The Winter Olympics are underway in Sochi. NBC is dedicating hours and hours of television programming to covering the various Olympic Sports. My favorite is Olympic Hockey. As much as I love the NHL, I enjoy Olympic Hockey even more. I watch both men's and women's hockey during the Olympics. If you're wondering, like I was, when the games will be on, I've done some research for you. I've even converted the broadcast times to Central Time, for easy reference.

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According to USAHockey.com, the men's television schedule for Team USA is as follows:

Feb 13 vs. Slovakia. 6 a.m (7 ET) live, rebroadcast at 4 p.m. - NBC Sports Network
Feb 15 vs. Russia. 6 a.m (7 ET) live, rebroadcast at 4 p.m. - NBC Sports Network
Feb 16 vs. Slovenia. 6 a.m (7 ET) live, rebroadcast at 4 p.m. - NBC Sports Network
Qualification, quarterfinal and semi-final games will all be determined.
Feb 22 Bronze Medal Game. 9 a.m. live, rebroadcast at 5 p.m. - NBC Sports Network
Feb 23 Gold Medal Game. 6 a.m. live, rebroadcast at 4 p.m. - NBC Sports Network

The women have already won their first two games. The remaining women's schedule for Team USA:

Feb 13 vs. Canada. 6:30 a.m (7:30 ET) live, rebroadcast at 4 p.m. - NBC Sports Network
Qualification, quarterfinal and semi-final games will all be determined.
Feb 20 Bronze Medal Game. 6 a.m. (7ET) live, rebroadcast at 2 p.m. - MSNBC
Feb 20 Gold Medal Game. 11 a.m. (12 ET) live, rebroadcast at 4 p.m. - MSNBC

There are 10 players from the St. Louis Blues playing in the 2014 Olympics, and 10 players from the Chicago Blackhawks have also made the Olympic squads for their home countries.