A couple new-look rinks from Saskatchewan made their debuts this weekend in Winnipeg at the Granite cash spiel
Kirk Muyres, formerly of Team Steve Laycock, is now skipping his own team out of Saskatoon and they were able to put up a 2-2 record, but missed the playoffs. Two-time Canadian junior champ Matt Dunstone, who also played with Laycock last winter, posted a 2-2 record in his return to the skip position. The new Regina rink also sees Braeden Moskowy, formerly of Team Reid Carruthers, at third and Catlin Schneider at second.
The event was won by Winnipeg’s Braden Calvert who beat Olympic champion John Shuster from the U-S in the final.