Happy Friday Everyone! Hope you’ve enjoyed watching the first two days of the Home Hardware Canada Cup on ESPN3 and TSN. The action continues today, Saturday, and culminates with the men’s and women’s finals on Sunday.
Once again, there’s a lot going on, so let’s get to your Curling Headlines for Friday, December 5th:
* Home Hardware Canada Cup game recaps for Draw 4, Draw 5, and Draw 6.
* More Canada Cup coverage here, here, and here.
* U.S. National Mixed Doubles Championships standings are here.
* Live scoring for the U.S. Curling Grand Prix is here. This is part of Curling Night in America coverage which will be broadcasted on NBCSN and Universal Sports later on this winter.
* Terry Jones: Grande Prairie expected to host next season’s Canada Cup and Scotties Tournament of Hearts.
* Mike McEwen steps out of wife Dawn’s shadow, makes name for self. More on red-hot McEwen rink here.
* ESPN inks broadcasting deal with Canadian Curling Association.
* Wheelchair curler Marie Wright earns funding from Sport Canada.
* Lineup for Tim Hortons B.C. Junior Curling Championships at the Parksville Curling Club are set.
* Northern Ice wheelchair curling team sets sites on Paralympics.
* Buffalo Curling Club hosts opening ceremony at Buffalo RiverWorks.
* Campbellford Curling Club hosted Ontario Curling Association’s Tim Hortons Masters Competition.
* Keely Brown named Elite Athlete by City of Airdrie.
* Charlotte Curling Association hosts grand opening and open house on December 13.
* Roger Fast rink moves within a point of first spot in Haney Masters Curling.
* Marc Kennedy, John Morris go back to school.
* Retirees Curling at the Trail Curling Club.