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With another quadrennial wrapped up, the pursuit for the 2026 Winter Olympics in Milan and Cortina d'Ampezzo, Italy has officially begun.

Darren Moulding

With another quadrennial wrapped up, the pursuit for the 2026 Winter Olympics in Milan and Cortina d'Ampezzo, Italy has officially begun. 

Keep up to date with all of curling's lineup changes with TSN.ca's roster tracker. 

 

New Teams

Mike McEwen
Team Mike McEwen

Toronto, Ontario

Lineup

  • Skip
    Mike McEwen
  • Third
    Ryan Fry
  • Second
    Jonathan Beuk
  • Lead
    Brent Laing

Breakdown

After spending his entire curling career in Manitoba, Winnipeg's Mike McEwen will play out of Ontario starting next season.

 

The 42-year-old longtime skip announced a new team on Friday, featuring Ryan Fry at third, Jonathan Beuk at second and Brent Laing at lead. McEwen will be the team's import as the other three members live in the province.

 

McEwen has seven Brier appearances under his belt, including five as a representative of Manitoba. The Brandon, Man., native has spent the past two decades curling in the prairie province, most recently with Reid Carruthers, Derek Samagalski and Colin Hodgson. 

 

Fry, 44, was born in Winnipeg and won the 2013 Brier as well as the gold medal at the 2014 Winter Olympics as a member of Brad Jacobs' rink. Laing, 43, is a three-time Brier and world champion in addition to finishing fourth at the 2018 Olympics with Team Kevin Koe. Fry and Laing have been teammates for the past three campaigns on Ontario's Team John Epping. 

 

Beuk, 39, has made two Brier appearances in his career. 

Tanner Horgan
Team Tanner Horgan

Sudbury, Ontario

Lineup

  • Fourth
    Tanner Horgan
  • Skip
    Darren Moulding
  • Second
    Jacob Horgan
  • Lead
    Colin Hodgson

Breakdown

With Team Brad Jacobs disbanded, a new foursome in Northern Ontario has emerged as a possible top contender. 

 

Darren Moulding, formerly of Team Brendan Bottcher and Team James Grattan, will skip a new Sudbury-based team in the fall, featuring brothers Tanner and Jacob Horgan at fourth and second, respectively, as well as former Team Mike McEwen lead Colin Hodgson. 

"Our team of Tanner Horgan, Darren Moulding, Jacob Horgan and Colin Hodgson was built with the objective of competing at the highest level of the sport - working towards representing our province at the Brier, and representing our country at the World level within the next four years," the team said in a release. 

 

Moulding will call the game and throw third stone while Tanner Horgan will throw the final two stones. Horgan led an Ontario rink to the Tim Hortons Curling Trials this past season. 

 

"It is great to be back competing in Northern Ontario again," said Horgan. "It is where I got my start and this is exactly where I want to take my next step forward." 

 

The 39-year-old Moulding was in the middle of a messy breakup with Team Bottcher last winter, but is ready to move forward with Team Horgan. 

 

"I am really excited for a new role and challenge with a group of guys that share the same vision," said Moulding. "I am thrilled to get to play at the highest level again, it's what I love to do." 

Patrick Janssen and Mat Camm
Team John Epping

Toronto, Ontario

Lineup

  • Skip
    John Epping
  • Third
    Mathew Camm
  • Second
    Patrick Janssen
  • Lead
    Scott Chadwick

Breakdown

After Ryan Fry and Brent Laing left the team earlier this off-season, Epping and longtime teammate Mathew Camm needed to find some replacements to fill out the lineup.

 

The Ontario rink revealed the additions of second Patrick Janssen and lead Scott Chadwick.

 

Epping, Camm and Janssen played together for a number of years, highlighted by a 9-2 round robin performance at the 2018 Tim Hortons Brier in Regina. 

 

Epping added veteran front enders Laing and Craig Savill after that season, leaving Janssen without a team. The now-35-year-old joined Team Bottcher as an alternate, helping them win the Canadian championship inside the Calgary bubble in 2021. Janssen had full vice duties at the 2022 Brier in Lethbridge after the team cut Darren Moulding. 

 

Chadwick, 31, has one Brier appearance in his career, helping Team Scott McDonald post a 6-5 record in 2019. 

E.J. Harnden
Team Brad Gushue

St. John's, Newfoundland and Labrador

Lineup

  • Skip
    Brad Gushue
  • Third
    Mark Nichols
  • Second
    E.J. Harnden
  • Lead
    Geoff Walker

Breakdown

E.J. Harnden will replace Brett Gallant in Team Brad Gushue's lineup starting next season. 

 

 

Gallant is moving to Alberta this summer and will play with Brendan Bottcher in the fall. 

 

Harnden, 39, has played with Brad Jacobs in Northern Ontario since 2008, winning the 2013 Brier as well as Olympic gold in Sochi in 2014. 

 

This season, Team Gushue represented Canada at the Olympics in Beijing, earning the bronze medal with a win over Team John Shuster of the United States. They also captured their fourth Brier Tankard since 2017 in March, winning the Canadian title with just three players after Mark Nichols tested positive for COVID-19 ahead of the playoffs. Gushue and company would go on to win silver at the World Men's Curling Championship in Las Vegas. 

Scott McDonald
Team James Grattan

Oromocto, New Brunswick

Lineup

  • Skip
    James Grattan
  • Third
    Scott McDonald
  • Second
    Paul Dobson
  • Lead
    Andy McCann

Breakdown

James Grattan will have a new player on his squad next season, revealing former Ontario champion Scott McDonald will play third as a replacement for the departing Darren Moulding.

 

"We have a busy season planned and adding a player of Scott's experience and shot making ability will undoubtedly elevate our success on the ice," Grattan said in a statement. 

 

McDonald, 36, has competed in two Tim Hortons Briers in his career, one for Ontario in 2019 and another as a fill-in on Jamie Murphy's Nova Scotia foursome in 2021. 

 

"I am thrilled to join Team Grattan," McDonald said in a statement. "James, Paul and Andy are such accomplished players and it was quickly evident that our goals and expectations are extremely well-aligned. I am excited to bring my experience to Team Grattan and work together to reach new heights."

 

The 47-year-old Grattan, who has played in 14 Canadian championships over his long career, went 3-5 at the 2022 Brier in Lethbridge. 

