Howard, Jones have edge

Glenn Howard has qualified for the 2013 Roar of the Rings. (REUTERS files)

Glenn Howard has qualified for the 2013 Roar of the Rings. (REUTERS files)

Jim Bender, QMI Agency

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Just call them Question Martin and the Mysterians.

I mean, have Alberta’s Kevin Martin and David Nedohin — once sworn ene- mies — developed enough chemistry in three short months for Martin to defend his Canadian Curling Trials title and take a shot at getting a second Olympic gold?

Has Nedohin really gotten over Martin suggesting that the incredible success he had throwing the last brick for Alberta nemesis Randy Fer- bey should be written with an asterisk?

Will Martin’s wonky back last the entire week on the cold ice at the MTS Centre? Can Martin return to the form he once enjoyed?

My guess is that this crew will be singing Too Many Teardrops (look it up) when the week is done.

I would say any one of the top six men’s teams in the Roar of the Rings could win this thing and have a legiti- mate shot at Olympic gold in Sochi, Russia. But my gut tells me that Ontario’s Glenn

Howard will emerge victorious. First, he has former world champion Wayne Mi


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