The NHL is planning to have a set of outdoor games in Lake Tahoe in February.
The Vegas Golden Knights, Colorado Avalanche, Boston Bruins and Philadelphia Flyers will each mess around in a two-day occasion facilitated by Edgewood Tahoe Resort, group sources affirmed to ESPN on Friday.
Sportsnet was the first to report about the event.
Fans won’t be permitted in participation. All things considered, the association is trusting the arrangement will fill in as a transmission exhibition – and draw in fans during a generally bizarre season. The NHL dropped the Winter Classic (Minneapolis), outside game (Raleigh, North Carolina) and All-Star Weekend (Sunrise, Florida) this year to oblige a consolidated 56-game season with brief divisional realignment.
The Avalanche are booked to play the Golden Knights on Feb. 20 and the Bruins are booked against the Flyers on Feb. 21. The two challenges will be broadly broadcast on NBC.
The NHL needed to make a signature event for the 2020-21 season and did exploratory outings to Lake Louise, Alberta, and Park City, Utah, before it chose Lake Tahoe as the destination.
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