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Sochi Olympics women’s curling gold medal game: Live stream, start time, TV info

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Sweden vs. Canada is the final Olympic women’s curling game where the gold medal will be awarded. For curling fans around the world, the match up of Sweden and Canada couldn’t be more exciting. The Canadians have really dominated the sport and brought an intense level, but Sweden really has given some strong performances as well. According to Fansided on Wednesday, the viewers turning in to watch live the Sweden vs. Canada women’s game should be looking at a nail-biting game. The gold medal game will be drawing in the fans.

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It would be fair to say that Canada has dominated the tournament. Undefeated and extremely impressive, the team has undeniably proven they are winners. Sweden on the other hand has lost two games in the tournament, one to Canada during a round robin portion. While the score was 3-9 with Canada winning, there seems to be something very different about this final game. Perhaps it is the electricity in the air or maybe it is the gold medal that is going to the winner. Whatever the reason, curling fans know it is worthy of watching.

This final game is being played at 3:30 a.m. ET in the Ice Cube Curling Center. The game will be seen in America on CNBC. It will also be broadcast live on live stream with NBC Olympics Live Extra.

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