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Diebel
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Junior Nationals in Victoria

The junior nationals are fast approaching.

Who you got for medals on the men's and woman's side.

Personally, I think Tanner Horgan's (NO) rink has a strong chance and medaling again. He looking to improve on his silver medal from last year losing to Matt Dunstone. With that team not there this year. I think the crew from Sudbury will be a force to be reckoned with.

I have not followed much of the girls provincial play downs. Although I think Team Clarke (NS) will be looking to repeat.

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Broadcasting note: CurlingGeek will have coverage of several sheets all week long. At the moment we have parents for the AB & NL women. I strongly suspect Team Tardi from BC will also be covered.

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For the men, I think the two frontrunners should be Tanner Horgan of Northern Ontario and Tyler Tardi of BC. Several quality teams at last year's Juniors failed to make it out of their respective provinces this year, most notably Calvert of Manitoba and Sturmay in Alberta. Mat Hall of Ontario should also be in the mix at the end of the week.

In terms of the women, there are certainly a few teams with plenty of potential at this year's juniors. Certainly the two names that stand out are Kristin Clarke of Nova Scotia as well at Corryn Brown of BC. Expect these two teams to be around at the end of the week. Manitoba always sends a strong representative and this year is no exception with a Burtnyk at the helm. Alberta seems to send quality teams as well. Much like the men, favorites last season such as Laurie St-Georges of Quebec and Justine Comeau of New Brunswick failed to make it out of their provinces so whoever gets hot by the end of the week could certainly make a push for the playoffs.

My predictions, for the men:
Tardi (BC) def. Hall (ON) in the semifinal
Horgan (NO) def. Tardi (BC) in the final.

For the women:
Brown (BC) def. Burtnyk (MB) in the semifinal
Clarke (NS) def. Brown (BC) in the final.

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For the men, I think the two frontrunners should be Tanner Horgan of Northern Ontario and Tyler Tardi of BC. Several quality teams at last year's Juniors failed to make it out of their respective provinces this year, most notably Calvert of Manitoba and Sturmay in Alberta. Mat Hall of Ontario should also be in the mix at the end of the week.

In terms of the women, there are certainly a few teams with plenty of potential at this year's juniors. Certainly the two names that stand out are Kristin Clarke of Nova Scotia as well at Corryn Brown of BC. Expect these two teams to be around at the end of the week. Manitoba always sends a strong representative and this year is no exception with a Burtnyk at the helm. Alberta seems to send quality teams as well. Much like the men, favorites last season such as Laurie St-Georges of Quebec and Justine Comeau of New Brunswick failed to make it out of their provinces so whoever gets hot by the end of the week could certainly make a push for the playoffs.

My predictions, for the men:
Tardi (BC) def. Hall (ON) in the semifinal
Horgan (NO) def. Tardi (BC) in the final.

For the women:
Brown (BC) def. Burtnyk (MB) in the semifinal
Clarke (NS) def. Brown (BC) in the final.



I like the picks. I'll go for Colton Goller (AB) instead of Hall (ON).

For the finals, 2.00$ on Tyler Tardi and Corryn Brown.

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For the men, I think the two frontrunners should be Tanner Horgan of Northern Ontario and Tyler Tardi of BC. Several quality teams at last year's Juniors failed to make it out of their respective provinces this year, most notably Calvert of Manitoba and Sturmay in Alberta. Mat Hall of Ontario should also be in the mix at the end of the week.

In terms of the women, there are certainly a few teams with plenty of potential at this year's juniors. Certainly the two names that stand out are Kristin Clarke of Nova Scotia as well at Corryn Brown of BC. Expect these two teams to be around at the end of the week. Manitoba always sends a strong representative and this year is no exception with a Burtnyk at the helm. Alberta seems to send quality teams as well. Much like the men, favorites last season such as Laurie St-Georges of Quebec and Justine Comeau of New Brunswick failed to make it out of their provinces so whoever gets hot by the end of the week could certainly make a push for the playoffs.

My predictions, for the men:
Tardi (BC) def. Hall (ON) in the semifinal
Horgan (NO) def. Tardi (BC) in the final.

For the women:
Brown (BC) def. Burtnyk (MB) in the semifinal
Clarke (NS) def. Brown (BC) in the final.



Agree with who will be in the playoffs but I will go with tardi over Horgan in the men's final and brown over clarke

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is there any reason the draw schedule show the bC junior men playing the yukon in draw 2 but that game not showing up on the scoreboard. same problem with the ontario v.s yukon game thats supposed to be going on right now but not appearing

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is there any reason the draw schedule show the bC junior men playing the yukon in draw 2 but that game not showing up on the scoreboard. same problem with the ontario v.s yukon game thats supposed to be going on right now but not appearing


Yukon did not send a U-21 team to the event

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Yukon did not send a U-21 team to the event



okay, i see. would have been better if they could have decided before the draw was made

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What If?

If any province or territory does not send a team to a junior national event, let the host province or territory have their runner up as a 2nd team? Great for local support and attendance.
Or is that just another can of worms?

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Our geeks are up and running. Current draw:

NO vs Ont
AB vs NL and NL vs AB (Same game, a different geek from each team)

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Re: What If?

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If any province or territory does not send a team to a junior national event, let the host province or territory have their runner up as a 2nd team? Great for local support and attendance.
Or is that just another can of worms?



That's another can of worms. The pool seedings are done based on the teams assigned to the pools - you can't add in a team that doesn't match the appropriate seeding.

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Ontario women win gold and BC men win gold. That's my guess.

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