Earlier this year the WHL’s Regina Pats were forced to move scheduled outdoor games at Mosaic Stadium indoors because of poor ticket sales and weather. The NHL was planning to send staff members to the contests, as the league is searching for Canadian venues to hold outdoor games, according to Sportsnet insider Elliotte Friedman. He noted during Saturday night’s Headlines segment on Hockey Night in Canada that there’s still hope Regina could land an outdoor game. “I do think Regina is one of the places the NHL is considering for a future outdoor game in Canada,” Friedman said. Mosaic Stadium is home to the CFL’s Saskatchewan Roughriders and it open in 2016.
Regina considered by NHL for possible outdoor game
Sportsnet | Mar 4