Olympic hockey 2018 schedule: Times, TV channels, and live stream info for Tuesday, Feb. 13

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We have officially hit the midpoint of the women’s hockey tournament in the 2018 Winter Olympics in Pyeongchang. There are three games to enjoy on Tuesday, Feb. 13, with both the United States and Canada getting back in on the action.

All three women’s games will be streamed live on NBC’s Olympics website, alongside coverage on NBCSN at the times given.

First on Wednesday morning is a match between Canada and Finland at 2:40 a.m. ET. Canada, the reigning gold medal holders from Sochi, bested the Russians 5-0 in their first round robin game. They will be facing a Finland team that scored first on the United States in their opening game, but ultimately took a 3-1 loss to one of the tournament’s favorites.

The second game of the day will see the Americans take on the Olympic Athletes from Russia at 7:10 a.m. ET. Forward Kendall Coyne had a standout game for Team USA against Finland, as she netted the eventual game-winning goal for the Americans and looked deadly all game with her speed. With the Russians being shut out against Canada in their first game, the team will likely come out firing to get on the scoresheet for the first time.

Wednesday’s final game will come late into the evening at 10:10 p.m. ET when Sweden takes on Switzerland in a matchup of Group B’s two undefeated teams. Switzerland is coming off a 3-1 victory over Japan while Sweden bested Korea 8-0 on Monday’s match. The two teams are undefeated coming into the game, and this match will determine seeding placements for the upcoming quarterfinals.

How to watch Olympic hockey on Tuesday, Feb. 13

Women’s Group A: Canada vs. Finland

Time: 2:40 a.m. ET
TV: NBCSN
Live stream: NBC Olympics

Women’s Group A: United States vs. Olympic Athletes from Russia

Time: 7:10 a.m. ET
TV: NBCSN
Live Stream: NBC Olympics

Women’s Group B: Sweden vs. Switzerland

Time: 10:10 p.m. ET
TV: NBCSN
Live Stream: NBC Olympics


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