After Lake Tahoe, here are 10 places the NHL should try to play outdoor games E! News UK

For one day, the NHL experience in Lake Tahoe yielded mixed results.

Did it look great on TV? Yes, for the only time he was before the bad ice conditions – the sun turning the surface into slush – caused an eight-hour delay that pushed the game past midnight on the East Coast.

Either way, the setting is undeniably cool. Events like this could find their way into the annual calendar, said NHL content director Steve Mayer, although more consideration needs to be given to the weather.

Here are a few places the NHL should consider hosting future outdoor competitions.

Lake Louise, Alberta, Canada

Originally desired destination for the matches this weekend, the restrictions made it impossible to play there. Hopefully, these hurdles can be overcome during non-pandemic times to deliver a stunning presentation.

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