Olympic hockey schedule for Monday, Feb. 12
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Group B is back in action early on Monday morning. Women’s hockey gets back in action at the 2018 Winter Olympics on Monday, where Group B takes center stage. For all you early risers or night owls out there after a long weekend, this tournament is for you.

Both Group B matchups on Monday will be live streamed by NBC, but you can also catch the games on NBCSN as well.

Switzerland and Japan kick off Monday’s women’s hockey action at 2:40 a.m. ET for the group’s second round robin match of the...


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