intro to curling for the entire family, coming up this weekend at PEI’s 7 dedicated curling facilities

PEI curling clubs are opening their doors Dec. 16/17 to offer a FREE on-ice “Introduction to Curling” session for both children and their parents/guardians. Register today! A few things to bring with you the day of the event: 1. A … Continue reading

Reminder: Scotties and Tankard entry deadline is Wednesday

This is a reminder that the entry deadline for the Scotties Tournament of Hearts Provincial Women’s Curling Championship, and the Tankard Provincial Men’s Curling Championship is 11:59 pm on Wednesday, December 13, 2017.  Entries must be made online at peicurling.com/eventschships/competitions/entry-form/ Entries … Continue reading

Team Koe to chase Gold wearing the Maple Leaf (Curling Canada)

OTTAWA – With his life’s dream of representing Canada on the line with one shot, Kevin Koe delivered in dramatic fashion. Koe, along with third Marc Kennedy, second Brent Laing, lead Ben Hebert and coach John Dunn, earned the right … Continue reading

Team Homan to curl for Canada in Pyeongchang, South Korea (Curling Canada)

OTTAWA – Team Rachel Homan of Ottawa pulled off a curling triple crown in 2017 and will start 2018 playing in the Winter Olympics. The Scotties Tournament of Hearts and Ford World champions downed Chelsea Carey’s Calgary crew 6-5 in … Continue reading

Weekend wrapup: Ferguson wins CWG spiel jr. women’s division, Schut runner-up in CWG jr. men’s section, MacPhee goes 2-2 in Minnesota spiel

PEI teams preparing to compete in the 2019 Canada Winter Games were at Curl Moncton this weekend at the Centre for Curling Excellence Youth Spiel and Canada Games Mini-Development camp. The Lauren Ferguson rink from the Crapaud, Cornwall and Charlottetown … Continue reading

McEwen beats Gushue and moves on to Roar of the Rings Men’s final (Curling Canada)

OTTAWA – Mike McEwen’s team will get a shot Sunday at winning one of the big prizes it has been craving ever since the Winnipeg boys got together more than a decade ago, while Brad Gushue has been denied an … Continue reading

Robin Short: Brad Gushue doesn’t feel residency rules will break up his rink (Telegram)

He predicts ‘operating and functional’ changes, but suggests lineup won’t be affected  Ottawa — Regardless of what happens tonight at the Roar of the Rings semifinal, look for Team Gushue to stay together next season. To which most are replying, … Continue reading

Homan tops Jones, Gushue hands Koe his 1st loss at Tim Hortons Roar of the Rings (Curling Canada)

OTTAWA — It was billed as the marquee matchup even before the Tim Hortons Roar of the Rings began seven days ago, and in a preview of Saturday’s women’s semifinal, hometown favourite Rachel Homan beat Jennifer Jones of Winnipeg 9-4 … Continue reading

Team Gushue, with PEI’s Gallant, clinches Playoff Spot at Tim Hortons Roar of the Rings (Curling Canada)

OTTAWA — World men’s champ Brad Gushue of St. John’s finds himself oh-so-close to a coveted return trip to the Winter Olympic Games. Gushue, third Mark Nichols, second Brett Gallant, lead Geoff Walker, alternate Tom Sallows and coach Jules Owchar, … Continue reading

PEI Canada Games Age teams in Moncton this weekend for Youth Spiel/Mini Dev’t Camp

Teams of age to compete in the 2019 Canada Winter Games are heading to Curl Moncton this weekend for the Centre for Curling Excellence Youth Spiel and Canada Games Mini Development Camp. This event includes both a bonspiel with their … Continue reading

PEI’s Robyn MacPhee rink in Minnesota cashspiel this weekend, along with the Sask. team skipped by PEI’s Adam Casey

20 men’s teams, including the Saskatchewan rink skipped by PEI’s Adam Casey, will be competing for an $18,000 purse – and 13 women’s teams, including the Robyn MacPhee rink from Charlottetown, are chasing a $12,000 purse at the Curl Mesabi … Continue reading

