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Most Scotties wins by a skip
131 — Colleen Jones, Nova Scotia, Team Canada
101 — Jennifer Jones, Manitoba, Team Canada
76 — Connie Laliberte, Manitoba, Team Canada
66 — Kelly Scott, B.C., Team Canada
57 — Cathy King, Alberta, Team Canada
57 — Sandra Schmirler, Saskatchewan, Team Canada
Jennifer Jones by the numbers
Number of Scotties appearances — 10 (2002, 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013)
Number of playoff appearances — 10
Appearances in final — 6 (2005, 2006, 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011)
Victories in final — 4 (2005, 2008-2010)
Worst playoff finish — Lost 3 vs. 4 game (2002)
In-turns all-time — 78 per cent
Out-turns all-time — 77 per cent
Draws all-time — 77 per cent
Takeouts all-time — 78 per cent
Overall all-time — 78 per cent
Best performance by shooting percentage — 82 per cent (2012 — lost semifinal)
Worst performance by shooting percentage — 72 per cent (2006 — lost final)
Shooting performance in 2013 (through 10 round-robin games) — 86 per cent
Five memorable Jennifer Jones games
1. Championship final, 2005
Trailing Ontario's Jenn Hanna 6-4. Jones authors an in-off for 4 with the final rock of the 10th end to win her first Canadian championship 8-6.
2. Tiebreaker, 2009
Trailing Prince Edward Island's Robyn MacPhee 5-4, Jones steals the 10th end and the extra end to win 6-5. She goes on to win the 3 vs. 4 game, the semifinal and the final to capture her third Canadian title.
3. Round robin versus Newfoundland, 2008
Trailing Newfoundland's Heather Strong 7-5, Strong runs out of time in the 10th end and has to hurry her last rock, handing Jones a game-winning three-ender. The win keeps Jones's playoff hopes alive and she cashes in, running the table through a tiebreaker game en route to her second Canadian title.
4. Round robin versus Manitoba, 2011
Jones, as skip of Team Canada, goes head to head against her former third, Cathy Overton-Clapham, who is skipping the Manitoba entry. Overton-Clapham shoots an eye-popping 93 per cent in an 8-6 Manitoba win. TV ratings for the clash are monstrous and TSN officials later declare it one of the most watched round-robin telecasts of all time.
5. Championship final, 2008
Clinging to a 5-4 lead, Jones looks to be beaten as Alberta skip Shannon Kleibrink plays a short runback double with the final rock of the game for what looks to be the win. But Kleibrink — who'd been beaten just once all week — misses and Jones wins her second title.