Canadian Open Men’s Triple Knockout Standings

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A Event

A QuarterfinalsA SemifinalsA FinalsTo Playoffs
M1: Jacobs 7, Howard 5
M9: Jacobs 7, Schwaller 3
M2: Schwaller 6, McEwen 2
M13: Jacobs 5, Dropkin 3Jacobs
M3: Dropkin 6, Mouat 5
M10: Dropkin 5, Dunstone 4
M4: Dunstone 10, Edin 4
M5: Epping 5, Muyres 4
M11: Koe 7, Epping 1
M6: Koe 7, De Cruz 4
M14: Gushue 8, Koe 6Gushue
M7: Gushue 6, Gunnlaugson 2
M12: Gushue 8, Paterson 3
M8: Paterson 7, Bottcher 5

B Event

B QuarterfinalsB SemifinalsB FinalsTo Playoffs
M15: McEwen 8, Howard 3
M19: McEwen 6, Mouat 5M23: McEwen 5, Koe 4McEwen
M16: Mouat 4, Edin 3
M17: De Cruz 6, Muyres 2
M20: De Cruz 6, Bottcher 2M24: Dropkin 7, De Cruz 4Dropkin
M18: Bottcher 8, Gunnlaugson 1
M21: Dunstone 7, Schwaller 3
M25: Epping 6, Dunstone 5Epping
M22: Epping 6, Paterson 3

C Event

C QuarterfinalsC SemifinalsC FinalsTo Playoffs
M26: Howard 4, Edin 1M28: Howard 7, Paterson 3M31: Howard 8, De Cruz 6Howard
M27: Gunnlaugson 5, Muyres 3M29: Schwaller 7, Gunnlaugson 6M32: Schwaller 7, Koe 4Schwaller
M30: Mouat 6, Bottcher 2M33: Mouat 4, Dunstone 3Mouat

Triple Knockout Explained

Teams must win three games before they lose three games in order to advance to the playoffs.

All 16 teams start in the A Event. Winners remain in A while losers drop to B. Winners in B stay in B while losers fall to C. Once in C, teams must win their remaining games in order to qualify. Any loss in C results in elimination.

Two A teams (3-0 records), three B teams (3-1 records) and three C teams (3-2 records) will compete in the quarterfinals.