How to watch Sochi Olympics online, TV schedule and more

Scott Rovak-USA TODAY Sports

USA vs. Canada can be seen live on television in America, along with women's ski cross and the curling finals. Your television schedule for Friday.

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Men's ice hockey is the biggest Olympic event on Friday, and as usual NBC is giving it the live treatment. Sweden face Finland in the first round of the semifinals, which can be seen on NBCSN at 7 a.m. ET

That's just a precursor to the real main event of the day, the anticipated clash between the United States and Canada. That game can be seen live at noon on NBCSN, as the U.S. try to avenge their 2010 overtime loss to the Canadians in Vancouver.

Curling wraps up with the medal rounds, though only the bronze medal game can be seen live. Tune in to NBCSN at 3:30 a.m. to see China take on Sweden. The gold medal game between Canada and Great Britain won't be televised until 5 p.m. on CNBC.

Other Olympic action on Friday includes women's ski cross, speed skating team pursuits and the women's relay in biathlon. Here's the complete television schedule for the day (all times ET, medal events in italics). As usual, all events will be streamed at and NBC's primetime replay begins at 8 p.m.

Ice hockey semifinals

7 a.m. - Sweden vs. Finland, NBCSN

noon - USA vs. Canada, NBCSN

Freestyle skiing

3 a.m. - Women's ski cross, NBCSN


3:30 a.m. - Bronze medal game, China vs. Sweden, NBCSN

5 p.m. - Gold medal game, Canada vs. Great Britain, CNBC (tape delay)

Speed skating

11:30 a.m. - Women's team pursuit, NBCSN (tape delay)


9:30 a.m. - Women's relay, NBCSN

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