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Skip  Mike McEwen
Alternate  Kevin Michaluk
Third  B.J. Neufeld
Name  Denni Neufeld
Second  Matt Wozniak
Parents  Chris Neufeld
Lead  Denni Neufeld

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Born  January 25, 1981 (age 34) Steinbach, Manitoba (1981-01-25)
Curling club  Fort Rouge CC, Winnipeg, MB

Dennison "Denni" Neufeld (born January 25, 1981) is a Canadian curler from Winnipeg, Manitoba. Neufeld plays lead for the Mike McEwen team which curls out of the Assiniboine Memorial Curling Club in Winnipeg (Neufeld's main rink is the Fort Rouge, however).[1]

Born in Steinbach, Manitoba, Neufeld won a gold medal for Manitoba at the 1999 Canada Games. In 2001 he joined the McEwen.

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Neufeld started curling around the age of ten and cites the achievements of his father as leading his interest into the game of curling. His father is Chris Neufeld who was a three time Manitoba curling champion and one time Labatt Brier champion in 1992 as part of the Vic Peters team. Neufeld is employed as a realtor for Royal LePage Prime Real Estate. He is married to Cheryl Neufeld and has two children.


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