Olympic ice hockey is a cornerstone occasion at any Winter Video games.
In 2018, the dynamic of the draw modifications with out NHL gamers for the first time in 24 years, however for USA Hockey, medal expectations at Pyeongchang in each the males’s and ladies’s tournaments are nonetheless lifelike. It stays appointment viewing for diehard hockey followers and informal Olympic followers alike.
The U.S. ladies start play first on Feb. eleven towards Finland. The lads comply with Feb. 14 with their preliminary opener towards Slovenia.
A 14-hour time distinction between South Korea and the United States’ East Coast means most hockey video games are scheduled to be performed throughout early morning hours in the U.S., a slight inconvenience for viewers. A number of exceptions embrace the a lot-anticipated rematch between the U.S. ladies and rival Canada — an early schedule spotlight — and the males’s preliminary recreation towards Slovakia. These, in addition to the gold-medal video games, are scheduled to air stay late in primetime.
NBC, the official broadcast companion of the 2018 Olympics in the United States, will present all U.S. hockey video games stay and on tape delay throughout NBC Common’s household of networks. They could be reside-streamed right here.
Reside broadcast occasions (all Japanese) are listed under and shall be up to date with further viewing particulars when a ultimate tv schedule is introduced.
U.S. males’s Olympic hockey schedule
Feb. 14 — USA vs. Slovenia, 7:10 a.m. ET
Feb. 15 — USA vs. Slovakia, 10:10 p.m. ET
Feb. 17 — USA vs. Olympic Athletes from Russia, 7:10 a.m. ET
Feb. 21 — TBD
Feb. 23 — TBD
Feb. 24 — Bronze-medal recreation, groups TBD, 7:10 a.m. ET
Feb. 24 — Gold-medal recreation, groups TBD, eleven:10 p.m. ET
U.S. ladies’s Olympic hockey schedule
Feb. eleven — USA vs. Finland, 2:forty a.m. ET (NBCSN)
Feb. thirteen — USA vs. Olympic Athletes from Russia Russia, 7:10 a.m. ET
Feb. 14 — USA vs. Canada, 10:10 p.m. ET
Feb. 17 — TBD
Feb. 19 — TBD
Feb. 21 — Bronze-medal recreation, 2:forty a.m. ET
Feb. 21 — Gold-medal recreation, eleven:10 p.m. ET