An average of 3.5 million viewers watched When Marianne St-Gelais won silver in the Short Track Speed Skating Ladies’ 500m final on Wednesday.

Scheduled television events for Friday February 19th (day 8) include: Men’s Super-G , Mens Curling with Canada vs. Denmark, Mens and Womens Skeleton where Hollingsworth, Montgomery and Pain Dive in Head First For Gold

The following is Day 8 schedule of evnts from the Olympic Broadcast Media Consortium subject to change.

Daytime Programming

Alpine Skiing: Men’s Super-G – The ‘Canadian Cowboys’ head back to the hill to lasso a gold medal, as Manuel Osborne-Paradis, Erik Guay, Robbie Dixon and Jan Hudec take to the slopes (CTV, TSN, V, CTVOlympics.ca, RDSolympiques.ca)

Curling: Men’s – With a perfect 3-0 record at the Games, Kevin Martin skips Team Canada against Denmark (TSN, RDS, APTN, CTVOlympics.ca, RDSolympiques.ca)

Primetime Programming

Skeleton: Men’s and Women’s – Mellisa Hollingsworth, Jon Montgomery and Jeff Pain take their final runs as they race for a spot on the podium (CTV, OLN, APTN, V, RIS Info Sports, ATN – Tamil, CTVOlympics.ca, RDSolympiques.ca)

Figure Skating: Ice Dance – 2009 World bronze medallists Tessa Virtue and Scott Moir perform their compulsory dance as Canada’s darling duo look to become the youngest Ice Dance gold medallists in the history of the Olympic Games (CTV, TSN, RDS, ATN – Punjabi, CTVOlympics.ca, RDSolympiques.ca)

Curling: Women’s – Cheryl Bernard leads Team Canada against Denmark in its fourth curling match of the Games (Rogers Sportsnet, RDS, OMNI – Mandarin, CTVOlympics.ca, RDSolympiques.ca)