Olympic men’s hockey semifinals: When and where to watch

Sweden will play Finland and Canada will play the United States in Friday’s Olympic semifinal matches. When and where can you watch the games on television? We’ve got you covered.

We’re down to the final four in the men’s Olympic hockey tournament, with two Scandinavian nations facing off in one semifinal and two North American nations in the other.

The games will take place Friday morning, from a North American perspective. Also from a North American perspective, here’s where, and when, you can watch the games on television.

At 7:00 am Eastern, the top-ranked Swedes take on the pesky (or not so pesky) Finns. The winner will play for gold Sunday at 7:00 am, while the loser will go for bronze on Saturday at 10:00 am.

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At 12:00 p.m. Eastern, it will be a rematch of the 2010 gold medal game, as Canada takes on the United States. The USA is coming off a convincing win against the Czech Republic, while the Canadians barely managed to scrape past Latvia.

Both games can be found on NBCSN and CBC.

If you can’t get to a TV or computer and radio is what you’re after, you can catch both semifinals on TSN Radio.