Given how absolutely astonishing the NHL's setup looked paired with the beautiful scenery at Lake Tahoe in Nevada, the league definitely had the right idea when they decided to host a pair of outdoor games at the unique location.

Even though the execution was a little off, and the ice was in rough condition due to the sun, the NHL still found a way to make it work, by pausing play in the afternoon during the Vegas Golden Knights and Colorado Avalanche game, and finishing up at 9pm MT, when the ice conditions were much better.

With the second game at the majestic location now set to take place at 7:30 ET, moving away from the original afternoon start, Ottawa Senators owner Eugene Melnyk took it upon himself to suggest that if the NHL would like to repeat such an event, the league should do so at one of Canada's many beautiful natural settings.