Day 9 of the Olympic games begins shortly, and Americans have a fair share of events they can catch live on television, although a few events will still be delayed.
This time, curling drew the short straw with only three events scheduled to be aired Friday, and they will all be tape delayed. The United States have two matches on the day, with the first one airing at 3 a.m. ET on NBCSN and the second not airing until 5 p.m. on CNBC.
Ice hockey is one of the marquee events of the games, and NBC is treating it like that with four games set to air live on its family of networks. The Americans get the day off, but Canada will continue its quest to repeat as gold medal champions when they face Austria at 12 p.m. That game can be seen on USA Network.
Figure skating is the other major event getting the live treatment with the men's free skating program taking place. Tune in to NBCSN at 10 a.m. to see every skating run and check out what wacky outfit Johnny Weir is wearing today.
Here's the complete television schedule. As always, every event can be seen online at NBCOlympics.com and NBC's primetime replay starts at 8 p.m.
Men's round robin
3 a.m. - USA vs. Germany, NBCSN (tape delay)
5 a.m. - Norway vs. Canada, NBCSN (tape delay)
5 p.m. - USA vs. Russia, CNBC (tape delay)
Women's round robin
5 a.m. - USA vs. Denmark, USA Network
Men's ice hockey
3 a.m. - Czech Republic vs. Latvia, MSNBC
7:30 a.m. - Sweden vs. Switzerland, NBCSN
12 p.m. - Canada vs. Austria, USA Network
12 p.m. - Norway vs. Finland, MSNBC
Cross country skiing
5 a.m. - Men's 15km classic, NBCSN
10 a.m. - Men's free skate, NBCSN
2:30 p.m. - Men's large hill individual qualification, NBCSN (tape delay)