Like CurlingZone on Facebook
 
 
   
Welcome to CurlingZone, Guest!   Register Now!    
Already a member?   Login:              Forgot Password?
ProCurlingWear - Create Your Design
Disclaimer: CurlingZone does not represent or endorse the accuracy or reliability of any Content posted on any Forums area and you acknowledge that any reliance upon such Content shall be at your sole risk. Any Content placed on any Forums area by users and anonymous posters are the views of the user posting the statement, and do not represent the views of CurlingZone or our partners, advertisers or sponsors. By posting anonymously, you are allowing your IP address to be displayed for identification purposes. CurlingZone reserves the right to remove any post at its discretion without warning or explanation.
Pages (4): [1] 2 3 4 »   Last Thread   Next Thread
Author
Thread Post New Thread    Post A Reply
Three
Swing Artist

Registered: Feb 2015
Location: Canada
Posts: 249

Women's ROTR Qualifiying for Ottawa

Since the final date (May 1st) is coming up for announcing who qualifies, this thread will be pure mathematical speculation of who could take what spots in Ottawa. (Suffice it to say that those that go to Summerside for the Road to the Roar of the Rings will be all the big names that missed qualifying directly to Ottawa. I am happy to be corrected on any mistakes I make in my guesses.

Helpful links:

How to Qualify for Ottawa & Summerside

http://www.curling.ca/team-canada/2...cation-process/

Year To Date (YTD) OOM standings:

http://www.worldcurl.com/oom/oom.ph...ar=2017&week=28

Two year OOM standings

http://www.worldcurl.com/oom/oom.ph...ar=2017&week=28

Of course Homan and Jones have locked up official spots. Unofficially Sweeting has locked up the two year total and it is not even remotely realistic anybody can catch her.

Due to Jones winning the Canada Cup a third YTD CTRS/OOM team will make it this year. If Homan wins the Scotties a fourth team will make it on this year's points. Englot will probably make it either way with a win or loss.

Looking at YTD pts...Flaxey and Scheidegger are virtual locks to also qualify. After that Englot is probably 99% lock because she will get a pile of points for first/second in the Scotties.

That leaves one last spot available for direct entry to Ottawa. Fleury leads that spot and there are not too many events left to get points this season. Biggest one's are the Worlds (Homan/Englot already probably in so this is pointless) and the Players and Champions Cup on Tour. Einerson is already in the Champions Cup. Top 12 OOM YTD teams are invited to the Players. Will be important for Fleury to do well there to hold her spot if she gets in. Should any teams decline than Harrison/Middaugh might get an invite as they are 13/14 respectively right now). Depending on how many points Carey gets for third or fourth she will jump right up into the mix for MAYBE a player's invite.

To boil it down I think the Woman's ROTH qualifiers are:
1. Homan
2. Jones
------------ Above are officially qualified
3. Sweeting
4. Flaxey
5. Scheidegger
6. Englot
-------Above are pretty much mathematical locks to make it
7. Fleury
8. Pre-Qualifier #1
9. Pre-Qualifier #2

There are 12 inivtes going out to Summerside for the pre-qualifier....pretty much all the big names not on this list will qualify with some names only the die-hards will have heard of. I will pick McCarville and Einerson to make it out of that lot but those are guesses for a different thread next November

Report this post to a moderator | IP: Logged

Old Post 02-26-17 04:38PM
Three is offline Click Here to See the Profile for Three Click here to Send Three a Private Message Find more posts by Three Add Three to your buddy list Edit/Delete Message Reply w/Quote
UnattachedFC
Harvey Hacksmasher

Registered: Jan 2016
Location:
Posts: 99

Re: Women's ROTR Qualifiying for Ottawa

Since the rankings with Scotties are out now. I fully agree that there are 6 teams that could not throw a rock until next August and still make the Trials no matter what. And they are the 6th teams you mentioned. So, I'm putting those 6 teams in.

Homan
Jones
Flaxey
Sweeting
Scheidegger
Englot


Now for that last spot...

Fleury just edges out Carey in 12th in the Year-to-date/CTRS 1 year. So, unless one of those 12 teams declines an invitation at the players', Carey has no shot for a direct entry and would need to go through Summerside: Homan, Hasselborg, Jones, Tirinzoni, Flaxey, Sweeting, Scheidegger, Englot, Muirhead, Wang, Sigfridsson, Fleury.


