The NHL has released a rendering of what Nats Park will look like on New Year’s Day. It looks like an awesome experience to be a part of, though I do have some beef with the added precipitation. Last week, Amelia Segal told us the last time it snowed in DC was 1989, so the artist might be overly optimistic.
Nonetheless, here’s what Nats Park looks like today. That rink is quickly coming up. We’re getting there, you guys.
View from section 115 of the ice rink at Nationals Park for the Winter Classic New Years Day pic.twitter.com/SJjUhOCg7o
— jonwarner (@jonwarnerWTOP) December 22, 2014
One week into Winter Classic rink building. A half-inch of ice has been made. pic.twitter.com/TZGOrgDCZg
— Adam Vingan (@AdamVingan) December 22, 2014
For those curious, the glass isn't foggy, but the protective sheeting. pic.twitter.com/Htjzimb6OK
— Ted Starkey (@TedStarkey) December 22, 2014
— RMNB (@russianmachine) December 22, 2014
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