The Winter Olympics start up again on Monday with a handful of key events, most of which can be seen live on American television.
The big competition of the day is the women's hockey semifinal round. The United States start things off at 7 a.m. ET against Sweden, looking to advance to the gold-medal game again. That match will be aired on NBCSN. Their fellow medal favorites, Canada, begin at noon on MSNBC when they take on Switzerland.
The other big event of the day is figure skating, which begins at 10 a.m. on NBCSN. The ice dance competition finishes up with the free skating program. Americans Meryl Davis and Charlie White are sitting in first place after a solid run in the short program, followed by Canadians Tessa Virtue and Scott Moir. Other action includes tape-delayed events in curling, biathlon and ski jumping.
Here is the TV schedule for the day. All events can be seen online at NBCOlympics.com. NBC begins their primetime replay at 8 p.m., where Bob Costas makes his triumphant return to the studio after missing most of last week with an eye infection.
Women's round robin
3 a.m. - USA vs. South Korea, NBCSN (tape delay)
3 a.m. - Russia vs. Great Britain, NBCSN (tape delay)
5 p.m. - Denmark vs. Great Britain, CNBC (tape delay)
Men's round robin
5 a.m. - USA vs. Switzerland, USA Network
7 a.m. - USA vs. Sweden, NBCSN
12 p.m. - Canada vs. Switzerland, MSNBC
10 a.m. - Ice dance free skate, NBCSN
3 a.m. - Men's 15km mass start, NBCSN (tape delay)
1:30 p.m. - Women's 12.5km mass start, NBCSN (tape delay)
1:30 p.m. - Men's team large hill, NBCSN (tape delay)