2012 Challenge Chateau Cartier de Gatineau

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2012 Challenge Chateau Cartier de Gatineau
Host city Gatineau, Quebec
Buckingham, Quebec
Arena Centre Sportif Robert-Rochon
Buckingham Curling Club
DatesOctober 25–28
Men's winner Flag of Nova Scotia.svg Mark Dacey
Skip Mark Dacey
Third Tom Sullivan
Second Steve Burgess
Lead Andrew Gibson
Finalist Flag of Newfoundland and Labrador.svg Brad Gushue
Women's winner Flag of Ontario.svg Julie Reddick
Skip Julie Reddick
Third Carrie Lindner
Second Megan Balsdon
Lead Laura Hickey
Finalist Flag of Ontario.svg Cathy Auld

The 2012 Challenge Chateau Cartier de Gatineau was held from October 25 to 28 at the Centre Sportif Robert-Rochon in Gatineau and at the Buckingham Curling Club in Buckingham, Quebec [1] as part of the 2012–13 World Curling Tour. The men's event was held in a triple knockout format, while the women's event was held in a round-robin format. The purse for the men's event was CAD$40,000, of which the winner, Mark Dacey, received CAD$10,000. [2] The purse for the women's event was CAD$11,500, of which the winner, Julie Reddick, received CAD$3,500. [3]

Contents

In the men's final, Mark Dacey defeated Brad Gushue with a score of 7–6, while in the women's final, Julie Reddick defeated Cathy Auld with a score of 8–4.

Men

Teams

The teams are listed as follows: [4] [5]

SkipThirdSecondLeadLocale
Bowie Abbis-Mills Craig Van Ymeren Ed Cyr Geoff Chambers Flag of Ontario.svg Aylmer, Ontario
Greg Balsdon Mark Bice Tyler Morgan Jamie Farnell Flag of Ontario.svg Toronto, Ontario
Don Bowser Jonathan Beuk Matt Broder TJ Connolly Flag of Ontario.svg Ottawa, Ontario
Craig Brown Kroy Nernberger Matt Hamilton Derrick Casper Flag of Wisconsin.svg Madison, Wisconsin
Jordan Chandler Kyle Chandler Derek D'Agostino Gavan Jamieson Flag of Ontario.svg Ontario
Chris Gardner (fourth) Mathew Camm Brad Kidd Bryan Cochrane (skip) Flag of Ontario.svg Ottawa, Ontario
Spencer Cooper Willie Jeffries Brian Vance Steve Forrest Flag of Ontario.svg Ontario
Mark Dacey Tom Sullivan Steve Burgess Andrew Gibson Flag of Nova Scotia.svg Halifax, Nova Scotia
Robert Desjardins Jean-Sebastien Roy Steven Munroe Steeve Villeneuve Flag of Quebec.svg Chicoutimi, Quebec
John Epping Scott Bailey Scott Howard David Mathers Flag of Ontario.svg Toronto, Ontario
Martin Ferland François Roberge Shawn Fowler Maxime Elmaleh Flag of Quebec.svg Quebec City, Quebec
Michael Fournier Francois Gionest Yannick Martel Jean-François Charest Flag of Quebec.svg Montreal, Quebec
Brad Gushue Adam Casey Brett Gallant Geoff Walker Flag of Newfoundland and Labrador.svg St. John's, Newfoundland and Labrador
Guy Hemmings François Gagné Ghyslain Richard Christian Bouchard Flag of Quebec.svg Montreal, Quebec
Brent Ross (fourth) Jake Higgs (skip) Codey Maus Bill Buchanan Flag of Ontario.svg Harriston, Ontario
Mark Homan Mike McLean Brian Fleischhaker Nathan Crawford Flag of Ontario.svg Ottawa, Ontario
Brad Jacobs Ryan Fry E. J. Harnden Ryan Harnden Flag of Ontario.svg Sault Ste. Marie, Ontario
Matt Seabrook (fourth) Mike Jakubo (skip) Sandy MacEwan Lee Toner Flag of Ontario.svg Sudbury, Ontario
Mark Kean Trevor Fanset Patrick Janssen Tim March Flag of Ontario.svg Toronto, Ontario
Mark Kehoe Glen MacLeod Ryan Garven Richard Barker Flag of Nova Scotia.svg Halifax, Nova Scotia
Shane Latimer Ritchie Gillan Terry Scharf Kevin Rathwell Flag of Ontario.svg Ottawa, Ontario
Simon Lejour Yannick Lejour Mathieu Lambert Claude Chapdeelaine Flag of Quebec.svg Lacolle, Quebec
Philippe Lemay Mathieu Beaufort Jean-Michel Arsenault Erik Lachance Flag of Quebec.svg Trois-Rivières, Quebec
Ian MacAulay Steve Allen Rick Allen Barry Conrad Flag of Ontario.svg Ottawa, Ontario
Eddie MacKenzie Anson Carmody Christian Tolusso Alex MacFayden Flag of Prince Edward Island.svg Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island
Jean-Michel Ménard Martin Crête Éric Sylvain Philippe Ménard Flag of Quebec.svg Quebec City, Quebec
Jamie Murphy Jordan Pinder Mike Bardsley Don McDermaid Flag of Nova Scotia.svg Halifax, Nova Scotia
Howard Rajala J. P. Lachance Chris Fulton Paul Madden Flag of Ontario.svg Ottawa, Ontario
Wayne Tuck, Jr. Chad Allen Jay Allen Caleb Flaxey Flag of Ontario.svg Toronto, Ontario

