The Winter Olympics continue on Sunday with another healthy dose of live television coverage. The focus, as always, is on hockey and figure skating.
The U.S. men's hockey team hits the ice at 7:30 a.m. ET against Slovenia, hoping to build on their epic shootout win over Russia. That game can be seen on NBCSN, and the network could see a ratings bump after T.J. Oshie's heroic performance on Saturday. The Canadians take on Finland at 12 p.m. on USA Network.
Figure skating picks up again with the ice dance short program at 10 a.m. NBCSN has drawn rave reviews for their live figure skating coverage, both for showing every skater and for the natural chemistry between Tara Lipinski and Johnny Weir. Expect to see more of the same from them on Sunday.
The American curlers play Canada in what should be intriguing rivalry matches, but with both the men and women teams well out of contention, they get the tape delay treatment. You can still see the women's team live on MSNBC, if only to watch them play out the string after a 1-6 start. Elsewhere, cross country and biathlon have medal events set to air on NBCSN later in the day.
Here's your complete television schedule for the day. All times are ET and medal events are in italics. You can stream every event on NBCOlympics.com or simply wait for NBC's primetime replay, which begins at 8 p.m. Meredith Vieira is manning the studio again with Bob Costas still out of commission.
Men's round robin
3 a.m. - USA vs. Canada, NBCSN (tape delay)
4 p.m. - USA vs. Sweden, CNBC (tape delay)
Women's round robin
5 a.m. USA vs. Canada, MSNBC
Men's ice hockey
3 a.m. - Austria vs. Norway, USA Network
7:30 a.m. - USA vs. Slovenia, NBCSN
7:30 a.m. - Russia vs. Slovakia, USA Network
12 p.m. - Finland vs. Canada, USA Network
10 a.m. - Ice dance short program, NBCSN
5 a.m. - Men's relay, NBCSN
2 p.m. - Men's 15km mass start, NBCSN (tape delay)