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an idea just occured to me.

i wonder if dunstone and moskowy team up.. maybe dunstone reconnects with a junior team mate and picks up moskowy and wozniak.

picture a team with dunstone, moskowy and wozniak on it. that could be an insanely good team

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moskowy has announced on twitter he'll be letting us know his new team tonight.

so we've got 2 big announcements coming tonight

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Riiiiiight,
Moskowy doesn't have a team. And neither does Laycock, right?
Maybe those two pair up, get a local lead and grab Wozniak from out of province. I'm surprised Matt is still a free agent. This has to mean he's forming something with players with legit credentials. So maybe joining SK.

Dunstone heavily suggested a reunion so I don't see it as a brand new makeup. I'm gonna guess Lott and Doering along with either Wozniak or someone new to the team to play lead.

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Riiiiiight,
Moskowy doesn't have a team. And neither does Laycock, right?
Maybe those two pair up, get a local lead and grab Wozniak from out of province. I'm surprised Matt is still a free agent. This has to mean he's forming something with players with legit credentials. So maybe joining SK.

Dunstone heavily suggested a reunion so I don't see it as a brand new makeup. I'm gonna guess Lott and Doering along with either Wozniak or someone new to the team to play lead.



the way matt worded it doesn't clarify if he meant the whole junior team is reuniting or if just one of them is reuniting with him . could be he's reuniting with one but adding 2 new players.

i doubt dunstone and moskowy are curling together but it was just a theory that just hit me now

i'm surprised we haven't heard from wozniak yet either. maybe he's stepping back though

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Moskowy

New team

Dunstone
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i don't remember dunstone curling with any of them before

this could be either very good team or not. all 4 of those guys have fiery personalities. that doesn't always work out well. if it does though look out. this team is supremely talented and definitely has brier winning potential

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Potential....Yes, but far from crowning

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i don't remember dunstone curling with any of them before

this could be either very good team or not. all 4 of those guys have fiery personalities. that doesn't always work out well. if it does though look out. this team is supremely talented and definitely has brier winning potential





Too much praise waaaaay too soon. It's a good team, not great. 3 guys trying to call the game rarely works. Dunstone still very unproven in the MEN'S game. Yes he makes the occasional big runback for the ooohs and aahs for the crowd bus hasn't won anything since juniors as skip.

Let's wait until we see the new Laycock team, even the Casey team,, before we crown Dunstone the SK winner, let alone Brier winner

I think your prediction of somewhere between good and not at all is fairly accurate and I would lean closer to just another pretty good team amongst the other top 20-30.

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Re: Potential....Yes, but far from crowning

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Too much praise waaaaay too soon. It's a good team, not great. 3 guys trying to call the game rarely works. Dunstone still very unproven in the MEN'S game. Yes he makes the occasional big runback for the ooohs and aahs for the crowd bus hasn't won anything since juniors as skip.

Let's wait until we see the new Laycock team, even the Casey team,, before we crown Dunstone the SK winner, let alone Brier winner

I think your prediction of somewhere between good and not at all is fairly accurate and I would lean closer to just another pretty good team amongst the other top 20-30.



im not saying they're gonna come up and win the brier next year. just looking at that team and the talent on it though there's no denying the potential to do big things is there.

as i said though that is a team of 4 fiery guys and personalities may clash. i don't see a calming influence/voice of reason on there. we'll see

you are right. we'll have to see what teams steve and adam put together. but with this team and the muyres team plus presumably steve and adam's saskatchewan is going to be very exciting to watch next year

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Upon reflection..... they will be a good team, with some trepidation. Time will tell.

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More from overseas...Team Feltscher.

Kaufmann (second) taking a break/retiring, Howald (lead) moving up to vice for Feltscher with a new front end coming on board, and Schori (vice) moving on to skip her own team.

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that's another change no one saw coming. wow

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Feltscher fizzled badly at the worlds - her worst outing on an international stage in years.

But that team seemed so warm & cuddly regardless of wins/losses so it comes as a surprise!

With Eve Muirhead unable to compete for U.K. Feltscher was supposed to be the main intruder on the ultimate Canada vs. Sweden catfight. Wasn't even close - a first time performer like Jamie Sinclair took her spot with apparent ease.

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Does Dunstone bouncing from team to team say something about him as a team mate? He and Gunner would be perfect together. All show and no do,

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Wow, interesting that Dunstone stayed in SK. This on paper is definitely a better team than Muyres although I could see both playing slams.

I could see this team being a good personality fit. The front end would know to back off and like the Jacobs team they'd learn how to manage all the testosterone.

This team def has potential but needs to develop well to make Brier top 4 unless things really come together and the door opens for them one year. I see them at the level of the Epping team that just broke up. That is one tier below, mostly because as individuals they are high 80s curlers on the back end and mid 80s on the front end. Enough for slams, but need work to get to that next level.

I continue to be shocked that Laycock is left wandering the streets of Saskatoon now that the dust is settling. I think he's an elite player. Does no one like him?

Maybe he joins forces with Casey and Wozniak comes over, but I'm pretty tepid on Adam. He's a talent but everything I have heard points to him not being exactly the hardest worker in the sport. Real curious to see what happens with the spare parts still out there as there are some good pieces.

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Laycock really hasn’t won anything. Winning a weak province every other year only gets you brier experience. He will prob join up with Cotter in another weak province.

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Laycock really hasn’t won anything. Winning a weak province every other year only gets you brier experience. He will prob join up with Cotter in another weak province.



Very wise prediction. Just announced

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I like Laycock alot.
A number of big shots he missed were because of the front end, in my opinion.

Cotter
Laycock
Griffith
Sawatsky

I like this.
Good for him.

I'm loving the shuffling that has happened across the board.

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to say this is a surprise would be an understatement. i never thought i'd see the day when steve wasn't playing out of saskatchewan

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well now i'm still waiting on adam casey. either a confirmation of keeping the lineup or making a change.

and i'm kind of curious about virtue

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Casey must be ready for province number 4 by now

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Like most pro curlers Laycock loves the smell and feel of being in a Brier.

Going to BC, especially with its #1 skip and #1 front end - assures years of auto-berth Brier participation. Team may not be strong enough to inflict major torment on monsters like Koe, Jacobs, Gushue but they will certainly contend for medals - probably for years to come!

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Laycock came out of strong Juniors into 3rd for Pat Simmons. He was strong there, strode away from third to skip, and may now be back in a good position. Was Simmons at his strongest when he had Steve at 3rd? Can't remember.

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Laycock came out of strong Juniors into 3rd for Pat Simmons. He was strong there, strode away from third to skip, and may now be back in a good position. Was Simmons at his strongest when he had Steve at 3rd? Can't remember.


pat's best saskatchewan team was definitely when he had laycock at lead , jeff sharp at 3rd and gerry adam playing 2nd

i still can't help but think pat could have won the brier for saskatchewan that year if he'd beaten alberta in the semi..and he should have. that team was so good

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PEI’s Robyn McPhee is stepping back, but Glenn Howard will be back with Scott moving up to vice and Tim March joining at lead.

Wonder how he’ll do?

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PEI’s Robyn McPhee is stepping back, but Glenn Howard will be back with Scott moving up to vice and Tim March joining at lead.

Wonder how he’ll do?



that's..quite surprising to be honest. kind of thought glenn would hang it up after the olympics but he still clearly has a passion for the sport. as long as he does i guess there's no reason to stop.

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