December 22, 2008, 2 degrees: The sixth-coldest game in franchise history took place at Soldier Field in Chicago.
December 22, 2008, 2 degrees: Ultimately, this one was as frustrating as it was cold: The Packers lost in overtime without ever getting the ball, all with the wind chill at minus-13.
December 26, 1993, 0 degrees: The Lambeau Leap was born during this 28-0 rout of the then-LA Raiders. After scoring a fumble recovery touchdown, safety LeRoy Butler leapt into the stands near the end zone, and the rest is history.
Lambeau Field in the winter is not for the faint of heart — it’s the Frozen Tundra for a reason!
While sub-zero temperatures are common during December in Green Bay, some games are colder than the rest. Here are some of the iciest games in Packers history ever since the team started officially recording gameday temperatures back in 1959.