Curling Canada: Mixed Doubles Championship Live stream | Quick info 2021 Prize Money, Teams Update

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There are still three preliminary-round draws remaining to be played today, but Brad Gushue of St. John’s and partner Kerri Einarson are already assured of being among the 12 teams that will advance to the next stage of the Home Hardware Canadian mixed doubles championship in Calgary. And it appears Gushue won’t be alone as a Newfoundland representative in the playoff phase, Watch Live Curling Here

Gushue and Einarson, skip of the reigning Canadian women’s champions out of Manitoba, clinched their playoff berth Monday with a 7-6 ended-end win over Laurie St. Georges and Felix Asselin of Quebec, a game that saw Einarson/Gushue come up with a steal for the win.

Here’s everything you need to know for the 2021 Canadian Mixed Doubles Curling Championship latest update

When and where is the 2021 Mixed Doubles Curling Championship will start?

This year’s tournament begins Thursday, March 18, with the final scheduled to take place Thursday, March 25 at 9 p.m. ET.

Like the 2021 Scotties and Brier, teams will compete in a bubble in Calgary, Alta. The Markin MacPhail Centre at WinSport’s Canada Olympic Park will serve as the host site.

Where I can stream or watch Canadian Mixed Curling games Live online?

The Canadian Mixed Doubles Curling Championship will be broadcast on TSN and RDS2, with live streaming available via TSN.ca, the TSN app and ESPN3.

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Mixed Doubles Curling Championship Prize Money

Total purse: $150,000

1st: $50,000
2nd: $30,000
3rd: $20,000
4th: $10,000
5th-8th: $6,500
9th-12th: $3,500

The winning team will also get a chance to represent Canada at the 2021 World Mixed Doubles Curling Championship if it happens.

2021 Canadian Mixed Doubles Curling Championship pool standings

Split into five pools of seven, 35 teams will compete in six games in their respective pools.

The top 12 teams advance to the playoff bracket with the top four seeds getting a bye. The remaining eight teams will square off in single-elimination draws with the four teams left standing playing in the Qualifying Round against one of the teams who received a bye.

The four teams who advance will play in the Page Playoff. They will play one Page Seeding draw with the winners playing against each other (Page 1 vs. Page 2) and the losers going head-to-head (Page 3 vs. Page 4). The winner of Page 1 vs. Page 2 will automatically advance to the final and await the winner between the team they just beat and the winner of Page 3 vs. Page 4.

Pool A

TeamGamesWinsLosses
Jocelyn Peterman/Brett Gallant000
Angela Dale/Peter Van Strien (NU)000
Kadriana Sahaidak/Colton Lott000
Melissa Adams/Alex Robichaud (NB)000
Clancy Grandy/Patrick Janssen000
Brittany Tran/Aaron Sluchinski (AB)000
Joanne Courtney/Darren Moulding000

Pool B

TeamGamesWinsLosses
Jennifer Jones/Brent Laing000
Kim Tuck/Wayne Tuck000
Bayly Scoffin/Wade Scoffin (YT)000
Laurie St-Georges/Félix Asselin (QC)000
Kerri Einarson/Brad Gushue000
Lauren Wasylkiw/Shane Konings (ON)000
Émilie Desjardins/Robert Desjardins000

Pool C

TeamGamesWinsLosses
Nancy Martin/Tyrel Griffith000
Laura Walker/Kirk Muyres000
Briane Meilleur/Mark Nichols000
Chaelynn Kitz/Kyler Kleibrink000
Selena Njegovan/Reid Carruthers000
Stephanie Jackson-Baier/Corey Chester (BC)000
Lauren MacFayden/Alex MacFayden (PE)000

Pool D

TeamGamesWinsLosses
Shannon Birchard/Catlin Schneider000
Krysten Karwacki/Derek Samagalski (MB)000
Val Sweeting/Marc Kennedy000
Elizabeth King/Landon King (NT)000
Bobbie Sauder/Brendan Bottcher000
Karlee Jones/Bryce Everist (NS)000
Emma Miskew/Ryan Fry000

