Winter Olympics 2014 Schedule: Live Stream, TV Info and Day 14 Preview

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Winter Olympics 2014 Schedule: Live Stream, TV Info and Day 14 Preview
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Coming off one of the most memorable days of the 2014 Winter Games, Day 14 has a lot to live up to in Sochi, Russia.

As it stands, the schedule looks like it will be another stellar set of events fans around the globe will want to catch. Big names are in action as more potential medals are dished out, and a pretty important hockey match is in the cards, too.

American viewers will be able to catch a few of these events on television during the day, but will have to wait until prime time on NBC for most. Remember, all events are available to view online at NBC Live Extra.

Schedule, TV Info

Winter Olympics Schedule - Day 14
Time (ET) Sport Event/Matchup TV Medal?
2:45am ET Freestyle Skiing Women's Ski Cross - Seeding -- No
3:30am ET Curling Men's Bronze Final - SWE vs CHN -- Yes
4:30am ET Freestyle Skiing Women's Ski Cross - 1/8 Finals NBC (Delay) No
5:05am ET Freestyle Skiing Women's Ski Cross - Qtrfinals NBC (Delay) No
5:25am ET Freestyle Skiing Women's Ski Cross - Semifinals NBC (Delay) No
5:39am ET Freestyle Skiing Women's Ski Cross - Finals NBC (Delay) Yes
7:00am ET Hockey Men's Semifinal - SWE vs FIN NBCSN No
7:45am ET Alpine Skiing Women's Slalom - Run 1 of 2 -- No
8:30am ET Curling Men's Gold Final - CAN vs GBR CNBC Yes
8:30am ET Speed Skating Men's Team Pursuit - Quarterfinals -- No
9:15am ET Speed Skating Women's Team Pursuit - Quarterfinals -- No
9:30am ET Biathlon Women's 4 x 6km Relay NBC (Delay) Yes
10:15am ET Speed Skating Men's Team Pursuit - Semifinals -- No
11:15am ET Alpine Skiing Women's Slalom - Run 2 of 2 -- Yes
11:30am ET Short Track Men's 500m - Quarterfinals -- No
11:45am ET Short Track Women's 1000m - Quarterfinals -- No
12:00pm ET Hockey Men's Semifinal - USA vs CAN NBCSN (Delay) No
12:15pm ET Short Track Men's 500m - Semifinals -- No
12:30pm ET Short Track Women's 1000m - Semifinals -- No
12:45pm ET Short Track Men's 500m - Finals -- Yes
1:00pm ET Short Track Women's 1000m - Finals -- Yes
1:15pm ET Short Track Men's 5000m Relay - Finals -- Yes

All info courtesy of and

Events to Watch 

Men's 500-meter Short-Track Finals

Of the multitude of short-track events on the day, the 500 meters is the most interesting to watch. America's J.R. Celski will be in attendance and has two first-place finishes so far in Sochi, although he has yet to hit the podium.

Celski says that in the face of the massive disappointment his team has been this year that spirits are still high, via Beth Harris of the Associated Press:

"It's a bummer that we haven't performed quite the way we wanted to individually," Celski said. "The team energy and atmosphere is still positive."

Celski is a star to watch, but Russia's Viktor Ahn is the man who fans must watch the closest. He grabbed a gold in the 1,000 meters and a bronze in the 1,500 meters. Ahn has shown no signs of slowing down and is the clear favorite.

Overall the field is tough, and major players have one last chance to turn things around or keep dominating the field.

USA vs. Canada, Men's Hockey Semifinals

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Sidney Crosby

This writes itself.

Two heated rivals. A rematch of the 2010 gold-medal game in Vancouver. Etc.

The international hockey game is all about adjustments, and so far the United States has simply been better. In fact, Canada has been one of the slowest to adapt offensively despite a slew of star players who separately find a large amount of success. A stat detailed by James Mirtle of The Globe and Mail says it all:

Of course, most of this goes out the window when the two rivals meet. The United States and Canada have a long history and will surely do whatever it takes to get past each other and into the gold-medal game.

Of all the events on Feb. 21, this is the one nobody has an excuse to miss.


Women's Alpine Skiing Slalom Run

Lost in the shuffle of the more broad-appeal events, the women's slalom run will have some quality action and star power fans will want to see.

Heavyweights such as Slovenia's Tina Maze will hit the slopes once more. Maze already has two gold medals to her name in Sochi and is certainly a favorite to win another.

Mikaela Shiffrin is another name to keep a close eye on, especially after a strong showing that saw her land in fifth place in the giant slalom event. The budding 18-year-old American superstar could make a push at the podium in her first Winter Games after getting over the butterflies of her first event.

Other old favorites like Germany's Maria Hoefl-Riesch will make a bid for the podium as well in an event not hyped by many but will be praised by all once it concludes.

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