2005 Canadian Mixed Curling Championship

The 2005 Canadian Mixed Curling Championship was held November 21-28, 2004[1] at the Prince Albert Golf and Country Club in Prince Albert, Saskatchewan.[2]

2005 Canadian Mixed Curling
Host cityPrince Albert, Saskatchewan
ArenaPrince Albert Golf and Country Club
DatesNovember 21–28, 2004
Winner Newfoundland and Labrador
Curling clubSt. John's CC,
St. John's, Newfoundland and Labrador
SkipMark Nichols
ThirdShelley Nichols
SecondBrent Hamilton
LeadJennifer Guzzwell
Finalist Saskatchewan (Kyle George)
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The 2005 Mixed was the 2nd Canadian Mixed Championship to be held in the 2004 calendar year, as the Canadian Curling Association moved the event from the Spring to the Fall. The Mixed has been held in the Fall ever since, and has been referred to the following calendar year ever since. The event also changed playoff formats, moving from the page playoff system to a 3-team playoff.[3]

Newfoundland and Labrador won its first ever Mixed championship, as Mark Nichols, sister Shelley Nichols, Brent Hamilton and Jennifer Guzzwell from the St. John's Curling Club won the championship, defeating Saskatchewan in the final.


Locale Skip Third Second Lead
 AlbertaRalph BrustKaren Powell (skip)Ken PowellTina McDonald
 British ColumbiaScott DeCapKristen WindsorBrian WindsorLanette Nordick
 ManitobaTerry McNameeTasha HunterBrendan TaylorTanya Robins
 New BrunswickTerry OdishawBecky AtkinsonKevin BoyleJane Boyle
 Newfoundland and LabradorMark NicholsShelley NicholsBrent HamiltonJennifer Guzzwell
 Northern OntarioJoe ScharfKrista ScharfMike McCarvilleAmy Stachiw
 Nova ScotiaPaul FlemmingMelanie ComstockAlan CameronHayley Clarke
 OntarioPhil DanielKerry LackieSpencer TownleyKim Ambrose
 Prince Edward IslandKim DolanKevin ChampionMarion MacAulayMike Dillon
 QuebecÈve BélisleMark McCloryMartine ComeauChristian Bouchard
 SaskatchewanKyle GeorgeJolene McIvorBen HebertMaegan Strueby
 Northwest Territories/YukonJamie KoeMonique GagnierBrad ChorostkowskiKelly Kaylo


Province Skip Wins Losses
 SaskatchewanKyle George83
 Newfoundland and LabradorMark Nichols83
 British ColumbiaScott DeCap74
 Nova ScotiaPaul Flemming74
 New BrunswickTerry Odishaw65
 ManitobaTerry McNamee65
 OntarioPhil Daniel65
 Northern OntarioJoe Scharf56
 QuebecÈve Bélisle47
 Northwest Territories/YukonJamie Koe38
 AlbertaRalph Brust38
 Prince Edward IslandKim Dolan38



  Semifinal     Final
    1  Saskatchewan 5
  2  Newfoundland and Labrador 9     2  Newfoundland and Labrador 7
  3  Nova Scotia 7  


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