Team Karsten Sturmay
Team Karsten Sturmay

Edmonton, Alberta

Lineup

  • Skip
    Karsten Sturmay
  • Third
    Kyle Doering/J.D. Lind
  • Second
    Glenn Venance
  • Lead
    Kurtis Goller

Breakdown

Karsten Sturmay and Glenn Venance are sticking together and have added Kyle Doering, Kurtis Goller and J.D. Lind into the fold going forward. 

 

"To say I'm beyond excited for next season would be an understatement. I've curled against Kyle and Kurtis for years, and have nothing but respect for both of them as players and people," said Sturmay, a 25-year-old skip on Twitter. "Bringing J.D. onto the team will help take us to the next level. He knows the game inside and out, and is a world-class curler in his own right. Glenn and I have had a good thing going for a long time, and are stoked to continue to build together."

 

The team said their throwing lineup will be determined by who's on the ice in any given bonspiel, but did say that Lind, coach for Japan's national curling teams, will serve as vice when he's playing. 

Kevin Koe
Team Kevin Koe

Calgary, Alberta

Lineup

  • Skip
    Kevin Koe
  • Third
    Tyler Tadri
  • Second
    Bradley Thiessen
  • Lead
    Karrick Martin

Breakdown

Four-time Brier champion Kevin Koe has announced his new team that will play out of Alberta next season.

 

The 47-year-old veteran skip will have three-time Canadian junior champion Tyler Tardi at third and the front end duo of Bradley Thiessen and Karrick Martin at second and lead, respectively. 

 

 

Koe, who lost in the Brier final in March, has played the last couple seasons with BJ Neufeld, John Morris and Ben Hebert. Neufeld has joined the new-look rink led by Matt Dunstone while Hebert will play with provincial rival Brendan Bottcher. John Morris has retired from men's curling.

 

Tardi, 23, has skipped in British Columbia for his entire junior and pro curling career, winning the Canadian junior title three straight years from 2017 to 2019 with world junior championship victories in 2018 and 2019. 

 

Thiessen and Martin, both 32, have played on Team Bottcher since 2011 and appeared in four straight Brier finals from 2018-2021, winning their first title in 2021. 

Brendan Bottcher
Team Brendan Bottcher

Edmonton, Alberta

Lineup

  • Skip
    Brendan Bottcher
  • Third
    Marc Kennedy
  • Second
    Brett Gallant
  • Lead
    Ben Hebert

Breakdown

Brendan Bottcher unveiled his new rink for the 2023 to 2026 Olympic quadrennial and it's one filled with Olympic experience.

 

Joining Bottcher are second Brett Gallant, third Marc Kennedy and lead Ben Hebert.

 

 

The announcement comes exactly a month after Bottcher announced that his existing team - lead Karrick Martin, second Brad Thiessen and third Patrick Janssen - would be going their separate ways at season's end.

 

Kennedy is a three-time Olympian, having won gold in Vancouver as part of Kevin Martin's rink and a bronze in Beijing this past February as an alternate with Brad Gushue. He was also a member of Kevin Koe's team that finished fourth in Pyeongchang in 2018. Kennedy has been a member of Brad Jacobs' rink for the past three seasons.

 

Hebert was also a member of both the gold-medal winning Martin rink and Team Koe in 2018. Hebert had been part of Koe's rink since 2015.

 

Gallant, 32, was a longtime member of Gushue's rink, winning bronze in Beijing, as well as four Brier titles and a world championship.

Reid Carruthers
Team Reid Carruthers

Winnipeg, Manitoba

Lineup

  • Skip
    Reid Carruthers
  • Third
    J. Gunnlaugson
  • Second
    Derek Samagalski
  • Lead
    Connor Njegovan

Breakdown

Longtime Manitoba curlers Reid Carruthers and Jason Gunnlaugson are joining forces and forming a new squad next season. 

 

 

Carruthers will skip the team with Gunnlaugson at third, Derek Samagalski at second and Connor Njegovan at lead. 

 

Carruthers, 37, and Samagalski, 37, have played for Mike McEwen the past four seasons. They qualified for the Brier in each season together, representing Manitoba twice and Wild Card two other times. Team McEwen went 4-4 at November's Tim Hortons Curling Trials and 5-3 at this year's Brier. 

 

Gunnlaugson, 37, has skipped teams in Manitoba for most of his career, leading the foursome of third Adam Casey, second Matt Wozniak and lead Njegovan for the past two seasons. Gunnlaugson has made three straight appearances at the Brier. 

 

Team Gunnlaugson are 34-33 on the season with a bonspiel win in early December in Morris, Man. They went 2-6 at the Tim Hortons Curling Trials in Saskatoon and 6-4 at the Brier in Lethbridge, falling to Canada's Team Brendan Bottcher in the playoffs. 

Matt Dunstone
Team Matt Dunstone

Manitoba

Lineup

  • Skip
    Matt Dunstone
  • Third
    B.J. Neufeld
  • Second
    Colton Lott
  • Lead
    Ryan Harnden

Breakdown

TSN Curling can confirm that Matt Dunstone's new rink will be comprised of B.J. Neufeld at third, Colton Lott at second and Ryan Harnden at lead. 

 

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Dunstone has skipped a Saskatchewan-based team for the past four seasons, but will now play out of Manitoba starting next season. The 26-year-old Winnipeg native won two Canadian juniors titles with Lott in 2013 and 2016. 

 

Lott, 26, made the Manitoba final this season as a skip of his own team and filled in for Colin Hodgson at the Tim Hortons Brier with Team Mike McEwen. Neufeld, 36, joins the new-look Team Dunstone following a run with Team Kevin Koe while Harnden, 35, will be the team import after a long run with Team Brad Jacobs in Northern Ontario. 

Jennifer Jones
Team Jennifer Jones

Winnipeg, Manitoba

Lineup

  • Skip
    Jennifer Jones
  • Third
    Mackenzie Zacharias
  • Second
    Karlee Burgess
  • Lead
    E. Zacharias/L. Lenentine

Breakdown

Six-time Scotties Tournament of Hearts champion Jennifer Jones announced she will take over skip duties for Team Mackenzie Zacharias for the next Olympic quadrennial. 

 

 

Team Zacharias, led by their 22-year-old skip Mackenzie, has competed in the past two Canadian championships, posting a 5-3 record this year in Thunder Bay and just missing the playoffs after a tiebreaker loss to Kerry Galusha. The team is rounded out by Karlee Burgess at third, Emily Zacharias at second and Lauren Lenentine at lead.

