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  • Men's Olympic hockey schedule

    Preliminary round:

    WED FEB 12, 2014

    CZECH REPUBLIC - SWEDEN 10:00 AM
    LATVIA - SWITZERLAND 10:00 AM

    THU FEB 13, 2014

    FINLAND - AUSTRIA 1:00 AM
    RUSSIA - SLOVENIA 5:30 AM
    SLOVAKIA - UNITED STATES 5:30 AM
    CANADA - NORWAY 10:00 AM

    FRI FEB 14, 2014

    CZECH REPUBLIC - LATVIA 1:00 AM
    SWEDEN - SWITZERLAND 5:30 AM
    CANADA - AUSTRIA 10:00 AM
    NORWAY - FINLAND 10:00 AM

    SAT FEB 15, 2014

    SLOVAKIA - SLOVENIA 1:00 AM
    UNITED STATES - RUSSIA 5:30 AM
    SWITZERLAND - CZECH REPUBLIC 10:00 AM
    SWEDEN - LATVIA 10:00 AM

    SUN FEB 16, 2014

    AUSTRIA - NORWAY 1:00 AM
    RUSSIA - SLOVAKIA 5:30 AM
    SLOVENIA - UNITED STATES 5:30 AM
    FINLAND - CANADA 10:00 AM

    TV coverage will be added as soon as either the CBC online/TV site gets its act together or on a daily basis through other means.
    Last edited by TerryH; 10-02-2014, 01:09 AM.

  • #2
    Oilers taking part in the Olympics are Ales Hemsky for the Czechs, Martin Marincin for Slovakia and Anton Belov for Russia.

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    • #3
      Are you posting the time in Mountain Standard time? Or the time in Sochi?

      If for MST, you may want to double check your AMs/PMs. I believe on Thurs 13th, Canada is on at 10:00am. Unless you are referring to a re-broadcast of the game.

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      • #4
        ^Sorry, I was copying from the NHL.com site and they have their schedule on EST. Not sure why I forgot to change 12 PM to 10 AM when I did so for the first 2 games.

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        • #5
          This is the schedule that really matters:

          Wed Feb 19
          Quarter Finals (10 am MST)

          Fri Feb 21
          Semi Finals (5 am or 10 am MST)

          Sat Feb 22
          Bronze Medal game (8 am MST) - hopefully Team Canada will be resting for their next game...

          Sun Feb 23
          Gold Medal Game (5 am MST)

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          • #6
            Both the Czech Republic/Sweden and Latvia/Switzerland games are live online at olympics.cbc.ca and Sportsnet One will show one of the games or maybe some of both.

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            • #7
              Sweden beat the Czechs 4-2 on goals by Erik Karlsson (2), Patrik Berglund and Henrik Zetterberg. The Czechs got 2 quick goals by Marek Zidlicky and Jaromir Jagr but couldn't overcome the deficit. Henrik Lundqvist turned aside 27 of 29 shots while Jakub Kovar was pulled 51 seconds into the 2nd after giving up 3 goals on 10 shots. Alexander Salak mopped up, allowing 1 goal on 15 shots. Ales Hemsky played 6:58 and had 2 shots on goal.

              Switzerland edged Latvia 1-0 on a very late goal by Simon Moser with 8 seconds left in the 3rd period. Jonas Hiller got the shutout on a 21 save performance. Edgars Masalskis saved 38 of 39 shots.

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              • #8
                Interesting that Hemsky was playing on the 4th line instead of Jagr
                “You have to dream big. If we want to be a little city, we dream small. If we want to be a big city, we dream big, and this is a big idea.” - Mayor Stephen Mandel, 02/22/2012

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                • #9
                  The Finland vs. Austria game is on Sportsnet West at 1:00 AM, Russia vs. Slovenia on CBC at 5:30 AM, Slovakia vs. United States on TSN at 5:30 AM and Canada vs. Norway on CBC at 10:00 AM.