Fleury is also playing a tournament in Scotland where she could get points if she qualifies.

There are 3 teams that I believe have an outside shot at catching Fleury: Einarson, Harrison and Middaugh.

With Homan already qualified for the Champions' Cup, Harrison should get the next spot with her Tier 2 win.

If two other teams already qualified for the Champions' Cup win Players'/World or decline, Middaugh would get a Champions' Cup invite by my count. Alina Pätz winning worlds and an already qualified winner at Players' would also do the trick.

I know it's only extrapolating because I'm taking last season's points, so they won't be accurate, but Einarson pretty much needs to make the final to get enough points to catch Fleury now. Middaugh and Harrison would need to make the Semis, although it's possible that a quarters could be enough.

Now, if the season ended today and by disqualifying teams that said they would break up. Here are the 12 teams that would be in the Pre-Trials considering that Fleury would get a direct spot. (I disqualfied also any team that has made 2 changes the following season, it only disqualified Lawton. I'm considering that the 3 remaining members of team Carey are staying together)

1 16-17: Carey
2 14-15: Middaugh
3 15-16: Einarson
4 15-16: Rocque
5 15-16: McCarville
6 15-16: Harrison
7 16-17: Kleibrink
8 16-17: Tippin
9 16-17: Chyz
10 16-17: Meilleur
11 15-17: Robertson
12 15-17: Birchard

So, right now those are the 19 teams that are Olympic hopeful. It's fully possible that a team not on the list now could make it if one of the 19 other teams forfeits its spot. Team Thompson of BC is probably the team that has the best shot if something happens.

Report this post to a moderator | IP: Logged

Old Post 02-27-17 04:57AM
UnattachedFC is offline Click Here to See the Profile for UnattachedFC Click here to Send UnattachedFC a Private Message Find more posts by UnattachedFC Add UnattachedFC to your buddy list Edit/Delete Message Reply w/Quote
Squiggsy
Swing Artist

Registered: Apr 2008
Location:
Posts: 248

Re: Women's ROTR Qualifiying for Ottawa

quote:
[i]Originally posted by Three
To boil it down I think the Woman's ROTH qualifiers are:
1. Homan
2. Jones
------------ Above are officially qualified
3. Sweeting
4. Flaxey
5. Scheidegger
6. Englot
-------Above are pretty much mathematical locks to make it
7. Fleury
8. Pre-Qualifier #1
9. Pre-Qualifier #2




I'm not sure I get your list. Here are the rules to qualify: http://www.curling.ca/team-canada/2...cation-process/

I have it as:
1. Homan
2. Jones
3. Flaxey (from Jones) 3rd in 2016-17 CTRS points behind Homan, Jones
4. Sweeting (from Homan) 4th in 2016-17 CTRS points behind Homan, Jones, Flaxey
5. Carey (from Homan) Highest CTRS in 2015-17 two year total behind Homan, Jones, Sweeting, Flaxey.
6. Scheidegger (from Homan) 5th in 2016-17 CTRS points behind Homan, Jones, Flaxey, Sweeting
7. Englot (from Jones) 6th in 2016-17 CTRS points behind Homan, Jones, Flaxey, Sweeting, Scheidegger

How do you have anyone besides Carey as the #5 qualifier for the ROTR? She has a 41 point lead on Rocque, 47 point lead on Einarson, and 56 point lead on Fleury. All 4 teams should get an invite to the Players. If Carey doesn't win a game they can lose the 2 year spot, but right now that spot is theirs.

Last edited by Squiggsy on 02-27-17 at 05:19PM

Report this post to a moderator | IP: Logged

Old Post 02-27-17 05:16PM
Squiggsy is offline Click Here to See the Profile for Squiggsy Click here to Send Squiggsy a Private Message Find more posts by Squiggsy Add Squiggsy to your buddy list Edit/Delete Message Reply w/Quote
Three
Swing Artist

Registered: Feb 2015
Location: Canada
Posts: 249

Re: Re: Women's ROTR Qualifiying for Ottawa

quote:
Originally posted by Squiggsy


I'm not sure I get your list. Here are the rules to qualify: http://www.curling.ca/team-canada/2...cation-process/

