Thunder Bay set to host Canada's best curlers at 2022 Scotties

It’s back to the bubble for the 2022 Scotties Tournament of Hearts. Let's take a closer look at the teams that will be competing in Thunder Bay.

Ryan Horne, TSN.ca

Curling Notes

2022 Curling Roster Tracker

With Team Brad Gushue and Team Jennifer Jones winning the Tim Hortons Curling Trials in November, 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.

2022 Curling Roster Tracker

Scotties Tournament of Hearts Starts Friday

McCarville unsure if Scotties in her hometown is an advantage without fans

While having the Scotties in your home town might usually be an advantage, Krista McCarville isn't sure if that's the case this time around, as there will be no fans in attendance in Thunder Bay. The Northern Ontario Skip joins Bob Weeks to talk about her teams preparation and readiness going into this year's tournament.

Birchard on entering the Scotties as two-time defending champions: 'We're pretty confident'

Shannon Birchard is a member of the two-time defending Canadian champions in Team Einarson who will be looking for their third-straight win at the Scotties Tournament of Hearts. She spoke to Bob Weeks about how her team has been preparing for a three-peat, as well as what it's like to play with no fans in a bubble.

Galusha on entering her 19th Scotties: 'It gets more and more exciting'

Skip of Team Northwest Territories Kerry Galusha joins Bob Weeks to discuss entering her 19th Scotties Tournament of Hearts, adjusting to pandemic life in the curling world, and the Scotties never gets old for her.

Miskew to skip Team Homan at Scotties

With regular skip Rachel Homan set to compete in mixed doubles at the Winter Olympics next month in Beijing, third Emma Miskew will call the shots and throw last rocks for the team out of the Ottawa Curling Club at this year's Scotties Tournament of Hearts in Thunder Bay.

Scotties on TSN Broadcast Schedule

Scotties on TSN Broadcast Schedule

Morris putting Aussie connection aside for Beijing Olympics

John Morris has helped the Australian mixed doubles team of Tahli Gill and Dean Hewitt reach new heights the past few seasons as their coach. However, Morris won’t be working double duty in Beijing, calling Canada his “No. 1 priority.”

- Ryan Horne, TSN.ca
Morris putting Aussie connection aside for Beijing Olympics

Scotties Tournament of Hearts gets go-ahead in Thunder Bay

The Canadian women's curling championship has the green light to proceed in Thunder Bay.

Weagle, Kennedy tabbed as Canadian mixed doubles backups at Beijing Games

Veteran curlers Marc Kennedy and Lisa Weagle will serve as backups in the event an injury or positive COVID-19 test forces a change to the Canadian mixed doubles roster before the start of the Beijing Games.

Gushue ready to embrace another Olympics amid 'wild and wacky' circumstances

Brad Gushue and his team earned their spot in the Olympics in dramatic fashion last November and he spoke with TSN's Bob Weeks about navigating through a pandemic to make it safely to Beijing, how familiarity within the team will help during a lengthy layoff between action and reflect on his Olympic journey in 2006 and how it compares to this adventure.

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Gushue ready to embrace another Olympics amid 'wild and wacky' circumstances

Homan selection for Beijing gives Duncan a Scotties berth

Rachel Homan and John Morris weren't the only ones celebrating after their selection to wear the Maple Leaf in mixed doubles curling competition at the Beijing Olympics. The nomination also cleared the path for Team Hollie Duncan to represent Ontario at the national championship.

Gold means confidence, less pressure for US curler Shuster

John Shuster won't be catching anyone by surprise at these Olympics.

Kamloops to host 2023 Scotties Tournament of Hearts

Kamloops, B.C., has been selected as the host city of the 2023 Scotties Tournament of Hearts.

Which Canadian mixed doubles team should be selected for Beijing?

With no Trials to play, Curling Canada is now tasked with the decision of picking the mixed doubles duo to send to the Beijing Olympics. Let’s look at some of the options that will be considered.

Ryan Horne, TSN.ca

Canada's Olympic mixed doubles curling trials cancelled due to COVID-19

Canada's Olympic mixed doubles curling trials have been cancelled. Curling Canada says it made the decision because of a rise in athletes testing positive for the COVID-19 virus.

Former Bottcher vice Moulding to join Team Grattan

It didn't take long for Darren Moulding's phone to start blowing up after news of his departure from Team Brendan Bottcher was made official earlier this month. After taking a few weeks to consider his options, Moulding has decided to join Team James Grattan. The team made it official Wednesday evening via social media channels.

Former Bottcher vice Moulding to join Team Grattan

Epping outlasts Koe in Banff, Walker wins in Avonair as playdowns near

John Epping and his rink from Toronto played some of the best curling of their season out West this weekend to win the ATB Banff Classic, beating Kevin Koe in the final, 7-5.

Curling - Year in Review

Curling - Year in Review

The past 12 months in curling won’t be forgotten anytime soon. Like everything in the world, curling was forced to pivot and acclimate to the ever-changing nature of the pandemic in 2021.

- Ryan Horne

Bottcher, Moulding Split

Contentious breakup for Team Bottcher

One of the game’s most successful teams made a dramatic alteration to its lineup on Friday with Team Bottcher, the reigning Canadian men’s champions, parting ways with third Darren Moulding. Bob Weeks has more.

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Contentious breakup for Team Bottcher

Continental Cup cancelled due to 'travel restrictions, isolation requirements'

The Continental Cup curling competition was cancelled for a second straight season Wednesday due to challenges stemming from the pandemic.

Gunnlaugson, Holland victorious at DEKALB Superspiel

Jason Gunnlaugson's rink from Winnipeg returned to the pebbled ice this weekend and captured the DEKALB Superspiel following a 5-3 win over Team Karsten Sturmay in the final on Monday.