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M: Lupus ALPACA Spiel
Blaine, MN
Teams | Scores | Standings | Playoffs
Recent Games:
Martin Final
Brickey (1)
Hodgson 10  Final
Rodawig (2)
Jacobs Final
Strack (1)
Carey Final
Rodawig 11  (2)
Howard Final
Sherry 10  (2)
Shuster 13  Final
Brickey (2)
Moulding Final
Isdahl 12  (2)
Martin Final
Sidney (1)
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Martin wins 2005 Canadian Open

Jan 27 - 30, 2005

Event Results:

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Final Ranking    
Team Prize (CDN) Points
1.   Kevin Martin $30,000  --- 
2.   David Nedohin $18,000  --- 
3.   Glenn Howard $12,000  --- 
4.   John Morris $12,000  --- 
5.   Jean-Michel Menard $7,000  --- 
6.   Kerry Burtnyk $7,000  --- 
7.   Pal Trulsen $7,000  --- 
8.   Vic Peters $7,000  --- 
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Event Information


Dates: Jan. 27-30, 2005
Format: Round Robin
Purse: $100,000 (CDN)
Rules: 4-Rock Rule
Teams: 15 (8 Qualifiers)

Location: Winnipeg, MB
Arena: MTS Centre
Tickets: Tickets by Ticketmaster

2005 Canadian Open of Curling Event Coordinator:  Gary Rozak
Email:  info@2005canadianopen.ca

Media Contact: George Karrys
Email: george@thecurlingnews.com

TV: Rogers Sportsnet – Semifinals Sunday 3:00 PM EST, Final 8:00 PM EST


PURSE INFO: All Money CND
1. First Place $30,000
2. Second Place $18,000
3. Third Place $12,000
3. Fourth Place $12,000
5. Fifth Place $7,000
5. Fifth Place $7,000
5. Fifth Place $7,000
5. Fifth Place $7,000
TOTAL PURSE: $100,000
 
 
Location
Winnipeg, Manitoba

Curling Scores

M: Lupus ALPACA Spiel
Blaine, MN
Teams | Scores | Standings | Playoffs
Recent Games:
Martin Final
Brickey (1)
Hodgson 10  Final
Rodawig (2)
Jacobs Final
Strack (1)
Carey Final
Rodawig 11  (2)
Howard Final
Sherry 10  (2)
Shuster 13  Final
Brickey (2)
Moulding Final
Isdahl 12  (2)
Martin Final
Sidney (1)
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