Olympics: What to watch today

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The Olympics: So many sports, so little time. Need help deciding which events to watch? We’re here to help. Each day, we’ll give you our three picks for the most watch-worthy events. Here’s what we recommend for Friday, February 14:

MEN’S FIGURE SKATING, FINAL
10 a.m. NBCSN
Canada’s three-time world champ Patrick Chan is the favorite, but expect more than a few hearts to be lost this Valentine’s Day to ponytailed American Jason Brown. (Also airing in prime time on NBC) –Clark Collis

MEN’S HOCKEY NORWAY V. FINLAND
12 p.m. MSNBC
Take a break from watching the men’s figure skating finals to catch some of this game. (Or take a break from the hockey to watch the figure skating finals, either way.) Norway is defensively great, Finland is offensively great. This game will show us which -fensive matters more.

WOMEN’S BIATHLON 15 KM INDIVIDUAL GOLD MEDAL FINAL
3 p.m. NBC
Can you imagine skiing for nine miles? Can you imagine skiing for nine miles while also target shooting? Me neither. But that’s what the ladies are doing in this event, so if anything, tune in to give them the moral support. They could use it. (Or not. I mean, they are Olympians.)

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