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SAINT JOHN, N. Brahim Diaz Jersey .B. -- Canadas Rachel Homan had ideal preparation for the playoffs at the Ford World Curling Championships with a pair of hard-fought wins over tenacious opponents Thursday. The Canadians defeated Sweden 9-6 and China 6-4 to finish atop the preliminary-round standings at 10-1. Their execution Thursday was the sharpest of the tournament so far. The games were tight with Homan and her Ottawa Curling Club teammates scoring three in the eighth ends of both. "We were really pushed today," Homan said. "It was great we were able to control the game and stay confident with this team and really nail the lines and make the big shots when we needed them. "We had to fight for our points." Homan will face Switzerlands Binia Feltscher, whose record was 9-2, in Fridays playoff game between the top two seeds. The two countries meet in the 1 vs. 2 Page playoff game between the top two seeds. (TSN, 6:30pm et/3:30pm pt) The winner books a ticket to Sundays gold-medal game. The loser drops to Saturdays semifinal. Canadas lone loss of the preliminary round was to the Swiss. It went so badly for the host country in ends five through eight that they shook hands early Sunday. "That was a little bit of a lopsided game," Homan acknowledged. "We had some misfortune, but I think were a little bit different now. Were going to know the rocks and its going to be on a different sheet and everything so I think it should be a great game." The top four teams advance to the Page playoff. Russias Anna Sidorova, Swedens Margaretha Sigfridsson and South Koreas Ji-sun Kim all finished tied at 8-3. Sidorova will play in Saturday mornings playoff between the third and fourth seeds with the winner advancing to the semifinal. Russias opponent will be the victor of Fridays tiebreaker between the Swedes and South Koreans. Sidorovas missed final shot of a game against the Czech Republic -- a draw -- prevented Russia from finishing 9-2 and playing Canada on Friday. China and Allison Pottinger of the U.S., were just outside playoff contention at 6-5 with Germanys Imogen Oona Lehmann and Anna Kubeskova of the Czech Republic ending their tournaments 3-8. Scotlands Kerry Barr and Denmarks Madeleine Dupont had 2-9 records ahead of Latvias Evita Regza at 1-10. Homan had to win a tiebreaker to get into the final four at last years world championship in Riga, Latvia. Canada won their subsequent playoff game before losing the semifinal and then winning the bronze medal. The beauty of finishing in the top two is the loser of Fridays game can still get to the championship game, albeit via a longer route. "We love the one-two game," Homan said. "Theres not much pressure. "Either way weve got a chance at the gold-medal game. Thats what were gunning for now." The Canadians struck a balance between patience and aggression to achieve their No. 1 ranking. The average age of Homan, third Emma Miskew, second Alison Kreviazuk and lead Lisa Weagle is just shy of 26, but theyre a Canadian womens curling team ahead of the curve when it comes to the big-game experience and the lessons learned in those games. Homan, Miskew and Kreviazuk have been teammates for over a decade. Since graduating from the junior ranks four years ago, they and Weagle have played in three national womens championships -- finishing fourth and winning twice -- two world championships and an Olympic trials. "This team may be young, but weve had so much experience," said Weagle, the oldest at 28. "We realize were a young team and have really ambitious goals. We really want to accomplish them, but at the same token, if you look at a lot of the great curlers in our sport, theyre in their 30s or even their 40s when theyre at the peak of their game." Weagles talent for clearing a road to the rings and Miskews ability to execute big-weight, multi-stone takeouts allows Canada to gamble and takes some pressure off Homan. Kreviazuk banged her broom after a few misses during the preliminary round, but the four curlers have an otherwise business-like demeanour on the ice. "Were patient and were learning all the time and were allowing ourselves to learn," Weagle said. "Were not expecting to be perfect every single shot, but when were not, we want to learn from it. "Often Ill go down and talk to Rachel about my shots and how Im throwing them, if she want me to make an adjustment or if shes going to make the adjustment with the broom. I think thats worked really well for us. We want to make the most shots possible and whatever way we need to do it, its good to take the emotion out and just treat it like business."Benjamin Mendy Jersey . 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Andrew Fritsch, David Miller, Alex Gudbranson, Michael Bunting and Sergey Tolchinsky also scored while Matt Murray made 32 saves in Sault Ste. Maries net. Eric Ming and Carter Verhaeghe each scored twice for the IceDogs (6-12-3), and Christopher Festarini stopped 22 shots. --- KNIGHTS 5 67S 3 OTTAWA -- London scored four unanswered goals in the third period to cruise past the 67s. Alex Basso, Bo Horvat, Chris Tierney, Josh Anderson and Mitchell Marner each scored for the Knights (13-5-2). Brett Gustavsen scored twice for Ottawa (7-12-1), while Travis Konecny added a single. Anthony Stolarz made 19 saves for London, while 67s goalie Philippe Trudeau stopped 36 shots. --- ATTACK 6 PETES 1 PETERBOROUGH, Ont. -- Gemel Smith scored three straight goals as the Attack overwhelmed the Petes. Thomas Schemitsch, Daniel Milne and Kurtis Gabriel also scored for Owen Sound (10-9-3). Michael Clarke had the lone goal for Peterborough (8-10-3). Brandon Hope finished with 30 saves for the Attack. In the Petes net, Andrew DAgostini and Michael Giugovaz ccombined to stop 30 shots. Kyle Walker Jersey. --- STING 5 RANGERS 0 SARNIA, Ont. -- Taylor Dupuis made 34 saves as the Sting shut out Kitchener. Jimmy McDowell, Tyler Hore, Bryan Moore, Nikolay Goldobin and Nikita Korostelev scored for Sarnia (6-14-1). Matthew Greenfield allowed all five goals on 30 shots in net for the Rangers (5-12-1). Sarnia finished 2 for 5 on the power play, while holding Kitchener scoreless on four tries with the man advantage. --- SPITFIRES 6 STEELHEADS 0 WINDSOR, Ont. -- Ryan Foss had a hat trick as the Spitfires smoked the Steelheads Trevor Murphy, Ryan Moore and Cristiano DiGiacinto also scored for Windsor (12-7-0), which exploded for four goals in the second period. Spencer Martin allowed four goals on 28 shots in net for Mississauga (12-9-1), before being replaced by Dawson Carty who gave up two goals on eight shots. At the other end of the ice, Windsors Alex Fontinos was unbeatable with 37 saves. --- COLTS 7 WOLVES 1 BARRIE, Ont. -- Brendan Lemieux led the way with a hat trick as the Colts trampled Sudbury. Alex Yuill, Tyson Fawcett, Andrew Mangiapane and Zach Hall also scored for Barrie (11-8-1). Dominik Kubalik had the lone goal for the Wolves (8-7-6). Mackenzie Blackwood made 35 saves for Barrie. At the other end of the ice, Franky Palazzese and Troy Timpano combined for 31 saves. Cheap Arizona Cardinals Jerseys Cheap Falcons Jerseys Cheap Ravens Jerseys Cheap Bills Jerseys Cheap Panthers Jerseys Cheap Bears Jerseys Cheap Bengals Jerseys Cheap Browns Jerseys Cheap Cowboys Jerseys Cheap Broncos Jerseys Cheap Lions Jerseys Cheap Packers Jerseys Cheap Texans Jerseys Cheap Colts Jerseys Cheap Jaguars Jerseys Cheap Chiefs Jerseys ' ' '

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