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How to watch The Best Event 2020 edition was canceled because of the COVID-19 pandemic, but the 2021 Canadian Mixed Doubles Curling Championship is back and bigger than ever. 

Canada’s national curling championship begins on Thursday, with 35 teams hitting the sheets in Calgary, Alta. Normally scheduled to take place with 32 pairings, Curling Canada opted to expand. 

The 35 teams will represent provinces and territories (14), teams from March 15, 2019, to March 15, 2020, Canadian Mixed Doubles Rankings (14) and teams that had previously committed to playing together but were unable to compete this year because of COVID-19 (seven). Click To Watch:  

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Teams in 2021 include Nancy Martin, who has played in every mixed doubles tournament, and defending champs Jocelyn Peterman and Brett Gallant. Also competing will be Kerri Einarson, who just skipped her team to back-to-back Scotties titles, and Brendan Bottcher, who is just days removed from his first Brier championship in his fourth straight final. 

Einarson will be teaming with the Brier’s 2021 Team Canada skip Brad Gushue while Bottcher is paired up with his fiancee, Bobbie Sauder.

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

When is the 2021 Canadian Mixed Doubles Curling Championship?

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

Where is the 2021 Canadian Mixed Doubles Curling Championship?

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.

Will fans be in attendance?

Canadian Mixed Doubles Curling Championship 2021 Live Reddit 

Because of the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, fans will not be allowed to attend this year’s tournament. The bubble setup in Calgary is similar to the ones the NHL (Edmonton and Toronto) and the 2021 IIHF World Juniors Championship (Edmonton) created.

What channel is the 2021 Canadian Mixed Doubles Curling Championship on?

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.

MORE: Einarson, Canada win Scotties | Bottcher, Alberta win Brier

What is the purse for the 2021 Canadian Mixed Doubles Curling Championship?

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.

Who has previously won the Canadian Mixed Doubles Curling Championship?

2013: Isabelle Neron, Robert Desjardins
2014: Kim Tuck, Wayne Tuck, Jr.
2015: Kalynn Park, Charley Thomas
2016: Jocelyn Peterman, Brett Gallant
2017: Joanne Courtney, Reid Carruthers
2018: Laura Crocker, Kirk Muyres
2019: Jocelyn Peterman, Brett Gallant
2020: None

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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

Team Games Wins Losses
Jocelyn Peterman/Brett Gallant 0 0 0
Angela Dale/Peter Van Strien (NU) 0 0 0
Kadriana Sahaidak/Colton Lott 0 0 0
Melissa Adams/Alex Robichaud (NB) 0 0 0
Clancy Grandy/Patrick Janssen 0 0 0
Brittany Tran/Aaron Sluchinski (AB) 0 0 0
Joanne Courtney/Darren Moulding 0 0 0

Pool B

Team Games Wins Losses
Jennifer Jones/Brent Laing 0 0 0
Kim Tuck/Wayne Tuck 0 0 0
Bayly Scoffin/Wade Scoffin (YT) 0 0 0
Laurie St-Georges/Félix Asselin (QC) 0 0 0
Kerri Einarson/Brad Gushue 0 0 0
Lauren Wasylkiw/Shane Konings (ON) 0 0 0
Émilie Desjardins/Robert Desjardins 0 0 0

Pool C

Team Games Wins Losses
Nancy Martin/Tyrel Griffith 0 0 0
Laura Walker/Kirk Muyres 0 0 0
Briane Meilleur/Mark Nichols 0 0 0
Chaelynn Kitz/Kyler Kleibrink 0 0 0
Selena Njegovan/Reid Carruthers 0 0 0
Stephanie Jackson-Baier/Corey Chester (BC) 0 0 0
Lauren MacFayden/Alex MacFayden (PE) 0 0 0

Pool D

Team Games Wins Losses
Shannon Birchard/Catlin Schneider 0 0 0
Krysten Karwacki/Derek Samagalski (MB) 0 0 0
Val Sweeting/Marc Kennedy 0 0 0
Elizabeth King/Landon King (NT) 0 0 0
Bobbie Sauder/Brendan Bottcher 0 0 0
Karlee Jones/Bryce Everist (NS) 0 0 0
Emma Miskew/Ryan Fry 0 0 0

Pool E

Team Games Wins Losses
Oye-Sem Won/Trevor Bonot (NO) 0 0 0
Ashley Quick/Mike Armstrong (SK) 0 0 0
Kaitlyn Lawes/Connor Lawes 0 0 0
Lisa Weagle/John Epping 0 0 0
Dezaray Hawes/Tyler Tardi 0 0 0
Danielle Schmiemann/John Morris 0 0 0
Mackenzie Mitchell/Greg Smith (NL) 0 0 0

Canadian Mixed Doubles Curling Championship 2021 Live Reddit 

Canadian Mixed Doubles Curling Championship 2021 Live Reddit 

2021 Canadian Mixed Doubles Curling Championship page playoffs schedule, results

Page seedings (March 24, 4:30 p.m. ET)

Winner of 2nd vs. 7/10
Winner of 3rd vs. 6/11

Winner of 1st vs. 8/9
Winner of 4th vs. 5/12

Page Games (March 24, 8:30 p.m. ET)

Page 3
Page 4

Page 1
Page 2

Semifinal (March 25, 4 p.m. ET)

Loser of Page 1/2
Winner of Page 3/4

Final (March 25, 9 p.m. ET)

Winner of Page 1/2
Winner of semifinal

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