The 2017 Tim Hortons Brier takes place in St. John's, NL from March 4-12. Here are the scores and results for all the playdowns across the country that will determine the rest of the field.
Feb 8-12 from Abbotsford Curling Club – Scores/Results
2016 Champion: Jim Cotter
2017 Champion: John Morris
John Morris and Jim Cotter are headed back to the Brier as the teammates for the first time since 2014.
Feb 8-12 from Rotary Spirit Centre – Scores/Results
2016 Champion: Kevin Koe
2017 Champion: Brendan Bottcher
Brendan Bottcher will appear in his first Brier in St. John's after winning Alberta.
Feb 1-5 from Tisdale Curling Club – Scores/Results
2016 Champion: Steve Laycock
2017 Champion: Adam Casey
Adam Casey was the surprise winner in Saskatchewan, beating defending champ Steve Laycock in the final.
Feb 8-12 from PCU Centre – Scores/Results
2016 Champion: Mike McEwen
2017 Champion: Mike McEwen
Mike McEwen defended his Manitoba title by beating Reid Carruthers in the final and will appear in his second career Brier.
Jan 29-Feb 5 from Cobourg Community Centre – Scores/Results
2016 Champion: Glenn Howard
2017 Champion: Glenn Howard
Veteran Glenn Howard won his 17th provincial title by beating Wayne Tuck Jr. in the Ontario final.
Feb 8-12 from Fort William Curling Club – Scores/Results
2016 Champion: Brad Jacobs
2017 Champion: Brad Jacobs
Team Brad Jacobs easily captured Northern Ontario once again and are headed to another national championship.
Jan 7-15 from Etchemin Curling Club – Scores/Results
2016 Champion: Jean-Michel Menard
2017 Champion: Jean-Michel Menard
Jean-Michel Menard will play in his 11th career Canadian championship after winning Quebec for a fifth consecutive season.
Feb 8-12 from TSA – Scores/Results
2016 Champion: Mike Kennedy
2017 Champion: Mike Kennedy
Mike Kennedy defended his provincial title and will appear in a second consecutive Brier.
Jan 23-29 from Mayflower Curling Club – Scores/Results
2016 Champion: Jamie Murphy
2017 Champion: Jamie Murphy
Jamie Murphy edged Stuart Thompson in the final, 9-7, and will return to the Canadian championship for a second straight year.
Prince Edward Island
Jan 18-24 from Silver Fox Curling Club – Scores/Results
2016 Champion: Adam Casey
2017 Champion: Eddie MacKenzie
Eddie MacKenzie and his Charlottetown crew will represent the Maritime province at the Brier after beating Team Phil Gorveatt in the final, 8-2.
Newfoundland and Labrador
Jan 24-29 from Bally Haly Curling Club – Scores/Results
2016 Champion: Brad Gushue
2017 Champion: Brad Gushue
Brad Gushue will have a chance to win the Brier in his hometown of St. John's after winning his 14th provincial title.
Jan 12-15 from Whitehorse Curling Club
2016 Champion: Bob Smallwood
2017 Champion: Craig Kochan
Craig Kochan will represent the territory at this year's Brier. Yukon will have to win the pre-qualifier in order to compete in the main draw during the week.
2016 Champion: Jamie Koe
2017 Champion: Jamie Koe
Jamie Koe will appear in the Canadian championship for the eighth consecutive year. Koe has become a staple at the Brier and his clash against his brother Kevin is always something to look forward to. Team Koe are placed 59th on the CTRS with a pair of quarter-final finishes on the World Curling Tour this season.
2016 Champion: Wade Kingdon
2017 Champion: Jim Nix
Nunavut will send Jim Nix to the Brier this year. Team Wade Kingdon failed to win a game in last year’s pre-qualifier.