OLYMPIC RECAP | ShibSibs win bronze; USA men's hockey dominates

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It was a good night for Team USA at the Winter Olympics, with two bronze medal winners and a dominating performance on the ice.

It all started with Brita Sigourney, who threw down an great last run to take bronze in women's halfpipe skiing.

The incredible "ShibSibs" were up next, and Maia and Alex Shibutani delivered with a wonderful free skate to place third in ice dancing.

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Finally, the United States men's hockey team played its best game of the Olympics so far, smashing Slovakia to advance to tomorrow night's quarterfinals.

What follows is a comprehensive live blog of the evening's events. You can also join the conversation on Twitter using the hashtag #3Olympics.

12:23 a.m. - USA men's hockey moves on with blowout of Slovakia

The United States men's hockey team has kept its medal hopes alive for at least one more day, dominating Slovakia 5-1 in their qualification playoff matchup.

The Americans will take on the Czech Republic tomorrow night in the quarterfinals.

11:48 p.m. - USA men's hockey up after two

The United States men's hockey team has dominated most of its qualifying matchup, leading Slovakia 3-1 with one period left.

The winner will face the Czech Republic in the quarterfinals.

WATCH LIVE: Men's hockey qualification playoff #1

11:21 p.m. - Legendary Canadian pair wins ice dancing gold

In their final Olympics, the Canadian duo of Tessa Virtue and Scott Moir took home the gold medal in ice dancing. The pair are the most decorated figure skaters in Olympic history, with five medals (including three gold).

Virtue and Moir edged out Gabriella Papadakis and Guillaume Cizeron by less than a point. The French team recovered from last night's wardrobe malfunction to win silver with the highest free dance score ever: 123.35.

Maia ans Alex Shibutani earned the bronze, the first non-team figure skating medal for the United States at these games. Madison Hubbell and Zachary Donohue finished just off the podium in fourth.

11:13 p.m. - Ohio native likely out of medal contention

Despite currently being in third place, Madison Hubbell—who still has family living in Sylvania, Ohio—will likely not medal in ice dancing after her partner Zachary Donohue stumbled multiple times during their free dance. The ShibSibs have clinched at least the bronze.

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10:55 p.m. - ShibSibs skate to first

The incredible sibling duo of Maia and Alex Shibutani just delivered an incredible free dance, putting them in first place for the moment with an overall score of 192.59.

WATCH LIVE: Figure skating: Ice dance free dance

10:23 p.m. - Fall foils Chock, Bates free dance

What was looking like one of the best figure skating free dance performances of the night hit an unfortunate snag, as Americans Madison Chock and Evan Bates fell down on the ice midway through their performance.

While the slip up likely cost the pair a chance at a medal, they still earned a solid score of 100.13.

WATCH LIVE: Figure skating: Ice dance free dance

9:50 p.m. - American wins bronze in women's halfpipe

American skier Brita Sigourney delivered an impressive final run to claim the bronze medal in women's halfpipe.

Cassie Sharpe, of Canada, won gold with a score of 95.80, while defending winner Maddie Bowman of the United States finished 11th after wiping out on all three of her runs.

8:46 p.m. - Interesting skiing competitor

The finals of women's halfpipe are going on right now, but the biggest story from the event may have come from a competitor who didn't even make the finals.

American Elizabeth Swaney is, to be frank, not a very good skier. Yet her consistency in showing up to World Cup events and her Hungarian ancestry allowed her to make it to the Olympics.

WATCH LIVE: Women's freeski halfpipe final

8:25 p.m. - Tie for gold in two-man bobsled

For the first time since 1998, we have a tie for the gold medal in two-man Olympic bobsled, as the Canadian duo of Justin Kripps and Alexander Kopacz matched German pair Francesco Friedrich's and Thorsten Margis' time of 3:18.86.