Winter Olympic Viewer's Guide: Monday, Feb. 17

Meryl Davis and Charlie White are in a position to win after stealing the show Sunday.
Meryl Davis and Charlie White are in a position to win after stealing the show Sunday. (Getty Images)

Trying to watch the Olympics? Even with now streaming every event live online, the wild array of events can make the viewing experience a bit bewildering.

But we're here to help. Here's our chronological list of the events U.S. Olympic fans should consider watching, and where. All times Eastern and all events are live action unless otherwise noted.

Two semifinal women's hockey games headline a slate along with the mixed figure skating final.

Don't forget that a lot of these events will be repackaged and shown in the prime time NBC slot so if you miss the big events live, you'll be able to see them later.

-- Denotes a medal event

2 a.m. -- Men's Biathlon 15km Mass Start, Originally scheduled for Sunday evening in Sochi, the event was rescheduled due to foggy conditions. France's Martin Fourcade will be in search of his third gold medal of the Games.

2 a.m. -- Men's Snowboard Cross, The action kicks off early with the finals scheduled for just after 5 a.m. ET. Americans Nick Baumgartner and Nate Holland should be in contention for a medal. Holland has earned eight medals at the X Games, but he has yet to set foot on an Olympic podium. Trevor Jacob, 20, is another intriguing contender.

7:30 a.m. -- Women's Hockey Semifinals: USA vs. Sweden, NBC Sports Network: Many billed the first matchup between Canada and the United States as a gold medal game warm-up. The Americans will have to get past Sweden first, though.

8:45 a.m. -- Men's Skiing Aerials, China and Belarus are the class of the field, with several competitors in contention for a medal. Mac Bohonnon, 18, is the only American in the field. Keep an eye on Australian substitute teacher David Morris.

9:30 a.m. -- Men's Two-man Bobsled, Russia holds a slight lead over several teams after Sunday's first two heats, including the United States. Jamaica is in last place.

10 a.m. -- Figure Skating Ice Dance, Free Dance, NBC Sports Network: Americans Meryl Davis and Charlie White are in first place after Sunday's short program -- they set a world record with a score of 78.89 -- and they will skate last Monday. The Canadian team of Tessa Virtue and Scott Moir are in second, while Russians Elena Ilinykh and Nikita Katsalapov are in third.

noon -- Women's Hockey Semifinal: Canada vs. Switzerland, MSNBC: The second half of the women's hockey semifinal.

12:15 p.m. -- Men's Team Large Hill Ski Jumping, NBC Sports Network: Poland's Kamil Stoch will be looking for his third gold of the Games after winning both the large and normal hills individual event.

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