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M: New Holland Canadian Junior Mens Championship
M: Meridian Canadian Open
W: New Holland Canadian Junior Womens Championship
W: Meridian Canadian Open
M: SaskTel Tankard Northern Qualifier
M: SaskTel Tankard Southern Qualifier
M: Dairy Farmers of Ontario Tankard - Challenge Round
M: Challenge Assurances Jean Gamache
W: Glynhill Ladies International
: USA Mixed Doubles Championship
M: New Brunswick Tankard Prelims
M: German Masters
M: TBayTel Major League of Curling
W: Kisakallio Open
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Man Curl Tour Classic -- Ranking

Oct 7 - 10, 2016
Team Prize (CDN) Points
1.   Braden Calvert $3,000  20.250 
2.   Richard Muntain $2,000  15.911 
3.   Daley Peters $1,350  12.295 
3.   Brad Haight $1,350  12.295 
5.   Derek Oryniak $1,000  8.679 
5.   David Bohn $1,000  8.679 
5.   Dennis Bohn $1,000  8.679 
5.   William Kuran $1,000  8.679 
9.   Taylor McIntyre $---  0.868 
9.   Tian Yu Zhang $---  0.868 
9.   Kyle McCannell $---  0.868 
12.   Justin Reynolds $---  --- 
12.   Rob Atkins $---  --- 
12.   Sean Grassie $---  --- 

Curling Scores

Click Event to Show Scoreboard
M: New Holland Canadian Junior Mens Championship
M: Meridian Canadian Open
W: New Holland Canadian Junior Womens Championship
W: Meridian Canadian Open
M: SaskTel Tankard Northern Qualifier
M: SaskTel Tankard Southern Qualifier
M: Dairy Farmers of Ontario Tankard - Challenge Round
M: Challenge Assurances Jean Gamache
W: Glynhill Ladies International
: USA Mixed Doubles Championship
M: New Brunswick Tankard Prelims
M: German Masters
M: TBayTel Major League of Curling
W: Kisakallio Open
Eastern European Time (EET)
Full Scoreboard  |  Play Fantasy Pick'em!  

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British Columbia wins New Holland Canadian Junior Mens Championship

British Columbia wins New Holland Canadian Junior Mens Championship

(Photo: Michael Burns/Curling Canada) SHAWINIGAN, Quebec - Tyler Tardi and his British Columbia team will travel to Scotland in just over a month with some unfinished business to take care of.

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