Canada on Day 12: What to watch

Neate Sager

A viewing guide to what's on tap for Canada on Day 12 of the Games.

Afternoon: Canada's Ashleigh McIvor, Kelsey Serwa, and Julia Murray, ranked 2-3-4 in the world, compete in women's ski cross (CTV, qualifying, 1:30; finals, 4, all times ET).

Meantime, Bode Miller tries to win his fourth Alpine medal of the Games in men's giant slalom (TSN, first run, 1:30, second run, 4). The Netherlands' Sven Kramer goes for gold in men's 10,000-meter speedskating (CTV/ctvolympics.ca, 2).

In women's curling, Canada's Cheryl Bernard faces Great Britain's Eve Muirhead (Rogers Sportsnet/RDS, noon).

Belarus faces Switzerland in a men's hockey qualifying game (Rogers Sportsnet/RDS, 3).

Evening: Canada's must-win men's hockey game against Germany (CTV/V, 7:30) is scheduled against the first portion of women's singles figure skating (8, Sportsnet).

Germany lost only 2-0 to Sweden in group play, but its penalty killing is 60 percent. Meantime, there might not be a dry eye in Pacific Coliseum when Joannie Rochette skates her short program. Rochette is in the last flight of skaters, skating 26th of 30th. Yu-Na Kim is 23rd in the order.

If Canada can dispense with Germany earlier, you'll be able to see the skating and the Latvia-Czech Republic (10, TSN/V) and Norway-Slovakia elimination games (RDS, midnight).

Bernard faces Russia's Anna Sidorova to complete the curling round robin (10).

The first two runs in women's bobsled also go tonight (8, TSN/RIS).