Tracy Fleury
Team Rachel Homan

Ottawa, Ontario

Lineup

  • Fourth
    Rachel Homan
  • Skip
    Tracy Fleury
  • Second
    Emma Miskew
  • Lead
    Sarah Wilkes

Breakdown

Starting in the 2022-23 season, Tracy Fleury will be the newest member of Team Rachel Homan after lead Joanne Courtney announced in February she was taking a break from competitive curling. 

 

 

Fleury, who was one of the game's biggest off-season pickups, will call the game and throw third stones while Homan will continue to throw fourth stones for the Ottawa foursome. After serving as second the past couple seasons, Sarah Wilkes moves to lead and longtime vice Emma Miskew will play the second position for the first time on Team Homan starting in the fall.

 

“I can’t tell you how excited I am for Tracy to join our team,” said Homan in a release. “We have battled on the ice for years, and I have always respected her game. She’s an absolute competitor and to have Tracy join us brings even more experience to our team. I can’t wait to compete with Tracy and the team next season.”

 

The 35-year-old Fleury, who lives in Sudbury, Ont., has competed in five Scotties Tournament of Hearts and was a finalist at November's Tim Hortons Curling Trials, falling to Team Jennifer Jones in an extra end heartbreaker. 

 

“To get the call to join Rachel, Emma and Sarah was an opportunity that I could not turn down,” said Fleury. “This team has been on top for years, and I am so grateful to play with these ladies for the next quadrennial and represent Ontario.”

Silvana Tirinzoni
Team Silvana Tirinzoni

Aarau, Switzerland

Lineup

  • Skip
    Silvana Tirinzoni
  • Third
    Alina Pätz
  • Second
    Briar Huerlimann
  • Lead
    Carole Howald

Breakdown

After longtime teammates Esther Neuenschwander and Melanie Barbezat decided to leave Team Silvana Tirinzoni at the end of the 2021-22 season, the three-time defending World Women's Curling champions needed to find replacements for their front end positions going forward. 

 

As a result, Team Tirinzoni announced on Instagram that Briar Huerlimann and Carole Howald will be on their squad going forward. 

 

Howald, 29, has won five gold medals at the women's worlds for Switzerland, serving as an alternate each time for various skips, including twice for Tirinzoni.

 

Huerlimann, 28, was an alternate at the 2017 World Women's Curling Championship. 

Kaitlyn Lawes
Team Kaitlyn Lawes

Winnipeg, Manitoba

Lineup

  • Skip
    Kaitlyn Lawes
  • Third
    Selena Njegovan
  • Second
    Jocelyn Peterman
  • Lead
    Kristin MacCuish

Breakdown

After 12 years playing third for curling legend Jennifer Jones, Winnipeg’s Kaitlyn Lawes will skip her own team out of Manitoba starting in the 2022-23 season.

 

Lawes will captain a new-look rink that sees Selena Njegovan at third, Jocelyn Peterman at second and Kristin MacCuish at lead.

 

"I'm so excited for this new adventure with Team Lawes," Lawes said in a release. "We are a young team with a plethora of experience, and I cannot wait to see what we can accomplish together. I'm thrilled to continue this journey with Jocelyn, and it is a privilege to be able to learn and work with Selena and Kristin this quadrennial." 

 

 

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With Jones, the 33-year-old Lawes appeared in eight Scotties Tournament of Hearts, winning once in 2015, as well as a World Championship in 2018. Lawes has been to three straight Olympics, including two with Team Jones, capturing the gold medal in Sochi in 2014.

 

Lawes hasn’t skipped since her junior days when she won national titles in back-to-back years in 2008 and 2009.

Chelsea Carey
Team Chelsea Carey

Saskatchewan

Lineup

  • Skip
    Chelsea Carey
  • Third
    Jolene Campbell
  • Second
    Liz Fyfe
  • Lead
    Rachel Erickson

Breakdown

Two-time Scotties Tournament of Hearts champion Chelsea Carey has announced a new curling team for next season. 

 

 

 

The 37-year-old skip will continue to play with 2021-22 teammates in Jolene Campbell and Rachel Erickson, who will play third and lead, respectively. Liz Fyfe, who has played with Tracy Fleury's rink for the past four seasons and was a finalist at November's Tim Hortons Curling Trials, will be the new second on Team Carey. 

 

"I'm beyond excited with the team we've built for the upcoming season," Carey said on Facebook. "We looked around at the changes happening and tried to figure out what made the most sense moving forward. When you have the chance to add a player of Liz’s caliber, you have to jump on it. Everyone is looking forward to the next quad and we're no exception with our blend of youth and experience."

 

Casey Scheidegger
Team Casey Scheidegger

Lethbridge, Alberta

Lineup

  • Skip
    Casey Scheidegger
  • Third
    Kate Cameron
  • Second
    Taylor McDonald
  • Lead
    Jessie Haughian

Breakdown

Alberta's Casey Scheidegger has announced her new lineup. 

 

Weeks after revealing her current squad will be parting ways at the end of the season, the 34-year-old skip announced she will play with third Kate Cameron, second Taylor McDonald and her sister Jessie Haughian at lead, starting in the 2022-23 season. The Scheidegger sisters have played together for a decade. 

 

Cameron, 30, and McDonald, 28, have played with Laura Walker in Alberta for the past three seasons, appearing in three straight Scotties Tournament of Hearts and this season's Tim Hortons Curling Trials. 

 

Clancy Grandy
Team Clancy Grandy

British Columbia

Lineup

  • Skip
    Clancy Grandy
  • Third
    Kayla MacMillan
  • Second
    Lindsay Dubue
  • Lead
    Sarah Loken

Breakdown

Ontario's Clancy Grandy will skip a British Columbia squad next season that were just one win away from representing the province at the Scotties Tournament of Hearts this year. 
Team Nancy Martin
Team Nancy Martin

Saskatoon, Saskatchewan

Lineup

  • Skip
    Nancy Martin
  • Third
    Stephanie Schmidt
  • Second
    Jennifer Armstrong
  • Lead
    Krysten Karwacki

Breakdown

After playing for Sherry Anderson for the past few seasons, Nancy Martin will skip her very own Saskatchewan-based rink starting next season. 

 

The team will feature Stephanie Schmidt and Jennifer Armstrong of Team Chelsea Carey as well as Krysten Karwacki of Team Darcy Robertson and alternate for Kerri Einarson's rink. 

