92- Pairs- same as was, maybe switch silver and bronze.
Mens- Petrenko or Browning gold or silver. Order not definite, depends which jumps each tried. Browning would need the harder jumps to win. Bronze to Barna over Bowman and Eldredge assuming Barna skated clean with a quad, Bowman just with 1 triple axel, and Eldredge with 2 triple axels.
Ladies- Yamaguchi gold. Ito silver. Kerrigan or Harding bronze, not sure which.
94- Pairs- same as was or Kovarikova & Novotny winning bronze over Brasseur & Eisler.
Mens- Hmmm no idea here. Depends which jumps they did. Browning probably gold if he did 2 triple axels and a triple-triple. Petrenko silver. Bronze to Stojko if he does his quad-triple, and one of Urmanov, Boitano, or Davis or Candelero if he doesnt.
Ladies- Any of 6 women could medal if all skated cleanly or if all didnt. Sato, Jossee, Lu, Nancy, Bonaly, Oksana. My pick is if all skated cleanly Bonaly would be the only of the 6 to medal FOR SURE (not neccessarily gold though), and Lu Chen would for sure not win a medal of any color. After that which 2 of the 4 remaining Kerrigan, Sato, Josee, or Oksana would win a medal, which 2 would miss out on one, and what order the podium would have been I have no idea. ]
With the performances like they were in Lillehammer and nobody doing their best though probably any of those 6 (or 5, minus Chen) were probably capable of winning.