Canadian dance/pair splits

Discussion in 'The Trash Can' started by Cant Skate, Jan 18, 2014.

  1. mag

    mag Well-Known Member

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    Noa Bruser is no longer dancing. Caelen Dalmer (Firus' previous partner) is still around.
     
  2. Sylvia

    Sylvia On to GP & U.S. Sectionals!

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  3. Tantallongirl

    Tantallongirl New Member

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    Danny Seymour is remaining in Barrie with a new partner Yasmeen Jong.
     
  4. Tantallongirl

    Tantallongirl New Member

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    Vancouver Ice Dance must not have updated their dancers list. Alexa Linden is still listed as well and she has formed a new partnership with Jean Luc Jackson. He moved to BC to train with her.
     
  5. Sylvia

    Sylvia On to GP & U.S. Sectionals!

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    Maybe it's time to start a new thread in GSD titled something like "Canadian Ice Dance 2014/2015 - News and updates" to go with the Canadian Pairs news thread there?
     
  6. The Observer

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    Yes, I think there was a dance thread for 2013/2014 for last season, so it might be good to start one this spring that can begin now and continue into the fall.
     
  7. Rogueskater

    Rogueskater New Member

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    Exciting new partnerships, seems Barrie and Vancouver are doing some skater swaps. Tantallongirl you seem to have the inside scoop for these centers - any other news you can share?
     
  8. NorthernDancers

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    Really interested to see how these new teams develop. SO excited that Shane Firus is back! And I seem to recall suggesting such a match between Collins/Firus? Here's hoping the age rules don't actually change to allow him/them a year at Junior to develop and solidify the team. (If age rules don't change, maybe Bent/McKeen will have another shot at Junior internationally as well. We'd have some strong teams at Junior chasing for those international spots.) Good for Linden/Jackson. I'm liking the thought of that, and I think BC is the best place to be for Jackson. Not sure about Jong/Seymour. Maybe Seymour is better off in BC as well with someone more like Dalmer. It will be really fun watching those first competitions of the season. Definitely a lot of changes after this year's nationals.
     
  9. skatingfan04

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    Does anyone know if Andreanne Poulin/Marc-Andre Servant are continuing?

    I saw them skate at the 2013 nationals, and they were very, very good. Beautiful skating quality, edges like butter, and really nice personalities. I know that they basically sat all of this season out with injury, and that they were on the entry list for the 2014 nationals (but withdrew). I really hope they do continue.
     
  10. Daniskates93

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    Everything on their Facebook page would indicate that they plan to continue. Marc-Andre Broke his foot last season so that could be the reason they didn't compete at Nationals? Here is the link to their fan-page: https://www.facebook.com/pages/Andréanne-Poulin-et-Marc-André-Servant/294619127337403