NHL Heritage Classic: By the numbers
Fun facts from Canadian outdoor games
Before the Canucks host the Senators at B.C. Place on Sunday (CBC, CBCSports.ca, 3 p.m. ET), take a look at some interesting facts and figures around the game, previous Heritage Classic tilts, and the Vancouver and Ottawa teams that fought for the 1915 Stanley Cup:
- 3 — Games played in the best-of-five Stanley Cup final in 1915.
- 26 — Goals scored in that series by the champion Vancouver Millionaires.
- 8 — Goals scored in that series by the Ottawa Senators.
- 4 — Goals scored by Vancouver's Barney Stanley in the deciding game.
- 0 — Vancouver teams to win the Stanley Cup before that series.
- 0 — Vancouver teams to win the Stanley Cup after that series.
- 4 — Stanley Cup wins by Ottawa after that series.
- 13 — Regular-season NHL games that will have been played outdoors after Sunday's game.
- 46 — Percentage of those games played in 2014.
- 1 — Outdoor games played in a stadium with a retractable roof.
- 20 — Minutes it takes the B.C. Place roof to open or close.
- 57,167 — Attendance at 2003 Heritage Classic in Edmonton.
- 41,022 — Attendance at 2011 Heritage Classic in Calgary.
- 54,500 — Maximum capacity for B.C. Lions home games.
- -30C — Temperature (with wind chill) during the 2003 Heritage Classic.
- -21C — Temperature (with wind chill) during the 2011 Heritage Classic.
- +3C — Temperature expected for 2014 Heritage Classic.
- 1 — Shutouts in Heritage Classic games (Flames' Miikka Kiprusoff in 2011).