Canada has fallen to second place in the wheelchair curling standings after losing spectacularly to Finland 12-1.
The Canadians beat Slovakia in a lopsided 16-0 victory in round robin play. The game was called after only six ends.
The Canadian wheelchair curling team qualified for the semifinal round of the Paralympic tournament in Sochi with a 10-4 victory over South Korea in round-robin play on Wednesday.
The Canadian wheelchair curling team rallied from a 4-0 deficit against China on Tuesday to remain tied for first place with Russia in the round-robin standings at the Sochi Paralympics.
Canada suffered its first loss in wheelchair curling at the Paralympics, falling to Norway 8-6 in extra ends on Monday to drop to 4-1 in the round-robin portion.
The Canadian wheelchair curling team won its fourth straight match at the 2014 Paralympics in Sochi, earning a comfortable 7-2 victory over the United States in the early draw on Monday.
Kevin Koe denied Kamloops native son Jim Cotter the big prize Sunday, as Alberta scored three three-enders to beat B.C. 10-5 at the Canadian men's curling championship.
Manitoba's Jeff Stoughton won 9-5 in nine ends after scoring two in the first and stealing two in the second on a missed Quebec runback at the Tim Hortons Brier.
Alberta edged Quebec 9-8 in an extra end Saturday to win the right to meet B.C. Sunday for the Canadian men's curling championship.
Quebec's Jean-Michel Menard will play Alberta's Kevin Koe to see who will challenge British Columbia for the Canadian men's curling championship.
Olympic gold medallist Brad Jacobs and his team were treated like curling royalty Saturday when they visited the Canadian men's curling championship and say they have their sights fixed on Korea in 2018.
John Morris and British Columbia will be playing in the Canadian men's curling championship final Sunday after handing Alberta's Kevin Koe his second loss of the day Friday.
It came down to the last rock of Quebec's Jean-Michel Menard, but the playoff field has been set at the Tim Horton's Brier in Kamloops, B.C.
Manitoba's Jeff Stoughton and B.C.'s John Morris won their final round-robin games Thursday night to finish the Canadian men's curling championship at 9-2. A final Alberta win Friday would guarantee Kevin Koe a No. 1 finish at 10-1 leaving Manitoba second and B.C. third.
After a four in the first end, Alberta's Kevin Koe struggled a little against Prince Edward Island Thursday but still stayed in first place with a 9-6 win at the Canadian men's curling championships.
Manitoba's Jeff Stoughton defeated B.C.'s John Morris 7-6 in an extra end at the Brier Thursday, leaving both at 8-2 and Alberta in sole possession of first place at the Canadian men's curling championship.
Two Maritime provinces no longer have a reserved spot at the Brier and will have to play their way into the Canadian men's curling championship next year.
It's crunch time on Thursday for two of the top teams at the Canadian men's curling championships as John Morris and Jeff Stoughton fight for the right to play in the one vs. two game on Friday.
Alberta's Kevin Koe again grabbed a share of top spot in the standings Wednesday night at the Canadian men's curling championships with a 10-5 win over Ontario's Greg Balsdon.
John Morris and B.C. scored a big five in the third end and coasted to an 8-3 win in eight over Ontario's Greg Balsdon on Wednesday afternoon at the Canadian men's curling championship.