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Olympic Men's Hockey: An Exciting Sunday For Hockey Fans Everywhere

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First of all, I'd like apologize for the lack of posts lately. We've been using the Olympic break ourselves to recharge and take some time away from the non-stop writing and blogging, as we gear up for a hopeful playoff run. This next week will be significantly busier, however, as we start looking ahead to the trade deadline and breaking down who might stay and might go.

We'll also have news on our meetup and watching party on March 23rd, which is going to be held at Frankie's in Lewisville.

As for today, I'll be hard at work covering Olympic hockey today for SBNation.com. In case you hadn't heard, there are three HUGE games today in Men's hockey starting at 2:00 p.m. CST.

2:00 p.m.-4:30 p.m. - Czech Republic vs. Russia - A resurgent Jaromir Jagr leads his medal hopeful team against Alex Ovechkin and the Russians. Should be an epic battle.

6:40 p.m.- 9:00 p.m. - USA vs. Canada - Can the young American team pull of the gigantic upset against Canada? The good news is that a loss isn't completely devastating, as they are already a point ahead of Canada thanks to their two regulation wins.

11:00 p.m.-1:30 a.m. - Finland vs. Sweden - Jere Lehtinen takes on Loui Eriksson as Sweden and Finland fight for the top spot in Group C. Both teams have two wins, and Finland has allowed just one goal total in two games.

We'll have links to our SB Nation game threads here shortly.