Canada on Day 10: What to watch

Neate Sager
February 21, 2010

A viewing guide to what's on tap for Canada on Day 10 of the Games. It is Super Sunday for a reason.

Afternoon: The other Canada-U.S. matchup, Cheryl Bernard facing Debbie McCormick in women's curling, starts the day (12, CTV/V, all times ET).

Men's ski cross (qualifying on TSN, 1 p.m.; final on CTV at 3:15), with Canada's Chris Del Bosco is getting a lot of hype, might be more your speed.

It's busy in alpine, since men's super combined (12:30, Rogers Sportsnet) and final of men's giant slalom (4:40, CTV, ctvolympics.ca) are being run on the same day.

The schedulemakers lined up Czech Republic-Russia (2:45, TSN/V) as the undercard to the Canada-U.S. hockey tilt.

Evening: The early evening includes Christine Nesbitt and Kristina Groves aiming to each win medals in women's 1,500-metre speed skating (6, Sportsnet/RDS). Kevin Martin and the Canadian men's curling team face Switzerland's Ralph Stoeckli in a 5 p.m. match (TSN comes on at 5:15; APTN has French-language coverage).

Words fail at trying to undersell the Canada-U.S. men's hockey game (7:40, CTV/V, plus OMNI1 and in Cantonese on OMNI2).

Ice dancing (7:45, Sportsnet/RDS) and a China-Canada women's curling showdown (9:45) are up against hockey. Tessa Virtue and Scott Moir are the second-last of the 23 pairs to skate, so it will be possible not to miss a minute of the hockey and see them skate live, while dropping in on curling.

Last but not least, Sweden-Finland men's hockey (12 a.m., Sportsnet) takes it home.