Knockout Results

The draw is listed as follows: [6] [7]

A Event

First KnockoutQualifier 1
   
     Flag of Ontario.svg John Epping 4 
Flag of Nova Scotia.svg Mark Dacey 6   Flag of Nova Scotia.svg Mark Dacey 7 
Flag of Quebec.svg Pierre Charette 1    Flag of Nova Scotia.svg Mark Dacey 7 
Flag of Quebec.svg Roberd Desjardins 4    Flag of Ontario.svg Howard Rajala 4 
Flag of Ontario.svg Howard Rajala 5   Flag of Ontario.svg Howard Rajala 7 
Flag of Ontario.svg Shane Latimer    Flag of Ontario.svg Shane Latimer 2 
Flag of Ontario.svg Jake Higgs     Flag of Nova Scotia.svg Mark Dacey 6
Flag of Quebec.svg Jean-Michel Ménard 4    Flag of Nova Scotia.svg Jamie Murphy 1
Flag of Ontario.svg Spencer Cooper 1   Flag of Quebec.svg Jean-Michel Ménard 6 
Flag of Ontario.svg Mike Jakubo 3   Flag of Wisconsin.svg Craig Brown 5 
Flag of Wisconsin.svg Craig Brown 8    Flag of Quebec.svg Jean-Michel Ménard 6 
Flag of Nova Scotia.svg Jamie Murphy 5    Flag of Nova Scotia.svg Jamie Murphy 8 
Flag of Ontario.svg Ian MacAulay 3   Flag of Nova Scotia.svg Jamie Murphy 6   
Flag of Ontario.svg Mark Homan 4   Flag of Ontario.svg Mark Kean 3   
Flag of Ontario.svg Mark Kean 7 
First KnockoutQualifier 2
Flag of Ontario.svg Greg Balsdon 7 
Flag of Quebec.svg Simon Lejour 2   Flag of Ontario.svg Greg Balsdon 8 
Flag of Quebec.svg Michael Fournier 0   Flag of Quebec.svg Martin Ferland 5 
Flag of Quebec.svg Martin Ferland 5    Flag of Ontario.svg Greg Balsdon 4 
      Flag of Ontario.svg Brad Jacobs 3 
     Flag of Ontario.svg Brad Jacobs 8 
Flag of Quebec.svg Guy Hemmings 6   Flag of Quebec.svg Guy Hemmings 0 
Flag of Quebec.svg Philippe Lemay 5    Flag of Ontario.svg Greg Balsdon 2
Flag of Ontario.svg Bryan Cochrane 5    Flag of Newfoundland and Labrador.svg Brad Gushue 5
Flag of Ontario.svg Jordan Chandler 3   Flag of Ontario.svg Bryan Cochrane 9 
Flag of Ontario.svg Bowie Abbis-Mills 4   Flag of Prince Edward Island.svg Eddie MacKenzie 5 
Flag of Prince Edward Island.svg Eddie MacKenzie 6    Flag of Ontario.svg Bryan Cochrane 4 
Flag of Ontario.svg Wayne Tuck, Jr. 5    Flag of Newfoundland and Labrador.svg Brad Gushue 10 
Flag of Ontario.svg Don Bowser 4   Flag of Ontario.svg Wayne Tuck, Jr. 2   
Flag of Nova Scotia.svg Mark Kehoe 5   Flag of Newfoundland and Labrador.svg Brad Gushue 9   
Flag of Newfoundland and Labrador.svg Brad Gushue 8 

