With group play over, Olympic men's hockey is now on to the knockout stages, which start on Tuesday with the qualification round. NBC continues to give this event the red-carpet treatment, showing every game live on its family of networks.
The United States, Canada, Sweden and Finland are already through to the quarterfinals after getting the most points during group play, so Tuesday's games will determine which opponents they face. Russia is the most high-profile team in this group. Still reeling from a heartbreaking shootout loss to the U.S., the home team will take out its frustrations on Norway, who has yet to win a game.
That game can be seen on NBCSN, along with three others that will be televised live. Here's the complete television schedule for Tuesday. As always, the games can be streamed live on NBCOlympics.com, provided you already have a cable or satellite subscription.
3 a.m. - Slovenia vs. Austria, NBCSN
7:30 a.m. - Russia vs. Norway, NBCSN
12 p.m. - Czech Republic vs. Slovakia, NBCSN
12 p.m. - Switzerland vs. Latvia, MSNBC