In women's hockey, Marie-Philip Poulin scores to make it 4-0 for Canda.
Now 4-0 Canada. Schelling has stopped 38 of 42 shots ... and the Swiss coach says: NOW it's time for a timeout. Like, he draws the line at 4-0 and 42-7 on the shot clock.
That'd make it 5-0 for Canada pending video review...
Yep, 5-0. Rebecca Johnston pots it.
In women's hockey, Canada makes it 5-0 as Rebecca Johnston scores with three minutes left in the second.
Let's move on to the ladies' moguls.
And that'd be it for the 2nd period. It's 5-0 Canada. Shots 48-8 for the women in black.
Christopher Mazdzer (USA) is currently in fourth place with a 52.744 run.
Russia's Albert Demchenko runs a 52.170, a fantastic run for the home favorite.
Schelling is something to watch. Just stopped a tic-tac-toe 3-on-1 while her team bumbled around in front of her. ... And then just stopped another one that should have gone in. 49 saves and counting...
Men's biathlon: Lowell Bailey (USA) is set to start soon. Russia's Evgeny Ustyugov is in the lead.
At shooting 2, Nathan Smith (CAN) has the lead so far.
Germany's Felix Loch falls just behind Albert Demchenko (0.015 seconds behind). He's in second place, ahead of Armin Zoeggeler.
Two more great saves from Flo-Schell ... That's 54. And now 55. Shots 60-10.
Over at women's hockey, Switzerland's doing a great job keeping Canada at 5-0. Team Canada is approaching 60 shots on goal.
Lowell Bailey has incurred a penalty in the biathlon at the 26th spot. Tim Burke, at 43, is set to begin soon.
Over at team ice dancing, three teams have gone. Japan's Cathy Reed and Chris Reed lead with a 52.00 score. China's Xintong Huang and Xun Zheng are in third with 47.88.