I have it as:
1. Homan
2. Jones
3. Flaxey (from Jones) 3rd in 2016-17 CTRS points behind Homan, Jones
4. Sweeting (from Homan) 4th in 2016-17 CTRS points behind Homan, Jones, Flaxey
5. Carey (from Homan) Highest CTRS in 2015-17 two year total behind Homan, Jones, Sweeting, Flaxey.
6. Scheidegger (from Homan) 5th in 2016-17 CTRS points behind Homan, Jones, Flaxey, Sweeting
7. Englot (from Jones) 6th in 2016-17 CTRS points behind Homan, Jones, Flaxey, Sweeting, Scheidegger

How do you have anyone besides Carey as the #5 qualifier for the ROTR? She has a 41 point lead on Rocque, 47 point lead on Einarson, and 56 point lead on Fleury. All 4 teams should get an invite to the Players. If Carey doesn't win a game they can lose the 2 year spot, but right now that spot is theirs.



Hmmmm....i think you are right. I was under the assumption that the replacements for spots 3 and 4 would be assigned AFTER the other spots are claimed but the site does say they will be assigned in the order they are presented so your list is accurate as it stands now. (In my scenario Sweeting was getting the two year exemption at #5, then 6,7,3,4 were going to YTD leaders.)

The only mistake you have is believing Carey has a Player's invite. She is 13th in the YTD standings which is how the Player's invites are given. Should even one team decline Carey would be the first replacement invite. To be honest I think Team Carey is the weakest of the bunch so I liked the way my list worked out better, lol.

Report this post to a moderator | IP: Logged

Old Post 02-27-17 06:37PM
Three is offline Click Here to See the Profile for Three Click here to Send Three a Private Message Find more posts by Three Add Three to your buddy list Edit/Delete Message Reply w/Quote
Squiggsy
Swing Artist

Registered: Apr 2008
Location:
Posts: 248

Re: Re: Re: Women's ROTR Qualifiying for Ottawa

quote:
Originally posted by Three


The only mistake you have is believing Carey has a Player's invite. She is 13th in the YTD standings which is how the Player's invites are given. Should even one team decline Carey would be the first replacement invite. To be honest I think Team Carey is the weakest of the bunch so I liked the way my list worked out better, lol.



I shouldn't have said all four teams should get an invite. Fleury gets one for being #12. I think it's probably Carey gets one, as she's #13. Rocque at #17 is a maybe, and Einarson at #20 is a doubtful.

Last year's Player's got all the way down to the 19th ranked team playing, as teams 8, 10, 13, 14, 15, 16, and 18 declined.

I still would bet Carey gets the spot, but other teams still could take it.

Report this post to a moderator | IP: Logged

Old Post 02-27-17 07:24PM
Squiggsy is offline Click Here to See the Profile for Squiggsy Click here to Send Squiggsy a Private Message Find more posts by Squiggsy Add Squiggsy to your buddy list Edit/Delete Message Reply w/Quote
UnattachedFC
Harvey Hacksmasher

Registered: Jan 2016
Location:
Posts: 99

Re: Re: Re: Re: Women's ROTR Qualifiying for Ottawa

quote:
Originally posted by Squiggsy



Last year's Player's got all the way down to the 19th ranked team playing, as teams 8, 10, 13, 14, 15, 16, and 18 declined.

I still would bet Carey gets the spot, but other teams still could take it.



You're wrong on that. You took the Two-year when they use the YTD/1 year for Players'. I think between 0 and 1 team declined the call-up looking at it. Not sure if Kim declined because I don't remember which rankings were used if it was the one before or after Uiseong.

It's rare to see many teams decline for Players' because it's the last tournament of the year and 75% of the teams have finished their season 2 months before and it's the only spiel remaining.

Report this post to a moderator | IP: Logged

Old Post 02-28-17 12:40AM
UnattachedFC is offline Click Here to See the Profile for UnattachedFC Click here to Send UnattachedFC a Private Message Find more posts by UnattachedFC Add UnattachedFC to your buddy list Edit/Delete Message Reply w/Quote
Curlwalker
Harvey Hacksmasher

Registered: Jan 2015
Location:
Posts: 17

Puzzled

The link to curling.ca shows the 2015/17 leader being picked before the 2016/17 leaders I believe. Does this change the teams qualifying?

Report this post to a moderator | IP: Logged

Old Post 02-28-17 10:13AM
Curlwalker is offline Click Here to See the Profile for Curlwalker Click here to Send Curlwalker a Private Message Find more posts by Curlwalker Add Curlwalker to your buddy list Edit/Delete Message Reply w/Quote
darkwing01
Harvey Hacksmasher

Registered: Nov 2016
Location:
Posts: 53

Re: Puzzled

quote:
Originally posted by Curlwalker
The link to curling.ca shows the 2015/17 leader being picked before the 2016/17 leaders I believe. Does this change the teams qualifying?


