While Ontario’s Mike McEwen and Wild Card’s Brendan Bottcher will lock horns in the CA vs MB final game set at 7:00 PM ET for the Draw 25
What channel is the 2023 briar final?
- Start Date: Friday, March 3
- Ending Date: Sunday, March 12
- Venue: TD Place Arena in Ottawa
- TV Channel: TSN, RDS (Canada)
- Stream anywhere: Watch Live Here
The 2023 Tim Hortons Brier is almost here and that means it’s time to make some bold predictions. This year’s 18-team field at Budweiser Gardens in London, Ont., is stacked with elite-level teams with entirely new lineups, so picking playoff teams and a winner for the Canadian men’s curling championship will not be an easy feat.
Brad Gushue leads Team Canada. Gushue and his team are the reigning champions in 2022. Gushue has four previous Briers titles, including victories in 2017, 2018, 2020, and last year. This tournament begins on Friday, March 3, and concludes on Sunday, March 12. Pool play runs from the third to the ninth. The playoffs and page playoffs occur on the 10th and 11th, respectively, before the semifinals and final on the 12th.
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Curling Canada announced earlier this season that Tim Hortons would be the title sponsor of the Canadian men’s curling championship for the final time. Since 2005, Tim Hortons has been the title sponsor.
How can I watch the 2023 Brier Final: Canada vs Manitoba
The Tim Hortons Brier 2023 will be broadcast live in several countries. Curling fans in Canada can watch this event live on TSN, with live streaming available on GameTV, and the All of the action from the 2023 Tim Hortons Brier can be seen live on GamePass or the streaming service. Fans will also be able to watch all of the curling action from the USA, Canada, UK or anywhere via GamepassTV
2023 Brier Playoffs Schedule
|Friday, March 10||8:30 a.m.||Tiebreaker||TSN1/4|
|1 p.m.||Playoff 1||TSN1/4|
|7 p.m.||Playoff 2||TSN1|
|Saturday, March 11||1 p.m.||Page Playoff||TSN1/3|
|7 p.m.||CA vs MB||TSN1|
|Sunday, March 12||12 p.m.||Semifinal||TSN1/3|
|7 p.m.||CA vs MB||TSN1/4|
Tanner Horgan’s Sudbury team lost 8-5 to Bottcher, owing largely to a strong Bottcher turnaround in the third end. The Edmonton team trailed and appeared to be in trouble until second Brett Gallant made a huge runback triple. Bottcher threaded a needle on his final stone, and the Wild Card gang took the lead, which they never relinquished.