Winter Olympics Live Schedule: Saturday, Feb. 15

by | February 14, 2014 at 7:18 PM | Olympics

J.R. Celski (Streeter Lecka/Getty)


12 Midnight-3am ET:  Curling - Women’s Prelims

Canada vs. Japan

China vs. Sweden

Great Britain vs. Korea


2-4:10am ET:  Alpine skiing: Women’s Super-G

Julia Mancuso who captured the only US Alpine medal in Sochi with a bronze in the super combined, will try to get the Americans back on the medals podium. Slovenia’s Tina Maze has already won gold in the women’s downhill.


2:50-5am ET: Bobsled: Men’s 2-Man: Training Day 3


3-5:30am ET: Men’s Hockey: Slovakia vs. Slovenia

Chicago Blackhawk’s Marian Hossa and Boston Bruins’ captain Zdeno Chara look to lead their Slovakia team against the Los Angeles King’s Anze Kopitar and Slovakia.


3-5:30am ET: Women’s Hockey Quarterfinals – Finland vs. Sweden


4:50-6:30am ET: Cross-country: Women’s 4x5km Relay

Norway’s cross country relay might be the biggest gold medal favorite in Sochi.  Question is not whether they will win but by how much? The American team’s best Olympic finish ever has been 7th.


5-8am ET: Curling – Men’s Prelims

Sweden vs. Germany

Denmark vs. Switzerland

Canada vs. Great Britain

Russia vs. China


5-7:55am ET: Short track: Women’s 1,500 Meter, Men’s 1,000-Meter Final

J.R. Celski, who just missed a medal, in the men’s 1,500-meter final, should again be facing Canada’s 1,500 gold medalist Charles Hamelin as well as transplanted Russian Viktor Ahn, the bronze medalist.  Ahn won three gold medals in 2006 competing as Ahn Hyun-Soo for South Korea.


7:30-10am ET: Men’s Hockey: USA-RUS

Washington Capital scoring ace Alex Ovechin leads his Russian team against the United States in an eagerly anticipated game three decades following the Americans’ “Miracle on ice” win.


7:30-10am ET: Women’s Hockey Quarterfinals – Switzerland vs. Russia


8:30-10:25am ET: Short track: Men’s 1500 Meters

J.R. Celski, – who just missed a medal in the men’s 1,500-meter final – should again be facing Canada’s 1,500 gold medalist Charles Hamelin  and transplanted Russian Viktor Ahn, the bronze medalist.  Ahn won three gold medals in 2006 competing asAhn Hyun-Soo, a South Korean athlete.


9:45am-12:10pm ET: Skeleton: Men’s: Run 3-4 (combined)

Americans John Daly and Matt Antoine sit third and fourth after the first day’s two runs as Team USA seeks more medals following Noelle Pikus-Pace’s silver in the women’s event.


10am-1pm ET: Eve Session: Women’s Prelims (Sheet A)

USA vs. Sweden

Canada vs. Russia

Great Britain vs. Switzerland

Denmark vs. China


11:25am-2:15pm ET Ski Jumping: Men’s Long Hill Trial Jump & Final

Poland’s Kamil Stoch won Sochi gold in the normal hill event and posted the longest jump in trial jump for the large hill final.  But don’t count out Swiss veteran Simon Ammann who swept both gold medals twice most recently in 2010.


Noon-2:30pm ET: Men’s Hockey: Switzerland vs. Czech Republic

Longtime Czech star Jaromir Jagr hopes to celebrate his 42nd birthday by leading his team over Switzerland to advance into the Olympic hockey semifinals.


Noon-2:30pm ET: Men’s Hockey: Sweden v. Latvia

Henrik Lundqvist and his Sweden team that has been tabbed a strong medal favorite, needs a win against Latvia to win the group and advance to the semifinals.