|25||Men's Individual - Normal Hill, Qualification Round||114.0 Q|
|18||Men's Individual - Normal Hill||217.4|
|18||Men's Individual - Normal Hill, Final||217.4 Q|
|12||Men's Individual - Normal Hill, Final, 1st Round||117.2 Q|
|24||Men's Individual - Normal Hill, Final, Final Round||100.2|
|35||Men's Individual - Large Hill, Qualification Round||91.1 Q|
|20||Men's Individual - Large Hill||235.4|
|20||Men's Individual - Large Hill, Final||235.4|
|20||Men's Individual - Large Hill, Final, 1st Round||121.9 Q|
|23||Men's Individual - Large Hill, Final, Final Round||113.5|
|9||Men's Team - Large Hill||377.2|
|9||Men's Team - Large Hill, Final||377.2|
|9||Men's Team - Large Hill, Final, 1st Round||377.2|
Total Medal Leaders
GER 13 CAN 11
CAN 8 GER 8
CAN 10 OAR 9
Total Medal Leaders
Fourcade 3 Krüger 2
Bolshunov 3 Nilsson 2
Johansson 2 Bescond 2
Andrew Ebbett, Chris Kelly and Derek Roy each scored in the first period as Canada held off the Czech Republic to win the Olympic bronze medal in men's hockey.
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