The final week of Olympic competition gets underway with a big event in the Ice Palace: U.S. figure skaters Meryl Davis and Charlie White will go for the first American ice dancing gold, which they're well on their way to winning.
Meanwhile, the U.S. women's ice hockey team kicks off the semi-final round with a game against Sweden.
Also look out for medal events in bobsled and aerial skiing. Other medal events in biathlon and snowboard cross, meanwhile, were postponed amid heavy fog.
Here are the viewing details on the day's events:
7:30 a.m. ET: The U.S. women's hockey team returns to the ice for a semi-final match-up against the only Olympic team besides Canada to have ever beaten them: Sweden. The winner of the game plays the winner of the Canada-Switzerland noon match-up. Watch the U.S. game here and Canada's here.
9:30 a.m. ET: Bobsled continues Monday with the final two heats of the competition. American Steven Holcomb is within reach of the medal podium with partner Steven Langton. If they manage to make the top three, they will be the first Americans to win a medal in the two-man bobsled competition since 1952. Watch live here.
10 a.m. ET: Can Meryl Davis and Charlie White pull it off? The American ice dancing pair, who have won gold in a string of national and international competitions, have not yet notched a Winter Games gold. They head into the final night of competition Monday in the top position and just need another impressive program to finish the job. Watch them here.
12 p.m. ET: Men's aerial skiers compete in the final round of the event with China and Belarus entering as heavy favorites. The qualifying round kicks off at 8:45 a.m. here, while the finals get underway at noon. Tune in here.
(And don't forget the Canada-Switzerland women's hockey match-up here.)
12:15 a.m. ET: With individual ski jumping medals handed out, it's time for the team competition. This begins with a men's round Austria is favored to win. Tune in here.
8 pm. ET/PT: NBC replays aerial skiing, ice dancing and bobsled finals.