The plan was to give top teams in the country that play out of strongly contested provinces a second chance to get into the Brier and Scotties Tournament of Hearts. On Friday, the wild-card game.
Team Jennifer Jones will be competing as a wild card at the Scotties Tournament of Hearts for the very first time after winning Friday night's Wild Card game 8-7.
Two wild-card teams -- the top two non-qualified teams in the Canadian Team Rankings System (CTRS) -- meet Feb. 14 in a play-in game with the winner gaining entry into the main draw the following day.
Casey Scheidegger scored a single point in the 10th end for a 7-6 win over Kerri Einarson in the wild-card game Friday night at the Scotties Tournament of Hearts. Scheidegger drew the four-foot ring with her final throw for the victory. Einarson struggled mightily with her draw weight throughout the game and it proved costly. Scheidegger will be known as Team Wild Card for the rest of the.
Related: A closer look at the Scotties field. Einarsson (Manitoba) faced off against 2016 Scotties champion Chelsea Carey (Alberta) in the tournament’s first ever Wild Card game, to determine which team would receive the 16th and final spot in the competition. The pair were the top two ranked teams on the Canadian Team Ranking System that did.
When Curling Canada, in consultation with curlers across the country, came up with a plan to create a wild-card play-in game at the national men’s and women’s championships, this is exactly.
It will be an epic all-Manitoba Wild Card clash when Jennifer Jones and Tracy Fleury meet up for the right to play their way into the 2020 Scotties Tournament of Hearts. The two will meet on Valentine’s Day, just prior to the commencement of the regular schedule of the prestigious national championship with the winner moving on to regular play on Saturday, Feb. 15, in Moose Jaw, Sask.
SYDNEY, N.S. — For one team it’s a golden opportunity to become an instant contender in the Scotties Tournament of Hearts and for the other, it’s a very long trip for nothing.As Kerri.
The Scotties Tournament of Hearts takes place Feb 15 - 23, 2020 in Moose Jaw, Saskatchewan, featuring 16 teams playing for the title.
Rachel Homan’s team will be representing Ontario, and is the favorite to win the 2019 Scotties Tournament of Hearts. (Image: Grand Slam of Curling) (Image: Grand Slam of Curling) The tournament features teams representing every province and territory in Canada, with the winner going on to represent Canada in the World Women’s Curling Championship.
Jennifer Jones gains entry into Hearts field, beats Tracy Fleury in Scotties wild-card game But Silvernagle wasn’t the only Saskatchewan team highlighted Saturday. Sandra Schmirler’s teammates Joan McCusker, Jan Betker and Marcia Gudereit threw the ceremonial first rock, and Schmirler’s daughters, Sara and Jenna England, held the broom at the other end.
SYDNEY, N.S. - After a 36-hour cross-country trip to get to the Scotties Tournament of Hearts, Casey Scheidegger wanted her appearance to last more than one game.
The new team had a solid 2018-19 season but lost its two most important games — the Manitoba final (to Tracy Fleury) and the Scotties wild card game (to Casey Scheidegger).
The Wild Card game at Mosaic Place on February 14 will feature six-time Scotties champion Jennifer Jones, taking onTracy Fleury after both teams fell short to Kerri Einarsonin the Manitoba championship. Team Jones and Team Fleury qualified for the Wild Card Game as the top two teams on the Canadian Team Ranking System that didn’t win their provincial or territorial championship.
Casey Scheidegger scored a single point in the 10th end for a 7-6 win over Kerri Einarson in the wild-card game Friday night at the Scotties Tournament of Hearts.
Skip Rachel Homan, right, and lead Lisa Weagle are guaranteed a berth in the Scotties wildcard game on Feb. 15 at Centre 200. The draw will determine the 16th and final team in the field. Homan.
Still, a last-rock draw for an edgy 8-7 victory over provincial Tracy Fleury in Friday’s Wild Card game now gives Jones the the opportunity to pass Colleen Jones and secure a record seventh Scotties Tournament of Hearts triumph, in this, her 15th appearance at the national women’s championship.
Scheidegger beats Einarson in wild-card game at Scotties Tournament of Hearts. SYDNEY, N.S. — After a 36-hour cross-country trip to get to the Scotties Tournament of Hearts, Casey Scheidegger wanted her appearance to last more than one game. A draw to the four-foot ring for the win did the trick. 0. Feb 15, 2019 7:35 PM By: Canadian Press. SYDNEY, N.S. — After a 36-hour cross-country trip.
Jones will play in the Scotties Tournament of Hearts for the 15th time in her career starting Saturday. The six-time champ from Winnipeg will compete as Team Wild Card for the first time since the play-in game was introduced to the tournament format in 2018. The two top-ranked women's teams in Curling Canada's Canadian Team Rankings System (CTRS) that didn't win their province or territory got.