B Event

Second KnockoutTo Qualifier 3
   
     Flag of Wisconsin.svg Craig Brown 7 
     Flag of Quebec.svg Pierre Charette 3 
      Flag of Wisconsin.svg Craig Brown 6 
      Flag of Ontario.svg Bryan Cochrane 7 
       
       
      Flag of Ontario.svg Bryan Cochrane 5
      Flag of Ontario.svg Brad Jacobs 1
     Flag of Ontario.svg Mark Kean 7 
Flag of Ontario.svg Jake Higgs 2   Flag of Quebec.svg Robert Desjardins 5 
Flag of Quebec.svg Robert Desjardins 3    Flag of Ontario.svg Mark Kean 2 Qualifier 3
      Flag of Ontario.svg Brad Jacobs 5 
        Flag of Ontario.svg Bryan Cochrane 2
        Flag of Ontario.svg Ian MacAulay 5
   
Second KnockoutTo Qualifier 3
   
     Flag of Ontario.svg John Epping 5 
Flag of Ontario.svg Spencer Cooper 4   Flag of Ontario.svg Mike Jakubo 8 
Flag of Ontario.svg Mike Jakubo 6    Flag of Ontario.svg Mike Jakubo 4 
      Flag of Ontario.svg Ian MacAulay 5 
     Flag of Ontario.svg Shane Latimer 2 
Flag of Ontario.svg Ian MacAulay 8   Flag of Ontario.svg Ian MacAulay 4 
Flag of Ontario.svg Mark Homan 6    Flag of Ontario.svg Ian MacAulay 7
      Flag of Nova Scotia.svg Jamie Murphy 2
       
       
        
        
         
         
   
Second KnockoutTo Qualifier 4
   
     Flag of Prince Edward Island.svg Eddie MacKenzie 6 
Flag of Quebec.svg Simon Lejour 3   Flag of Quebec.svg Michael Fournier 8 
Flag of Quebec.svg Michael Fournier 8    Flag of Quebec.svg Michael Fournier 7 
      Flag of Ontario.svg Howard Rajala 5 
       
       
      Flag of Quebec.svg Michael Fournier 8
      Flag of Quebec.svg Jean-Michel Ménard 3
     Flag of Ontario.svg Wayne Tuck, Jr. 8 
     Flag of Quebec.svg Philippe Lemay 4 
      Flag of Ontario.svg Wayne Tuck, Jr. 1 Qualifier 4
      Flag of Quebec.svg Jean-Michel Ménard 6 
        Flag of Quebec.svg Michael Fournier 2
        Flag of Ontario.svg Greg Balsdon 6
   