Date change for Wendy’s Sat. morning Jr. Dev’t League at Cornwall

The Wendy’s Saturday Morning Junior Developmental League draw that was scheduled for the 20th of January at the Cornwall Curling Club is rescheduled to the 13th of January, to accommodate a date change for another event. Eight teams, from Cornwall, Charlottetown, and the Silver … Continue reading

Belfast Rec Centre planning curling on Fridays, starting Jan. 5

The Belfast and Area Curling Club at the Belfast Recreation Centre are planning to have curling on Fridays, starting January 5th through to the end of the season. Message (Facebook: @belfast.reccentre) or call (902-659-2277) the rink with your name and/or … Continue reading

Team Gushue rolls to 2nd place tie with Tim Hortons Roar of the Rings Win (Curling Canada)

OTTAWA — Brad Gushue of St. John’s moved into a tie for second with Mike McEwen by jumping on two costly misses by the Winnipeg team to score three in the second end and go on to an 8-3 win … Continue reading

Final reminder: Pepsi Juniors Entry Deadline is today (Wed. Dec. 6)

This is a final reminder that the entry deadline for the Pepsi Provincial Junior Men’s and Junior Women’s  Curling Championships is 11:59 pm today, Wednesday, December 6, 2017. Entry fee is $170 per team, plus $42 per player participant fees. … Continue reading

Homan and Gushue keep front-runners in sight at Tim Hortons Roar of the Rings (Curling Canada)

OTTAWA – The cream of Canadian women’s curling is rising to the top at the 2017 Tim Hortons Roar of the Rings. Hometown favourite Rachel Homan defeated Toronto’s Allison Flaxey 5-3 Tuesday evening to join Winnipeg’s Jennifer Jones and Chelsea … Continue reading

Duffy’s Beer Funspiel Dec. 30 at Crapaud

The Crapaud Community Curling Club’s Duffy’s Beer Funspiel takes place on December 30, with $15 per person entry fee guaranteeing three four-end games. Everyone is welcome, but no provincial teams or regular evening league teams are permitted.  Drop in and … Continue reading

BARNONE Fun Spiel set for Crapaud

Everyone, even if you have never curled, is welcome to attend the BARNONE Brewery and Hop Farm Funspiel, January 12  and 13 at the Crapaud Community Curling Club. Three six-end games guaranteed, $100/team. Pizza and prizes! Call Bobbi-Jo Crossman at (902) … Continue reading

Team Jacobs bounces back with crucial win (over Team Gushue) at Tim Hortons Roar of the Rings (Curling Canada)

OTTAWA — Brad Jacobs stole three in the third end – thanks largely to Brad Gushue’s final stone catching on some debris – and rode that lead to a 7-4 victory at the Tim Hortons Roar of the Rings Monday … Continue reading

Gallants hoping Olympics become a family affair (The Telegram)

OTTAWA (by Robin Short) — It really is a small world, sometimes. Shortly after winning Canada’s first gold medal in Olympic men’s curling a dozen years ago, Brad Gushue and Mark Nichols were invited to instruct at a curling camp … Continue reading

For Team Gushue 2nd Brett Gallant, the joy of competing is tinged with sadness (The Telegram)

 He was introduced to curling by his grandfather, who is now in the advanced stages of Alzheimer’s disease. (by Robin Short) OTTAWA — He’s 27 and having the time of his life, a quasi-professional in the world of amateur curling … Continue reading

George’s Deck U13 Spiel – No Entry Fee, Lunch Included

The best deal in curling is on again, on January 13, at the Montague Curling Rink. The George’s Deck and Recovery Funspiel for curlers under age 13 has no entry fee, guarantees three games, and includes lunch! Entry is open … Continue reading

Brad Gushue’s rink embracing favourite role at Olympic trials (Sportsnet)

OTTAWA — The last time Brad Gushue and his Newfoundland rink won Canada’s Olympic trials, as the veteran skip puts it, “we were younger, much more intense and much more high-strung.” Adds third, Mark Nichols: “Whoa, man. That was so … Continue reading

Veronica Smith rink runners-up at Saint John cashspiel

The Veronica Smith rink from the Cornwall Curling Club finished as runners-up to the Sylvie Robichaud team in the 10 team women’s division of the WFG Jim Sullivan Classic cashspiel, which wrapped up this afternoon in Saint John NB. Smith … Continue reading

