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Sochi Day 14: What to Watch

The U.S.-Canada ice hockey rivalry continues

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    The U.S. men's hockey team faces its familiar Olympic rival, Canada, in a semifinal match-up that will advance the victor to Saturday's bronze medal game. It comes less than a day after the Canadian women's team beat the U.S. in overtime, winning its fourth consecutive Olympic gold. The winner of Friday's game will play either Sweden or Finland, depending on the outcome of their semifinal match.

    Meanwhile, freestyle skiing wraps up with women's ski cross, while American Mikaela Shiffrin goes for the gold in women's slalom. 

    Scroll down for more details on what to watch on the 14th day of competition.

    1 a.m. ET: Catch up on Thursday's highlights with NBC's late-night recap of the Nordic combined team large hill event. Keep watching at 2 a.m. ET for recaps from men's ski cross, women's halfpipe skiing and the stunning conclusion to the women's figure skating competition.

    2:45 a.m. ET: Freestyle skiing wraps up in Sochi Friday with the women's ski cross competition. The event kicks off with a seeding round followed by a series of knock-out rounds. Finals get underway at about 5:30 a.m. ET. Tune in here for all the events, live.

    7 a.m. ET: Sweden and Finland face off on the ice in one of two semifinal matches of the men's hockey tournament. The winning team will face the winners of the U.S.-Canada match-up in Saturday's bronze medal game. Watch live here or on the NBC Sports Network.

    7:45 a.m. ET: Friday is the last day women compete on the slopes above Sochi. American Mikaela Shiffrin is one of the favorites heading into the slalom, along with Austrian Marlies Schild and German Maria Hoefl-Riesch. Watch the first of two runs here, and tune in again at 11:15 a.m. EThere for the final run of the competition.

    8:30 a.m. ET: Canada goes for its fourth straight Olympic gold in the men's curling event in a final match-up against Britain. The Brits have not won an Olympic curling gold since 1924, the first time the sport appeared on the Olympic roster before being removed again for decades. Tune in here.

    Meanwhile, the U.S. speed skating team has one last chance to get some redemption after a string of disappointing performances. The men's and women's team pursuits begin Friday with quarterfinals and finish up Saturday. If the U.S. fails to bring one speed skating medal home, it will be the first time this has happened since 1984. 

    11:30 a.m. ET: The U.S. has three shots for a short track medal Friday. Men compete in the 500m and 5000m relay while women compete in the 1000m race. Watch live here.

    12 p.m. ET: This one is the blockbuster match-up of the day: The U.S. men's hockey team takes on its top rival, Canada, a day after the women's team lost the gold to Canada in an overtime thriller. Jonathan Quick will be in goal for the U.S., against Canada's Carey Price. The winner advances to the bronze medal game, where they'll face either Sweden or Finland. 

    3 p.m. ET: NBC has recaps of the women's ski cross competition and women's biathlon relay.

    8 p.m. ET/7C: NBC prime time replays highlights from women's slalom, short track and speed skating.