The men's hockey gold medal game between Canada and Sweden as well as the closing ceremony of Winter Olympics 2014 take center stage on the final day in Sochi. The hockey game will start at 7 am ET Sunday, February 23, followed by the closing ceremony that will take place at 11 a.m. ET.
During the closing ceremony, the athletes take part in a parade and there will be performance of the national anthem and the Greek national anthem.
Host Russia tops the medal tables with 11 gold, 10 silver and 8 bronze. USA has 9 gold, 7 silver and 11 bronze. Check out the final medal count table Here.
Like the opening ceremony, NBC will not broadcast the event live on TV but will broadcast the tape delayed ceremony at 8:30 p.m.ET. But Viewers can watch the closing ceremony live stream on NBCOlympics.com starting at 11:30 am ET.
In Canada, the closing ceremony will be broadcast live on CBC TV and the online live streaming will be available Here.
Four-time Olympian Julie Chu has been selected to carry the U.S. flag at the closing ceremony on Sunday. The U.S. Olympic Committee made the announcement Friday, a day after Chu earned a silver medal with the U.S. women's hockey team.
Chu is the first Asian-American to play on the women's hockey team, and the most veteran member of the U.S. team. She has earned one bronze medal (2006) and three silver medals (2002, 2010 and 2014).
"I'm completely humbled and kind of in shock. I never imagined that this would happen, especially knowing how strong the U.S. delegation is," she said, according to TeamUSA.org. "Our team has so many inspiring athletes who I've gotten a chance to root for. This is special and I don't take it lightly."
As Sochi's Olympics coming to an end, the attention towards Pyeongchang, South Korea, will only grow. The city hosts the 2018 Winter Olympics, and the official handover will take place during the closing ceremony. There will be a performance by artists from Korea after the flag handover ceremony.