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Harvey Hacksmasher


Registered: Nov 2006
Location: Edmonton
Posts: 21

Canadian Brier

I am not a fan of the current process. I think the Brier has lost the "Brier" ideals. My suggestion is to use the "Travelers" playdowns as entry to the following year Brier. Back to win your club, win your Zone, Win your Province. The Brier returns to the club team party it was. Have a separate competition in January for the top 8 teams on the Ctrs for a Canadian Champion to go to the Worlds. On Olympic years the winner goes to the Olympics and the runner up goes to the Worlds. Just my thoughts.

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