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Meridian Canadian Open - Fantasy Salary Cap Curling
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|Fantasy Curling returns with the Boost National, held December 10-15 in Conception Bay South, Newfoundland and Labrador where the Top 15 men's and women's teams are joined by 32 more teams in a Tier 2 section. Jump in an challenge yourself now! Invite your friends and compete against each other!
Whether you're a die-hard fanatic or just want another fantasy sport to try, you will find fun and excitement with our fantasy curling tournaments for the 2019-2020 season. You can pick your favorite teams, learn about teams you've never heard of and enjoy a new way to experience The Roaring Game. It's free to play and our winners will receive a fun reward for their triumph.
|How to Play: Register and sign up at CurlingZone, pick 3 mens teams and 3 womens teams while staying under the $40,000 total salary cap, and follow the action on the ice and on our leaderboard. Teams score points for what they do on the ice (like scoring and steals) and for their results (like wins and making it to the finals). Play for the highest total score!
Match Win: 5
Extra End Loss: 2
Event Win: 25
Runner Up: 12
2 or 3 ender: 2
Give Up Steal: -2
Blank End (w/ hammer): 1
Force 1 Points: 1
4 or 5 ender: 5
6 of 7 ender: 10
8 ender: 15
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January 26, 2020
Jamie Murphy (Halifax) wins the Deloitte Nova Scotia Tankard, defeating Kendal Thompson (Halifax) 10-4 at the Dartmouth Curling Club in Dartmouth, Nova Scotia.
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