Curling team announcements for 2019-20 season

Norway's Thomas Ulsrud delivers a stone during the 2018 Canadian Open Grand Slam of Curling tournament in Camrose, Alta. (Anil Mungal)

Keep it here for the latest news and updates for teams announcing their lineups for the 2019-20 curling season.


March 21: Marc Kennedy joining Northern Ontario’s Team Jacobs

March 19: Manitoba’s Team Peterson staying together

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Team Update Happy to announce that Team Peterson will be keeping the same lineup heading into the 2019/2020 season . . . We are excited to build on the past successful season and work towards some big goals Crushing those goals begins in the off season and we will be partnering with @purewinnipeg again for our spring and summer training! . . For corporate sponsor inquiries, please message us directly on Instagram or Facebook to receive our information package.

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March 18: Lynn Kreviazuk moves onto Ontario’s Team Balsdon

March 18: Ontario’s Team Harrison disbands

March 18: Meet the new Team (Tanner) Horgan

March 16: Changes for Quebec’s Team Crete with Eric Sylvain retiring, Martin Crete taking year off

March 15: Ryan Fry leaving Northern Ontario’s Team Jacobs

March 15: We have the scoop on Laura Walker’s new Alberta team

March 15: Say goodbye to the slacks

March 15: Manitoba’s Team Calvert adds Justin Richter

Save the dates! The Pinty’s Grand Slam of Curling has released its schedule for next season with the Canadian Beef Masters kicking off the 2019-20 campaign Oct. 22-27 in North Bay, Ont.

March 13: Michelle Englot coming out of retirement

March 12: Ontario skip Julie Tippin stepping back

March 10: Meet the new Team (Jacob) Horgan

March 6: Darcy Robertson joins Manitoba’s Team Burtnyk

March 4: Matthew Hall leaving B.C.’s Team Tardi

March 2: Northern Ontario’s Team Horgan going separate ways

March 1: Manitoba’s Team Flaxey splitting up after Humpty’s Champions Cup

Feb. 26: Alberta’s Team Marthaller coming back for more

Feb. 22: Team Kaitlyn Jones’ Karlee Burgess & Lauren Lenentine making the move west

Feb. 21: Team Robertson’s run together ends

Feb. 14: #TeamLove for Ontario’s Team Inglis

Feb. 13: Ontario’s Team Cadorin was looking for a new second …

…and they found former Team Rizzo alternate Mallory Kean

Feb. 12: Ontario’s Team Duncan will return

Feb. 12: Change on the way for Saskatchewan’s Team Streifel

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