The sights from Flyers' NHL Outdoors at Lake Tahoe game


A look at all the sights from the Flyers' 7-3 loss to the Bruins in the NHL Outdoors at Lake Tahoe game Sunday night. By Jordan Hall

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Yeah, it was pretty awesome looking. One for the photo albums.

The undermanned Flyers did not enjoy a memorable result with a 7-3 loss to the Bruins.


The Flyers got a chance to see the ice and surroundings in the morning before the game.

Carter Hart showed his love for the Birds.


The Flyers snapped some team photos in the morning.

The NHL Outdoors at Lake Tahoe game marked the Flyers' fifth outdoor game in team history.


Suffice it to say the Flyers will be framing this team picture.

The background worked out well.


You didn't think Gritty was going to stay home, did you?


James van Riemsdyk played in the seventh outdoor game of his NHL career.

No NHL team has played more than six.


Here was the Flyers' locker room not far off the ice.


In the 60th game of his NHL career, Nicolas Aube-Kubel played in the first outdoor game of his NHL career.


With concerns over the ice surface because of extreme sun, the NHL changed the start time of the game twice before Sunday. The puck was dropped at 4:59 PT with a beautiful but glaring sunset.


The Flyers played 11 forwards and seven defensemen, but with a small twist.

Defenseman Mark Friedman entered the lineup and played right winger on the club's fourth line. He also played some defense.


"In the second and the third, I think the environment, the playing field was better for both teams," Sean Couturier said. "They were better than us; we’ve got to give them credit."


Some fans found interesting ways to enjoy the action at Lake Tahoe.


The Flyers dropped to 1-3-1 all-time in outdoor games.


The scenery was picturesque but the Flyers struggled mightily as the night wore on.

In the second and third periods, the Bruins outscored the Flyers 5-1 and outshot them 27-8.

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