|Born||December 31, 1962|
|Curling club|| Fort William CC, Thunder Bay, ON,|
Avonlea CC, Toronto, ON,
Churchill CC, Churchill, ON
|Member Association|| Northern Ontario,|
|Brier appearances||4: (1985, 1990, 1995, 1997)|
| World Championship |
|2 (1985, 1990)|
Patrick C. Perroud(born December 31, 1962) is a Canadian curler, a two-time World Men's champion (1985, 1990) and a two-time Tim Hortons Brier champion (1985, 1990).
He is one of the few curlers to win world titles with different skips: in 1985 with Al Hackner and in 1990 with Ed Werenich.
Perroud is married to Canadian and World curling champion Jane Hooper-Perroud.Originally from Thunder Bay, Perroud moved to Toronto after graduating from Lakehead University.
He started curling in 1973 when he was 11 years old.
|1984–85||Al Hackner||Rick Lang||Ian Tetley||Pat Perroud||Bruce Kennedy (Brier)|| Brier 1985 |
|1989–90||Ed Werenich||John Kawaja||Ian Tetley||Pat Perroud||Neil Harrison|| Brier 1990 |
|1994–95||Ed Werenich||John Kawaja||Pat Perroud||Neil Harrison||Richard Hart||Brier 1995 (4th)|
|1996–97||Ed Werenich||John Kawaja||Pat Perroud||Neil Harrison||Peter Steski||Brier 1997 (4th)|
|1997–98||Ed Werenich||John Kawaja||Pat Perroud||Neil Harrison||Vic Peters||COCT 1997|
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