PEI’s Tyler Smith to represent New Brunswick at Canadian Juniors

The Liam Marin rink from Saint John, which includes PEI’s Tyler Smith at third, will be New Brunswick’s Junior Men’s representatives at the the 2018 New Holland Canadian Juniors, operated by Curling Canada, from January 13-21, 2018 at  the Centre municipal de … Continue reading

Smith advances to WFG Jim Sullivan Classic final, MacPhee loses close game in semis

It’ll be Cornwall PEI’s Veronica Smith rink facing Moncton’s Sylvie Robichaud foursome in the 3 pm Women’s final at the WFG Jim Sullivan Classic in Saint John. Smith beat Shelly Graham and her Moncton rink 6-2 in this morning’s quarter-final, … Continue reading

MacPhee and Smith advance to Jim Sullivan Classic Playoffs

PEI’s Robyn MacPhee and Veronica Smith rinks both made Sunday’s playoffs in the 10 team women’s division of the WFG Jim Sullivan Classic in Saint John. No PEI teams are entered in the 18 rink men’s section. MacPhee finished round … Continue reading

Gushue and Homan lose their Tim Hortons Roar of the Rings openers (Curling Canada)

NO HOME-SWEET-HOME FOR TEAM HOMAN AT TIM HORTONS ROAR OF THE RINGS OTTAWA — It was not a warm welcome home for Rachel Homan and her Ottawa-based team in the opening draw of the 2017 Tim Hortons Roar of the … Continue reading

Robyn MacPhee and Veronica Smith rinks win opening matches at WFG Jim Sullivan Classic in Saint John

Two PEI teams, skipped by Robyn MacPhee and Veronica Smith, are among the 10 women’s teams taking part in the WFG Jim Sullivan Classic cashspiel at the eight sheet Thistle-St. Andrews Curling Club in Saint John New Brunswick this weekend. … Continue reading

Harvey’s General Store / MacDonald’s Excavation Cashspiel at Crapaud

The Harvey’s General Store and MacDonald’s Excavation Cashspiel takes place Jan 19-21, 2018 at the Crapaud Community Curling Club, and is open to all teams, at a cost of $240/team.   To enter, contact: Calvin Smith @ 902-628-7019 or email … Continue reading

Belfast and Area Curling Club holding Gary Oulton Memorial Bonspiel

This fall, Belfast and area lost a great friend and someone that was the glue that held a lot of great community organizations together, Gary Oulton. To honour his dedication to the Belfast and Area Curling Club at the Belfast … Continue reading

Reminder: Pepsi Juniors Entry Deadline is Dec. 6

This is a reminder that the entry deadline for the Pepsi Provincial Junior Men’s and Junior Women’s  Curling Championships is Wednesday, December 6, 2017. Entry fee is $170 per team, plus $42 per player participant fees. The Pepsi Juniors take place … Continue reading

Friday Fun Night Dec. 1 at Montague

Friday, Dec. 1,  6 PM – 9 PM at Montague Curling Rink. Come out for chili and a roll. Stay and curl a 6 end game then stay for a beverage. $5.00 for members. $15 non members. … Continue reading

Tim Hortons Roar of the Rings begins Saturday in Ottawa (Curling Canada)

Canada’s best four-player men’s and women’s teams will be chasing their gold-medal dreams when the 2017 Tim Hortons Roar of the Rings gets underway Saturday at the Canadian Tire Centre in Ottawa. The 2013 Tim Hortons Roar of the Rings champions will … Continue reading

Four Foot Louie Memorial (formerly the Jingle Bell) Spiel set for the Fox

The Four Foot Louie Memorial Spiel, formerly the Jingle Bell Spiel, is set for Friday evening December 15 and Saturday the 16th at the Silver Fox in Summerside, and is open to everyone, including juniors and non Silver Fox members. … Continue reading

2016 PEI Curling Hall of Fame inductee named 77th Chairman of Canadian Auto Dealers Assoc.

Peter MacDonald, President and CEO of four auto dealerships on Prince Edward Island, became the 77th Chairman of the Canadian Automobile Dealers Association at the Board of Directors’ meeting in Winnipeg, Man. in October.  MacDonald takes over the Chairman role … Continue reading

Opening draws set for Island Petroleum Cashspiel this weekend at the Fox

The Island Petroleum Cashspiel is being held at the Silver Fox Curling & Yacht Club in Summerside this weekend with 12 teams participating. Here are the opening draws: Friday at 5:00 pm Ice 2 – Nick vanOuwerkerk vs Dennis Watts Ice 3 … Continue reading

The Foxy Lady turns 20, with a Roaring 20’s theme. Women’s funspiel filling fast!

