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CHAMPION: Martin Wins 2011 GP Car and Home Players' Championship

Apr 12 - 18, 2011

Edmonton, Alberta
Player Photo
SKIP
Kevin
Martin

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Third
John
Morris

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Second
Marc
Kennedy

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Lead
Ben
Hebert

 
Games: 6  
Record: 6W - 0L  
PF/G: 7.73  
PA/G: 4.09  
Hammer Efficiency: 0.56  
Steal Defense: 0.17  
Force Efficiency: 0.73  
Steal Efficiency: 0.43  
Kevin Martin (Edmonton, AB) won 6-3 over Niklas Edin (Karlstad, SWE) in the Final To advance to the championship game, Martin won 7-6 over Kevin Koe (Edmonton, AB) in the semifinals of the 2011 GP Car and Home Players' Championship in Grande Prairie, Alberta; and won 6-2 over Braeden Moskowy (Regina, SK) in the quarterfinals.
 
Martin finished 3-0 in the 0 team GP Car and Home Players' Championship qualifying round, held April 12 - 18, 2011 in , . In their opening game, Martin defeated Steve Petryk (Calgary, AB) 5-2, then won 5-4 against Allan Lyburn (Brandon, MB) and 5-1 against Glenn Howard (Coldwater, ON) in their final qualifying round match.
 
For winning the GP Car and Home Players' Championship Championship title, Martin earned 45.000 world rankings points along with the $25,000CDN first prize chequeFor winning the GP Car and Home Players' Championship Championship title, Martin earned 0.000 world rankings points along with the $25,000CDN first prize chequeFor winning the GP Car and Home Players' Championship Championship title, Martin earned 0.000 world rankings points along with the $25,000CDN first prize cheque, remaining in 1st place overall on the World Ranking Standings with a net gain of 27 after improving upon their best so far this season. Martin ranks 1st overall on the Year-to-Date rankings with 256.040 points earned so far this season.
 

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