Team USA, Canada to meet in Women's Hockey gold medal match

Norway is back atop the medal standings after winning two golds for the second day in a row - the fourth time it's won two golds in a day during the Sochi Games.

Norway's two golds made it the biggest medal mover of the day for Wednesday, with the United States and Russia winning three medals each. Norway's golds came in cross-country skiing and the mixed relay biathlon.

Norway moved ahead of Germany in the overall medal standings with the performance, with 20 medals total. Germany won no medals Wednesday.

The United States took a lead on the Netherlands and Russia for most total medals with 23. There are more Americans in the Olympics than from any other country.

Canada ended a weeklong gold medal drought with first place in the women's bobsled.

Click here for some of the best pictures from day 12 of the Winter Olympics.

Eight medal events are scheduled for Thursday, including bronze and gold medal games in women's hockey where Team USA will face off with Canada. Coverage on WECT begins at noon on Thursday.

Day 13 of the Games is on tap Thursday night – WECT News at 11 will still air at its normal time LIVE online here: and on mobile: We'll have an additional LIVE broadcast on WECT after day 13 has wrapped up at 11:30 p.m.

If you can't wait until WECT's primetime coverage, click here for live streaming video of the Sochi Winter Olympics as it happens.

Thursday's Television Lineup:

12p-3p - 2014 Sochi Winter Olympics on WECT (The women's Hockey final features perennial powers Canada and the United States. Team USA out-shot Sweden 70-9 in a 6-1 semifinal thrashing. Their lone loss came in group play to the Canadians, who are undefeated in Sochi and winners of the previous three gold medals. Note: NBC network coverage is LIVE in all time zones.)

7p – Wheel of Fortune

7:30p – Jeopardy

8p - 2014 Sochi Winter Olympics (Yuna Kim looks to repeat her Vancouver perfection in the ladies' free skate. In women's halfpipe Freestyle Skiing, the U.S. has a deep team of contenders, led by 19-year-old Maddie Bowman and 20-year-old Devin Logan. And 2013 world ski cross bronze medalist John Teller, an auto mechanic from California, could earn a podium spot.)

11p – WECT News DIGITAL Edition (online and mobile)

11:30p – WECT News Special Edition

Keep an eye on the WECT Olympic Zone for complete coverage of the Games. On mobile? Download the free WECT News App and look for the 2014 Sochi Olympics section featured under the "more" tab.