Winter Olympics 2018: What to watch Thursday, Feb. 15, in Pyeongchang

Key events to watch on Feb. 15 featuring Team USA will be snowboarding, figure skating and men's hockey.

Key events for the U.S. during Thursday's coverage of the 2018 Pyeongchang Olympics include snowboarding and figure skating, both of which feature some of Team USA's top athletes.

One figure skater to keep a close eye on is Nathan Chen. There was a ton of hype around him heading into the Olympics, and it only makes sense after his record-setting year. Just over a month ago, he created a piece of history becoming the first male figure skater to land five quadruple jumps in one performance.

He's already a two-time national champion and will make his Olympic debut in Pyeongchang.

The events will be broadcast on NBC and NBCSN (all times Eastern). They also can be streamed live on fuboTV (7-day free trial).


Thursday, Feb. 15

Men's snowboarding: The U.S. has a field with a lot of depth in the men’s snowboard cross, but Team USA will have to look out for France's Pierre Vaultier, who won Olympic gold in 2014 (Live starting at 12:05 a.m., NBC).

Cross-country skiing: The U.S. hasn't won an Olympic medal in cross-country skiing, but there's a chance Jessie Diggins could make history for the U.S. in the women’s 10km freestyle event (5:00 a.m., NBCSN).

Speedskating: The men will compete in the 10,000m (9:30 a.m., NBCSN / 3:00 p.m., NBC).

Luge: The team relay will certainly be one to watch as Team USA finished in second-place at last year's World Championships (9:30 a.m., NBCSN).

Biathlon: In the men’s 20km individual, Lowell Bailey could be a huge contender to give the U.S. hardware in this sport for the first time (12:00 p.m., NBCSN / 1:05 a.m. NBC).

Skeleton: The men will take final runs with 2014 bronze medalist Matt Antoine and John Daly leading Team USA (Live starting at 8:00 p.m., NBC).

Women's snowboarding: Lindsey Jacobellis is looking to rebound in the snowboard cross after falling short of gold in the 2006 Games (Live starting at 8:00 p.m., NBC).

Figure skating: Gold medal contender Nathan Chen will compete in the men's figure skating short program, and he's only 18 years old (Live starting at 8 p.m., NBCSN and NBC).

Alpine skiing: Mikaela Shiffrin will make another run at gold in the women's slalom, her best event (Live starting at 8:00 p.m., NBC).

Men’s hockey: Team USA, who hasn't won gold since the 1980 "Miracle on Ice" team, will face Slovakia in Group B action (Live starting at 10:00 p.m., CNBC).