I think your right the 2 year total gets in before the defaults

Report this post to a moderator | IP: Logged

Old Post 02-28-17 10:56AM
darkwing01 is offline Click Here to See the Profile for darkwing01 Click here to Send darkwing01 a Private Message Find more posts by darkwing01 Add darkwing01 to your buddy list Edit/Delete Message Reply w/Quote
Curlwalker
Harvey Hacksmasher

Registered: Jan 2015
Location:
Posts: 17

Not so puzzled

Looked again.. I guess you are saying that the two replacement teams for the scotties and canada cup will come before the 2015/17 leader and those will come from the 2016/17 list.

Report this post to a moderator | IP: Logged

Old Post 02-28-17 10:59AM
Curlwalker is offline Click Here to See the Profile for Curlwalker Click here to Send Curlwalker a Private Message Find more posts by Curlwalker Add Curlwalker to your buddy list Edit/Delete Message Reply w/Quote
Squiggsy
Swing Artist

Registered: Apr 2008
Location:
Posts: 248

Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Women's ROTR Qualifiying for Ottawa

quote:
Originally posted by UnattachedFC


You're wrong on that. You took the Two-year when they use the YTD/1 year for Players'. I think between 0 and 1 team declined the call-up looking at it. Not sure if Kim declined because I don't remember which rankings were used if it was the one before or after Uiseong.

It's rare to see many teams decline for Players' because it's the last tournament of the year and 75% of the teams have finished their season 2 months before and it's the only spiel remaining.



Oops. My mistake. I didn't sort by YTD, and sorted by 2 year running total.

The only team in the top 12 not there was #10, EunJun Kim from Korea.

Report this post to a moderator | IP: Logged

Old Post 02-28-17 11:32AM
Squiggsy is offline Click Here to See the Profile for Squiggsy Click here to Send Squiggsy a Private Message Find more posts by Squiggsy Add Squiggsy to your buddy list Edit/Delete Message Reply w/Quote
Squiggsy
Swing Artist

Registered: Apr 2008
Location:
Posts: 248

Re: Not so puzzled

quote:
Originally posted by Curlwalker
Looked again.. I guess you are saying that the two replacement teams for the scotties and canada cup will come before the 2015/17 leader and those will come from the 2016/17 list.


You just go down the list and fill them in order. Homan gets the 1 spot. Because Carey didn't medal at Worlds, Jones gets the 2 spot. Jones won the 3 spot, but already qualified, so this goes to Flaxey. Homan won the 4 spot, but already qualified, so this goes to Sweeting.

The 5 spot is the two year total. Homan, Jones, Sweeting and Flaxey are all qualified from above. Right now it's Carey in the lead, with Rocque, Einarson, and Fleury behind. They don't select the 2 year spot before the 2016-17 spots, but they do keep going down the list on the two year total to get someone, unlike every other spot where they go to the one year total.

Report this post to a moderator | IP: Logged

Old Post 02-28-17 11:40AM
Squiggsy is offline Click Here to See the Profile for Squiggsy Click here to Send Squiggsy a Private Message Find more posts by Squiggsy Add Squiggsy to your buddy list Edit/Delete Message Reply w/Quote
Curlwalker
Harvey Hacksmasher

Registered: Jan 2015
Location:
Posts: 17

Nixon retirement

The article on curling.ca on Amy Nixon's retirement says.......Quote...

In addition to the medal, the Carey team won $21,900 and earned 36.741 Canadian Team Ranking System (CTRS) points.
The points won’t do Carey much good as she is too far back in the rankings to earn one of the points-based berths into the Tim Hortons Roar of the Rings Canadian Curling Trials. The team will have to come through a pre-qualifying competition to keep its hopes alive for a trip to the 2018 Winter Olympics.


Seems even curling canada is confused....

Report this post to a moderator | IP: Logged

Old Post 02-28-17 06:39PM
Curlwalker is offline Click Here to See the Profile for Curlwalker Click here to Send Curlwalker a Private Message Find more posts by Curlwalker Add Curlwalker to your buddy list Edit/Delete Message Reply w/Quote
Three
Swing Artist

Registered: Feb 2015
Location: Canada
Posts: 249

Remember: Curling Canada fills in the qualification list in the order presented, any duplicate team is replaced by the highest unqualified one year points team but the two year spot at number 5 goes to the highest unqualified two year team. This is my interpretation of how it is stated on their website.

