Wednesday, Feb. 12
The U.S. women’s hockey team meets its chief rival, Canada. The women’s downhill takes place, without injured Lindsey Vonn.
Thursday, Feb. 13
The U.S. men’s hockey team, featuring the Wild’s Zach Parise, Ryan Suter and numerous others with Minnesota ties, opens group play against Slovakia.
Friday, Feb. 14
Gold will be awarded in the men’s free program in figure skating, and the super combined (downhill and slalom) takes place on Rosa Khutor.
Saturday, Feb. 15
Afton’s Jessie Diggins could become the first U.S. woman to medal in cross-country skiing when she competes in the 4x5 relay. The U.S. men take on an old rival in hockey, Russia.
Sunday, Feb. 16
It’s an early wake-up call for viewers as the U.S. men’s hockey team faces Slovenia (6:30 a.m. Central time). In curling, both the U.S. men and women go against Canada.
Monday, Feb. 17
It’s an ice hockey doubleheader in the women’s semifinals, and gold is up for grabs in ice dancing with the free dance program.
|Atlanta||0||Bottom 3rd Inning|
|Washington||2||Top 3rd Inning|
|Philadelphia||0||Bottom 3rd Inning|
|Baltimore||1||Bottom 2nd Inning|
|Miami||0||Top 4th Inning|
|San Diego||3:05 PM|
|San Francisco||3:05 PM|
|LA Angels||3:05 PM|
|Kansas City||3:05 PM|
|Los Angeles||3:10 PM|
|LA Lakers||6:00 PM|
|Tampa Bay||6:30 PM|
|Los Angeles||7:30 PM|
|(6) Tennessee||8:00 PM|