Second KnockoutTo Qualifier 4
   
     Flag of Quebec.svg Martin Ferland 6 
Flag of Ontario.svg Jordan Chandler 5   Flag of Ontario.svg Bowie Abbis-Mills 3 
Flag of Ontario.svg Bowie Abbis-Mills 6    Flag of Quebec.svg Martin Ferland 4 
      Flag of Quebec.svg Guy Hemmings 9 
     Flag of Quebec.svg Guy Hemmings 6 
Flag of Ontario.svg Don Bowser 3   Flag of Nova Scotia.svg Mark Kehoe 1 
Flag of Nova Scotia.svg Mark Kehoe 4    Flag of Quebec.svg Guy Hemmings 0
      Flag of Ontario.svg Greg Balsdon 4
       
       
        
        
         
         
   

C Event

Third KnockoutQualifier 5
   
     Flag of Ontario.svg Howard Rajala 3 
     Flag of Quebec.svg Martin Ferland 5 
      Flag of Quebec.svg Martin Ferland 9 
      Flag of Ontario.svg Wayne Tuck, Jr. 5 
     Flag of Ontario.svg Wayne Tuck, Jr. 7 
Flag of Quebec.svg Pierre Charette 7   Flag of Quebec.svg Pierre Charette 5 
Flag of Ontario.svg Jake Higgs 2    Flag of Quebec.svg Martin Ferland 5
      Flag of Ontario.svg Bryan Cochrane 1
       
       
        
        
         
         
   
Third KnockoutQualifier 6
   
     Flag of Ontario.svg Bowie Abbis-Mills 5 
     Flag of Nova Scotia.svg Mark Kehoe 6 
      Flag of Nova Scotia.svg Mark Kehoe 5 
      Flag of Quebec.svg Jean-Michel Ménard 6 
       
       
      Flag of Quebec.svg Jean-Michel Ménard 7
      Flag of Nova Scotia.svg Jamie Murphy 2
     Flag of Quebec.svg Robert Desjardins 7 
Flag of Ontario.svg Spencer Cooper 6   Flag of Ontario.svg Mark Homan 6 
Flag of Ontario.svg Mark Homan 8    Flag of Quebec.svg Robert Desjardins 4 
      Flag of Nova Scotia.svg Jamie Murphy 6 
         
         
   
Third KnockoutQualifier 7
   
     Flag of Prince Edward Island.svg Eddie MacKenzie 4 
Flag of Quebec.svg Simon Lejour 4   Flag of Quebec.svg Philippe Lemay 2 
Flag of Quebec.svg Philippe Lemay 6    Flag of Prince Edward Island.svg Eddie MacKenzie 0 
      Flag of Ontario.svg Brad Jacobs 6 
       
       
      Flag of Ontario.svg Brad Jacobs 5
      Flag of Quebec.svg Guy Hemmings 4
     Flag of Ontario.svg John Epping 3 
     Flag of Ontario.svg Shane Latimer 5 
      Flag of Ontario.svg Shane Latimer 1 
      Flag of Quebec.svg Guy Hemmings 7 
         
         
   
Third KnockoutQualifier 8
   
     Flag of Wisconsin.svg Craig Brown 6 
Flag of Ontario.svg Jordan Chandler 4   Flag of Ontario.svg Don Bowser 2 
Flag of Ontario.svg Don Bowser 7    Flag of Wisconsin.svg Craig Brown 1 
      Flag of Ontario.svg Mark Kean 5 
     Flag of Ontario.svg Mark Kean 8 
     Flag of Ontario.svg Mike Jakubo 1 
      Flag of Ontario.svg Mark Kean 5
      Flag of Quebec.svg Michael Fournier 1
       
       
        
        
         
         
   

Playoffs

The playoffs draw is listed as follows: [6] [8]

