Next Two Days of Puck on NBC Universal


Also, live men’s hockey coverage includes Sweden vs. Germany and Czech Republic taking on Slovakia. In women’s hockey, live coverage of Switzerland vs. Slovakia.

Wednesday, February 17 (DAY 6)
3:00 p.m. – 8:00 p.m.
Men’s Ice Hockey -Finland vs. Belarus (LIVE)
Women’s Ice Hockey – Canada vs. Sweden (LIVE)

5:00 p.m. – 5:00 a.m.
Men’s Ice Hockey – Sweden vs. Germany (LIVE)
Czech Republic vs. Slovakia (LIVE)
Women’s Ice Hockey – Switzerland vs. Slovakia (LIVE)

Thursday, February 18 (DAY 7)

Noon – 5:30 p.m.
Men’s Ice Hockey – USA vs. Norway (LIVE)

5:00 p.m. – 5:00 a.m.
Men’s Ice Hockey – Canada vs. Switzerland (LIVE)
Slovakia vs. Russia (LIVE)
Women’s Ice Hockey – Russia vs. China (LIVE)

5:30 p.m. – 8:00 p.m.
Women’s Ice Hockey – USA vs. Finland (LIVE)

Men’s Ice Hockey: USA vs. Norway – The most anticipated international tournament in the sport – men’s hockey at a Canadian Olympics – continues as Team USA takes on Norway, LIVE.

Men’s Ice Hockey: Canada vs. Switzerland – One of the faces of the Games, hockey superstar Sidney Crosby, leads the Canadians in their drive for gold LIVE against Switzerland. “Sid the Kid” was controversially left off the 2006 Canadian Olympic Team roster. Now, he’s arguably the tournament’s best player. No medal means more to the host country than gold in men’s ice hockey and the atmosphere will be electric.

Women’s Ice Hockey: USA vs. Finland – Coached by 1980 “Miracle on Ice” hero Mark Johnson, the USA women’s hockey team is favored to meet Canada in the Gold Medal Final. Today they play their third game and toughest test yet of Vancouver tournament, LIVE vs. Finland, the team that Team USA beat for bronze in Torino.


2 Responses to Next Two Days of Puck on NBC Universal

  1. leafsfan1967 says:

    I suspect the start of the Canadian game tomorrow will be again delayed by curling so for anyone who wants to watch the start you will need to go to

    While it’s not the same as watching it on TV you will get the FULL game without having to switch channels and they are using some CTV feeds from Canada for both curling and hockey.

    I’m curious, does anyone know which feed CNBC used for the Russian game last night?

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