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Club Playoffs: 2022-2023 Season

CONGRATULATIONS TO NHCC Open “A” Champions: Team Dalsto (Friday Open)!!!

CONGRATULATIONS TO NHCC Open “B” Champions: Team Whyte (Monday Open)!!!

CONGRATULATIONS TO NHCC Open “C” Champions: Team Kapetz (Tuesday Open)!!!

CONGRATULATIONS TO NHCC Men’s Champions: Team Hellwig (Thursday Men’s)

CONGRATULATIONS TO NHCC Mixed Champions: Team Varga (Friday Open)!!!

CONGRATULATIONS TO NHCC Women’s Champions: Team Pendergast (Wed Open)!!!

CONGRATULATIONS TO NHCC Senior Men’s Champions: Team Mao ( Thursday Men’s)!!!

The final go-round for week-night curling finishes on March 3, 2023.

It’s getting close to playoff time again, which by the way, will start on March 6, 2023!

While we always look forward to the playoffs, we always get feedback on how things can be improved.

The one request heard most often is: Can we please continue to curl on our regular night?

We heard you loud & clear! So this year we’re going to run the playoffs on your regular night of curling!

Playoffs will be a six (6) team page playoff in each Division (A-B-C-D) of each respective evening league.

This means if your team plays Monday nights, you will continue your playoff games on Monday night! Same thing for Tuesday, Wednesday, Thurs…. well you get it!

Of course there is always an exception and here it is: Your team may choose to play in one of the following playoff categories: Ladies, Mixed, Senior Men and Senior Women. As a result, your team may end up playing on a night other than your regular league night.

These categories will determine the Club Champion for each of the respective categories.

The Men’s Club Champion will come from the Men’s League on Thursday Nights.

There is limited space for the playoff categories of Ladies, Mixed, Senior Men and Senior Women, so if you wish to play in one of these categories you must declare your teams’ intentions to the club office by Feb 24th. Click here to make your choice.

The teams who chose one of these options will be seeded based on their overall standings. If your team doesn’t make the cut, you can still play in your regular night playoffs in your respective division. Teams remaining in the regular night will be reseeded as other teams opt into the other four categories.

There will be a playoff between the “A” Division Winner of each of the Open League Night to determine the Club Open League Champion. This will happen on the final week of playoffs.

Please note: We are still waiting to hear if the City Championships will go forward this year or not.

One Final Note: This new format eliminates the “Best of The Rest” draw that we have run in playoffs past

Club Playoffs will start MARCH 6, 2023. 

DRAWS will be POSTED BELOW when they are ready.


      • Club Championship Play-off Rules
      • All games will be eight end games.
      • Normal buzzer rule will apply (ie, finish the end you are on once the buzzer goes). Should the game be tied at that point, play one additional end. If still tied, one player from each team shall deliver a stone with sweeping; and the closest to the button shall be declared the winner.
      • Games on the 9:00 p.m. draw will be given extra time should their sheet not be ready.

      The buzzer rule will not apply for the Final Championship games. If the game is tied after regulation, additional ends will be played

      Substitution Rules

      In addition to meeting gender/player requirements of the chosen division, the substitute shall be:

      1. a player from the rover list
      2. a player from the spares list
      3. a player from any league that curls at North Hill Curling Club

      Rovers may play any position on a Team where as any other substitute must play front end (lead or second).  To be eligible for play a team must have 3 players, including at least 2 of the registered players of the Team.  A Rover may not take the place of a registered player during the playoffs. Teams must address any substitution discrepancies before the commencement of the game. If the issue cannot be resolved a Night Captain or the Club Manager should be notified.

      All evening league teams at the NHCC are eligible to compete in a play-off event commensurate with league performance.