In December 2010, Randy Ferbey and announced they would team up once again in an attempt to play in the for a chance to represent Alberta at the .
On February 9, 2011, Randy Ferbey announced his time curling with had come to an end. He stated he knew after the Canadian Open Grand Slam Event, he was done curling with them.
In April 2010, Randy Ferbey announced he would be joining 's team effective for the . Ferbey will skip the team, but throw third rocks like he had been with his former team. Previous third, , will be bumped up to the second position and will play lead. , the past lead on Team Gushue, decided to take a year or two off. In an ironic twist, the final game played by the Ferbey four would be against Gushue in the quarterfinals of the . Ferbey lost to Gushue 8–3. In their first event as a team, the rink lost to in the final of the .
Many attribute Ferbey's success during this time to the boycott that other major teams of the early 2000s had of the Brier, to play in events. Ferbey did not boycott the Brier, and as a result, played in very few Grand Slam events. When the players' boycott was lifted, the Ferbey rink failed to win another provincial title, as Kevin Martin's rink would win the 2006, 2007, 2008 and 2009 provincial tournaments. The Ferbey four would still remain one of the top teams in the country however, as they would win three Grand Slam events in their career. One of the big disappoints for the team was their failure to qualify for the Olympics. After winning their first Brier, the team went 5–4 at the . In 2005 after winning their final Brier, they finished just 4–5 at the . In 2009, the team had another disappointing , finishing 3–4.