Uhlaender still in the lead with three riders left, including teammate Pikus-Pace.
Uhlaender knocked down to second by 0.04 seconds
Elena Nikitina from Russia now in lead.
Noelle Pikus-Pace now on track
Pikus-Pace now in lead, Uhlaender now third.
Canada comes up empty on the power play in spite of loads of zone time.
Another big crowd at Bolshoy but not all that much juice. Can't imagine what it'll be like tomorrow night for U.S. Russia.
Noelle Pikus-Pace locks up a silver, Elizabeth Yarnold wins gold. Kaite Uhlaender is unfortunately on outside looking in, with fourth-place finish. What an end to this skeleton event!
Might have been the Austrian's best chance of the period as shot glances off Marc-Edouard Vlasic and hits Luongo in the face. Then on next shift Grabner has one go off the post.
And we are through the first here and it's still 2-0 Canada. Canada out-shooting Austria 16-7.
Four of the five Canadian goals scored in the first 80 minutes of this tournament have been scored by two defensemen; Weber and Doughty with two each.
Across the street the Finns are rolling it up on Norway leading 3-0 in the first period.
Teemu Selanne has one of the goals for Finland so it's good to see him back after leaving their first game against Austria with an injury.
Interesting over in that Finland game that Kari Lehtonen got the start in goal for Finland after Tuukka Rask played and was just ordinary against Austria.
Pikus-Pace crying on the podium right now as her name is called
There was much debate at the start of the tournament about where Finland would find goals with Mikko Koivu and Valtteri Filppula out with injury but they've been prolific with 11 goals in four periods.
Okay, here we go, ready for the middle frame at Bolshoy.
Austria about to get its first PP opportunity. With Michael Grabner, three goals versus the Finns, and Thomas Vanek this is a golden chance for the Austrians to get back in this one.
Carter comes out of the penalty box, strips the puck and then scores after Sidney Crosby's shot hits the post.
Speaking of piling on now 4-0 after Austrian goaltender caught out of position and Carter with his second.
Some interesting lineup decisions facing Mike Babcock as Canada looks ahead to Sunday's finale with Finland, the only medal hopeful in their group.