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Can Team USA win a medal each day in Sochi?

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Devin Logan of Team USA wins silver in women’s ski slopestyle at Winter Olympics; photo by Streeter Lecka/Getty Images

Thanks to Devin Logan winning a silver medal in the women's ski slopestyle on Tuesday, Team USA continued its pace toward winning a medal on each day of the Sochi Olympics, something the U.S. has never done in a Winter Olympics.

In fact, it's only been achieved by one country since 1984: Germany medaled on 16 out of 16 days at the 2010 Vancouver Winter Olympics. Team USA came close, medaling on 15 out of 16 days.

The accomplishment has been done six other times, with Russia completing the feat five times (1960, 1964, 1972, 1980, and 1984) and East Germany doing it once (1980), according to OlympStats.com.

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Sage Kotsenburg and Jamie Anderson of Team USA show off gold medals won in slopestyle; photo by Scott Halleran/Getty Images

To recap, on Day 1, Sage Kotsenburg won gold in snowboard slopestyle and Hannah Kearney took bronze in freeski moguls.

On Day 2, Jamie Anderson won gold in women's snowboard slopestyle.

On Day 3, Julia Mancuso took bronze in alpine super combined in a bit of a surprise, as it was her first podium this season.

On Day 4, Logan kept the streak alive with her silver, and it's a good thing since the American men failed to podium in snowboard halfpipe, with Shaun White the highest U.S. finisher at fourth place.

So, can Team USA accomplish what's never done before?

NBC Olympic Talk reported that Feb. 22 might be the most difficult day since the "team pursuit can be fickle, and only one medal is available in men's hockey that day."

Here are Team USA's best chances going forward, brought to you by NBC Olympic Talk:

Wednesday, Feb. 12 – Kelly Clark (snowboard halfpipe), Shani Davis (speed skating, 1000m).

Thursday, Feb. 13 – Nick Goepper (ski slopestyle), Heather Richardson/Brittany Bowe (1000m).

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David Wise of Team USA is a gold-medal favorite in ski half pipe; photo by Streeter Lecka/Getty Images

Friday, Feb. 14 – Noelle Pikus-Pace (skeleton), Ted Ligety/Bode Miller (super combined).

Saturday, Feb. 15 – Shani Davis (1500m), Julia Mancuso (super-G).

Sunday, Feb. 16 – Lindsey Jacobellis (snowboard cross), Brittany Bowe (1500m).

Monday, Feb. 17 – Meryl Davis/Charlie White (ice dance), Steven Holcomb (two-man bobsled).

Tuesday, Feb. 18 – David Wise (ski halfpipe), Mikaela Shiffrin (giant slalom).

Wednesday, Feb. 19 – Ted Ligety (giant slalom), Elana Meyers (two-woman bobsled).

Thursday, Feb. 20 – Women's hockey medal games, Maddie Bowman (ski halfpipe).

Friday, Feb. 21 – Mikaela Shiffrin (slalom), men's 5000m short track relay.

Saturday, Feb. 22 – Men's, women's speed skating team pursuit, men's hockey bronze-medal game Sunday.

Feb. 23 – Four-man bobsled, men's hockey gold-medal game.

Yes, it’s a bit early, but definitely something to keep an eye on, especially since when it comes to the Olympics, anything is possible. If it does happen, it will likely be because of surprise performances and not predicted medalists.

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