After the Scotties it stands like this:

1 - 2015 Canada Cup - Homan
2 - 2016 Scotties - Carey* replaced by Jones
3 - 2016 Canada Cup - Jones replaced by Flaxey
4 - 2017 Scotties - Homan replaced by Sweeting
5 - CTRS two year total - Carey
6 - CTRS one year total - Scheidegger
7 - CTRS one year total - Englot

* = Carey did not medal at worlds and was replaced by highest CTRS team for that paticular 2015-16 season.

One year:
1. Homan 402.018
2. Jones 354.481
3. Flaxey 308.877
4. Sweeting 278.880
5. Scheidegger 271.591
6. Englot 264.412
7. Fleury 201.515
8. Carey 189.416
9. Harrison 184.336

Two year:
1. Homan 985.726
2. Jones 780.417
3. Sweeting 626.156
4. Flaxey 502.055
5. Carey 497.727
6. Rocque 456.964
7. Einarson 450.217
8. Fleury 441.394
9. Englot 433.689

Realistically Fleury needs a win in the Players to catch up to Scheidegger/Englot. A win by either Fleury/Einarson/Englot at the Players probably puts them ahead of Carey on the two year list which would be a real problem for Carey. Currently Carey has to hope one team declines their Player's invitation so she gets an invite and a chance to get more points. Also Englot and Carey are the only two teams that don't currently have an invite to the Champions Cup. (Rocque and Harrison have no chance at an automatic berth but will get invites to Summerside.)

One thing I'm not sure about is how Amy Nixon's departure affects Team Carey's points...I am pretty sure they keep all of their points to date but maybe they won't get full credit for any future points because Cathy O is taking over at third ? I have a feeling they may get only 3/4 of the points earned should they actually get any more points. Can somebody clarify this .... Gerry?

Report this post to a moderator | IP: Logged

Old Post 03-13-17 09:00PM
Three is offline Click Here to See the Profile for Three Click here to Send Three a Private Message Find more posts by Three Add Three to your buddy list Edit/Delete Message Reply w/Quote
varnsey
Harvey Hacksmasher

Registered: Feb 2006
Location:
Posts: 18

quote:
Originally posted by Three
Remember: Curling Canada fills in the qualification list in the order presented, any duplicate team is replaced by the highest unqualified one year points team but the two year spot at number 5 goes to the highest unqualified two year team. This is my interpretation of how it is stated on their website.

After the Scotties it stands like this:

1 - 2015 Canada Cup - Homan
2 - 2016 Scotties - Carey* replaced by Jones
3 - 2016 Canada Cup - Jones replaced by Flaxey
4 - 2017 Scotties - Homan replaced by Sweeting
5 - CTRS two year total - Carey
6 - CTRS one year total - Scheidegger
7 - CTRS one year total - Englot

* = Carey did not medal at worlds and was replaced by highest CTRS team for that paticular 2015-16 season.

One year:
1. Homan 402.018
2. Jones 354.481
3. Flaxey 308.877
4. Sweeting 278.880
5. Scheidegger 271.591
6. Englot 264.412
7. Fleury 201.515
8. Carey 189.416
9. Harrison 184.336

Two year:
1. Homan 985.726
2. Jones 780.417
3. Sweeting 626.156
4. Flaxey 502.055
5. Carey 497.727
6. Rocque 456.964
7. Einarson 450.217
8. Fleury 441.394
9. Englot 433.689

Realistically Fleury needs a win in the Players to catch up to Scheidegger/Englot. A win by either Fleury/Einarson/Englot at the Players probably puts them ahead of Carey on the two year list which would be a real problem for Carey. Currently Carey has to hope one team declines their Player's invitation so she gets an invite and a chance to get more points. Also Englot and Carey are the only two teams that don't currently have an invite to the Champions Cup. (Rocque and Harrison have no chance at an automatic berth but will get invites to Summerside.)

One thing I'm not sure about is how Amy Nixon's departure affects Team Carey's points...I am pretty sure they keep all of their points to date but maybe they won't get full credit for any future points because Cathy O is taking over at third ? I have a feeling they may get only 3/4 of the points earned should they actually get any more points. Can somebody clarify this .... Gerry?