The twentieth annual Foxy Lady Women’s Funspiel will be held at the Silver Fox Curling and Yacht club on January 26 and 27, 2018. The theme is the Roaring twenties, so get your flapper dress out and come to Summerside for … Continue reading

Team Lenentine organizing Food Drive

Cornwall’s Team Lenentine have teamed up with their sponsors Fair Isle Ford and O’Connor Glass to organize a Christmas Food Drive as a way to give back to their community. It will start Monday, December 4th and run through December … Continue reading

Alberton Chase the Ace lottery launched (Journal Pioneer)

Proceeds from a new Chase the Ace lottery which was launched Nov. 22 at the Western Community Curling Club will support the curling club, the Alberton Lions Club and Alberton and area programs and services for the Canadian Mental Health … Continue reading

Annual One on One Tuff Spiel at the Silver Fox (Cancelled)

This event has been cancelled due to insufficient signup. The Silver Fox in Summerside is once again looking for individual curlers to take part in the One on One Tuff Spiel, Friday evening December 8, and on Saturday December 9. … Continue reading

Smith rink out in quarter-final round at NS cashspiel

The Veronica Smith rink is heading back to PEI following a 6-1 quarter-final loss to Julie McEvoy of Halifax at the Spitfire Arms Cashspiel in Windsor NS, finishing the weekend with a 2-2 win-loss record. McEvoy takes on Stacie Curtis from … Continue reading

Montague Christmas Curling Cashspiel cancelled

Cancelled Check out their beautiful facility and get some competitive games in (and possibly some cash for Christmas!) during this two-day spiel Dec. 8-9. The cost is $100 per team, and the contact is Gail Greene at lornagailgreene@hotmail.com. … Continue reading

Sandy Hope rink wins 5th annual Masters Plus Bonspiel at Cornwall

The Sandy Hope rink from the host Cornwall Curling Club won the 5th annual Masters Plus Bonspiel, which wrapped up on Friday. The George Anderson team from Sackville New Brunswick was the runner-up. Masters Plus teams have three curlers age … Continue reading

Smith rink in quarter-finals this morning at Spitfire Arms cashspiel in Windsor NS

PEI’s Veronica Smith rink lost a close game against the Jill Brothers team, which includes PEI native Erin Carmody, last night to go to a 2-1 win-loss record at the Spitfire Arms Cashspiel in Windsor NS. on Saturday, and are back … Continue reading

Manitoba wins record 4th women’s Travelers; BC men capture 1st title, PEI’s Leo Stewart receives Sportsmanship award (Curling Canada)

Manitoba won a record fourth women’s title at the Travelers Curling Club Championship on Saturday while British Columbia’s men’s team won that province’s first-ever curling club championship – both in dominant fashion. Team BC men (Skip Bart Sawyer, third Steve … Continue reading

Veronica Smith rink 2-0 in Nova Scotia cashspiel this weekend

The Veronica Smith rink is the only PEI rink entered in the Spitfire Arms Cashspiel in Windsor NS this weekend, with 12 women’s and 8 men’s teams taking part. PEI native Erin Carmody is third on the Jill Brothers rink … Continue reading

Top teams advance to Travelers gold medal games (Curling Canada)

They were the top teams all week, finishing first place in each of their respective pools, and now four of the best men’s and women’s club curling teams will play for gold at the 2017 Travelers Curling Club Championship. (Curling … Continue reading

Kim Dolan inducted into the PEI Sports Hall of Fame

Here are pictures from the PEI Sports Hall of Fame induction ceremony this evening, focusing on curler Kim Dolan. Sport PEI photos: Kim Dolan’s induction citation was presented by PEI curlers Rebecca Jean MacDonald and Cathy Dillon. \ PEI Sports … Continue reading