 

Lauren Mann
Team Lauren Mann

Ontario

Lineup

  • Skip
    Lauren Mann
  • Third
    Shelley Hardy
  • Second
    Steph Mumford
  • Lead
    Steph Corrado

Breakdown

Lauren Mann, who has skipped Quebec at two Scotties Tournament of Hearts, will continue to play in Ontario next season, leading a new team of third Shelley Hardy, second Steph Mumford, lead Steph Corrado and fifth Marteen Jones.

 

Team Danielle Inglis
Team Danielle Inglis

Ottawa, Ontario

Lineup

  • Skip
    Danielle Inglis
  • Third
    Kira Brunton
  • Second
    Cheryl Kreviazuk
  • Lead
    Cassandra de Groot

Breakdown

After disbanding with her former Ontario-based team, Danielle Inglis is sticking in the province and will skip a new squad in 2022-23. 

 

 

 

Mike Fournier
Team Mike Fournier

Ontario

Lineup

  • Skip
    Mike Fournier
  • Third
    Kevin Flewwelling
  • Second
    Sean Harrison
  • Lead
    Zander Elmes

Breakdown

After debating retirement for the past few seasons, veteran Quebec curler Mike Fournier is moving a province over and will skip a new Ontario-based team next season. 

 

The 50-year-old has skipped Quebec at the Tim Hortons Brier three times since 2018, most recently finishing with a 4-4 record at the 2022 Canadian championship in Lethbridge. 

 

 

 

 

Steve Laycock
Team Steve Laycock

Swift Current, Saskatchewan

Lineup

  • Skip
    Steve Laycock
  • Third
    Shaun Meachem
  • Second
    Brayden Stewart
  • Lead
    Chris Haichert

Breakdown

Veteran skip Steve Laycock has announced a new team that will play out of Saskatchewan. 

 

The 39-year-old has made 10 career Brier appearances, including the last three out of British Columbia, playing third for Jim Cotter. Laycock won a world junior title in 2003 and bronze medal at the 2015 Brier in Calgary.

 

Team Jason Camm
Team Jason Camm

Ottawa, Ontario

Lineup

  • Skip
    Jason Camm
  • Third
    Ian Dickie
  • Second
    Zack Shurtleff
  • Lead
    Punit Sthankiya

Breakdown

Jason Camm will skip a new team starting next season after posting a 23-26 record with Matthew Hall, Cameron Goodkey and Jordie Lyon-Hatcher in 2021-22. 

 

Dallan Muyres and Kirk Muyres
Team Dallan Muyres

Saskatchewan

Lineup

  • Skip
    Dallan Muyres
  • Third
    Garret Springer
  • Second
    Jordan Tardi
  • Lead
    Dustin Mikush

Breakdown

Dallan Muyres, 35, will skip his own team starting next season. 

 

Muyres last played in 2019-20, throwing lead stones for his brother, Kirk. 

 

Yannick Schwaller and Michael Brunner
Team Michael Brunner

Bern, Switzerland

Lineup

  • Skip
    Michael Brunner
  • Third
    Romano Meier
  • Second
    Anthony Petoud
  • Lead
    Marcel Käufeler

Breakdown

Michael Brunner, who previously played third for Yannick Schwaller, will now skip the rink based out of Bern, Switzerland.

 

Yannick Schwaller
Team Yannick Schwaller

Geneva, Switzerland

Lineup

  • Skip
    Yannick Schwaller
  • Third
    Benoît Schwarz
  • Second
    Sven Michel
  • Lead
    Pablo Lachat

Breakdown

With Peter De Cruz and Valentin Tanner stepping away from the game, Switzerland has a new curling powerhouse that will attempt to win gold at the 2026 Winter Olympics. 

 

Yannick Schwaller, who led the Swiss to a 6-6 record in his first World Men's Curling Championship this season, takes over for De Cruz and will skip Benoît Schwarz, Sven Michel and Pablo Lachat starting in 2022-23. 

Ashley Howard
Team Ashley Howard

Regina, Saskatchewan

Lineup

  • Skip
    Ashley Howard
  • Third
    Cary-Anne McTaggart
  • Second
    Sara England
  • Lead
    Shelby Brandt

Breakdown

Saskatchewan curler Ashley Howard has announced her new squad for the 2022-23 curling season.

 

“We look forward to welcoming Cary-Anne to the Saskatchewan curling family. She is an exceptional player, with a lifetime of leadership and experience. Sara has grown up around the rink and is a player wise beyond her years. And Shelby is a talented and ultra-competitive athlete with a natural passion for the game," said Howard in a release. "I am excited about the opportunity to play with a talented group that genuinely loves the game. I am eager to share the ice with these ladies as it’s a privilege to call them my teammates.”

Jacques Gauthier
Team Jacques Gauthier

Langley, British Columbia

Lineup

  • Skip
    Jacques Gauthier
  • Third
    Sterling Middleton
  • Second
    Jason Ginter
  • Lead
    Alex Horvath

Breakdown

Former Manitoba curler and 2020 world junior champion Jacques Gauthier will now play out of British Columbia, skipping the team that was previously led by Tyler Tardi. 

 

"Team Gauthier is excited to welcome three new members to the squad that have (cumulatively); three world junior championships, four Canadian junior championships, CIS National Championships, and many more significant wins!" the team said in a FaceBook post. "Jacques, Sterling, Jason, and Alex can’t wait to get their season going out of BC for next year with primary goals of making it to the Grand Slam of Curling and representing British Columbia at the Tim Hortons Brier!"

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Team Andrea Crawford

Fredericton, New Brunswick

Lineup

  • Skip
    Andrea Crawford
  • Third
    Sylvie Quillian
  • Second
    Jill Brothers
  • Lead
    Katie Forward

Breakdown

Following the departure of Jillian Babin, Team Andrea Crawford have announced Nova Scotia's Jill Brothers will join the team as their new second. 

 

"We are very excited to share that Jillian Brothers will be joining our lineup at the second position! Jill’s incredible career resume includes 2004 World Junior silver medalist, 2010 Canadian Mixed Champion, competitor at the 2021 Olympic Pre-Trials, and a five-time Nova Scotia champion at the Scotties Tournament of Hearts," the team said on Facebook. "We are thrilled to add Jill’s amazing skill and work ethic to our team and look forward to the upcoming season. Welcome Jill!"

 

Brothers, who has skipped Nova Scotia at numerous Tournament of Hearts, joins Team Crawford shortly after their bronze medal performance at the 2022 Scotties in Thunder Bay. 

