|2014 The National (November)|
|Host city||Sault Ste. Marie, Ontario|
|Curling club|| Fort Rouge CC, |
The 2014 The National in November was held from November 19 to 23 at the Essar Centre in Sault Ste. Marie, Ontario as part of the 2014–15 World Curling Tour. The National was the second men's Grand Slam event of the season.
The teams are listed as follows:
|Matthew Blandford||Darren Moulding||Brent Hamilton||Brad Chyz|
|Brendan Bottcher||Tom Appelman||Bradley Thiessen||Karrick Martin|
|Reid Carruthers||Braeden Moskowy||Derek Samagalski||Colin Hodgson|
|Adam Casey||Josh Barry||Anson Carmody||Robbie Doherty|
|Benoît Schwarz (fourth)||Claudio Pätz||Peter de Cruz (skip)||Valentin Tanner|
|John Epping||Travis Fanset||Patrick Janssen||Tim March|
|Brad Gushue||Mark Nichols||Brett Gallant||Geoff Walker|
|Glenn Howard||Richard Hart||Jon Mead||Craig Savill|
|Brad Jacobs||Ryan Fry||E. J. Harnden||Ryan Harnden|
|Mark Kean||Mathew Camm||David Mathers||Scott Howard|
|Kevin Koe||Marc Kennedy||Brent Laing||Ben Hebert|
|Steve Laycock||Kirk Muyres||Colton Flasch||Dallan Muyres|
|Heath McCormick||Christopher Plys||Joe Polo||Ryan Brunt|
|Mike McEwen||B. J. Neufeld||Matt Wozniak||Denni Neufeld|
|John Morris||Pat Simmons||Scott Bailey||Nolan Thiessen|
|Rob Rumfeldt||Adam Spencer||Brad Kidd||Jake Higgs|
|John Shuster||Tyler George||Matt Hamilton||John Landsteiner|
|Jeff Stoughton||Rob Fowler||Alex Forrest||Connor Njegovan|
Final Round Robin Standings
|Teams to Playoffs|
The draw is listed as follows:
Wednesday, November 19, 7:00 pm
Thursday, November 20, 9:00 am
Thursday, November 20, 12:30 pm
Thursday, November 20, 4:00 pm
Thursday, November 20, 7:30 pm
Friday, November 21, 9:00 am
Friday, November 21, 12:00 pm
Friday, November 21, 3:30 pm
Friday, November 21, 7:30 pm
Saturday, November 22, 12:00 pm
|Craig Savill||90%||Ryan Brunt||88%|
|Jon Mead||88%||Joe Polo||76%|
|Richard Hart||81%||Christopher Plys||83%|
|Glenn Howard||92%||Heath McCormick||97%|
|Dallan Muyres||96%||Denni Neufeld||81%|
|Colton Flasch||83%||Matt Wozniak||91%|
|Kirk Muyres||91%||B. J. Neufeld||93%|
|Steve Laycock||89%||Mike McEwen||94%|
|Colin Hodgson||92%||Ryan Harnden||89%|
|Derek Samagalski||84%||E. J. Harnden||92%|
|Braeden Moskowy||84%||Ryan Fry||84%|
|Reid Carruthers||78%||Brad Jacobs||84%|
|Karrick Martin||100%||Nolan Thiessen||90%|
|Bradley Thiessen||89%||Scott Bailey||81%|
|Tom Appelman||87%||Pat Simmons||83%|
|Brendan Bottcher||72%||John Morris||50%|
Saturday, November 22, 3:30 pm
|Colin Hufman||87%||Denni Neufeld||95%|
|Joe Polo||72%||Matt Wozniak||93%|
|Christopher Plys||83%||B. J. Neufeld||94%|
|Heath McCormick||70%||Mike McEwen||87%|
|Ryan Harnden||99%||Karrick Martin||89%|
|E. J. Harnden||82%||Bradley Thiessen||74%|
|Ryan Fry||89%||Tom Appelman||69%|
|Brad Jacobs||99%||Brendan Bottcher||64%|
Sunday, November 23, 3:30 pm
|Denni Neufeld||94%||Ryan Harnden||85%|
|Matt Wozniak||92%||E. J. Harnden||80%|
|B. J. Neufeld||86%||Ryan Fry||81%|
|Mike McEwen||81%||Brad Jacobs||77%|
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