Canada got off to an outstanding start thanks to a few early misses by Danish skip Rasmus Stjerne. After five ends, Stjerne was only curling 55% compared to Koe's 95%.
A turning point came in the second end. Denmark was in a position to score three points but Stjerne came up light with his first stone and then could not save his shooter in a takeout attempt and forced to only take one point.
A Canadian deuce in the third end was followed by back-to-back steals in the fourth and fifth end.
Koe's team will now face Japan in their next match Sunday at midnight mountain time.