Canada Clinches #1 Spot in the Round Robin
After 14 draws at the 2009 Men's World Curling Championships, Canada has a record of 9W and 0L. The next closest teams are Scotland and Norway with 6W and 3L each. Since each team has only two games remaining in the round robin, even if Canada loses its last two games, it will still have the best record of the bunch. The imp entire team has performed magnificently so far. They are one of the most impressive curling teams I have ever seen.
On Thursday, Canada faces Denmark at 9am. I will try to live-blog that game for those readers who enjoy our summaries and rants. And then Canada faces Scotland at 6:30pm (both times EDT), and we are hoping that one of us will be able to live-blog that game as well, but more likely than not we will be sufficiently bent out of shape because the game is being broadcast on tape delay by TSN that we will give it a miss. We'll see.
Labels: 2009 Men's World Championship