PEI Women’s Travelers playoff run ends with quarter-final loss to Ontario

The PEI women’s team at the Travelers Curling Club Championship in Kingston Ontario, skipped by Julie Mutch and representing the Crapaud Community Curling Club, have ended their playoff run in the quarter-final round, losing 5-2 to Team Ontario this afternoon. … Continue reading

Men of Curling calendars available at Sport PEI

Curl PEI has ten (10) 2018 Men of Curling calendars available for purchase at Sport PEI, at the House of Sport, 40 Enman Crescent in Charlottetown, for $30 each, with net proceeds going to multiple charities. PEI’s Brett Gallant, from … Continue reading

PEI women advance to Travelers quarter-finals (Curling Canada)

Nanette Dupont is back at her third Travelers Curling Club Championship and she’s banking on experience to get her through the playoffs. The Alberta skip and her team are directly through to the semifinal of the championship (Friday at 7:30 … Continue reading

PEI women will advance to Travelers playoff round

With only one women’s and one men’s round robin draw left at the Travelers Curling Club Championship in Kingston Ont., the PEI women’s team, skipped by Julie Mutch out of the Crapaud Community Curling Club, are playoff-bound.   Photo (L-R): … Continue reading

Charlottetown Curling Club volunteers work to keep club open (CBC PEI)

Club recruiting new players with Friday night drop-in event The Charlottetown Curling Club is open and the volunteer board of directors is working hard to get new people involved in the sport of curling.  Charlottetown Curling Club is working to … Continue reading

Ontario savouring home ice, PEI women have only 1 loss at Travelers Championship (Curling Canada)

[PEI’s Julie Mutch rink is 3-1 at the Travelers, while the Leo Stewart men’s team is 0-4. In action Wednesday, the PEI men lost 8-2 to the Yukon. They finish up round robin play today against Northern Ont. at 10 … Continue reading

10-time P.E.I. women’s curling champ Kim Dolan to be inducted Friday into P.E.I. Sports Hall of Fame (Journal Pioneer)

CHARLOTTETOWN, P.E.I. – Kim Dolan is one of P.E.I.’s greatest curlers and many consider her to be the best female curler ever from the province – winning 10 provincial women’s curling championships. Skip Kim Dolan yells to sweepers during the Scotties … Continue reading

“She Leads” postponed until spring. Upcoming coaching workshops from Coaching PEI

She Leads, originally scheduled for Saturday December 2 at the Holiday Inn Express, has been postponed until the spring, due to low registration.   Upcoming Coaching Workshops: DAA is a go for Thursday and Friday this week 5:30 to 9:30 at Bluefield High School, still time but you … Continue reading

Opening Draw teams set for 5th annual Mixed Doubles Cashspiel at Cornwall

The new Olympic sport of mixed doubles curling is growing in popularity across the curling world, especially with its inclusion for the 2018 Winter Games in Korea. Here is the opening draw teams schedule for the 5th Annual Mixed Doubles … Continue reading

BC Men perfect so far at Travelers Curling Club Ch’ship. PEI women 1-1, men 0-3 (Curling Canada)

[PEI recap: Women 1-1 after 8-6 win over NWT on Monday and 10-3 loss to BC on Tues. Play Sask. at 10 am and Nunavut at 5 pm today. Men 0-3 following 8-3 loss to Ontario on Monday and 8-6 and … Continue reading

Curling 101: Free Intro to Curling session for the entire family at all 7 PEI curling clubs

PEI curling clubs are opening their doors Dec. 16/17 to offer a FREE on-ice “Introduction to Curling” session for both children and their parents/guardians. Register today! A few things to bring with you the day of the event: 1. A … Continue reading

PEI women win opener over NWT, men lose to Ont. on opening day of the Travelers (Curling Canada)

TRAVELERS CHAMPIONSHIP OFF TO A HIP START IN KINGSTON    by Darren McEwen Two members of the Tragically Hip helped kick off the 2017 Travelers Curling Club Championship in Kingston while sharing something in common with each of the 112 participants … Continue reading

