Vice-skip Darren Molding has left the curling rink, led by Brendan Boucher.
Team Boucher announced the lineup changes Friday night in a statement posted to Twitter.
Rink said Molding was taking time off from curling for personal reasons and that it would announce a new player at a later date.
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Molding disputed the statement in his own tweet, saying “‘personal reasons’ lol? This is a head-scratcher?. Might ask whose “personal reasons” they are.”
He added hashtags saying “don’t believe it” and “lie” to the tweet.
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Boutcher’s statement said the new player will play at the rink for the rest of the season, including the Tim Hortons Briar title defense.