Top best answers to the question «Who is the winner of the brier wild card game»
- In 2018, Manitoba’s Kerri Einarson won the wild-card game over Chelsea Carey of Alberta and went on to play in the final. At the 2019 Brier, Brendan Bottcher of Alberta topped John Epping of Ontario in Brandon, Man., and also went on to lose the final.
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Team McEwen wins Wild Card game to advance to Tim Hortons Brier main field KINGSTON, Ont. — With the agility of a magician, Team Mike Ewen escaped disaster for five ends before he and the rest of his team make the key shots down the stretch to sneak pass Team Glenn Howard 5-4 in the Wild Card game Friday night and earn a spot in the Tim Hortons Brier, presented by AGI.
Winnipeg skip Mike McEwen, middle, celebrates his wild-card victory over Ontario's Glenn Howard with teammate and second Derek Samagalski on Friday night at the Brier in Kingston, Ont. (Sean...
Mike McEwen beat Jason Gunnlaugson 4-3 in 11 ends in the Tim Hortons Brier wild-card game Friday night to earn a spot in the main competition of the Canadian men's curling championship. Mike ...
Canada’s Kevin Koe is back as the defending Brier champion. He beat wild-card entry Brendan Bottcher in an all-Alberta final last year in Brandon, Man.
McEwen takes Brier wild-card berth with win over Howard in play-in game The Canadian Press Published Friday, February 28, 2020 9:28PM CST Last Updated Friday, February 28, 2020 11:26PM CST
KINGSTON, ONT.—Mike McEwen claimed the final berth in the Tim Hortons Brier with a 5-4 win over Glenn Howard in the play-in game on Friday night. Tied with hammer in the 10th end, McEwen drew the...
Alberta's Brendan Bottcher defeated Wild Card Two's Kevin Koe 4-2 to win the Canadian men's curling championship. It was his first career Tim Hortons Brier title.
Wild Card 3: 127 20: Marc Kennedy Alberta Canada Northern Ontario: 126 20: Geoff Walker Newfoundland and Labrador Canada: 126 22: Rick Lang Northern Ontario: 121 23: Craig Savill Ontario: 121 24: Pat Ryan Alberta British Columbia: 120 25: Ed Werenich Ontario: 120 26: Kevin Koe Alberta Canada Wild Card 2: 119 26: Jean-Michel Ménard Quebec: 119 28: Mark O'Rourke