Quarterfinals Semifinals Final
         
Flag of Nova Scotia.svg Mark Dacey 8
Flag of Ontario.svg Mark Kean 7
Flag of Nova Scotia.svg Mark Dacey 5
Flag of Ontario.svg Greg Balsdon 4
Flag of Ontario.svg Greg Balsdon 5
Flag of Quebec.svg Martin Ferland 3
Flag of Nova Scotia.svg Mark Dacey 7
Flag of Newfoundland and Labrador.svg Brad Gushue 6
Flag of Newfoundland and Labrador.svg Brad Gushue 6
Flag of Ontario.svg Brad Jacobs 5
Flag of Newfoundland and Labrador.svg Brad Gushue 7
Flag of Ontario.svg Ian MacAulay 1
Flag of Ontario.svg Ian MacAulay 6
Flag of Quebec.svg Jean-Michel Ménard 2

Women

Teams

The teams are listed as follows: [4] [9]

SkipThirdSecondLeadLocale
Cathy Auld Janet Murphy Stephanie Gray Melissa Foster Flag of Ontario.svg Mississauga, Ontario
Ginger Coyle Lauren Wood Laura Brown Robyn Murphy Flag of Ontario.svg Dundas, Ontario
Lisa Farnell Erin Morrissey Karen Sagle Ainsley Galbraith Flag of Ontario.svg Elgin, Ontario
Julie Hamel Flag of Quebec.svg Quebec
Kelly MacIntosh Jennifer Crouse Sheena Gilman Shelley Barker Flag of Nova Scotia.svg Dartmouth, Nova Scotia
Ekaterina Antonova (fourth) Victorya Moiseeva (skip) Galina Arsenkina Aleksandra Saitova Flag of Russia.svg Moscow, Russia
Katie Morrissey Kiri Campbell Lorelle Weiss Cassandra de Groot Flag of Ontario.svg Ottawa, Ontario
Jill Mouzar Stephanie LeDrew Danielle Inglis Hollie Nicol Flag of Ontario.svg Toronto, Ontario
Allison Nimik Katie Pringle Lynn Kreviazuk Morgan Court Flag of Ontario.svg Toronto, Ontario
Laura Payne Alexis Riordan Lynsey Longfield Ailsa Leitch Flag of Ontario.svg Ottawa, Ontario
Julie Reddick Carrie Lindner Megan Balsdon Laura Hickey Flag of Ontario.svg Toronto, Ontario
Allison Ross Audree Dufresne Brittany O'Rourke Sasha Beauchamp Flag of Quebec.svg Montreal, Quebec

Round Robin Standings

Final Round Robin Standings [6] [10]

Key
Teams to Playoffs
Pool AWL
Flag of Quebec.svg Allison Ross 30
Flag of Ontario.svg Cathy Auld 21
Flag of Ontario.svg Jill Mouzar 12
Flag of Ontario.svg Ginger Coyle 03
Pool BWL
Flag of Ontario.svg Allison Nimik 21
Flag of Ontario.svg Lisa Farnell 21
Flag of Quebec.svg Julie Hamel 12
Flag of Nova Scotia.svg Kelly MacIntosh 12
Pool CWL
Flag of Ontario.svg Laura Payne 21
Flag of Ontario.svg Julie Reddick 21
Flag of Russia.svg Victorya Moiseeva 12
Flag of Ontario.svg Katie Morrissey 12

Playoffs

The playoffs draw is listed as follows: [6] [11]

QuarterfinalsSemifinalsFinal
   
     Flag of Quebec.svg Allison Ross 5 
Flag of Ontario.svg Allison Nimik 2   Flag of Ontario.svg Cathy Auld 6 
Flag of Ontario.svg Cathy Auld 6    Flag of Ontario.svg Cathy Auld 4
Flag of Ontario.svg Julie Reddick 8    Flag of Ontario.svg Julie Reddick 8
Flag of Ontario.svg Laura Payne 3   Flag of Ontario.svg Lisa Farnell 4
     Flag of Ontario.svg Julie Reddick 5  
   

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