Monday, February 19, 2018

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  • Olympics 2018: Hockey (Men's Group A): Czech Republic vs. Switzerland

    Hockey (Men's Group A): Czech Republic vs. Switzerland

    2:40AM | NBCSN

    The Czech Republic battles Switzerland on the final day of group play in men's ice hockey. Veteran forward Martin Erat, who played 881 games in the NHL, leads the team from the Czech Republic.

  • International Horse Racing: From Hong Kong

    From Hong Kong

    3:00AM | TVG

    Thorougbred racing from Sha Tin Racecourse in Hong Kong.

  • European Tour Golf: NBO Oman Golf Classic

    NBO Oman Golf Classic

    4:00AM | GOLF

    NBO Oman Golf Classic final-round play from Al Mouj in Muscat, Oman. This is an inaugural event, played on a par-72 Greg Norman-designed course.

  • Olympics 2018: Hockey (Men's Group A): Canada vs. South Korea

    Hockey (Men's Group A): Canada vs. South Korea

    7:00AM | USA

    Group play concludes in men's ice hockey as Canada takes on South Korea. This is the first time a South Korean hockey team has been in the Olympics. Canada's hockey team has medaled 15 times in Olympic history, including nine gold medals. Canada's Chris Kelly leads his team in NHL experience with 833 games played.

  • Olympics 2018: Hockey (Men's Group C): Sweden vs. Finland, Bobsled

    Hockey (Men's Group C): Sweden vs. Finland, Bobsled

    7:00AM | NBCSN

    Sweden and Finland finish their group play in hockey and the two-man bobsled competition begins. U.S. pilot Steve Holcomb (who died in May 2017) and brakeman Steve Langton took home the bronze in the 2014 two-man competition in Sochi.

  • Fútbol: Liga MX: Toluca vs. Santos

    Toluca vs. Santos

    12:30PM | UNI

    Toluca vs. Santos en un partido de la Liga MX, la primera división del fútbol profesional de México. (En vivo)

  • College Basketball: DePaul at Seton Hall

    DePaul at Seton Hall

    1:00PM | FS1

    DePaul at Seton Hall. From Prudential Center. Kevin Willard's host Pirates try to snap a four-game losing skid in which they've allowed 91.2 ppg. Myles Powell's 21 points and Angel Delgado's 19 rebounds led the Hall past DePaul 86-70 on Jan. 28.

  • College Basketball: Ohio State at Michigan

    Ohio State at Michigan

    1:00PM | CBS

    Ohio State at Michigan. From Crisler Center. Keita Bates-Diop is the Buckeyes leading scorer (19.9 ppg) and rebounder (9.0 rpg) and leads OSU against Michigan and their outstanding defense which allows just 63.5 ppg.

  • PGA Tour Golf: Genesis Open

    Genesis Open

    1:00PM | GOLF

    Genesis Open final-round play from Riviera CC in Pacific Palisades, Cal. Dustin Johnson (17-under-par) rolled to victory last year by five shots over Scott Brown and Thomas Pieters. Tiger Woods returned to the field this week, last appearing in 2006.

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  • Women's Basketball: Purdue at Ohio State

    Purdue at Ohio State

    1:00PM | ESPN2

    Purdue at Ohio State.

  • Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series: Daytona 500

    Daytona 500

    2:30PM | FOX

    The 60th "Great American Race" from Daytona International Speedway. Danica Patrick (No. 7 car) makes her farewell start, while William Byron (5) and Darrell "Bubba" Wallace (43) head the newcomers. Kurt Busch (41) got his first-ever Daytona win last year after a last-lap pass of Kyle Larson (42).

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  • College Basketball: Drake at Missouri State

    Drake at Missouri State

    4:00PM | ESPNU

    Drake at Missouri State. From JQH Arena. First-year coach Niko Medved's Bulldogs continue a quest for their first winning record in six years, visiting Paul Lusk's Bears. Senior Reed Timmer's 24 points sparked a 61-58 Drake win in the first meeting.

  • College Basketball: Wichita State at Cincinnati

    Wichita State at Cincinnati

    4:00PM | ESPN

    Wichita State at Cincinnati. From BB&T Arena. Shockers sophomore Landry Shamet and UC junior Jacob Evans square off in the first of two meetings for these American Athletic heavyweights. The Bearcats have won 39 straight home games, tops in the nation. The teams were conference rivals from 1958-70.

  • College Basketball: Pittsburgh at Florida State

    Pittsburgh at Florida State

    6:00PM | ESPNU

    Pittsburgh at Florida State. From Donald L. Tucker Center. Leonard Hamilton bids for his 501st win with the Seminoles (11-2 at home), while Pitt tries to end an 0-14 ACC start. Junior guards and New Englanders Jared Wilson-Frame and Terance Mann star.

  • Trackside Live!

    Featuring Las Flores

    6:30PM | TVG

    Coverage from Santa Anita includes the $100,000 Las Flores Stakes, a six-furlong race for fillies and mares.

  • College Basketball: Stanford at California

    Stanford at California

    8:00PM | ESPNU

    Stanford at California. From Haas Pavilion. Reid Travis stands among the top five in the Pac-12 conference in both scoring (19 ppg) and rebounding (7.7 rpg). He leads the Cardinal against Cal and leading scorer Don Coleman (15.6 ppg).

  • The Quarters

    8:00PM | TVG

    Quarter-horse racing, analysis and features from Los Alamitos (Cal.) Race Course.

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  • NBA All-Star Game: From Los Angeles

    From Los Angeles

    8:20PM | TNT

    The 67th NBA midseason showcase in Los Angeles introduces a new format, with teams picked by captains LeBron James and Steph Curry, regardless of conference affiliation.

  • UFC Fight Night: Cerrone vs. Medeiros: From Austin, Texas

    From Austin, Texas

    9:00PM | FS1

    Donald "Cowboy" Cerrone takes on Yancy Medeiros in a welterweight (170 lbs.) main event in Austin. Also: Derrick Lewis vs. Marcin Tybura (heavyweights); James Vick vs. Francisco Trinaldo (155); and Jessica Aguilar vs. Livinha Souza (115).

  • Olympics 2018: Freestyle Skiing, Women's Hockey Semifinal (U.S. vs. Finland)

    Freestyle Skiing, Women's Hockey Semifinal (U.S. vs. Finland)

    10:10PM | NBCSN

    U.S. vs. Finland in the first women's hockey semifinal; and medals are up for grabs in freestyle skiing men's aerials. Robb Stauber's U.S. squad got past Finland 3-1 in group play. Jonathon Lillis of Rochester, N.Y., is the reigning aerials world champ.

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