A viewing guide to what's on tap for Canada on Day 7 of the Games. Keep in mind, the country won four medals on the first Thursday of the 2006 Olympics.
The women's super combined (12:50 and 3:50, ctvolympics.ca) will get a few look-ins during "Olympic Daytime," but probably not too long a look. The star power of Lindsey Vonn is canceled out by Canada's lack of a serious medal shot.
A good Canadian will turn her/his attention to women's 1,000-meter speedskating, where Christine Nesbitt goes for gold (4, CTV). Women's halfpipe qualification begins (4:30, TSN).
Evening: It would be a busy even without a Switzerland-Canada men's hockey game (7:30 CTV/RDS) as a focal point. Take the "over" on references to the 2-0 Swiss upset four years ago.
What else? The men's free skate (8, CTV/TSN) and women's halfpipe final (9) go head-to-head with hockey. The figure skating might hop around the dial a bit. Patrick Chan is seventh going in, far from a medal. Yes, Jeffrey Buttle moved up from sixth to the bronze medal at Turin, but let's not gild the lily.