Vancouver Canucks in a fog for first China practice
Sure it was hard for the players to see but, boy, the photos are great
Players could barely see each other and long passes were more perilous than normal, but the thick layer of fog sitting over the ice at the Vancouver Canucks' first practice in Shanghai sure made for some pretty pictures.
Tail end of Vancouver's skate <a href="https://t.co/SpJydzvR00">pic.twitter.com/SpJydzvR00</a>—@lakingsinsider
The team and a number of reporters tweeted up a storm of strange and beautiful photos taken inside the Mercedes-Benz Arena in Shanghai Tuesday where a combination of high humidity and cold ice likely caused the indoor haze.
Thursday's Canucks-L.A. Kings preseason tilt will be the first hockey game ever played in the arena which normally hosts concerts.
The two teams meet again Saturday in Beijing.
The fog does make for cool pictures. I'm sure they're working on it. Three more practices before the game Thursday. <a href="https://twitter.com/hashtag/NHLChinaGames?src=hash">#NHLChinaGames</a> 🇨🇳 <a href="https://t.co/jBDWe7lU6T">pic.twitter.com/jBDWe7lU6T</a>—@cotsonika
Another one. <a href="https://twitter.com/hashtag/NHLChinaGames?src=hash">#NHLChinaGames</a> 🇨🇳 <a href="https://t.co/ugBtXw5DzH">pic.twitter.com/ugBtXw5DzH</a>—@cotsonika
Early look at Canucks/Kings lineups. Have a great show, Shorty! <a href="https://t.co/s1vUPs14TI">pic.twitter.com/s1vUPs14TI</a>—@Greg_Shannon
The first <a href="https://twitter.com/hashtag/Canucks?src=hash">#Canucks</a> practice in Shanghai is in the books. <a href="https://t.co/hZaV4nDMzy">pic.twitter.com/hZaV4nDMzy</a>—@Canucks