With a bitter taste in their mouths after letting victory slip away in their afternoon game at the World Women’s Curling Championship, Canada took out their anger on a struggling Finnish team.
Canada scored two in the first and never got the hammer back en route to a 7-1 win, stealing four times before Finland surrendered after seven ends.
Chelsea Carey didn’t curl her best but it was a strong enough rebound after an afternoon loss that stunned the Swift Current crowd.
After a tight first seven ends, a three-spot in the eighth appeared to put Carey in the driver’s seat.
But Korea scored two in the ninth and Carey missed everything with her last in the tenth, gifting her opponent an 8-7 win.
Canada is now 7-2, tied for first with Scotland and Switzerland. Carey returns to the ice Thursday afternoon against Japan.