Jessie Hunkin
Team Jessie Hunkin

Alberta

Lineup

  • Skip
    Jessie Hunkin
  • Third
    Kristen Streifel
  • Second
    Becca Hebert
  • Lead
    Dayna Demer

Breakdown

This team previously played out of Saskatchewan and was skipped by Robyn Silvernagle, but will now play out of Alberta. 

 

Team Aaron Sluchinski
Team Aaron Sluchinski

Airdrie, Alberta

Lineup

  • Skip
    Aaron Sluchinski
  • Third
    Jeremy Harty
  • Second
    Kerr Drummond
  • Lead
    Dylan Webster

Breakdown

Team Aaron Sluchinski have added former skip Jeremy Harty from the recently disbanded Team Harty rink to play vice next season in Alberta. 

 

Greg Smith
Team Greg Smith

St. John's, Newfoundland and Labrador

Lineup

  • Skip
    Greg Smith
  • Third
    Adam Boland
  • Second
    Chris Ford
  • Lead
    Zach Young

Breakdown

Greg Smith, a two-time provincial champion, has announced his new squad. 

 

 

 

Mark Kean
Team Mark Kean

Woodstock, Ontario

Lineup

  • Skip
    Mark Kean
  • Third
    Cameron Goodkey
  • Second
    Wes Forget
  • Lead
    Edward Cyr

Breakdown

The new-look Mark Kean rink will play out of Ontario next season. 

 

The team's second Wes Forget played at the Tim Hortons Curling Trials in November as a member of Team Tanner Horgan. 

Laurie St-Georges
Team Laurie St-Georges

Laval, Quebec

Lineup

  • Skip
    Laurie St-Georges
  • Third
    Alanna Routledge
  • Second
    Emily Riley
  • Lead
    Kelly Middaugh

Breakdown

After a three-year run, including two appearances at the Scotties Tournament of Hearts, third Hailey Armstrong parted ways with Team Laurie St-Georges earlier this off-season. The team later announced that longtime lead Cynthia St-Georges was taking a break from curling to focus on school. 

 

Starting next season, Alanna Routledge will play vice and Kelly Middaugh will play lead on Team St-Georges. 

 

 

Team St-Georges went 6-6 at the 2021 Scotties inside the Calgary bubble then posted a 3-5 record at this year's Canadian championship in Thunder Bay. 

Team Breakups

Peter De Cruz, Benoit Schwarz, Sven Michel and Valentin Tanner
Team Peter De Cruz

Geneva, Switzerland

Lineup

  • Skip
    Peter De Cruz
  • Fourth
    Benoît Schwarz
  • Third
    Sven Michel
  • Lead
    Valentin Tanner

Breakdown

Team Peter De Cruz are parting ways at the conclusion of the 2021-22 season. 

 

The current version of the team has played with each other since 2018-19 while Peter De Cruz, Benoit Schwarz and Valentin Tanner have been together since 2009. 

 

"After an emotional, yet fulfilling Olympic cycle that saw us build even stronger relationships between each other, we fell that this is the right moment for us to explore something new," the team said on FaceBook. "Countless great memories have been made over this period and we are extremely thankful for the opportunities and moments that we've shared together." 

 

Team De Cruz has won bronze medals at the World Men's Curling Championship in 2014, 2017, 2019 and 2021 as well as bronze at the 2018 Olympics in South Korea. They also won gold at the 2010 world junior championship and silver at the same event in 2011. 

Team Jason Gunnlaugson
Team Jason Gunnlaugson

Winnipeg, Manitoba

Lineup

  • Skip
    J. Gunnlaugson
  • Third
    Adam Casey
  • Second
    Matt Wozniak
  • Lead
    Connor Njegovan

Breakdown

Jason Gunnlaugson and his rink from Winnipeg, Man., are disbanding at the end of the 2021-22 curling campaign. 

 

Gunnlaugson, 37, has skipped the foursome of third Adam Casey, second Matt Wozniak and lead Connor Njegovan for the past two seasons, appearing in the Tim Hortons Brier each year. He skipped Alex Forrest, Casey and Njegovan at the 2020 Brier in Kingston as well before the addition of Wozniak the following season. 

 

It appears Wozniak and Casey will be taking a step back from competitive curling next season, according to a team release. 

 

"As we move forward, we will be parting ways at the end of the season with focus shifting to family for Matt and Adam," the release said. 

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Team Mike McEwen

Winnipeg, Manitoba

Lineup

  • Skip
    Mike McEwen
  • Third
    Reid Carruthers
  • Second
    Derek Samagalski
  • Lead
    Colin Hodgson

Breakdown

Manitoba's Team Mike McEwen have announced they will be parting ways at the end of the 2021-22 season after spending the past four years together. 

 

McEwen joined forces with third Reid Carruthers, second Derek Samagalski and lead Colin Hodgson in the 2018-19 season. Carruthers, Samagalski and Hodgson have played together for eight seasons. 

 

They qualified for the Brier in each of their four seasons together, representing Manitoba twice and Wild Card two other times. 

 

Team McEwen went 4-4 at November's Tim Hortons Curling Trials. 

Chelsea Carey
Team Chelsea Carey

Regina, Saskatchewan

Lineup

  • Skip
    Chelsea Carey
  • Third
    Jolene Campbell
  • Second
    Stephanie Schmidt
  • Lead
    Jennifer Armstrong

Breakdown

Regina's Team Chelsea Carey are the latest curling squad that will call it quits at the conclusion of the 2021-22 season. 

 

 

Carey, third Jolene Campbell, second Stephanie Schmidt, lead Jennifer Armstrong and alternate Rachel Erickson announced on Twitter on Sunday that they will go their separate ways after one season together. 

 

"We had such a fun run together this season,” Carey said in a statement. "We got an early-season win in Saskatoon and made the playoffs in every event after that before playing in the Scotties as a Wild Card team. Our sponsors made this season possible and while we're still battling through this pandemic, it's so important to have loyal companies supporting you. We can't thank them all enough for having our backs during a season filled with so many unknowns from start to finish."

Michelle Englot
Team Michelle Englot

Regina, Saskatchewan

Lineup

  • Skip
    Michelle Englot
  • Third
    Sara England
  • Second
    Shelby Brandt
  • Lead
    Nicole Bende

Breakdown

After three seasons together, Team Michelle Englot are parting ways. 

 

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Team John Epping

Toronto, Ontario

Lineup

  • Skip
    John Epping
  • Third
    Ryan Fry
  • Second
    Mat Camm
  • Lead
    Brent Laing

Breakdown

Team John Epping announced on Saturday that this will be the final season playing with third Ryan Fry and lead Brent Laing.

