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Manitoba skip Tracy Fleury releases a rock as they play Ontario at the Scotties Tournament of Hearts at Centre 200 in Sydney, N.S. on Tuesday, Feb. 19, 2019. Fleury has brought on veteran skip Sherry Middaugh to serve as coach of the Winnipeg-based team. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Andrew Vaughan

Team Tracy Fleury adds longtime skip Sherry Middaugh as coach

Previously coached at the U18 and U21 levels

 

Team Saskatchewan's skip Braeden Moskowy delivers a shot during the final of the men's Canadian Junior Curling Championships in Calgary, Alta., Sunday, Feb. 6, 2011. Moskowy will have a new roommate for the next few months due to new rules in Saskatchewan that limit teams to in-province competition only. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Jeff McIntosh

Saskatchewan curlers make adjustments due to limitations from provincial rules

Saskatchewan curlers make adjustments due to limitations from provincial rules

 

Curling's free agent frenzy wasn't kind to Chelsea Carey. All three members of her rink moved on last March, leaving the two-time national champion without a team entering the most critical season of the quadrennial. Carey makes her way down ice during draw 17 against team Ontario at the Scotties Tournament of Hearts in Moose Jaw, Sask., Thursday, February 20, 2020. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Jonathan Hayward

Two-time Scotties champ Carey may have to focus on mixed doubles to get to Games

Two-time Scotties champ Carey may have to focus on mixed doubles to get to Games

 

Open, closed, somewhere in between, Canadian curling clubs navigate COVID-19

Open, closed, somewhere in between, Canadian curling clubs navigate COVID-19

Canada’s top curling teams scramble for competition amid pandemic

Canada’s top curling teams scramble for competition amid pandemic

Canada’s top curling teams scramble for competition amid pandemic

A slew of September and October bonspiels across Canada called off

Ottawa named host city of the 2021 men’s world curling championship

Banking on sport returning to some semblance of normal next year, Ottawa…

Longtime event director weighs in on alternate options for 20-21 curling season

Longtime event director weighs in on alternate options for 20-21 curling season

Curling Canada names new head coaches for mixed doubles, wheelchair programs

Curling Canada names new head coaches for mixed doubles, wheelchair programs

Curling has several challenges to overcome as sport looks ahead to next season

Curling has several challenges to overcome as sport looks ahead to next season

Decorated curler John Morris returns to team curling, joins Kevin Koe

John Morris is returning to team curling and joining Kevin Koe’s foursome.…

Canadian curling’s free agency underway early with teams making moves

A shortened curling season has meant an earlier start to what’s become…

Kohlenberg “living the big dream” with Team Nunavut at the Tim Hortons Brier

KINGSTON, Ont. — New to the territory, longtime curler Dale Kohlenberg walked…

Defending champion Kevin Koe one of the headliners in strong Brier field

KINGSTON, Ont. — With four national men’s curling titles to his credit,…

Manitoba’s Kerri Einarson wins Canadian women’s curling championship

MOOSE JAW, Sask. — A dream team of former skips came together…

Hoarse Hearts; Canadian women’s curling championship hard on skips’ voices

MOOSE JAW, Sask. — Kerri Einarson calls it her “winter voice.” Midway…

Canadian teams looking strong at world junior curling championship

KRASNOYARSK, Russia — Winnipeg’s Jacques Gauthier posted two victories at the world…

Alberta skip Laura Walker’s change of heart gets her to first Hearts

MOOSE JAW, Sask. — Laura Walker wasn’t going to curl with a…