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Hump Day Huckers

Welcome to Hump Day Huckers 

 
Come join in on the fun we are having! 

Hump Day Huckers Mixed Curling is a league focused on FUN! 

We are a very social league, which makes our time on and off the ice quite enjoyable.
People of all ages and skill levels are welcome to join in on the fun we are all having.
We offer friendly competition in a great sport with several fun social activities. 

Our league will begin September 15, 2021 and finish March 9, 2022.

Contact: 

Come on out and watch us throw rocks at houses!

 

SPARES WELCOME

We’re always on the lookout for spares to join our spares list. For more details, please refer to our MEMBERS page.

Draw Schedule

Sheet  1  2 3 4 5  BYE 
Sep 18  9:15 PM  5 vs 1 11 vs 10  2 vs 9  3 vs 8  6 vs 7   4
Sept 25  6:45 PM 4 vs 2  6 vs 1  8 vs 5   9 vs 7 3 vs 11  10 
Oct 2 9:15 PM 10 vs 8  5 vs 3  4 vs 11  6 vs 2  1 vs 9 
Oct 9  6:45 PM 3 vs 6  8 vs 9   7 vs 10  11 vs 1  5 vs 4
Oct 16  9:15 PM 11 vs 9  4 vs 7  3 vs 1   10 vs 5 8 vs 2 
Oct 23   6:45 PM 1 vs 7  2 vs 11  6 vs 8   4 vs 9  10 vs 3 5
Oct 30  9:15 PM 2 vs 5  1 vs 8  10 vs 4  7 vs 11  9 vs 6 
Nov 6  6:45 PM 11 vs 8  10 vs 6  5 vs 7   2 vs 3  4 vs 1 9
Nov 13  9:15 PM 7 vs 3   9 vs 5 11 vs 6  8 vs 4   2 vs 10
Nov 20  6:45 PM 6 vs 4   7 vs 2 9 vs 3  1 vs 10   11 vs 5
Nov 27  9:15 PM 9 vs 10  3 vs 4  1 vs 2  5 vs 6  7 vs 8  11 

Sheet 1 2 3 4 5 BYE
Dec 4 6:45  11 vs 8 10 vs 6  5 vs 7  2 vs 3  4 vs 1 

Dec 11 9:15

2 vs 5  1 vs 8  10 vs 4  7 vs 11  9 vs 6 
Jan 8  6:45 1 vs 7  2 vs 11  6 vs 8  4 vs 9  10 vs 3 
Jan 15  9:15 C.    A N.     C E      L  L.      E D  
Jan 22  6:45 3 vs 6  8 vs 9  7 vs 10  11 vs 1  5 vs 4 
Jan 29  9:15 10 vs 8  5 vs 3  4 vs 11  6 vs 2  1 vs 9 
 Feb 5  6:45 4 vs 2  6 vs 1  8 vs 5  9 vs 7  3 vs 11  10 
Feb 12  9:15 5 vs 1  11 vs 10  2 vs 9  3 vs 8  6 vs 7 
Feb 19  6:45 9 vs 10  3 vs 4  1 vs 2  5 vs 6  7 vs 8  11 
Feb 26  9:15 6 vs 4  7 vs 2  9 vs 3  1 vs 10  11 vs 5 

Sheet  1  2 3 4 5 BYE 
Mar 4  6:45 6 vs 7 2 vs 3 5 vs 8 1 vs 4 C GOLD (final)  THOMAS 
Mar 11  9:15

 

  A Pool Bronze 

B Pool GOLD 

A Pool GOLD

B Pool Bronze

THOMAS 

Results / Standings

Round 1 Results
# Team Sept 18 Sept 25 Oct 2 Oct 9 Oct 16 Oct 23 Oct 30 Nov 6 Nov 13 Nov 20 Nov 27 Total
1 CANUCKS   0 BYE 
2 ON THE ROCKS 
3  KASK BYE  18 
4 DYK  BYE  14 
5 FITZGERALD  BYE  14 
6  LONGLEY BYE 
7 RIDDLERS  BYE 
8 THOMAS  BYE  13 
9 KAMMANNAWANNALEIA  BYE 16 
10 PEBBLE HEADS  BYE  13 
11 McRAE  BYE 
The Winning Team is Responsible for Marking the Score
Win - 2 points, Tie -1 Point, or Loss - 0 Points

 

Standings (as of Nov 27)
Position Team Points Position Team Points Position Team Points
1 KASK  18  5 PEBBLEHEADS 13 9 MCRAE 4
2 KAMMANNAWANNALEIA 16 6 THOMAS  13 10 CANUCKS 4
3 FITZGERALD 14 7 LONGLEY 7 11 RIDDLERS
4 DYK 14 8 ON THE ROCKS 5      