Desjardins Stick Curling Bonspiel set for Cornwall

This annual bonspiel, sponsored by Desjardins Financial Security Independent Network, is open to any stick curler, and takes place on Dec. 2 at the Cornwall Curling Club. Individual entry. A draw will be made where each person will play a minimum of 3 games … Continue reading

Crapaud Community Curling Club Official Reopening and Open House on Friday evening

Crapaud, PE – The Crapaud Community Curling Club will hold their Official Reopening in conjunction with an Open House on Friday, November 24. The Open House, starting at 7pm, is free and open to the public. There will be instructors … Continue reading

Veronica Smith team hosting Warmup Spiel

Looking for a few games before provincials? Join Team Smith in Cornwall December 8 & 9. Guaranteed 3 games! $125/team. Email vasmith@upei.ca to register … Continue reading

Kelly, Donovan win Fall Fling (Journal Pioneer)

Two Charlottetown-based rinks meet in women’s final (by Jason Simmonds) SUMMERSIDE – It was an all-P.E.I. women’s final in the 11th annual Fall Fling Maritime junior cashspiel on Sunday afternoon.   Annika Kelly skipped her Charlottetown Curling Complex rink to the … Continue reading

Donovan edges Abraham in extra end, Kelly blanks Burris to win Fall Fling Jr. Cashspiel

The 11th annual Fall Fling Junior Cashspiel, with a full draw of 24 teams, representing all four Atlantic provinces, wrapped up this afternoon at the Silver Fox Curling and Yacht Club in Summerside. In the junior men’s division, two “Mainland” … Continue reading

PEI skip Dennis Watts wins Sportsmanship award at Canadian Mixed (Curling Canada)

Quebec vice-skip Amélie Blais was a double winner on Saturday night as awards were handed out at the closing banquet for the 2018 Canadian Mixed Curling Championship in Swan River, Man. Blais, who threw third rocks for Robert Desjardin’s Quebec … Continue reading

Ch’ship round set at Silver Fox Fall Fling Junior Cashspiel

Round robin play wrapped up Saturday night at the 11th annual Fall Fling junior cashspiel at the Silver Fox in Summerside, with the semi-finals going at 9 this morning, and the junior men’s and junior women’s finals following at 1 … Continue reading

Crapaud curling team slides into national championships after season without a home (Guardian)

(by Alison Jenkins) Heather MacRae joined her team from the direction of the ice, bouncing a bit on her toes in the clubhouse at the Crapaud Curling Club. “Ice is keen tonight, they’re saying.”  She meant the rocks were sliding … Continue reading

Day One over at Silver Fox Fall Fling Junior Cashspiel

Two Junior Men’s, and two Junior Women’s draws are in the books following day one action at the 11th Annual Fall Fling Junior Cashspiel at the Silver Fox in Summerside. 12 Junior Men’s and an equal number of Junior Women’s … Continue reading

PEI scores seven point end in seeding pool win at the Canadian Mixed (Curling Canada)

QUEBEC, ONTARIO AND NEW BRUNSWICK ON TOP AT MIXED CHAMPIONSHIP  The Championship pool went into action on Thursday, battling for playoff spots at the 2018 Canadian Mixed Curling Championship in Swan River, Man. While Quebec maintains its seven-game winning streak … Continue reading

5th Annual Masters Plus Bonspiel set for Cornwall on Nov. 23/24

The Cornwall Curling Club is getting ready to host its 5th annual Masters Plus Bonspiel on Thursday November 23rd and Friday November 24th. Masters Plus teams include three curlers age 60 and over, plus one who is at least 55. … Continue reading

11th annual Fall Fling Junior Cashspiel starts Fri. at the Fox. Live Results on PEICurling.com

The eleventh annual Fall Fling Junior Cashspiel gets underway on Friday at the Silver Fox Curling and Yacht Club in Summerside, with a full draw of 12 junior men’s teams and an equal number of junior women’s rinks entered, from … Continue reading

Travelers Curling Club Championship gets underway Monday in Kingston, Ont. (Curling Canada)

Dreams of winning a Canadian curling championship will come true for two of the 28 teams who open play Monday in the 2017 Travelers Curling Championship at the Cataraqui Golf and Country Club in Kingston, Ont. The Cataraqui Golf and … Continue reading

