Last week we posted Part 1 of what to watch for in the Olympic Games. Here’s what to watch for in week two. The times provided for these events show when they will be streamed live and are in Eastern Standard Time.

Sunday, February 15

The US Men’s Hockey team faces Russia, which should be a great game to watch. The game is at 7:30am. For more hockey viewing, watch the women’s quarterfinals begin. There are games at 3am and 7:30am.


Tuesday, February 18

Tuesday marks the first time the Ski Halfpipe will make a showing in the Olympics. The men’s finals are at 12:30pm. American Aaron Blunck is only 17 years old and is expected to earn a medal.

Wednesday, February 19

The medal for the women’s bobsled event will be awarded. The event starts at 11:15am. Olympic hurdler Lolo Jones will attempt to earn her first Olympic medal in these Winter Olympics and Lauryn Williams will try to become the fifth person to win medals in both Summer and Winter Olympics.

Thursday, February 20

The Women’s Ski Halfpipe event gets going and Maddie Bowman and Devin Logan are expected to earn the top two medals for the US. The final is at 12:30pm. In addition, the medals will be awarded for women’s figure skating which begins at 10am. The third event to keep an eye on is the women’s hockey gold medal game at 12pm. Coming into Sochi, the Americans were the frontrunners for gold with the Canadians seeking their fourth consecutive win.

Saturday, February 22

At 7:45am, Bode Miller and Ted Ligety will compete for the US in the skiing slalom.


Sunday, February 23

The Men’s Ice Hockey gold medal game is at 7am. The closing ceremony will be live at 11am.

These events are must watch, but the great thing about the Olympics are that you can practically watch sports 24/7. There’s something for everyone. The 2014 Winter Olympics in Sochi have been great to watch in week one and should continue to be in week two.