On Saturday afternoon, hockey fans from around the country tuned in to see an incredible spectacle.
The Colorado Avalanche and Las Vegas Golden Knights took the ice for an outdoor contest. Each and every season, the NHL puts on the Winter Classic – generally in front of over 50,000 fans.
Unfortunately, that couldn’t happen this year, but the league gave fans a very nice consolation prize. The NHL set up an outdoor ice rink on the 18th fairway of a golf course in Lake Tahoe – on the California-Nevada border.
It provided an incredible view for fans who could see Lake Tahoe and the surrounding Sierra Nevada mountain range.
Check it out.
Colorado and Las Vegas made it through the first period of play, with the Avalanche taking a 1-0 lead. Unfortunately, the weather forecast called for cloudy conditions, which would