Round 2 Results
# Team Rnd 1 Dec 4 Dec 11 Jan 8 Jan 15 Jan 22  Jan 29 Feb 5  Feb 12  Feb 19  Feb 26 Total
1

CANUCKS

C  15 
2 ON THE ROCKS 
A  BYE 

10 
3 KASK  18  BYE  N   0 0 26
4 DYK  14  C  BYE  28 
5 FITZGERALD 14  BYE  E  23
6 LONGLEY  L   0 12 
7  RIDDLERS L  BYE   8
8 THOMAS  13  E  BYE  23
9 KAMMANNAWANNALEIA
16  BYE  D   2 28
10 PEBBLE HEADS 
13    BYE  20 
11 McRAE    1 BYE 
The Winning Team is Responsible for Marking the Score
Win - 2 points, Tie -1 Point, or Loss - 0 Points
 
Standings as of February 26 play
Position Team Points Position Team Points Position Team Points
1  KAMMANNAWANNALEIA
28 5 THOMAS  23 9 ON THE ROCKS 10
2 DYK  28 6 PEBBLE HEADS 
20 10 MCRAE 9
3 KASK 26 7 CANUCKS 15 11  RIDDLERS 
8
4 FITZGERALD 23 8 LONGLEY  12      

 

Winning Team is Responsible for Marking the Results (W or L)
Aggregate Standings   Final Playoff Standings
# Team Name Total Mar 4 Mar 11 # Team Name
Pool A  
1  KAMMANNAWANNALEIA 28      1  
2 DYK  28      2  
3 KASK  26      3   
4 FITZGERALD  23      4  
Pool B  
5 PEBBLE HEADS  20      5  
6 CANUCKS  15      6  
7 LONGLEY  12      7  
8 ON THE ROCKS  10      8  
 
Pool C

         
9 McRAE      9  
10 RIDDLERS      10  
11         11  
             

 

Playoff Rules

The following rules extend or override existing league rules:

If a game ends in a tie, determine the winner by playing a single draw to the button with sweepers. Only rocks in the rings count. In case of a tie, throw another one.

8 End games

When the 20 minute buzzer sounds, play that end and one more.

Regardless of the previous rule, if the final buzzer sounds you may not start another end !

Winners

Season  Grand Aggregate Winners Playoff Winners

2018 – 2019

Team Evdokimenko (Robert Evdokimenko, Grace Swaisland, Gerry Swaisland, Terry Parent, Ron Arnold)

A – Evdokimenko
B – Thomas
C – Fitzgerald


2017 – 2018 

Team Perry (Kevin Perry, Elaine Collins, Eric Hagen, Lisa Wood)

A – Perry
B – Bogren
C – Rock Hoppers (Reeves)

2016 – 2017 Team Perry (Kevin Perry, Elaine Collins, Eric Hagen, Lisa Wood

A – Kinnear
B – Sweeping Beauties (Reid)
C – Lowenberger

2015 – 2016 Team Kinnear (Jim Kinnear, Leila Wallace, Al Rhodes, Linsday Rhodes)

A – Enns
B – McLeod
C – Dyk

2014 – 2015 Team Perry ( Kevin Perry, Elaine Collins, Eric Hagen, Lisa Wood )

A – Perry
B – Kinnear
C – Dyk

League Rules

  • Teams should be of 4 players – 2 women and 2 men, and play should alternate between the women and men. 
    Exceptions to this rule are allowed, see League Executive to discuss 
  • Teams must have at least 3 players to begin play, and at least 2 should be original team players.
    Spares of the same sex as the missing players are to be used, and spares must play either Lead, or Second.
    Spares must be actively registered PMCC Members.
  • If a team is not prepared to start the game within 15 minutes of the league start time, the game is forfeited. 
  • If a game cannot be played on the designated evening, teams are encouraged to (in advance) discuss if they can reschedule the missed game for the make-up / practice time on Saturdays between 1:00 and 3:00 pm.  Alternatively, the cancelling team may forfeit the game.
  • We use a clock timer / buzzer system.
    The clock timer sounds after 100 minutes of play, teams are to finish the end in play, and then play one more end as the final end of the game.
  • On early draw nights, PLEASE be mindful of the clock time, we want to be respectful to the other curlers as we wish for ourselves.
  • League games may end in a tie, playoffs of course will not. 
  • Remember to always have fun!