 

Epping and Mat Camm, who have played together for seven seasons, will stay together with more team announcements to come. 

 

The current version of Team Epping have been together for three seasons, making Brier appearances in 2020 and 2021 as well as the Tim Hortons Curling Trials earlier this season. 

Matt Dunstone Braeden Moskowy
Team Matt Dunstone

Regina, Saskatchewan

Lineup

  • Skip
    Matt Dunstone
  • Third
    Braeden Moskowy
  • Second
    Kirk Muyres
  • Lead
    Dustin Kidby

Breakdown

Saskatchewan's Matt Dunstone, Braeden Moskowy, Kirk Muyres and Dustin Kidby will go their separate ways at the end of the 2021-22 curling campaign after a four-year run together. 

 

 

"The last four years with this team have been some of the best years I have ever lived. I am so thankful for every moment, every win, loss I got to share with these guys," said Dunstone in a statement. "Some people never get to play with a friend over their career, I've been fortunate enough to say I got to play with three of my best friends the last four seasons and I will forever be thankful for them, their families and the wonder people of Saskatchewan that have treated me like their own the last five years."  

 

As a group, Team Dunstone have competed at the last three Briers, capturing bronze in 2021. Dunstone also earned a bronze in 2020 with Catlin Schneider in the lineup before the addition of Muyres. Team Dunstone qualified for November's Tim Hortons Curling Trials, but were without Moskowy, who missed the event due to "personal reasons." 

Colton Lott
Team Colton Lott

Winnipeg Beach, Manitoba

Lineup

  • Skip
    Colton Lott
  • Third
    Tanner Lott
  • Second
    Kyle Doering
  • Lead
    Emerson Klimpke

Breakdown

Team Colton Lott are disbanding at the end of the 2021-22 curing season. 

 

 

The young foursome, skipped by two-time Canadian junior champion Lott, lost to Team Mike McEwen in the Manitoba final this season. Lott, 26, has spared at both the Tim Hortons Curling Trials and Tim Hortons Brier this season. 

Brendan Bottcher
Team Brendan Bottcher

Edmonton, Alberta

Lineup

  • Skip
    Brendan Bottcher
  • Third
    Patrick Janssen
  • Second
    Bradley Thiessen
  • Lead
    Karrick Martin

Breakdown

Brendan Bottcher, Bradley Thiessen and Karrick Martin have played together for over a decade, but will part ways at the end of the 2021-22 season.

 

 

Team Bottcher, with Darren Moulding playing third, made it to the Tim Hortons Brier final in four straight years, highlighted by their first Tankard victory inside the Calgary bubble in 2021.

 

A falling out after November's Tim Hortons Curling Trials saw Moulding be replaced by alternate Patrick Janssen for the Brier in Lethbridge. As Team Canada, Bottcher and company had a solid week, but lost to the eventual champions led by Brad Gushue in the semi-final. 

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Team Laura Walker

Edmonton, Alberta

Lineup

  • Skip
    Laura Walker
  • Third
    Kate Cameron
  • Second
    Taylor McDonald
  • Lead
    Nadine Scotland

Breakdown

After a three-year run together, Edmonton's Laura Walker will part ways at the end of the 2021-22 season. 

 

 

"We are so thankful to have spent the last three years together and have built some lifelong friends along the way," the team said in a release. "We were together through many highs and lows, and we are very grateful for what we have accomplished as a team along the way." 

 

Walker, 31, has led her rink to three straight appearances at the Tournament of Hearts, highlighted by a third-place finish in 2021. 

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Team Kevin Koe

Calgary, Alberta

Lineup

  • Skip
    Kevin Koe
  • Third
    BJ Neufled
  • Second
    John Morris
  • Lead
    Ben Hebert

Breakdown

Team Kevin Koe have officially announced that they will part ways at the end of the 2021-22 season. 

 

 

John Morris later announced that he was retiring from competitive men's curling. 

 

The Alberta team, who were finalists at the 2022 Brier in Lethbridge, were long rumoured to be breaking up at the end of this season. 

Team Brad Jacobs
Team Brad Jacobs

Sault Ste. Marie, Ontario

Lineup

  • Skip
    Brad Jacobs
  • Third
    Marc Kennedy
  • Second
    EJ Harnden
  • Lead
    Ryan Harnden

Breakdown

After three seasons together with Marc Kennedy and 16 seasons with EJ and Ryan Harnden, Team Brad Jacobs are calling it quits at the end of this season. 

 

 

The Harnden brothers as well as Kennedy will continue to compete on teams "that will be announced in the near future" while Jacobs is taking at least one year off from competitive curling, the team said in a release. 

Team Tanner Horgan
Team Tanner Horgan

Kingston, Ontario

Lineup

  • Skip
    Tanner Horgan
  • Third
    Jon Beuk
  • Second
    Wes Forget
  • Lead
    Scott Chadwick

Breakdown

Team Tanner Horgan will part ways at the end of the season.

 

Horgan's rink qualified for the Tim Hortons Curling Trials in November after a solid run at the Home Hardware Pre-Trials. At the Trials in Saskatoon, Team Horgan went 1-7. 

 Cary-Anne McTaggart Susan O'Connor Kristie Moore Casey Scheidegger Jesse Haughian,
Team Casey Scheidegger

Lethbridge, Alberta

Lineup

  • Skip
    Casey Scheidegger
  • Third
    McTaggart
  • Second
    Jessie Haughian
  • Lead
    Kristie Moore

Breakdown

Weeks after parting ways with longtime third Cary-Anne McTaggart, Team Casey Scheidegger announced they'll fully disband at the end of the season. 

 

"After further reflection, the remaining members of Team Scheidegger have decided to go separate ways for the upcoming season," the team said on Facebook. "We need to thank our families for all the support they’ve given us over the years. We love you."

 

The Scheidegger rink went to two Scotties Tournament of Hearts in 2018 and 2019. They also competed together in the 2017 and 2021 Canadian Olympic Trials, finishing with a 4-4 record at the most recent Trials in November. 

Tracy Fleury
Team Tracy Fleury

East St. Paul, Manitoba

Lineup

  • Skip
    Tracy Fleury
  • Third
    Selena Njegovan
  • Second
    Liz Fyfe
  • Lead
    Kristin MacCuish

Breakdown

Following a four-year run together, Team Tracy Fleury are disbanding at the end of the 2021-22 season. 

 

Team Fleury were one of the best teams on the planet earlier this season, highlighted by an 8-0 round robin performance at November's Tim Hortons Curling Trials before losing to Team Jennifer Jones in the final.

