Canada dominated all aspects of the game in an 8-2, six end mixed doubles curling victory over OAR at the Gangneung Curling Centre in PyeongChang, Saturday (Feb. 10). In a battle of 4-1 teams, Canmore's John Morris and Winnipeg's Kaitlyn Lawes had a team 88 per cent accuracy as the OAR husband and wife team of Anastasia Bryzgalova and Aleksandr Krushelnitckii struggled through six ends. Heading into the Olympics mixed doubles event, OAR was the top-ranked team in the world. Morris and Lawes opened with three points in the first end and never looked back. It was Canada's third game in a row where their opposition shook hands after six ends, and set up a final round-robin game with the wildly popular Korean team at 5 p.m. on TSN3, later today (Feb. 10). After an opening game loss to Norway, Canada has won five straight and guaranteed themselves a playoff position. In an interview on TSN, Morris said the game was Canada's best thus far. "Both of us were really feeling it and Kaitlyn set the tone in almost every end with a perfect first shot. "I think that was one of our best team games, for sure. This is where we want to be, in a good position for the playoffs. But we're not setting our sights any further than our next game against Korea."