2014 Canadian Mixed Doubles Curling Trials

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2014 Canadian Mixed Doubles Curling Trials
Host city Ottawa, Ontario
Arena Ottawa Hunt and Golf Club
DatesMarch 19–23
Winner Flag of Ontario.svg Tuck/Tuck
Curling club Ilderton CC, Ilderton
Female Kim Tuck
Male Wayne Tuck Jr.
Finalist Flag of Alberta.svg Thomas/Park

The 2014 Canadian Mixed Doubles Curling Trials was held March 19 to 23 at the Ottawa Hunt and Golf Club in Ottawa, Ontario. It is the second Canadian Mixed Doubles championship. The winning pair of Wayne Tuck Jr. and wife Kim Tuck represented Canada at the 2014 World Mixed Doubles Curling Championship. [1]

Contents

Teams

Twelve teams qualified through provincial and territorial championships, and the rest participated as open entries. The teams are listed as follows: [2]

Provincial and Territorial champions

Province / TerritoryMaleFemaleClub
Flag of Yukon.svg  Yukon Bob Smallwood Jody Smallwood Whitehorse Curling Club [3]
Flag of the Northwest Territories.svg  Northwest Territories Nick Kaeser Brittany Brasser Fort Smith Curling Club [4]
Flag of British Columbia.svg  British Columbia Bryan Kedziora Colleen Hannah Golden Ears Winter Club [5]
Flag of Alberta.svg  Alberta Corey Leach Karli Makichuk Leduc Curling Club
Lac La Biche Curling Club [6]
Flag of Saskatchewan.svg  Saskatchewan Kirk Pederson Trenna Derdall Outlook Curling Club [7]
Flag of Manitoba.svg  Manitoba Kyle Kurz Karen Fallis Wildewood Curling Club [8]
Northern Ontario curling flag.png  Northern Ontario Eric Gélinas Courtney Chénier North Bay Granite Club [9]
Flag of Ontario.svg  Ontario Chris Jay Shannon Kee Highland Country Club [10]
Flag of Quebec.svg  Quebec Daniel Grégoire Caroline Boily Club de curling Longue-Pointe [11]
Flag of New Brunswick.svg  New Brunswick Ryan Freeze Leah Thompson Capital Winter Club
Thistle St. Andrews Curling Club [12]
Flag of Nova Scotia.svg  Nova Scotia Travis Colter Julia Williams Dartmouth Curling Club [13]
CFB Halifax Curling Club [14]
Flag of Newfoundland and Labrador.svg  Newfoundland and Labrador Cory Ewart Lauren Wasylkiw St. John's Curling Club
Bally Haly Golf & Curling Club

Open entries

Province / TerritoryMaleFemale
Flag of Ontario.svg  Ontario
Flag of Manitoba.svg  Manitoba
Connor Lawes Kaitlyn Lawes
Flag of Newfoundland and Labrador.svg  Newfoundland and Labrador Adam Casey Marie Christianson
Flag of Ontario.svg  Ontario Patrick Janssen Clancy Grandy
Flag of Alberta.svg  Alberta
Flag of Nova Scotia.svg  Nova Scotia
John Morris Heather Smith
Flag of Ontario.svg  Ontario Mark Kean Mallory Buist
Flag of Ontario.svg  Ontario Travis Fanset Rachelle Vink
Flag of Ontario.svg  Ontario Scott Howard Tess Bobbie
Flag of Alberta.svg  Alberta Charley Thomas Kalynn Park
Flag of Saskatchewan.svg  Saskatchewan
Flag of Manitoba.svg  Manitoba
Josh Heidt Jenna Loder
Flag of Ontario.svg  Ontario Wayne Tuck Jr. Kim Tuck
Flag of Ontario.svg  Ontario Jay Allen Jacqueline Harrison
Flag of Ontario.svg  Ontario Connor Duhaime Chantal Lalonde
Flag of Saskatchewan.svg  Saskatchewan Jason Ackerman Colleen Ackerman
Flag of Saskatchewan.svg  Saskatchewan Mike Armstrong Ashley Quick
Flag of Quebec.svg  Quebec Robert Desjardins Brittany O'Rourke
Flag of Saskatchewan.svg  Saskatchewan Dustin Kalthoff Nancy Martin
Flag of Quebec.svg  Quebec Miguel Bernard Camille Lapierre
Flag of Yukon.svg  Yukon
Flag of Alberta.svg  Alberta
Mitch Young Jocelyn Peterman
Flag of Nova Scotia.svg  Nova Scotia Tom Sullivan Mary-Anne Arsenault
Flag of British Columbia.svg  British Columbia
Flag of Yukon.svg  Yukon
Cameron de Jong Andrea Sinclair