Quebec leads as round robin wraps up at Canadian Mixed. PEI (0-6) goes to seeding pool (Curling Canada)

Quebec’s Robert Desjardins finished the round robin with a perfect 6-0 record and will lead the way into the Championship round of the 2018 Canadian Mixed Curling Championship in Swan River, Man. Team Quebec in action at the 2018 Canadian … Continue reading

Undefeated teams rise to top at Canadian Mixed, PEI winless after 4 games (Curling Canada)

Northwest Territories’ Jamie Koe and New Brunswick’s Charlie Sullivan remain the only undefeated teams after six draws at the 2018 Canadian Mixed Curling Championship, presented by Westman Communications Group, in Swan River, Man. [PEI’s Dennis Watts rink, still looking for … Continue reading

Go Hogwild at annual Montague 19 and over Spiel (postponed until Jan. 5-6)

HOGWILD SPIEL Nov. 24th and 25th Due to insufficient signup, this event has been postponed until Jan. 5-6 2018. at the Montague Curling Rink CURLING BONSPIEL 6 End games. Guaranteed 3 games, Open to men’s, women’s and mixed teams. This … Continue reading

Relive the Road to the Roar on YouTube and in photos

If you missed any of the great action this past weekend, all TSN broadcasts from the Home Hardware Road to the Roar in Summerside are now available on the Curling Canada YouTube channel at www.youtube.com/curlingcanada As well, check out the photos … Continue reading

PEI’s Watts rink 0-2 at the Mixed

PEI’s Dennis Watts team are still looking for their first win at the Canadian Mixed Curling Championship in Swan River MB, going into today’s noontime draw against the Robert Smallwood rink from Whitehorse, Yukon, also 0-2. PEI lost their opener … Continue reading

Summerside’s Road to the Roar Olympic curling pre-trials deemed success (Journal Pioneer)

Credit Union Place (CUP) employees were busy Monday morning reverting Eastlink Arena into a hockey rink after it spent the previous week hosting the Home Hardware Road to the Roar Olympic curling pre-trials. Crews were busy at Credit Union Place … Continue reading

Road to the Roar curling event a money maker for Summerside, city says (CBC PEI)

City eager to bid again on Road to the Roar, says community services director A day after the Road to the Roar wrapped up in Summerside, the city says it will bid to host the Olympic pre-trial curling event again.  … Continue reading

It’s more than just curling for Morris rink (Journal Pioneer)

Team members enjoys learning about Summerside community Skip John Morris in action during Sunday morning action at the 2017 Road to the Roar Pre-Trials curling event at Eastlink Arena in Summerside. – Jason Simmonds SUMMERSIDE – There is no more intense … Continue reading

Crapaud women’s team set to compete in the Travelers Curling Club Ch’ship Nov. 20-28 in Kingston ON

Crapaud, PE – The Board and members of the Crapaud Community Curling Club extend their congratulations and well wishes to their team attending the Travelers Championship in Kingston, Ontario, next week. Photo (L-R): Julie Mutch, Lindsay Moore, Terri Wood, Heather … Continue reading

Murphy’s Ice Queens Women’s Funspiel at Cornwall: entry deadline is 5 pm on Tues. Nov. 14

Last call for entries in “Murphy’s Ice Queens” Women’s funspiel is Tuesday, November 14th at 5 pm. All team entries must be in by then! The Cornwall Curling Club hosts “The Murphy’s Ice Queens” Women’s Funspiel, Friday evening November 17 and all day Saturday, November 18. … Continue reading

Devin Heroux wraps up The Road to the Roar on CBC PEI’s Island Morning at 8:15

CBC news and sports reporter Devin Heroux, who covered the Home Hardware Road to the Roar Pre-Trials in Summerside, will be on CBC PEI’s Island Morning at 8:15, talking to Mitch Cormier about the event.  Listen locally at 96.1 FM, … Continue reading

Team Bottcher completes Trials field with Home Hardware Road to the Roar triumph (Curling Canada)

SUMMERSIDE, P.E.I. — It took them until the final game of the final qualifying event, but Brendan Bottcher and his Edmonton team can finally start planning for a trip to Ottawa for the2017 Tim Hortons Roar of the Rings. Bottcher, … Continue reading