 

 

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Team Jennifer Jones

Winnipeg, Manitoba

Lineup

  • Skip
    Jennifer Jones
  • Third
    Kaitlyn Lawes
  • Second
    Jocelyn Peterman
  • Lead
    Weagle/McEwen

Breakdown

A few days after legendary lead Dawn McEwen announced she was retiring, Team Jennifer Jones revealed that they will be disbanding at the end of the 2021-22 season.

 

 

"We wanted our fans and the curling community to hear it from us first that we have decided to go in different directions once the season is over," the team said in a release. "It's been an incredible journey and we are so thankful for every game and every moment spent together over the last few years."

 

Jennifer Jones is a six-time Scotties Tournament of Hearts champion, winning two of those titles with Kaitlyn Lawes as well as Olympic gold in 2014 and a world championship in 2018, since they joined forces in 2010. 

 

"We couldn't have more admiration or respect for each other and we will continue to support each other in whatever comes next," the statement said.

 

 

McEwen, 41, has played with Jones for the past 16 seasons, capturing five Scotties, two world championships, Olympic gold in 2014 as well as 15 Grand Slam wins.

 

Jones, Lawes and McEwen made a second Olympic appearance together last month, missing the playoffs.  

 

In February of 2019, McEwen was named the greatest Canadian female lead of all-time after earning 18 our of 31 first-place votes as part of TSN's Greatest Canadian Curlers project. 

 

Jocelyn Peterman has been with the team since 2018 while Lisa Weagle served as an alternate this past season. 

Tyler Tardi
Team Tyler Tardi

Langley, British Columbia

Lineup

  • Skip
    Tyler Tardi
  • Third
    Sterling Middleton
  • Second
    Jason Ginter
  • Lead
    Jordan Tardi

Breakdown

Team Tyler Tardi will go their separate ways at the conclusion of the 2021-22 season. 

 

In a statement, the team said Tardi has chosen to leave the team for a new opportunity and the rest of the team will disband as a result. 

 

 

‘I’m sad because I’m leaving my team, my brother, my friends, they are all family to me. I’m looking forward to facing a new challenge, a new opportunity," said Tardi. 

 

The 23-year-old Tardi won three straight Canadian junior championships from 2017 to 2019. Middleton was with Tardi for all three while his brother, Jordan, was with him for two. Tardi also won world junior titles in 2018 and 2019. 

 

Team Tardi said they will play in one last event together -  the Best of the West to be held in Saskatoon from April 22-24.

Team Jeremy Harty
Team Jeremy Harty

Calgary, Alberta

Lineup

  • Skip
    Jeremy Harty
  • Third
    Kyler Kleibrink
  • Second
    Joshua Kiist
  • Lead
    Kurtis Goller

Breakdown

Calgary's Team Jeremy Harty are going their separate ways. 

 

"We are not sure what the future holds for each of us as we look towards next season, but we can assure you that we will be at a rink in one way or another," the team said in a release.

 

See the full thread of their announcement below: 

Greg Smith
Team Greg Smith

St. John's, Newfoundland and Labrador

Lineup

  • Skip
    Greg Smith
  • Third
    Greg Blyde
  • Second
    Carter Small
  • Lead
    Alex McDonah

Breakdown

Following a two year run, Team Greg Smith of Newfoundland and Labrador are parting ways. The foursome competed at the 2021 Brier, posting a 2-6 record. 

 

Jacques Gauthier
Team Jacques Gauthier

Winnipeg, Manitoba

Lineup

  • Skip
    Jacques Gauthier
  • Third
    Jordan Peters
  • Second
    Brayden Payette
  • Lead
    Cole Chandler

Breakdown

Manitoba's Team Jacques Gauthier are going their separate ways. 

 

Jacques Gauthier, Jordan Peters and Brayden Payette won the 2020 World Junior Curling Championship together. 

 

Darcy Robertson
Team Darcy Robertson

Winnipeg, Manitoba

Lineup

  • Skip
    Darcy Robertson
  • Third
    Laura Burtnyk
  • Second
    Gaetanne Gauthier
  • Lead
    Krysten Karwacki

Breakdown

Team Darcy Robertson announced on Twitter that they have parted ways following a four-year run together. 

 

The team said they would each pursue their own "curling and personal opportunities." 

 

Team Sherry Anderson
Team Sherry Anderson

Saskatoon, Saskatchewan

Lineup

  • Skip
    Sherry Anderson
  • Third
    Nancy Martin
  • Second
    Chaelynn Kitz
  • Lead
    Breanne Knapp

Breakdown

Team Sherry Anderson are going their separate ways, the foursome announced on Facebook. 

 

Anderson is set to focus on her senior curling team while Nancy Martin and Chaelynn Kitz are looking to keep curling, but are not sure if they will play together or on separate teams. Breanne Knapp is stepping away from the sport to focus on her young family. 

 

"Well I have decided that next year I will only play on one curling team with my veteran squad of Patty Hersikorn, Brenda Goertzen and Anita Silvernagle," Anderson said on Facebook. "I want to thank Nancy Martin, Chaelynn Kitz and Breanne Meakin for the last two seasons. As crazy as they were in Covid times, we shared some wonderful experiences together. Thanks you three. Good luck Breanne with the baby. I can't wait to hold him or her. Nancy, I wish you all the best in your mixed doubles career. And if anyone is looking for an awesome sweeper, great thrower, and even better teammate, give Chaelynn a call. Thanks again to all of our sponsors, supporters and family for being there for us."

 

Team Anderson represented Saskatchewan at the 2021 Scotties, making the championship pool and finishing with a 6-6 record. 

Kourtney Fesser
Team Ashley Howard

Regina, Saskatchewan

Lineup

  • Skip
    Ashley Howard
  • Third
    Kourtney Fesser
  • Second
    Krista Fesser
  • Lead
    Kaylin Skinner

Breakdown

After three years with the Team Ashley Howard, third Kourtney Fesser is taking a step back from curling. 

 

"After three seasons together, our third Kourtney has decided to take a step back from curling," the team said on Facebook. "We are grateful for everything Kourtney has given to the team over the past 3 seasons and we wish her nothing but the best!"

 

The remaining three members of Team Howard later announced that they will fully disband.

 

"After further consideration, Kaylin, Krista, and Ashley have decided to go in different directions next year. We wish nothing but the best for each other," the team said on FaceBook. 

