More dominos have tipped, in curling's remarkable end-of-season string of changes.
Vice Braeden Moskowy has announced he is leaving Brock Virtue's Regina-based team. Along with second Chris Schille's departure, this means Virtue has a couple of holes to fill.
After 2 beyond fun seasons with 3 of my best friends, it's with extreme disappointment that I must step back from curling going forward.
— Chris Schille (@cschille) March 17, 2014
Moskowy, the 2011 Canadian Junior Champion, tells the Regina Leader-Post's Murray McCormick that he's hopeful of latching on with another team in time for next season:
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"We've heard of a few of the (roster) moves, but we still won't know a lot of them until after the Players' Championship at the end of April. If the right opportunity comes along tomorrow, then I would commit to that. I'm not exactly rushing into the first thing that comes my way due to the fact it's a huge commitment on my part and it could potentially be the next four years of my life."