1. The cream is already rising to the top at the Scotties  CBC.ca
  2. 'Curling addict' St-Georges making plenty of noise at Scotties  TSN
  3. #AGITopShots - 2021 Scotties Tournament of Hearts - Feb. 23 - Through-port double  Curling Canada
  4. Northern Ontario curlers settling in for a competition like no other  CBC.ca
  5. Ontario's Rachel Homan drops Nova Scotia's Jill Brothers at Scotties Tournament of Hearts  TheChronicleHerald.ca
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CBC Sports' daily newsletter checks in with the Scotties Tournament of Hearts, where the favourites had strong opening weekends.CBC Sports' daily newsletter checks in with the Scotties Tournament of Hearts, where the favourites had strong opening weekends.

Self-proclaimed "curling addict" Laurie St-Georges is a little surprised with all the interview requests she's received at this year's Tournament of Hearts. Quebec holds a 3-1 record and are tied for first-place in Pool B.

'Curling addict' Laurie St-Georges making plenty of noise at Scotties Tournament of Hearts - TSN.ca

Alberta skip Laura Walker is not only charting unfamiliar territory curling in a bubble during the Scotties Tournament of Hearts — she’s also navigating motherhood for the first time as well.Alberta skip Laura Walker is not only charting unfamiliar territory curling in a bubble during the Scotties Tournament of Hearts — she’s also navigating motherhood for the first time as well.

Scotties Notebook: Walker balancing curling bubble with baby on board

Nova Scotia’s Jill Brothers dropped an 8-3 decision to Ontario's Rachel Homan to fall to 2-3 at the Scotties Tournament of Hearts on Monday night in Calgary. Homan (4-0) broke open a close game with a pair in the eighth end and a stealNova Scotia’s Jill Brothers dropped an 8-3 decision to Ontario's Rachel Homan to fall to 2-3 at the Scotties Tournament of Hearts on Monday night in Calgary. Homan (4-0) broke open a close game with a pair in the eighth end and a steal

Ontario's Rachel Homan drops Nova Scotia's Jill Brothers at Scotties Tournament of Hearts | Local-Sports | Sports | The Chronicle Herald

The restrictions on family members makes this tournament different from years past, when fans would be treated to memorable moments as the curlers' kids waited at ice level to embrace their moms after a win or loss.

Moms missing rinkside moments with kids during Scotties 'bubble' format