Day 15 of the Winter Olympics on Saturday features the men's hockey bronze medal contest and Steve Holcomb seeking more bobsled hardware. Here's what you should watch (all times ET).NBCOlympics.com. Saturday's tape-delayed daytime coverage (2:30 p.m., NBC) will feature biathlon, cross-country and snowboarding. Tape-delayed prime-time coverage (8 p.m., NBC) includes alpine skiing, bobsled, speed skating, snowboarding and the figure skating gala.Hockey, men's bronze medal game — U.S. vs. Finland
When: 10 a.m. on NBC Sports (live); 6 p.m. (replay)The U.S., the Vancouver silver medalists, will at best have to settle for a bronze after yet another loss to Canada in the semis. Fun fact: It has only won bronze once, back in 1936. Finland has won three bronzes in its Olympic history — all since 1994, including in 2010.
When: 11:30 a.m. (live); 8 p.m. on NBC (tape delay)Steve Holcomb & Co. will commence their title defense after ending a 62-year gold-medal drought for the Americans in Vancouver. Holcomb, who ended another 62-year medal dry spell by winning bronze in the two-man with Steve Langton, teamed with BMW to build a custom speed demon sled for the Olympics. But keep an eye out for his starts: He strained his left calf in the second heat of the two-man on Sunday. Alpine skiing, men's slalom
When: 7:45 a.m. (live); 8 p.m. on NBC (tape delay)Reigning world champ and World Cup season winner Marcel Hirscher of Austria is the favorite in the final alpine skiing event. 2010 silver medalist and perpetual bridesmaid Ivica Kostelic will be hungry for gold after becoming the first person to win three straight silvers when he finished second yet again in the super combined last week. American Ted Ligety, who has never won a slalom World Cup race, will try ride the momentum from his giant slalom win and play spoiler. Bode Miller pulled out of the event after tweaking his knee in the giant slalom.