Canada’s Brad Gushue will face American Korey Dropkin on Saturday night in semifinal play at the world men’s curling championship in Las Vegas.
Dropkin advanced to the final four with a 6-4 win over Scotland’s Kyle Waddell in a qualification game at the Orleans Arena.
Gushue, from St. John’s, had a direct berth to the semifinals after finishing first in the 13-team round-robin standings.
Edin will meet Joel Retornaz after the Italian dumped Switzerland’s Yannick Schwaller 10-4.
Semifinal winners will play for gold on Sunday while the losing teams play for bronze.
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