The round-robin schedule for Team Canada has been released, and curling fans can now reserve seats to see the home team compete at the 2023 BKT Tires & OK Tire World Men’s Curling Championship!
The world’s best men’s curling teams will meet at The Arena at TD Place in Ottawa April 1-9 to determine a world champion, and you can get your tickets to watch Team Canada in its quest for gold starting Thursday at 10 a.m. ET! The Curling Canada vs Italy 2023 WMCC in Canada. WATCH LIVE: 20223 Men’s Curling – Round Robin
How to watch Canada vs Italy World Men’s Curling Tonight
- Start Time: 7:00 PM
- Who: Team Gushue vs Team Retornaz
- TV Channel: TSN
- Venue: TD Place Arena
- Location: Ottawa, Ont.
- How to watch Curling anywhere: GamePass.TV
How many teams fighting in BKT & OK Tires Curling 2023
Canada, the Czech Republic (Czech Republic), Germany, Italy, Japan, the Republic of Korea, New Zealand, Norway, Scotland, Sweden, Switzerland, Türkiye, and the United States of America comprise the tournament’s 13 teams.
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Canada – Team Gushue, #4 (38-9, 11-5)
It seems weird to point out but Team Gushue has only played in 2 finals this season (not including the Brier of course). They won both finals, National and Pan Continental, but it has not been a dominant season by their standards. They have some SF results though, namely the PB Invitational, Tour Challenge Tier I, and Canadian Open.
And their only other event was a QF result at the Masters. We know they are going to be a playoff team. We know they can defeat any team in this field. And they will have home ice advantage with fan support
6. Italy – Team Retornaz, #3 (61-19, 13-10)
1st Italian team to win a #gsoc title (Masters) where they defeated Team Schwaller (QF) and Team Mouat (F). The team also has 3 other tour titles to their credit and reached 2 other tour finals, including the tune-up event in Aberdeen a few weeks ago.
The H2H record is modest and they will be challenged right out of the gate with games against Scotland and Canada back-to-back on opening day. Their playoff push will come from their results in the final 2 days of the RR, where they play Sweden, Czechia, Japan and Korea. Going 3-1 at least in those games should place them in the playoff picture. What position though could make things interesting? Read More on Twine- Time Curling blog