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Alberta beats Newfoundland for record-tying 27th Brier title

By: Gord Holder, Ottawa Citizen - Mar 13, 2016

Give Kevin Koe and his teammates credit. They picked a great time to be at their best. Koe, Mark Kennedy, Brent Laing and Ben Hebert displayed coolness, consistency and ruthlessness throughout the Tim Hortons Brier playoffs,...

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Kevin Koe beats Charley Thomas, Captures 2016 Alberta Curling Crown

By: Jason Hills - Feb 15, 2016

CAMROSE, Alta. — The dynasty on ice continues for Kevin Koe and other skips named Kevin. Charley Thomas went toe-to-toe with Koe twice during the 2016 Boston Pizza Cup playoffs, but on Sunday in the battle of Youth...

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Kevinn Koe’s three point shot kick starts win over Charley Thomas

By: Terry Jones, Edmonton Sun - Feb 15, 2016

CAMROSE — One shot on the third end doesn’t normally win a curling championship. But it did here Sunday. One circus shot, a spill-three/score-three high hard one, sent Kevin Koe to the Brier for the fifth time and gave...

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Redemption Won’t Come Easy for Team Koe at "ridiculously stacked" Brier

By: Dan Barnes, Edmonton Journal - Feb 15, 2016

The sum total of their Brier experience is impressive, their most recent Brier experience not so much, and Team Koe will tap into both in hopes of a better showing in Ottawa next month. Even then, it still might not...

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Canada Cup win vaults Calgary’s Koe rink into 2017 Roar of the Rings

By: Calgary Herald - Dec 6, 2015

GRANDE PRAIRIE — Calgary’s Kevin Koe coolly delivered a double takeout to finish off Winnipeg’s Mike McEwen and claim the 2015 Canada Cup of Curling on Sunday evening. The final shot gave him and Glencoe Club ...

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Koe Stays Hot on World Curling Tour

By: Edmonton Sun - Con Grikowsky - Oct 13, 2015

When Kevin Koe declined a chance to skip the first-ever Team Canada, he had a longer-term vision in mind. Sunday, some of that vision was on display in the final of the $50,000 Direct Horizontal Drilling Fall...

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