Men’s hockey semi-final
Canada is going for gold after beating the U.S. 1-0 in a game that lived up to all the hope and hype. Team Canada plays Sweden on Sunday for all the marbles.
Gold and silver in women’s ski cross
Marielle Thompson took gold, Kelsey Serwa silver in a clear victory on the ski cross course.
Teammate Georgia Simmerling fell in her quarter-final and failed to advance.
Gold in men’s curling
Canada defeated Great Britain with a decisive 9-3 victory.
Canada arrived in Sochi as the favourites after winning gold in 2010 and 2006. They have never finished worse than silver since the sport returned to the Olympics in 1998.
Sweden took bronze with a 6-4 win over China.
Bronze in short-track speed skating
Women’s 1000m: Valerie Maltais falls in the semi-final and won’t have a shot at a medal; Marie-Eve Drolet is out after quarter-final.
Men’s 5000m relay: Canada, the defending champions, did not qualify after falling in the semi-finals.
Alpine Skiing, Women’s Slalom
Quebec’s Marie-Michele Gagnon finished out of the medals. She has been battling a shoulder problem since falling in the Super Combined last week.