Citizens Bank Park: New York Rangers at Philadelphia Flyers, 2012
The home of the Philadelphia Phillies provided 46,967 fans to take in a hockey game. The New York Rangers took on the hometown Flyers in a (relatively) warm Philadelphia sky. The game had to be delayed for two hours until the temperature finally dipped to 45°F. The Rangers won the game 3-2 off of a third period Brad Richards goal.
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Ralph Wilson Stadium: Pittsburgh Penguins at Buffalo Sabres, 2008
The first ever Winter Classic provided fans with a snowy experience. The event was taken in live by 76,217 people, a then-record. The snow may have made the game itself a bit more difficult, but it provided a lot of entertainment. Sidney Crosby won it for his Penguins with a shootout goal.
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Heinz Field: Washington Capitals at Pittsburgh Penguins, 2011
It was rain, not snow, that delayed the Winter Classic held in Pittsburgh. The delay pitted the two rivals together at night. What made up for it? Franco Harris and Jerome Bettis held the ceremonial puck drop. Washington's Eric Fehr iced the Penguins with the final two goals, giving his Capitals a 3-1 win.
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Nationals Park: Chicago Blackhawks at Washington Capitals, 2015
Nationals Park provided fans with a newer stadium. Opened in 2008, Nationals Park seated 46,832 hockey fans. The stadium featured a miniature Capitol building, and the players skated to the rink on a miniature reflecting pool. Troy Brouwer smacked the final goal with only 13 seconds remaining in the game to give the Capitals their second ever Winter Classic win.
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Fenway Park: Philadelphia Flyers at Boston Bruins, 2010
Fenway Park is one of the most iconic parks in America. It provided the 2010 Winter Classic to have a, well, classic feel. It also featured a good game, the lone Winter Classic settled with an overtime goal. Boston's Marco Sturm put one past Philadelphia's Michael Leighton
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Wrigley Field: Detroit Red Wings at Chicago Blackhawks, 2009
Similarily to the 2010 Winter Classic, the iconic Wrigley Field provided hockey fans with a classic, historical feel, accompanied with a Chicago skyline. The game itself was a high scoring affair, with the Detroit Red Wings walking away with a 6-4 win.
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Michigan Stadium: Toronto Maple Leafs at Detroit Red Wings, 2014
105,491 people filled America's largest stadium to watch the Toronto Maple Leafs take on the Detroit Red Wings. That's the second largest crowd to ever attend a hockey game. Toronto's Tyler Bozak snuck a puck past Detroit's Jimmy Howard to earn the win in a shootout.