Olympic Tournament Start Times Announced

The times for the play-in games of the medal tournament at the 2014 Winter Olympics in Sochi were announced on Monday morning. All four play-in games are Tuesday.

The play-in game start times are as follows:

  • #5 Russia vs. #12 Norway - 7:30 a.m. ET at Bolshoy Ice Dome.
    The winner will play #4 Finland at 7:30 a.m. ET on Wednesday.
  • #6 Switzerland vs #11 Latvia at noon ET at Bolshoy Ice Dome.
    The winner will play #3 Canada at noon ET on Wednesday.
  • #7 Czech Republic vas. #10 Slovakia at noon ET at Shayba Arena.
    The winner will play #2 United States at noon ET Wednesday (on NBCSN).
  • #8 Slovenia vs. #9 Austria at 3 a.m. ET at Bolshoy Ice Dome.
    The winner will play #1 Sweden at 3 a.m. ET on Wednesday.

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4 Responses to Olympic Tournament Start Times Announced

  1. JS says:

    Do I leave work early or go in late on Wednesday. Decisions.

  2. Peter says:

    If you can get to a computer, you can watch live through NBCOlympics Live Extra with a participating cable provider!

  3. JS says:

    Peter, that option does not involve me not being at work, which is the most important factor in my decision. :)

    To be honest, I thought about that, but my work has a ridiculous amount of security on the computers and doesn’t even allow streaming videos. I’d have to watch it on my phone and without a beer in my hand.

  4. Peter says:

    Tab, sorry for the link below. Please delete if desired and excuse me for linking to another website.

    Pretty neat story about a US speedskater trying to meet every Blackhawk at the Olympics:
    http://sports.yahoo.com/blogs/nhl-puck-daddy/u-speed-skater-brian-hansen-mission-every-blackhawk-163215913–nhl.html

    I really can’t imagine how unique it is to wake up with world class athletes in so many various sports all within such a close proximity.

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