A viewing guide to what's on tap for Canada on Day 6 of the Games.
Afternoon: Cheryl Bernard and the Canadian women's curling team play their second match, this time against Japan's Moe Meguro (12 p.m., Rogers Sportsnet/RDS, all times ET). It's kind of a steady lineup of Canadian women competing throughout the afternoon. Weather permitting, U.S. superstar Lindsey Vonn leads the field in women's downhill (2 p.m., CTV). Bodog has Canadians Britt Janyk at Emily Brydon (pictured) at 16-1 and 25-1 to win. Downhill is unpredictable, so it's a hope-against-hope deal.
Also keep an eye out on cross-country skiing, the individual sprint classic (1:15, ctvolympics.ca for qualifying; 3:30, Sportsnet for the finals). Chandra Crawford is competing a year to the day after major knee surgery.
Evening: Three major medal events take place. The men's 1,000-meter speedskating final (7 p.m.) will probably be on the full CTV network. You might have to flip to NBC to see American snowboarding savant Shaun White try to repeat in the men's halfpipe, which takes place just after 10 ET. The women's 500-meter short-track speedskating final (Kalyna Roberge and Jessica Gregg are in the mix for Canada) is around the same time. Also of note in short track is the semifinals for men's 5,000 relay. There's always a controversy in short-track relay.
The Canada-Sweden women's hockey game will be streamed (5:30, ctvolympics.ca) and then tape-delayed, with CTV possibly doing some look-ins. Given how many medals are up for grabs, it's a reasonable call. The Germany-Sweden men's game is also online-only.