Laine Peters


Laine Peters

Laine Peters [pronounced: LAY-nee] (born March 25, 1970) is a Canadian curler from Nova Scotia. She currently plays second for Mary-Anne Arsenault.

Peters was the long time alternate for the famous Colleen Jones team. Peters won 4 Tournament of Hearts and a World Championship as the alternate for the team. In 2003, she moved to play with Heather Smith-Dacey as her second. When Jones left her team, Peters joined back to play second for the now skip, Arsenault. At the 2000 Scott Tournament of Hearts, Peters played lead for Kay Zinck.

In 2002, Peters won the Canadian Mixed Curling Championship playing lead for Mark Dacey.


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