team usa womens hockey winter olympics 2014 Olympics 2014 Feb. 17 live stream and TV schedule: USA women's hockey vs. Sweden, ice dancing finalsThe 2014 Winter Olympic Games continues Monday (Feb. 17), with medal events for men’s and women’s mass start biathlon, men’s snowboarding SBX, figure skating ice dance, two-man bobsled, men’s freestyle skiing aerials and men’s skip jumping.

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
times Eastern).

12 a.m. ET: Women’s curling round robin (3 a.m., USA vs. Korea, NBC Sports Network)

1 a.m.: Men’s biathlon 15 km mass start

2 a.m.: Men’s snowboarding SBX seeding

4:30 a.m.: Men’s snoboarding SBX 1/8 finals

4:45 a.m.: Men’s snowboarding SBX quarterfinals

5 a.m.: Men’s curling round robin (5 a.m., USA vs. Switzerland, USA Network)

5:15 a.m.: Men’s snowboarding SBX finals

7:30 a.m.: Women’s hockey semifinals, USA vs. Sweden (NBC Sports Network)

8:45 a.m.: Men’s freestyle skiing aerials qualifications

9:30 a.m.: Bobsled two-man heat 3

10 a.m.: Women’s curling round robin

10 a.m.: Figure skating ice dancing free skate (NBC Sports Network)

10 a.m.: Women’s biathlon 12.5 km mass start

11 a.m.: Bobsled two-man heat 4

12:00 p.m.: Women’s hockey semifinals, Canada vs. Switzerland (MSNBC)

12:15 p.m.: Men’s skip jumping team 1st round

12:30 p.m.: Men’s freestyle skiing aerials finals

1:15 p.m.: Men’s skip jumping team final round (NBC Sports Network)

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