The question is should they be 3-0? On Sunday night, Switzerland’s Mirjam Ott missed a rather simple takeout of a Canadian stone behind a long guard.
You could make the strong argument that Switzerland lost last night more than Canada won 6-5. But at the end of the day, the Canadian team is right where they want to be, and have looked more impressive on the ice after the first three games of the Women’s World Curling Championship than they did at the Scotties Tournament of Hearts.
The level of competition should be a little easier over the next day or two than it was on the weekend. Team Canada has the Czech Republic and Denmark today followed by Russia and Sweden tomorrow. In fact the only team I see that will create significant problems for Nedohin between now and the end of the round robin is Scotland’s Eve Muirhead Thursday night in the final round robin draw.