Craig Savill, left, Wayne Middaugh and Glenn Howard talk strategy during the world curling championships in Basel, Switzerland, in April 2012. Savill and Middaugh have left the Penetanguishene Curling Club rink, to be replaced for the 2014-15 World Curling Tour season by Jon Mead and Richard Hart.

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