There may only be a few days left in the 2014 Winter Olympics,
but some big events are awarding medals Thursday (Feb. 20): Women’s curling, men’s freestyle skiing ski cross, nordic combined team large hill, women’s hockey, women’s freestyle skiing ski halfpipe and women’s figure skating.
Team USA is facing off with Canada for the women’s hockey gold, which is actually airing live on the NBC broadcast network starting at noon ET/9 a.m. PT.
Live streams can be found at the NBC Olympics official site, with the normal NBC primetime broadcast starting at 8 p.m. ET/PT.
real-time schedule is below. Every event is streaming online, with
those that are also being broadcast live indicated in parenthesis (all
2:45 a.m.: Men’s free style skiing ski cross seeding
3 a.m.: Nordic combined team large hill ski jumping (NBC Sports Network)
3:30 a.m.: Women’s curling bronze medal match, Great Britain vs. Switzerland (NBC Sports Network)
4:30 a.m.: Men’s freestyle skiing ski cross 1/8 finals
5 a.m.: Men’s freestyle skiing ski cross quarterfinals
5:25 a.m.: Men’s freestyle skiing ski cross semifinals
5:40 a.m.: Men’s freestyle skiing ski cross finals
6 a.m.: Nordic combined team large hill cross-country
7 a.m.: Women’s hockey bronze medal match, Switzerland vs. Sweden (NBC Sports Network)
8:30 a.m.: Women’s curling gold medal match, Sweden vs. Canada
9:30 a.m.: Women’s freestyle skiing ski halfpipe qualification
10 a.m.: Women’s figure skating long program (NBC Sports Network)
Noon: Women’s hockey gold medal match, Canada vs. USA (NBC)
12:30 p.m.: Women’s freestyle skiing ski halfpipe finals