Kaitlyn Lawes put the exclamation point in an 8-2 win over Finland Friday in South Korea, rolling her last rock of the sixth end to score five in Canada's most prolific match of these Olympics.
Canada put on its best performance so far to improve to 2-1 in curling mixed doubles with victory over China on Friday in Pyeongchang.
After exchanging single points through the first four ends of Thursday's Olympic mixed curling round-round match against the United States, Canada's Kaitlyn Lawes and John Morris stole three in the fifth end to snap a 2-2 tie en route to a 6-4 victory.
Canadian curlers John Morris and Kaitlyn Lawes had never known what it felt like to lose a game at the Olympics — until now. In the historic debut of mixed doubles Olympic curling, Norway stunned the Canadians 9-6 under the bright lights of the Gangneung Curling Venue on Thursday in South Korea.
The Canadian pair of John Morris and Kaitlyn Lawes dropped their first match 9-6 to Norway in their first round robin match of the inaugural mixed doubles curling competition.
Follow CBC Sports reporter Devin Heroux's live dispatches from Pyeongchang, South Korea, where he'll be following the action in the mixed doubles, men's and women's tournaments at the Winter Olympics.
Despite being the dominant force in curling, Canada has lagged behind in the new game of mixed doubles. John Morris and Kaitlyn Lawes hope to change that at the Olympics.
Manitoba's Jennifer Jones has won the Scotties Tournament of Hearts for the sixth time in her career.
Nova Scotia's Mary-Anne Arsenault advanced into the semifinal at the Scotties Tournament of Hearts with a 6-2 win over Northern Ontario's Tracy Fleury on Saturday.
Team Wild Card, Manitoba and Nova Scotia are all 8-2 heading into the final playoff championship match at the Scotties Tournament of Hearts.
Hollie Duncan's Ontario team advanced to the championship pool at the Scotties Tournament of Hearts with an 11-8 win over Newfoundland's Stacie Curtis in Thursday's tiebreaker game.
Three-time Olympian Kevin Martin will be inducted into the World Curling Hall of Fame. The four-time Brier champion from Edmonton won gold at the 2010 Vancouver Winter Games and silver in 2002 at Salt Lake City.
Jennifer Jones' Manitoba team suffered its first loss at the Scotties Tournament of Hearts but remained atop the Pool A standings following Wednesday's morning draw.
A 10-3 win over Yukon's Chelsea Duncan has Kerri Einarson's team in second place in Pool A with a 4-1 record following Tuesday afternoon action at the South Okanagan Events Centre. Manitoba's Jennifer Jones remains in first at 5-0.
Stacie Curtis came out on top in a battle of unbeaten teams at the Scotties Tournament of Hearts.
It was another dominating performance for Manitoba's Jennifer Jones at the Scotties Tournament of Hearts.
Alberta's Casey Scheidegger kept it simple to begin the Scotties Tournament of Hearts with a victory.
Chelsea Carey won the Canadian Open curling tournament Sunday, downing Michelle Englot 10-5. Carey scored four in the eighth end to turn a close game into a blowout.
The finals are set at the Canadian Open. Winnipeg's Michelle Englot toppled Sochi Olympic gold medallist Jennifer Jones 10-4 in the semi-finals on Saturday to grab her spot in the championship draw at the fourth Grand Slam of Curling event of the season.
?With third Kaitlyn Lawes bound for the Winter Olympics, Jennifer Jones has recruited Shannon Birchard to join her team at the upcoming Scotties Tournament of Hearts.