Olympics: What to Watch Sunday

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    Patrick Kane and the U.S. men’s hockey team are on a winning streak and hope to continue when they hit the ice again on Feb. 21 against the Olympic host team, Canada.

    It's snow joke: The Vanouver Olympics are a ski-jumping, 'board-bending, snow-packed and stellar TV viewing experience. Here's what to look for today:

    Sunday, February 21

    It's the hockey matchup we've all been waiting for.  The U.S. team, including Blackhawk Patrick Kane, faces off against Canada, which has three Blackhawks skating on its team -- including Jonathan Toews.  The puck hits the ice at 6:40 p.m. Central on MSNBC.

    And in figure skating, Chicagoan Ben Agosto and partner Tanith Belbin ice dance their hearts out in round 2 of the competition.  This is the pair's second Olympics, and they're strong medal contenders.  The competition starts at 6:15 p.m. on NBC5.

    Images: Recap of Saturday's Action

    Check out the full schedule of Olympic events at NBCOlympics.com.