Today's TV schedule

Winter Olympics Salt Lake City 2002

February 24, 2002

NBC 2:30-6 p.m. Men's hockey

8-11 p.m. Cross-country skiing, closing ceremony

MSNBC 9-11 a.m. Olympic review

What to watch: The men's hockey final between the United States and Canada helps bring a close to the 2002 Winter Games. Team USA has never lost on home ice in the Olympics, winning gold medals in 1960 and 1980. Canada is seeking its first gold in men's hockey since 1952. The matchup is "perfect," said U.S. defenseman Brian Leetch. "It's what everybody was hoping for." ... The women close out the nordic competition with their most demanding event. In a change from Nagano, the 30-kilometer biathlon event will be skied in classical technique. ... Tonight's closing ceremony at Rice-Eccles Stadium will feature fireworks, parades, speeches and music. Performers include 'N Sync, KISS, Christina Aguilera, Gloria Estefan and Harry Connick Jr.

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