With the Sochi Olympics officially underway, the first medals will be handed Saturday. Don't know what to watch when? Here's what you should keep an eye out for on Day 1 (all times ET).NBCOlympics.com . Saturday's tape-delayed daytime coverage (2 p.m., NBC) includes ski jumping, biathlon, speed skating and cross country skiing. Tape-delayed prime time coverage (8:00 p.m., NBC) includes snowboarding, freestyle skiing and figure skating.Snowboarding, men's slopestyle finalWhen: 3:45 a.m. (live); 8 p.m. on NBC (tape delay)This new event has the distinction of being the first medal round of the Games. Eight men qualified for the 12-man final in Thursday's heats, including Canadians Max Parrot and Sebastien Toutant. Their countryman and gold medal favorite Mark McMorris, who fractured a rib at the Winter X Games last month, did not and will have to compete in the semifinal (12:30 a.m.) for one of the last four finals spots. Jeremy Abbott fell twice. The top five nations will advance to the medal round, which kicks off with the pairs' free skate.Hockey, women's preliminary rounds — USA vs. Finland and Canada vs. Switzerland
When: 3 a.m. (USA vs. FIN) on NBC Sports (live), 8 a.m. (CAN vs. SUI) on MSNBC (live); 6 p.m. replay on NBC Sports Team USA and Canada begin their collision course for a fourth final face-off in five Olympics with opening campaigns against Finland, the 1998 and 2010 bronze medalists, and Switzerland, respectively.
- Cross-country skiing, ladies' skiathlon (5 a.m.)- Speed skating, men's 5000m (5 a.m.)- Biathlon, men's 10km sprint (9:30 a.m.)- Freestyle skiing, women's moguls (2:10 p.m.)