Team Bruce Mouat

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Team Profile

Hometown: Edinburgh, SCO | Twitter: @TeamMouat

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Bruce
Mouat
hardie
Grant
Hardie
lammie
Bobby
Lammie
mcmillan
Hammy
McMillan Jr.
Birthdate: Aug. 27, 1994
Birthplace: Edinburgh, SCO
Resides: Edinburgh, SCO
Birthdate: March 27, 1992
Birthplace: Dumfries, SCO
Resides: Glasgow, SCO
Birthdate: Feb. 10, 1997
Birthplace: Dumfries, SCO
Resides: Glasgow, SCO
Birthdate: May 29, 1992
Birthplace: Stranraer, SCO
Resides: Glasgow, SCO
- National champion (2017)
- World Championship bronze medallist (2018)
- Scottish champion (2018)
- World junior gold medallist (2016)
- World junior bronze medallist (2015)
- Two-time Scottish junior champion (2015 & 2016)
- Winter Universiade gold medallist (2017)
- National champion (2017)
- World Championship bronze medallist (2018)
- Scottish champion (2018)
- Winter Universiade bronze medallist (2015)
- National champion (2017)
- World Championship bronze medallist (2018)
- Scottish champion (2018)
- World junior gold medallist (2016)
- World junior bronze medallist (2015)
- Scottish junior champion (2016)
- Winter Universiade gold medallist (2017)
- National champion (2017)
- World Championship bronze medallist (2018)
- Two-time Scottish champion (2016 & 2018)
- World junior gold medallist (2013)
- World junior bronze medallist (2012)

Team Bio

Mouat skipped his squad to back-to-back Scottish junior titles in 2015 and 2016 and medalled both times at the world juniors. He captured the 2016 world junior championship to earn a spot in the inaugural Humpty’s Champions Cup where Mouat made his Pinty’s Grand Slam of Curling series debut. Mouat stunned Sweden’s Niklas Edin and American John Shuster to finish round-robin play with a 2-2 record but fell to Saskatoon’s Steve Laycock 7-3 in a tiebreaker.

Hammy McMillan Jr. is the son of 1999 world champion Hammy McMillan. The younger McMillan won the world junior title as the alternate for Kyle Smith and captured the men’s national championship in 2016 playing with Tom Brewster.

Grant Hardie, who previously skipped his own squad, and his cousin McMillan joined Team Mouat for the 2017-18 season. The won back-to-back World Curling Tour events at the Oakville Curling Club capturing the Stu Sells Oakville Tankard and Biosteel Fall Classic. Both times they defeated Team Chang-Min Kim in the final. Mouat returned to the Pinty’s Grand Slam of Curling at the BOOST National and caught fire taking down the giants of the league from Brad Jacobs (tiebreaker), Kevin Koe (quarterfinals) and Mike McEwen (semifinals) before defeating Kim one more time in the championship game.

Mouat made history as the youngest men’s skip to win a title in the series at age 23.


2017-18 Pinty’s Grand Slam of Curling results

Boost National
Stage Opponent Result
Round Robin Balsdon W 8-4
Round Robin Gushue L 6-7
Round Robin Morris W 8-2
Round Robin McEwen L 2-7
Tiebreaker Jacobs W 8-5
Quarterfinals Koe W 7-1
Semifinals McEwen W 6-4
Final Kim W 9-4
Meridian Canadian Open
Stage Opponent Result
Triple Knockout A Koe W 6-4
Triple Knockout A Gunnlaugson L 4-6
Triple Knockout B Shuster W 8-5
Triple Knockout B McEwen L 1-6
Triple Knockout C Edin L 7-8
Players’ Championship
Stage Opponent Result
Round Robin McEwen W 6-3
Round Robin Smith L 3-8
Round Robin Jacobs W 6-1
Round Robin Gunnlaugson L 4-8
Round Robin Edin L 3-6
Quarterfinals Gushue L 2-6
Humpty’s Champions Cup
Stage Opponent Result
Round Robin Bottcher W 9-8
Round Robin Flasch W 7-1
Round Robin Edin W 10-7
Round Robin Pfister W 6-2
Quarterfinals McEwen W 7-6
Semifinals Howard L 5-9