They could play hot in temps up to 80 F. I think the Sharks v. Blues would be interesting, but instead of in the beautiful AT&T Park it be at Busch Stadium.
8 Answers · Sports · 07/01/2010
doesnt matter both are in warm weather citys where the nhl belongs.
5 Answers · Sports · 17/12/2009
Does San Jose count as warm weather ? If not, I'll go with TB, since they're the only one that's actually got a Cup. EDIT: Oops, I forgot about Dallas.
10 Answers · Sports · 10/03/2010
...t think that the NHL wants to risk having a game in a warm weather city like San Jose , Los Angeles, Tampa Bay, etc... Third, the...
22 Answers · Sports · 07/07/2011
... happened a few times in NHL history, usually due to weather forcing cancellation of a previous game. As the previous poster stated, San Jose and Colorado played a rescheduled game on March...
5 Answers · Sports · 16/12/2008
So Cal or California in general, it's amazing to me that the Kings have survived as long as they have, and then to have the Sharks and most namely the Ducks sell out most of their games and the Ducks win a cup...
12 Answers · Sports · 28/06/2008
...ice conditions vary based on the weather in a given region. Warm, humid air... the construction of the rink itself. San Jose 's half-boards are actually slightly...
8 Answers · Sports · 06/05/2009