Reigning Brier champ Brad Gushue books spot in Canadian men’s curling finals

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Brad Gushue gained an express ticket to Sunday’s championship game at the Brier with a 7-3 playoff win over Alberta’s Brendan Bottcher on Saturday night in Regina.

Gushue, third Mark Nichols and lead Geoff Walker were attempting to win the sixth Canadian men’s curling championship of their careers and third straight, which would tie both of Randy Ferbey’s records. Gushue could become the first man to skip a team to six titles.

Watch That Curling Show live from the Brier immediately after Sunday’s final on the CBC Sports YouTube channel.

Bottcher, the tournament’s No. 1 seed, dropped to Sunday’s semifinal to face Saskatchewan’s Mike McEwen, who was a

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