A history of Flyers' outdoor games


Take a look back at the Flyers' past outdoor games. By Shamus Clancy

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The Flyers will put their #AnytimeAnywhere mantra to the test tonight, taking on the Bruins at Lake Tahoe as part of the NHL's outdoor games series.

Skating under the open sky is nothing new for the Flyers, as this match will be the franchise's fifth outdoor game. With a 1-2-1 record all-time, here's a look at the team's past fresh air experiences.


Squaring off in the Winter Classic on New Year's Day 2010, the Flyers took on the Bruins at the iconic Fenway Park.

With the Green Monster looming over them, the Flyers fell in overtime, 2-1, after a game-winning goal from Boston's Marco Strum.

Attendance: 38,112.


Citizens Bank Park was no stranger to big-time events when the Flyers hosted the Winter Classic for the first time in 2012, as the Phillies were just coming off five straight postseason appearances.

After getting out to a 2-0 lead behind goals from Brayden Schenn and Claude Giroux in the second period, the Flyers unraveled on the way to a 3-2 loss.

Attendance: 46,967.


With the Flyers traveling across the state for the NHL's Stadium Series, the Penguins got the best of them in the first outdoor game between the two rivals.

Pittsburgh got off to a 2-0 lead that it would never relinquish in the 4-2 Flyers loss.

Attendance: 67,318.


In the Flyers' second Stadium Series game against the Pens, they finally grabbed an outdoor W.

Claude Giroux's overtime goal and legendary celly in the 4-3 win stands as a classic moment in the Pittsburgh-Philly rivalry.

Attendance: 69,620.

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