Quebec stunned by Yukon for 1st loss at mixed curling championship


Quebec suffered its first defeat at the 2022 Canadian mixed curling championship in stunning trend, dropping an 8-0 resolution to beforehand winless Yukon in Wednesday’s early attract Prince Albert, Sask.

Yukon, skipped by Terry Miller, put the sport away with a steal of three within the fifth finish.

Miller’s crew opened with the hammer and scored two within the first finish.

Yukon adopted with steals of 1 within the third and fourth, organising the massive fifth finish.

Felix Asselin’s Quebec rink conceded after giving up one other steal of 1 within the sixth.

Quebec recovered with a 7-4 win over New Brunswick’s Grant Odishaw within the night draw. Asselin’s rink reclaimed high spot in Group A with a 5-1 report.

New Brunswick, who posted a 7-6 win over Saskatchewan’s Shaun Meachem Wednesday morning, sat second at 4-2 by the tip of the day.

Saskatchewan (3-3) misplaced once more within the night draw, dropping an 8-7 resolution to British Columbia (4-2).

Yukon (2-4) picked up its second win of the day with a 7-6 win over Nunavut’s Peter Mackey (1-5) within the afternoon draw.

In different scores Wednesday night, Scott McDonald’s Ontario rink (4-2) downed Corey Chambers of Manitoba (2-4) by a rating of 6-4. Also, Jamie Koe of the Northwest Territories (5-1) bested Paul Flemming of Nova Scotia (4-2) 7-4.


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