A viewing guide to what's on tap for Canada on Day 11 of the Games.
Afternoon: Chin up! The U.S. might be leading the medal count, and its hockey team doesn't face the indignity of needing to beat Germany to stay in the running, but we still have curling. Canada's Kevin Martin faces Chris Plys of the U.S., who is 21 years his junior (12 p.m., CTV/V, all times ET).
The major event of the afternoon is the ski jumping team event (qualifying, 12:55, ctvolympics.ca; finals, 2 p.m., TSN). The Sweden-U.S. women's hockey semifinal (3 p.m., V/ctvolympics.ca, TSN joining) also goes during daytime.
The should-watch is the finals of ice dancing, with Canada's Tessa Virtue and Scott Moir leading entering the free dance (8, Sportsnet). Virtue and Moir are the third-last pair to skate, so by the time they're up, the Canadian women's hockey team will have its semifinal against Finland (8, CTV/RDS/OMNI2/APTN) well in hand.