2020 Scotties Tournament of Hearts

The 2020 Scotties Tournament of Hearts, Canada’s national women’s curling championship, was held from February 15 to 23 at Mosaic Place in Moose Jaw, Saskatchewan.[1][2] The winning team was scheduled to represent Canada at the 2020 World Women’s Curling Championship at the CN Centre in Prince George, British Columbia.

2020 Scotties Tournament of Hearts
Host city Moose Jaw, Saskatchewan
Arena Mosaic Place
Dates February 15–23
Attendance 59,298
Winner  Manitoba
Curling club Gimli Curling Club, Gimli, Manitoba
Skip Kerri Einarson
Third Val Sweeting
Second Shannon Birchard
Lead Briane Meilleur
Alternate Jennifer Clark-Rouire
Coach Patti Wuthrich
Finalist  Ontario (Rachel Homan)
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Manitoba‘s Kerri Einarson defeated Ontario‘s Rachel Homan 8–7 in the final.

On February 18, New Brunswick‘s Andrea Crawford rink scored seven points in the seventh end to set a new Canadian women’s national championship record for most points scored in a single end, going on to defeat Kerri Einarson’s undefeated and top-ranked Manitoba rink 13–7 in Draw 10 of the tournament.[3][4] In Draw 12 on February 19, Northern Ontario skip Krista McCarville curled a perfect 100% game in a 4–3 win over Alberta‘s Laura Walker.[5]

This Tournament of Hearts marked the second time that Moose Jaw has hosted the Scotties; the first time that the Scotties was hosted in Moose Jaw was in 2015.[6]

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Canada Alberta British Columbia Manitoba
The Glencoe Club, Calgary

Skip:Chelsea Carey
Third:Sarah Wilkes
Second:Dana Ferguson
Lead:Rachelle Brown

Saville SC, Edmonton

Skip:Laura Walker
Third:Kate Cameron
Second:Taylor McDonald[lower-alpha 1]
Lead:Nadine Scotland
Alternate:Kelsey Rocque[lower-alpha 1]

Kamloops CC, Kamloops

Skip:Corryn Brown
Third:Erin Pincott
Second:Dezaray Hawes[lower-alpha 2]
Lead:Ashley Klymchuk
Alternate:Dailene Pewarchuk[lower-alpha 2]

Gimli CC, Gimli

Skip:Kerri Einarson
Third:Val Sweeting[lower-alpha 3]
Second:Shannon Birchard
Lead:Briane Meilleur
Alternate:Jennifer Clark-Rouire[lower-alpha 3]

New Brunswick Newfoundland and Labrador Northern Ontario Nova Scotia
Gage Golf & CC, Oromocto

Skip:Andrea Crawford
Third:Jennifer Armstrong
Second:Jillian Babin
Lead:Katie Forward

St. John’s CC, St. John’s

Skip:Erica Curtis
Third:Erin Porter
Second:Julie Devereaux
Lead:Beth Hamilton

Fort William CC, Thunder Bay

Skip:Krista McCarville
Third:Kendra Lilly
Second:Ashley Sippala
Lead:Jen Gates

Mayflower CC, Halifax

Skip:Mary-Anne Arsenault
Third:Christina Black
Second:Jenn Baxter
Lead:Emma Logan[lower-alpha 4]
Alternate:Kristin Clarke[lower-alpha 4]

Ontario Prince Edward Island Quebec Saskatchewan
Ottawa CC, Ottawa

Skip:Rachel Homan
Third:Emma Miskew
Second:Joanne Courtney[lower-alpha 5]
Lead:Lisa Weagle[lower-alpha 5]
Alternate:Cheryl Kreviazuk[lower-alpha 5]

Montague CC, Montague

Skip:Suzanne Birt
Third:Marie Christianson
Second:Meaghan Hughes
Lead:Michelle McQuaid

CC Chicoutimi, Chicoutimi
Glenmore CC, Dollard-des-Ormeaux
CC Trois-Rivières, Trois-Rivières

Skip:Noémie Verreault
Third:Alanna Routledge
Second:Marie-Pier Côté
Lead:Jill Routledge
Alternate:Joëlle St-Hilaire

Twin Rivers CC, North Battleford

Skip:Robyn Silvernagle
Third:Stefanie Lawton
Second:Jessie Hunkin[lower-alpha 6]
Lead:Kara Thevenot
Alternate:Stephanie Schmidt[lower-alpha 6]

Northwest Territories Nunavut Yukon Wild Card
Yellowknife CC, Yellowknife

Fourth:Jo-Ann Rizzo
Third:Sarah Koltun
Skip:Kerry Galusha
Lead:Shona Barbour
Alternate:Stacey Stabel

Iqaluit CC, Iqaluit

Skip:Lori Eddy
Third:Sadie Pinksen
Second:Alison Griffin
Lead:Kaitlin MacDonald

Whitehorse CC, Whitehorse

Skip:Hailey Birnie
Third:Chelsea Duncan
Second:Gabrielle Plonka
Lead:Kimberly Tuor
Alternate:Rhonda Horte

St. Vital CC, Winnipeg

Skip:Jennifer Jones
Third:Kaitlyn Lawes
Second:Jocelyn Peterman
Lead:Dawn McEwen

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