Amy being gone will only affect their world tour oom there for Carey may not be in the slams right away. As far as ctrs points go they have 3 remaining members so keeps all of those points.

Report this post to a moderator | IP: Logged

Old Post 03-13-17 09:10PM
varnsey is offline Click Here to See the Profile for varnsey Click here to Send varnsey a Private Message Find more posts by varnsey Add varnsey to your buddy list Edit/Delete Message Reply w/Quote
Bulls Eye
Knee-Slider

Registered: Mar 2017
Location:
Posts: 1

I think Fluery's easiest path to the Ottawa is for Scheidegger to win the Players. If Scheidegger passes Sweeting on the one year, she gets Homan's 4 slot for the 2017 Scotties. Sweeting then gets the 5 slot for the 2 year and Englot and Fluery get the 6 and 7 slots respectively for the 1 year. Carey would be the odd team out.

Report this post to a moderator | IP: Logged

Old Post 03-15-17 05:14PM
Bulls Eye is offline Click Here to See the Profile for Bulls Eye Find more posts by Bulls Eye Add Bulls Eye to your buddy list Edit/Delete Message Reply w/Quote
Curlwalker
Harvey Hacksmasher

Registered: Jan 2015
Location:
Posts: 17

Points

Does Scheidegger have to win the players or just finish well. She seems to have only 7 spiel results counting toward her YTD total so do any points she gets add in where Sweetings are only added if she improves on another score?

Report this post to a moderator | IP: Logged

Old Post 03-15-17 06:51PM
Curlwalker is offline Click Here to See the Profile for Curlwalker Click here to Send Curlwalker a Private Message Find more posts by Curlwalker Add Curlwalker to your buddy list Edit/Delete Message Reply w/Quote
Three
Swing Artist

Registered: Feb 2015
Location: Canada
Posts: 249

Re: Points

quote:
Originally posted by Curlwalker
Does Scheidegger have to win the players or just finish well. She seems to have only 7 spiel results counting toward her YTD total so do any points she gets add in where Sweetings are only added if she improves on another score?


You gotta it right. Hopefully Sportsnet actually talks about all this stuff.

Last edited by Three on 03-15-17 at 07:48PM

Report this post to a moderator | IP: Logged

Old Post 03-15-17 07:05PM
Three is offline Click Here to See the Profile for Three Click here to Send Three a Private Message Find more posts by Three Add Three to your buddy list Edit/Delete Message Reply w/Quote
Three
Swing Artist

Registered: Feb 2015
Location: Canada
Posts: 249

So the Player's field was announced yesterday and none of the top 12 Women's teams declined. Carey is out of luck at #13 and is very vulnerable to losing her spot to Ottawa. Should be fun to watch to see who makes the playoffs/semis/finals to see if Carey or Fleury grabs the final Ottawa invite.

Report this post to a moderator | IP: Logged

Old Post 03-24-17 12:04PM
Three is offline Click Here to See the Profile for Three Click here to Send Three a Private Message Find more posts by Three Add Three to your buddy list Edit/Delete Message Reply w/Quote
nelski
Super Rockchucker

Registered: Oct 2004
Location: Hill Bottom Corner
Posts: 1603

It is very good that lots of people are keeping their pencils sharp. Clearly the teams themselves are super attentive. But for the rest of us, it is definitely an onerous process. Lots at stake. Thanks for this thread. Yes. Sports analysts could benefit from following along here. It is tough to transfer all of the scenarios into ordinary talk. It makes tiebreaker scenarios seem #mickeyMouse.

__________________
Pushin' back from the hack.

Report this post to a moderator | IP: Logged

Old Post 03-24-17 12:39PM
nelski is offline Click Here to See the Profile for nelski Click here to Send nelski a Private Message Find more posts by nelski Add nelski to your buddy list Edit/Delete Message Reply w/Quote
decade
Super Rockchucker

Registered: Jan 2011
Location:
Posts: 1427

Who has the best bet to take Homans's Brier spot now that she has a guaranteed medal? Flaxey? All the wannabe's are running to Perth next weekend to get some points, Really Middaugh as our olympic rep? Some of these ladies need a reality check,

Report this post to a moderator | IP: Logged

Old Post 03-24-17 04:40PM
decade is offline Click Here to See the Profile for decade Click here to Send decade a Private Message Find more posts by decade Add decade to your buddy list Edit/Delete Message Reply w/Quote
curlerbroad
Super Rockchucker

Registered: Feb 2004
Location: Toronto
Posts: 2028

Amy Nixon is listed amongst the wannabes...but is COC taking her place.