Round robin standings

Final Round Robin Standings

Key
Teams to Playoffs
Pool AWL
Flag of Alberta.svg Park/Thomas70
Flag of Saskatchewan.svg Kalthoff/Martin52
Flag of Manitoba.svg Flag of Saskatchewan.svg Loder/Heidt43
Flag of Manitoba.svg Flag of Ontario.svg Lawes/Lawes43
Flag of Ontario.svg Gélinas/Chénier34
Flag of Quebec.svg Desjardins/O'Rourke25
Flag of Yukon.svg Flag of British Columbia.svg Sinclair/De Jong25
Flag of New Brunswick.svg Freeze/Thompson16
Pool BWL
Flag of Saskatchewan.svg Armstrong/Quick70
Flag of Ontario.svg Howard/Bobbie61
Flag of Newfoundland and Labrador.svg Casey/Christiansen52
Flag of British Columbia.svg Hannah/Kedziora34
Flag of Newfoundland and Labrador.svg Ewart/Wasylkiw34
Flag of Yukon.svg Smallwood/Smallwood25
Flag of Alberta.svg Makichuk/Leach16
Flag of Nova Scotia.svg Sullivan/Arsenault16
Pool CWL
Flag of Ontario.svg Tuck/Tuck61
Flag of Saskatchewan.svg Ackerman/Ackerman52
Flag of Ontario.svg Fanset/Vink52
Flag of Ontario.svg Janssen/Grandy43
Flag of Yukon.svg Flag of Alberta.svg Young/Peterman43
Flag of Saskatchewan.svg Pederson/Derdall25
Flag of Quebec.svg Boily/Grégoire25
Flag of the Northwest Territories.svg Kaeser/Brasser07
Pool DWL
Flag of Nova Scotia.svg Flag of Alberta.svg Smith/Morris70
Flag of Ontario.svg Jay/Kee52
Flag of Ontario.svg Kean/Buist52
Flag of Manitoba.svg Kurz/Fallis43
Flag of Quebec.svg Lapierre/Bernard43
Flag of Ontario.svg Harrison/Allen16
Flag of Ontario.svg Lalonde/Duhaime16
Flag of Nova Scotia.svg Colter/Williams16

Playoffs

Round of 12 Quarterfinals Semifinals Final
Flag of Saskatchewan.svg Ackerman/Ackerman 2
Flag of Newfoundland and Labrador.svg Casey/Christiansen 9 Flag of Newfoundland and Labrador.svg Casey/Christiansen 6
Flag of Alberta.svg Flag of Nova Scotia.svg Morris/Smith 9
Flag of Alberta.svg Flag of Nova Scotia.svg Morris/Smith 8
Flag of Ontario.svg Howard/Bobbie 9 Flag of Ontario.svg Tuck/Tuck 10
Flag of Ontario.svg Janssen/Grandy 8 Flag of Ontario.svg Howard/Bobbie 4
Flag of Ontario.svg Tuck/Tuck 9
Flag of Ontario.svg Tuck/Tuck 8
Flag of Saskatchewan.svg Kalthoff/Martin 10 Flag of Alberta.svg Thomas/Park 5
Flag of Ontario.svg Fanset/Vink 2 Flag of Saskatchewan.svg Kalthoff/Martin 2
Flag of Alberta.svg Thomas/Park 9
Flag of Alberta.svg Thomas/Park 8
Flag of Ontario.svg Jay/Kee 6 Flag of Saskatchewan.svg Armstrong/Quick 7
Flag of Ontario.svg Kean/Buist 7 Flag of Ontario.svg Kean/Buist 5
Flag of Saskatchewan.svg Armstrong/Quick 7

Round of 12

Saturday, March 22, 9:30 pm

Team12345678Final
Flag of Saskatchewan.svg Ackerman/Ackerman 00110XXX2
Flag of Newfoundland and Labrador.svg Casey/Christiansen Hammer tapissier.jpg41004XXX9
Team12345678Final
Flag of Ontario.svg Howard/Bobbie 104010309
Flag of Ontario.svg Janssen/Grandy Hammer tapissier.jpg020103028
Team12345678Final
Flag of Saskatchewan.svg Kalthoff/Martin Hammer tapissier.jpg3101005X10
Flag of Ontario.svg Fanset/Vink 0010010X2
Team12345678Final
Flag of Ontario.svg Jay/Kee 101021016
Flag of Ontario.svg Kean/Buist Hammer tapissier.jpg040100207

Quarterfinals

Sunday, March 23, 11:00 am

Team12345678Final
Flag of Newfoundland and Labrador.svg Casey/Christiansen Hammer tapissier.jpg000110406
Flag of Alberta.svg Flag of Nova Scotia.svg Morris/Smith 111005019
Team12345678Final
Flag of Ontario.svg Howard/Bobbie Hammer tapissier.jpg2101000X4
Flag of Ontario.svg Tuck/Tuck 0010332X9
Team12345678Final
Flag of Saskatchewan.svg Kalthoff/Martin 010001XX2
Flag of Alberta.svg Thomas/Park Hammer tapissier.jpg402210XX9
Team12345678Final
Flag of Ontario.svg Kean/Buist 200002105
Flag of Saskatchewan.svg Armstrong/Quick Hammer tapissier.jpg021110027

Semifinals

Sunday, March 23, 2:00 pm

Team12345678Final
Flag of Alberta.svg Flag of Nova Scotia.svg Morris/Smith 302010208
Flag of Ontario.svg Tuck/Tuck Hammer tapissier.jpg0104030210
Team12345678Final
Flag of Alberta.svg Thomas/Park 201040018
Flag of Saskatchewan.svg Armstrong/Quick Hammer tapissier.jpg010202207

Final

Sunday, March 23, 5:00 pm

Team12345678Final
Flag of Ontario.svg Tuck/Tuck 200410108
Flag of Alberta.svg Thomas/Park Hammer tapissier.jpg021001015

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