Jonathan Quick is returning to the ice on Saturday when the USA hockey team continues their quest for the gold. The Olympic hockey showdown between Team USA and Russia is going to having viewers turning in from every part of the globe. The competition is tough on the ice and that’s why fans were on pins and needles before the decision for who would be the USA goalie for the game. According to Yahoo Sports on Friday, Jonathan Quick will start for Team USA against Russia.
The USA hockey game against Russia is the most highly anticipated game of the hockey scheduled preliminary rounds. When it comes to the viewership of the game, with exception of the final game, it’s expected to be the most watched. The decision of the starting goalie will no doubt have fans talking about the impact it will make on the decision. Or why the decision was made in the first place.
Whatever the reasoning for the USA team goalie selection, fans are going to be ready to watch the USA hockey players take down the Russian team on the ice. Looking to watch? NBC is offering coverage, but the games will be early in the morning due to the time zone differences.
It is easy for fans watch the match of the United States vs. Russian Federation. On Saturday, February 15 at 7:30 a.m. ET/4:30 a.m. PT, the teams will be on the ice. Choices to see the game live include watching online via live stream at NBC Live Extra. Or watch the games via the NBC Sports Live Extra mobile app. If you want to see it on television, there NBCSN for live coverage of the big game!