It will be interesting to see if any of these teams win the event"

__________________
Well Behaved Women Don't Make History.

Report this post to a moderator | IP: Logged

Old Post 03-24-17 07:58PM
curlerbroad is offline Click Here to See the Profile for curlerbroad Click here to Send curlerbroad a Private Message Find more posts by curlerbroad Add curlerbroad to your buddy list Edit/Delete Message Reply w/Quote
Three
Swing Artist

Registered: Feb 2015
Location: Canada
Posts: 249

quote:
Originally posted by decade
Who has the best bet to take Homans's Brier spot now that she has a guaranteed medal? Flaxey? All the wannabe's are running to Perth next weekend to get some points, Really Middaugh as our olympic rep? Some of these ladies need a reality check,




If you scroll up you can see my analysis. Middaugh has no chance of an Ottawa invite but will certainly get to Summerside and I'm sure they know that so not sure why they need a reality check. Perhaps they enjoy curling in Scotland and an afford it, good for them.

Report this post to a moderator | IP: Logged

Old Post 03-24-17 08:01PM
Three is offline Click Here to See the Profile for Three Click here to Send Three a Private Message Find more posts by Three Add Three to your buddy list Edit/Delete Message Reply w/Quote
UnattachedFC
Harvey Hacksmasher

Registered: Jan 2016
Location:
Posts: 99

quote:
Originally posted by Three




If you scroll up you can see my analysis. Middaugh has no chance of an Ottawa invite but will certainly get to Summerside and I'm sure they know that so not sure why they need a reality check. Perhaps they enjoy curling in Scotland and an afford it, good for them.



I think that she still has an outside shot.

If Middaugh makes the finals at Perth and Fleury doesn't qualify in her last two tournaments (Players' and Perth) AND Scheidegger passes Sweeting for 1-year, Middaugh would get that direct spot. Muirhead got 44 points for her win at Perth last year. I expect that winner will get something similar. She needs 29.5567 to pass Fleury considering that we have to take out Middaugh's 8th best result of this season.

Now, we have to see how many points will be available for that tournament, but she only needs the tournament to have a SFM higher than 4.2223. For a finals apperance to be good enough, it must be higher than 5.739. Just to give a comparison to last year, it was a 6.3695. I don't expect it to be lower this year for a finals apperance to not be good enough. I think it's possible that semis gets her something, but the tournament would need to be higher than 6,9545 and I doubt that, it would go that high.

Fleury wouldn't improve her 8th best score if she doesn't qualify in both of her events.

Scheidegger needs in the 1 year to pass Sweeting in that. She's technically 7 points back, but she only needs to tie whatever Sweeting does in points if they both make the playoffs, because Sweeting has to deduct her 11 points from the Canada Cup from her top results.

So you're telling me there's a chance

Last edited by UnattachedFC on 03-26-17 at 02:34AM

Report this post to a moderator | IP: Logged

Old Post 03-26-17 02:27AM
UnattachedFC is offline Click Here to See the Profile for UnattachedFC Click here to Send UnattachedFC a Private Message Find more posts by UnattachedFC Add UnattachedFC to your buddy list Edit/Delete Message Reply w/Quote
UnattachedFC
Harvey Hacksmasher

Registered: Jan 2016
Location:
Posts: 99

(sorry double post)

Last edited by UnattachedFC on 03-26-17 at 02:35AM

Report this post to a moderator | IP: Logged

Old Post 03-26-17 02:32AM
UnattachedFC is offline Click Here to See the Profile for UnattachedFC Click here to Send UnattachedFC a Private Message Find more posts by UnattachedFC Add UnattachedFC to your buddy list Edit/Delete Message Reply w/Quote
UnattachedFC
Harvey Hacksmasher

Registered: Jan 2016
Location:
Posts: 99

quote:
Originally posted by curlerbroad
Amy Nixon is listed amongst the wannabes...but is COC taking her place.

It will be interesting to see if any of these teams win the event"

¸

It also says Urech is playing for Feltscher even though Howald has been playing with them since at least the Swiss nationals.