Players Leaving

Eve Muirhead
Eve Muirhead (Team Muirhead)

Stirling, Scotland

Lineup

  • Skip
    -
  • Third
    Jennifer Dodds
  • Second
    Hailey Duff
  • Lead
    Beth Farmer

Breakdown

Fresh off winning the gold medal at the Olympics in Beijing, Scotland's Eve Muirhead have decided to retire from the sport of curling. 

 

 

Korey Dropkin
Team Korey Dropkin

Duluth, Minnesota

Lineup

  • Skip
    Korey Dropkin
  • Third
    -
  • Second
    Mark Fenner
  • Lead
    Thomas Howell

Breakdown

Third Joe Polo is stepping away from curling to spend more time with his growing family while alternate Alex Fenson is leaving Team Dropkin as he continues to pursue his education. 

 

The American foursome have yet to announce any replacements. 

 

 

Team Dropkin finished second at the United States Olympic Trials in November and fourth at the World Men's Curling Championship in April from Las Vegas. 

Lisa Weagle
Lisa Weagle (Team Jennifer Jones)

Ottawa, Ontario

Breakdown

Three-time Scotties Tournament of Hearts champion Lisa Weagle, who represented Canada at the Olympics as an alternate for the soon to be disbanded Jennifer Jones rink, announced she will be stepping away from four-person curling next year and will focus on mixed doubles. 

 

Joanne Courtney
Joanne Courtney (Team Rachel Homan)

Ottawa, Ontario

Lineup

  • Skip
    Rachel Homan
  • Third
    Emma Miskew
  • Second
    Sarah Wilkes
  • Lead
    -

Breakdown

Joanne Courtney, lead for Ontario's Team Rachel Homan, will take some time away from competitive curling at the conclusion of the 2021-22 season to focus on her family and career. 

“It is bittersweet to be stepping away from the team at the end of the season and taking a break from curling,” said Courtney. “When I got the call eight years ago, I could not have imagined how much joining Team Homan would change my life. Playing at the highest level in the sport I love has been a dream come true. The pursuit of excellence requires relentless effort, and I am proud of my personal growth through my time on this team. I will continue to be inspired by the drive and dedication of my teammates as I step away from the game.”

 

The foursome of Homan, third Emma Miskew, second Courtney and lead Lisa Weagle had some great success over the years, including winning the Scotties Tournament of Hearts, World Women's Curling Championship and the Roar of the Rings Olympic Trials during the calendar year of 2017. Team Homan finished sixth at the 2018 Winter Olympics in South Korea. Courtney has also won eight Grand Slams with Team Homan over eight years. 

 

Mary-Anne Arsenault
Mary-Anne Arsenault (Team Arsenault)

Kelowna, BC

Lineup

  • Skip
    -
  • Third
    Jeanna Schraeder
  • Second
    Sasha Carter
  • Lead
    Renee Simons

Breakdown

Scotties legend Mary-Anne Arsenault is retiring from the women's curling circuit and will now focus her attention on the senior level. 

 

 

The five-time Canadian champion made five Scotties appearances over her long career, 14 with Nova Scotia and one in 2022 with British Columbia.  

Robyn Silvernagle
Robyn Silvernagle (Team Silvernagle)

North Battleford, Saskatchewan

Lineup

  • Skip
    -
  • Third
    Jessie Hunkin
  • Second
    Kristen Streifel
  • Lead
    Dayna Demers

Breakdown

Robyn Silvernagle, who represented Saskatchewan at the 2019 and 2020 Scotties, is leaving her team to take care of her baby Kolt. 

 

 

Jessie Hunkin will take over skip duties for the new-Alberta based team in 2022-23. 

Ryan Wiebe
Team Ryan Wiebe

Winnipeg, Manitoba

Lineup

  • Skip
    Ryan Wiebe
  • Third
    Ty Di Lello
  • Second
    Sean Flatt
  • Lead
    Adam Flatt

Announcement

Kristy Watling
Team Kristy Watling

Winnipeg, Manitoba

Lineup

  • Skip
    Kristy Watling
  • Third
    Hailey Ryan
  • Second
    Emile Rafnson
  • Lead
    Sarah Pyke

Announcement

Team Jacqueline Harrison Power Pose
Team Jacqueline Harrison

Mississauga, Ontario

Lineup

  • Skip
    Jacqueline Harrison
  • Third
    Alli Flaxey
  • Second
    Lynn Kreviazuk
  • Lead
    Laura Hickey

Announcement

Team Jacqueline Harrison announced on Instagram that they will continue to play together next year after qualifying for the Tim Hortons Curling Trials this season. 
Colton Flasch
Team Colton Flasch

Saskatoon, Saskatchewan

Lineup

  • Skip
    Colton Flasch
  • Third
    Catlin Schneider
  • Second
    Kevin Marsh
  • Lead
    Daniel Marsh

Announcement

Team Krista McCarville
Team Krista McCarville

Thunder Bay, Ontario

Lineup

  • Skip
    Krista McCarville
  • Third
    Kendra Lilly
  • Second
    Ashley Sippala
  • Lead
    Sarah Potts

Announcement

Laura Walker and Kirk Muyres
Team Walker-Muyres

Alberta/Saskatchewan

Lineup

  • Discipline
    Mixed Doubles
  • Player 1
    Laura Walker
  • Player 2
    Kirk Muyres

Announcement

Laura Walker and Kirk Muyres announced that they will exclusively focus on the mixed doubles discipline during the next Olympic quadrennial. 

 

Christina Black
Team Christina Black

Halifax, Nova Scotia

Lineup

  • Skip
    Christina Black
  • Third
    Jennifer Baxter
  • Second
    Karlee Jones
  • Lead
    Shelley Barker

Announcement

Team Kelsey Rocque Power Pose
Team Kelsey Rocque

Edmonton, Alberta

Lineup

  • Skip
    Kelsey Rocque
  • Third
    Danielle Schmiemann
  • Second
    Dana Ferguson
  • Lead
    Rachel Brown

Announcement

Hollie Duncan
Team Hollie Duncan

Woodstock, Ontario

Lineup

  • Skip
    Hollie Duncan
  • Third
    Megan Balsdon
  • Second
    Rachelle Strybosch
  • Lead
    Tess Bobbie

Announcement

Amber Holland
Team Amber Holland

Saskatoon, Saskatchewan

Lineup

  • Skip
    Amber Holland
  • Third
    Kim Schneider
  • Second
    Karlee Korchinski
  • Lead
    Deb Lozinski

Announcement