Tag Archives: Wide World of Curling

What would a line brawl in curling look like exactly?

The home of Anthracite Curling Club is the beautiful Ice Rink at Coal St. in Wilkes-Barre, Pa. The rink and facility serve as headquarters and practice facility for the American Hockey League’s Wilkes-Barre/Scranton Penguins.

The Baby Pens are currently fighting for their Calder Cup Playoffs lives against the top-seeded Providence Bruins. After dropping the first three games in the best-of-seven series, the Pens have battled back and forced a Game 6 tonight in Rhode Island. It will be the Pens third win-or-go-home game since Friday night. Jump to story to see the line brawls … Continue reading

Philadelphia’s Sarah Anderson an Alternate for Team USA Women

Check out this piece on highly-decorated Sarah Anderson at Philadelphia Curling Club from Olympic.org. The former Youth Olympic Games participant is now an Alternate on Team USA and played a key role for Team Brown at the recent World Championships.

Being an arena club means never having to say “Goodbye” just more “Good Curling”

For many dedicated ice curling clubs, April and May signals the official end of the curling season.

At Anthracite, we’re just getting warmed up (figuratively speaking, of course).

Here is a snapshot of what Banff Curling (Canada) goes through at the end of the season.

 

Top Gear is curling … with cars

The British version of ‘Top Gear’ continues to prove why it is far superior to its domestic spinoff.

1. They have a road show … fittingly.
2. They have mimicked curling without disgracing it. Continue reading