team use figure skating winter olympics Olympics 2014 Feb. 9 live stream and TV schedule: Team figure skating finals and moreThe 2014 Winter Olympic Games
are in full swing, with medals being awarded Saturday, Feb. 8 in moguls, speed skating and several other events — you can see the current medal count here.

Sunday (Feb. 9) will see the first figure skating medals awarded as the team event comes to an end, plus medals in men’s downhill, women’s slopestyle snowboarding, men’s cross-country skiing, women’s biathlon and men’s luge.

Live streams can be found at the NBC Olympics official site, with the normal NBC primetime broadcast starting at 7 p.m. ET/PT.

The real-time schedule is below. Every event is streaming online, with those that are also being broadcast live indicated in parenthesis (all times Eastern).

1:30 a.m. ET: Women’s slopestyle snowboarding semifinals

2 a.m.: Men’s alpine skiing downhill finals

3 a.m.: Women’s hockey Group B game 3 — Sweden vs. Japan (NBC Sports Network)

4:15 a.m.: Women’s slopestyle snowboarding finals

5 a.m.: Men’s cross-country skiing skiathlon 15 km classic + free (NBC Sports Network)

8 a.m.: Women’s hockey Group B game 4 — Russia vs. Germany (MSNBC)

9:30 a.m.: Women’s biathlon 7.5 km sprint

9:30 a.m.: Men’s luge singles run 3 (NBC Sports Network)

10 a.m.: Team figure skating men’s free skate (NBC Sports Network)

11 a.m.: Team figure skating women’s free skate (NBC Sports Network)

11:30 a.m.: Men’s luge singles run 4

12:10 p.m.: Team figure skating ice dance free skate (NBC Sports Network)

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