Pool E

TeamGamesWinsLosses
Oye-Sem Won/Trevor Bonot (NO)000
Ashley Quick/Mike Armstrong (SK)000
Kaitlyn Lawes/Connor Lawes000
Lisa Weagle/John Epping000
Dezaray Hawes/Tyler Tardi000
Danielle Schmiemann/John Morris000
Mackenzie Mitchell/Greg Smith (NL)000

Canadian Mixed Doubles Curling Championship pool schedule

Draw 22 (March 22, 1:30 p.m. ET)

Sheet A (Pool E)
Lawes/Lawes
Mitchell/Smith (NL)

Sheet B
None

Sheet C (Pool E)
Won/Bonot (NO)
Weagle/Epping

Sheet D (Pool C)
Walker/Muyres
Meilleur/Nichols

Draw 23 (March 22, 4:30 p.m. ET)

Sheet A (Pool D)
Karwacki/Samagalski (MB)
Sweeting/Kennedy

Sheet B (Pool C)
Martin/Griffith
Jackson-Baier/Chester (BC)

Sheet C (Pool D)
Birchard/Schneider
Jones/Everist (NS)

Sheet D (Pool E)
Quick/Armstrong (SK)
Schmiemann/Morris

Draw 24 (March 22, 7:30 p.m. ET)

Sheet A (Pool B)
Wasylkiw/Konings (ON)
Desjardins/Desjardins

Sheet B (Pool A)
Adams/Robichaud (NB)
Grandy/Janssen

Sheet C (Pool B)
St-Georges/Asselin (QC)
Einarson/Gushue

Sheet D (Pool A)
Tran/Sluchinski (AB)
Courtney/Moulding

Draw 25 (March 22, 10:30 p.m. ET)

Sheet A (Pool D)
Jones/Everist (NS)
Miskew/Fry

Sheet B (Pool C)
Kitz/Kleibrink
Njegovan/Carruthers

Sheet C (Pool D)
King/King (NT)
Sauder/Bottcher

Sheet D (Pool C)
Jackson-Baier/Chester (BC)
MacFayden/MacFayden (PE)

Draw 26 (March 23, 10:30 a.m. ET)

Sheet A
None

Sheet B (Pool E)
Quick/Armstrong (SK)
Won/Bonot (NO)

Sheet C (Pool E)
Hawes/Tardi
Schmiemann/Morris

Sheet D (Pool E)
Lawes/Lawes
Weagle/Epping

Draw 27 (March 23, 1:30 p.m. ET)

Sheet A (Pool A)
Adams/Robichaud (NB)
Sahaidak/Lott

Sheet B (Pool B)
Tuck/Tuck
Jones/Laing

Sheet C (Pool A)
Dale/Van Strien (NU)
Peterman/Gallant

Sheet D (Pool B)
St-Georges/Asselin (QC)
Scoffin/Scoffin (YT)

Draw 28 (March 23, 4:30 p.m. ET)

Sheet A (Pool C)
Kitz/Kleibrink
Meilleur/Nichols

Sheet B (Pool D)
Karwacki/Samagalski (MB)
Birchard/Schneider

Sheet C (Pool C)
Walker/Muyres
Martin/Griffith

Sheet D (Pool D)
King/King (NT)
Sweeting/Kennedy Get more information about Mixed Curling Championship 2021 Please visit the main source

The five pool winners and the seven remaining teams with the best records (after any necessary tiebreakers) will advance. The top four teams get the early byes. Tose ranked five to 12 meet in opening playoff draws tonight (10 p.m. NT), with winners playing the four bye teams Wednesday (2 p.m. NT).

That leads to a Page playoff that will end with a gold-medal game on Thursday.

Top prize is $50,000. The runner-up pairing will collect $30,000; $20,000 to third place and $10,000 to fourth place. Fifth- through eighth-place earns $6,500 while ninth through 12th takes home $3,500.

Also on the line is a berth as Canada’s representatives in the 2021 world mixed doubles championship which was recently announced for May at a location to be determined.