1977 Macdonald Brier
The 1977 Macdonald Brier was held in Montreal, Quebec at the Velodrome. The total attendance for the week was 50,001. This Brier would see the first victory for Quebec in the Brier's history. At this time, there was no playoffs in the Brier.
|1977 Macdonald Brier|
|Host city||Montreal, Quebec|
|Curling club||St. Laurent CC, Mount Royal|
This would be the first time that games were shortened to 10 ends. In 1927, teams played 14 ends, and from 1928–76, teams played 12.
|Jim Ursel||St. Laurent CC||Mount Royal||9||2|
|Leroy Vinthers||Vancouver CC||Vancouver||8||3|
|Paul Savage||Avonlea CC||Don Mills||8||3|
|Wayne Hamilton||St. John's CC||St. John's||7||4|
|Tom Reed||Crestwood CC||Edmonton||6||5|
|John Usackis||Lac du Bonnet CC||Lac du Bonnet||6||5|
|Les Rogers||Caledonian CC||Regina||5||6|
|Don Twa||Whitehorse CC||Whitehorse||5||6|
|John Tate||Idylwylde Golf & CC||Sudbury||4||7|
|Roly Mockler||Fredericton CC||Fredericton||3||8|
|Bob Fitzner||CFB Halifax CC||Halifax||3||8|
|Ken McDonald||Belvedere Golf & Winter Club||Charlottetown||2||9|
- "History of the Tim Hortons Brier". Curling Canada. Retrieved August 5, 2015.
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