Team Canada, your three-time defending Olympic women’s hockey champions, return to the ice this morning to battle Finland.
You can watch the game LIVE on MSNBC, or if you’re gonna be away from a TV, catch it over on NBCOlympics.com at 10 a.m. ET.
The Canadians will look to keep rolling along after they blanked Switzerland, 5-0, in their opening contest.
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Now, they’ll have to deal with Finland goalie Noora Raty, who stopped an impressive 40 shots in a 3-1 loss to the Americans last weekend.
Again, tune into MSNBC or if you can’t, CLICK HERE TO WATCH at 10 a.m. ET.
PYEONGCHANG, South Korea — The 2018 Winter Olympics shivered Sunday to a close, surely defined by cold and wind but destined — just as in Seoul 30 years before — to mark a key chapter in history on the Korean peninsula.
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These Games are likely to be recalled as an inflection point in Olympic history, too. After logistical dramas and more at Rio 2016 and Sochi 2014, the Olympic scene needed a Games at which the venues were built, the buses ran on time, security was subtle, the volunteers were super-friendly — organizationally, everything more or less just worked — and the spotlight shone on the athletes and their stories of inspiration.
That’s what PyeongChang delivered.
A low-key Games on a far more human scale.
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The 2018 Winter Games are over, but that doesn’t mean we’ll forget all the amazing heights reached by American athletes. Take a look back at a few of them here with an added twist, powered by Giphy: