Sochi Olympics: What to watch on Saturday

Team USA looks to bounce back from a loss to Canada when they take on Finland for bronze on Saturday.

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A rundown of Olympic events to watch on Saturday (all times Eastern):

Men’s hockey: The US rally from a heartbreaking loss to take on Finland for the bronze medal (10 a.m.). 

Men’s alpine skiing slalom: Mikaela Shiffrin struck gold in the women’s event. Can Ted Ligety do the same in run 1 (7:45 a.m.) and run 2 (11:15 a.m.)? 

Men’s speed skating team pursuit finals: US short track has ended the Sochi speedskating medal drought. Can USA’s Shani Davis, Brian Hansen, Jonathan Kuck, and Joey Mantia make it to the podium as well (8:45 a.m.)? 

Women’s cross-country 30 km free mass start: Kikkan Randall skis for a shot at the medal stand (4:30 a.m.).

Other events of note: 

Women’s snowboarding parallel slalom qualifications (12:15 a.m.), quarterfinals (5:08 a.m.), semifinals (5:40 a.m.), and finals (6:00 a.m.). 

Men’s snowboarding parallel slalom qualifications (12:40 a.m.), round of 16 (4:15 a.m.), quarterfinals (5:28 a.m.), semifinals (5:52 a.m.), and finals (6:14 a.m.). 

Women’s speed skating team pursuit semifinals (8:30 a.m.) and finals (9:15 a.m.). 

Men’s biathlon 4 x 7.5 km relay (9:30 a.m.).

Four-man bobsled run 1 (11:30 a.m.) and run 2 (12:50 p.m.).