FIRST TEAM Scotties All Star

2023 Scotties Tournament of Hearts live: Results, standings, STOH Curling schedule

Team Canada’s third Val Sweeting reflects on Friday’s opening win over Quebec at the Scotties Tournament of Hearts. Starting on Friday, the 2023 Scotties Tournament of Hearts will kick off in Kamloops, British Columbia, featuring an 18-team field that includes representatives from every province and territory for the third consecutive year. Among the teams vying for the championship title are two teams from Ontario (Ontario and Northern Ontario), the defending champions from Team Canada, and three Wildcard teams. These Wildcard teams were chosen based on their ranking in the Canadian Team Ranking System, as they did not qualify by winning the 2022 Scotties Tournament of Hearts in Thunder Bay, Ontario, or a provincial or territorial championship.

Watch & Stream the Scotties Tournament of Hearts anywhere via GAMEPASS without any GEO restriction. Here’s everything about the 2023 Scotties Tournament of Hearts schedule, teams, and how to catch the Canadian women’s curling championship live online from anywhere around the world.

Where to watch the 2023 Scotties Curling Page Playoff?

  • Start Date: Friday, February 17
  • Ending Date: Sunday, February 26
  • Venue: Kamloops, British Columbia, Canada
  • TV Channel: TSN, RDS (Canada)
  • Stream anywhere: Watch Live Here

Inarson boasts an impressive record as a three-time Scotties champion, having claimed victory in 2020 in Moose Jaw, 2021 in Calgary, and 2022 in Thunder Bay. She also secured a bronze medal for Canada in the 2022 World Women’s Curling Championship held in Prince George’s.

Jones, on the other hand, led Canada to a gold medal at the 2014 Olympic Winter Games in Sochi, with Lawes as her third. In the current tournament in Kamloops, Jones is serving as the skip for Manitoba, while Lawes is at the helm of the first Wildcard team. Homan, who previously clinched the gold medal for Canada in the 2017 World Women’s Curling Championship held in Beijing, is leading Team Ontario in the current competition.

The 2023 Scotties Playoffs broadcast schedule

Date Time (ET) Matchup Channel
Friday, Feb. 24 11:30 a.m. Tiebreaker TSN1
4 p.m. Playoff 1 TSN1
9 p.m. Playoff 2 TSN1
Saturday, Feb. 25 4 p.m. Page Playoff TSN1/3/4
9 p.m. Page Playoff TSN1
Sunday, Feb. 26 3 p.m. Semifinal Streaming LINK
9 p.m. Final TSN1/3/4/5


What channel will broadcast 2023 Scotties?

The Scotties Tournament of Hearts will be broadcast on TSN with live streaming available on GAMEPASS (worldwide) Unfortunately, there is no TV Channel available in the US. If you are looking for a streaming way to watch the 2023 Scotties Curling Championship live online from the US, Canada, UK, or anywhere around the world check out GAMEPASS

2023 Scotties Playoffs schedule:

The Scotties Tournament of Hearts, Canadian Women’s Curling Championship, continues today and runs through Sunday in Kamloops, B-C. The 18-team field of provincial and territorial champions plus defending champion Kerry Einarson and three wild-card teams has been reduced for tie-breaker and playoff action. Saskatchewan was represented by the Robin Silvernagle foursome from North Battleford.

Tiebreakers (Friday, Feb. 24, 11:30 a.m. ET)

Sheet A 
Nova Scotia — 7
Wild Card 1 — 6

Sheet B 
British Columbia — 8
Quebec — 3

Playoff 1 (Friday, Feb, 24, 4 p.m. ET)

Sheet A 
Manitoba — 9
British Columbia — 4

Sheet D 
Nova Scotia — 7
Ontario — 6

Playoff 2 (Friday, Feb. 24, 9 p.m. ET)

Sheet B

Northern Ontario — 6
Nova Scotia — 3

Sheet D

Manitoba — 7
Canada — 6

Page 3/4 game (Saturday, Feb. 25, 4 p.m. ET)

Sheet C
Canada —
Nova Scotia —

Page 1/2 game (Saturday, Feb. 25, 9 p.m. ET)

Sheet C
Manitoba —
Northern Ontario —

Semifinal (Sunday, Feb. 26, 3 p.m. ET)

Sheet C

Final (Sunday, Feb. 26, 9 p.m. ET)

Sheet C

Who Won the Scotties 2023

All-stars, awards announced at the 2023 Scotties Tournament of Hearts.


(determined by a combination of media votes and playing percentages)

FIRST TEAM Scotties All Star
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Skip — Kerri Einarson, Canada
Third — Val Sweeting, Canada
Second — Shannon Birchard, Canada
Lead — Sarah Potts, Northern Ontario


Skip — Rachel Homan, Ontario
Third — Laura Walker Wild Card 1
Second — Emma Miskew, Ontario
Lead — Briane Harris, Canada


(winner determined through a player vote)

2023 winner — Kerry Galusha, Northwest Territories


(Presented by Kruger Products)

2023 winner — Dianne Barker

Paul McLean Award

(Presented by TSN to a person behind the scenes who has made a significant contribution to the sport of curling)

2023 winner — Dave Komosky

2023 Scotties Standings, Point Table & Results


Teams By RankGame PlayedWinLose
Nova Scotia (Black)853
Wild Card 1853
Prince Edward Island826
Saskatchewan (Silvernagle)826
Nunavut (MacPhail)808


Northwest Territories844
New Brunswick835
Wild Card 2835
Newfoundland and Labrador826
Wild Card 3835
Northern Ontario871


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