Olympic medals will be earned Monday in monobob, ice dancing, men’s team ski jumping and women’s freeski aerials. But of all the events on the schedule, the semifinals of women’s ice hockey is an absolute can’t-miss.
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Canada and the United States have faced off for the gold medal in five of the six Olympics since women’s ice hockey was added to the Olympic program, beginning in 1998. They are each one game away from yet another gold-medal matchup and heavy favorites in their respective semifinal games. The two countries are the two best in the world and have played like it throughout this tournament, outscoring their opposition by a combined margin of 68-12. Canada will face Switzerland at 11:10 p.m. ET on Sunday. The USA will play Finland at 8:10 a.m. ET Monday.