                  All of these games can also be seen online at olympics.cbc.ca.

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                  • #10
                    10 Ways Canada has already won The Olympics

                    http://www.buzzfeed.com/tanyachen/he...e-winter-olymp
                    Noah's ark was built by volunteers...... The Titanic was built by professionals.

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                    • #11
                      Jamie Benn scores!

                      2-0 Canada with 4 min. left in the 2nd period. Norway has been out shot 13-0 in the period. Keep up the good practice session Canada!

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                      • #12
                        Finland scored twice in 8 seconds late in the first period to blow open the game and take it 8-4 over Austria. The Austrians actually led 1-0 and 2-1 at points before the Finns tied it and took the lead. Jarkko Immonen and Mikael Granlund led the Finns with 2 goal each while Petri Kontiola, Jussi Jokinen, Olli Maatta and Sami Lepisto had singles. Michael Grabner had a hat trick and Thomas Hundertpfund scored for the Austrians. Tuukka Rask got the win but only made 16 saves. Bernhard Starkbaum faced 52 shots in the loss.

                        Russia got goals from 5 different scorers to knock off Slovenia 5-2. Alexander Ovechkin, Yevgeni Malkin, Ilya Kovalchuk, Valeri Nichushkin and Oilers' Anton Belov got the goals for Russia while Ziga Jeglic got 2 to keep the Slovenes in the game. Semyon Varlamov turned aside 12 shots for Russia while Robert Kristan made 30 saves for the Slovenia. Belov played 10:25, taking 2 shots on goal and was +1.

                        The United States hammered Slovakia 7-1 led by Paul Stastny's 2 goals. John Carlson, Ryan Kesler, David Backes, Phil Kessel and Dustin Brown also netted goals for the Americans while Tomas Tatar got Slovakia's lone goal. Jonathan Quick had to make 22 saves while Jaroslav Halak got pulled after stopping 20 of 25 shots. Peter Budaj had 2 get by him on 8 shots. Martin Marincin played 14:53, had 3 shots on goal and was a miserable -4.

                        Canada got by Norway 3-1 but dominated a good part of the game. Goals by Shea Weber, Jamie Benn and Drew Doughty paced the Canadians while Norway got their goal from former Oiler Patrick Thoresen. Carey Price made 19 saves while Lars Haugen kept the Norwegians in the game with 35 saves.

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                        • #13
                          The Czech Republic - Latvia game is on TSN at 1 AM and joined in progress on CBC at 2 AM. Sweden and Switzerland is on TSN at 5:30 AM. Canada vs. Austria is on CBC while Norway vs. Finland is on Sportsnet West, both at 10:00 AM.

                          All game are also online at olympics.cbc.ca.

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                          • #14
                            I booked next Wednesday, Friday and Sunday off to watch men's hockey. Hard to find friends to watch the game with me at 10am on the weekdays.

                            I guess I have to make new hockey friends at one of these places:
                            EARLY OPENINGS
                            The Alberta Gaming and Liquor Commission has approved 27 requests from licence holders seeking early openings during the Olympics, with more applications under review. In some cases, licence holders operate out of more than one location.

                            The commission is unable to provide the names of businesses, but it includes 13 operators in Calgary, five in Edmonton, two in Grande Prairie, two in Sherwood Park and one each in Leduc, Camrose, Red Deer, Lloydminster and Lethbridge. The days and hours at each vary, but most are centred around Team Canadian men’s hockey games.

                            In Edmonton, Kelly’s Pub, the Central Social Hall, Schanks Sports Grill, and some Hudsons Canadian Tap Houses and Canadian Brew Houses will be in open. In Sherwood Park, the Average Joe’s Sports Bar and Canadian Brew House also are open.

                            http://www.edmontonjournal.com/Beer+...369/story.html

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                            • #15
                              ^
                              Glad to see the AGLC is being responsive. Hopefully they can take that responsiveness and allow the temporary patios set up in a parking stall or stall in front of a business, too

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