The Olympic TV schedule on Sunday, February 9 here in Minnesota kicks of at midnight with a replay of the NBC Prime time episode. Prime time include men’s slopestyle and figure skating, among other events.
From there Olympic fans won’t have to spend a minute of their day without Olympic coverage. The next televised event kicks off right away with a women’s hockey game on NBC Sports Network. Stick with NBC Sports Network throughout the day and you’ll be treated to cross-country skiing, luge, ski jumping and even more hockey.
The day will end with another prime time episode that includes alpine skiing, snowboarding and more figure skating.
The event schedule listed below was current at the time of posting, according to NBCOlympics.com. All times are central, local Minnesota times, and all schedules are subject to change.
Midnight: NBC Primetime replay. Includes men’s slopestyle, women’s moguls, figure skating team event. NBC
2 a.m.: Women’s hockey, Sweden vs. Japan, NBC Sports Network.
4:30 a.m.: Cross-country skiing, men’s skiathlon, NBC Sports Network.
4:30 a.m.: Speed skating, women’s 3,000 meter, NBC Sports Network.
7 a.m.: Women’s hockey, Russia vs. Germany, MSNBC.
7:30 a.m.: Luge, men’s singles, NBC Sports Network.
9 a.m.: Figure skating, team event. NBC Sports Network.
12 p.m.: Ski jumping, men’s normal hill, NBC Sports Network.
1 p.m.: NBC Daytime. Includes figure skating, biathlon, speed skating, and cross-country skiing, NBC.
3 p.m.: Hockey Encore, NBC Sports Network.
4 p.m.: Hockey, Game of the Day, NBC Sports Network.
6 p.m.: NBC Primetime, includes alpine skiing, snowboarding, figure skating, and ski jumping, NBC.
10:30 p.m.: NBC Late Night. Includes luge and figure skating, NBC.
11:30 p.m.: NBC Primetime replay. Includes alpine skiing, snowboarding, figure skating and ski jumping, NBC.