Report this post to a moderator | IP: Logged

Old Post 03-26-17 02:57AM
UnattachedFC is offline Click Here to See the Profile for UnattachedFC Click here to Send UnattachedFC a Private Message Find more posts by UnattachedFC Add UnattachedFC to your buddy list Edit/Delete Message Reply w/Quote
All times are GMT. The time now is . Post New Thread    Post A Reply
Pages (4): [1] 2 3 4 »   Last Thread   Next Thread
Show Printable Version | Email this Page | Subscribe to this Thread

Forum Jump:
Rate This Thread:

Forum Rules:
You may not post new threads
You may not post replies
You may not post attachments
You may not edit your posts
HTML code is OFF
vB code is ON
Smilies are ON
[IMG] code is ON
 
Eastern Time (ET)
Full Scoreboard  |  Play Fantasy Pick'em!  
Click Event to Show Scoreboard
W: CCT Arctic Cup
Eastern Time (ET)
Full Scoreboard  |  Play Fantasy Pick'em!  

MOST RECENT CZ FORUM POSTS

Rock Talk
Curling Canada AGM
Manitoba Curling
West K Closing
Junior Curling
Ideas for Little Rocker Program
U.S.A. Curling
Curling Night In America (Omaha)
Rock Talk
Streaming Awards - Vote TESN
Rock Talk
Canadian Curling Clubs Rocked by Big Cable
Rock Talk
Southern Ontario Summer Curling - K-W Granite
World Curling Tour
Mixed Doubles Cash Spiel at KW Granite Club
Rock Talk
Wct-oom
Rock Talk
#SweatToCurl -Challenge
Gear Zone/Classifieds
Looking for a corn broom of two
Playdowns
Women's ROTR Qualifiying for Ottawa ( 1 2 3 4 )
World Curling Tour
2017-18 full season schedule?
Players/Teams Classifieds
Looking For a Team
Rock Talk
Ostlund
Manitoba Curling
Manitoba shuffle 2017/2018 ( 1 2 )
Manitoba Curling
Thistle mens leagues - earlier start times for '17-18
U.S.A. Curling
Bucks County Improvements
BC Curling
'New' Playdown Format?
Players/Teams Classifieds
2017/2018 season
Playdowns
Men's ROTR Qualifying for Ottawa ( 1 2 3 4 )
Players/Teams Classifieds
Senior Ladies or Mixed Team Hamilton area.
U.S.A. Curling
2017-18 High Performance Program
U.S.A. Curling
USA Olympic Trials teams selected
World Curling Tour
Jennifer Jones Loves to Curl - heading to Siberia ( 1 2 )
Alberta Curling
Looking for competitive womens team to join
U.S.A. Curling
Summer Ramblings
Manitoba Curling
Rare Openings in Fort Rouge Evening Leagues
Fantasy Curling
Fantasy Pick'em
Players/Teams Classifieds
Looking for a men's competitive team in Ottawa
Women's Curling Tour
2017 Arctic Cup
Playdowns
Winter Olympics PyeongChang2018
Players/Teams Classifieds
Looking to fill 2017/18 U21 Womens team
Manitoba Curling
Curl Fort Rouge 2017 / 2018
Players/Teams Classifieds
Competitive Women's team/Minnesota
Rock Talk
Lethbridge Curling Club Manager
Rock Talk
World Series of Curling
Job Postings
Virden Curling Club Tender - Manager
Rock Talk
Melissa Martin named Canada's Top Columnist
Rock Talk
Mean Tweets Sheet Show
Rock Talk
Mixed Doubles ( 1 2 3 4 )
World Curling Tour
Humpty's Champions Cup
The Pit
2017 Kentucky Derby
Rock Talk
Earliest Olympic Trials Predictions EVER
U.S.A. Curling
2017 Arena Nationals ( 1 2 )
U.S.A. Curling
World Mixed Doubles
Rock Talk
Curling Shoes
Rock Talk
Everest Curling Classic - August 2017
World Curling Tour
2017 European Masters
Rock Talk
Costly Loss at Worlds
Post New Message  |  View All Forums

FANTASY PICK'EM

Player Photo
Allen, Chad
  Player Photo
Dow, Colin
VIEW MATCHUP
October 17 -- 5:00 pm EDT
Click to Pick the Winner!
Who do you think will win?

Follow CurlingZone on these networks:

Join CZ on Facebook! Follow CZ on Twitter!

CurlingZone.com: Questions, comments, beefs? Click here to email us.
© 2001-2014 CurlingZone. All Rights Reserved. Terms of Service | Privacy Policy