Canadian women beat US to stay unbeaten 

The Canadian women's curlers made quick work of the U.S. team Sunday, winning 9-2 in a shortened seven-end match to stay unbeaten.

Cheryl Bernard scored four points in the third end after the Americans had gone ahead with one in the second. The Canadians (5-0) left three stones in scoring position before Bernard's final offering was spot-on. That after also taking out a U.S. stone.

Bernard shook her head in delight when she nailed her shot in the third, yet another big one for the veteran Canadian captain. Canada looked fresh playing after a day off Saturday.

This was a rare blowout for Canada. Bernard already had two extra-end victories and two others in the 10th when she had to nail her final throw.

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