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quebec mens provs

The Quebec mens Provincials seem pretty long, with a similar format as the Brier. It appears as though they eliminated one team from a tiebreaker due to shootout scores. There were three teams tied for one spot after the first round robin series, so they eliminated one and had only one TB game. Unless I misread this, that would be a major flaw in the draw. You would never eliminate a team based on shoot out scores. You might give them an extra game in a TB, but you would never eliminate a team. If you decide to run a round robin, there is a risk of ties and hence TB games, so you must have time in the draw to accommodate this possibility.

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That sounds unfair, perhaps they should think about going to a triple knock out format like Ontario.

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There are ties in Northern Ontario and New Brunswick. It will be interesting to see if they have tiebreakers or eliminate teams based on the shootout scores. I agree with you, CB, if you don't have time for TBs, then go with the triple knockout draw.

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NO and NB both used TBs. Come to think of it, is this the first time in Canadian history that a provincial playdown leading to a Brier or Scotties ever eliminated a team based on shootout scores? I do not recall that ever happening before. Does anybody know of another example of this ever happening before?

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Congratulations to curling blogger Mike Fournier on winning Quebec.

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and congrats to 2008 junior champ william dion for finally getting to his first brier. he plays 2nd on the team

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