Brown rink thumped in world-junior opener
That was not the way Corryn Brown wanted to start at the world junior curling championships in Sochi, Russia.
Denmark downed Brown's Team Canada rink 9-1 in the first session of the women's tournament.
"We didn't have such a good game out there," Brown told the World Curling Federation.
"We just didn't come out too well. I, for one, didn't come out, especially.
"Most of it was ice-calls, mostly on my part. We knew that we could be on the wide side, but I just wasn't icing that well.
"We've just got to get our heads into the next game and come out better against Scotland."
Danish skip Stephanie Risdal curled at 90 per cent, while Brown curled at 31 per cent.
Canada and Scotland play on Friday, March 1.
The Brown rink includes skip Brown, third Erin Pincott, second Sam Fisher, lead Sydney Fraser, fifth Cathlia Ward and coaches Ken Brown and Brian Fisher.