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After Lake Tahoe, here are 10 places NHL should try to play outdoor games

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Through one day, the NHL’s Lake Tahoe experiment saw mixed results. 

Did it look great on TV? Yes, for the one period it was on before poor ice conditions — the sun turning the surface to slush — caused an eight-hour delay that pushed the game past midnight on the East Coast. 

Regardless, the setting is undeniably cool. Events like this could find their way into the annual calendar, NHL chief content officer Steve Mayer said, although some more consideration toward the weather will have to be taken into account.   

Here are some places the NHL should consider holding future outdoor contests. 

Lake Louise, Alberta, Canada

The originally desired destination for this weekend’s games, restrictions made playing there impossible. Hopefully those hurdles can be cleared during non-pandemic times to deliver a stunning presentation. 



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