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03-21-2013, 02:11 AM
George Maharis
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Was Halifax's 12/13 Regular Season the Best in QMJHL History?

The Mooseheads enjoyed one of the most successful seasons in league history with 58 wins in the 68-game season. They nearly ran the table the last month, winning 16-of-17 games to end the season, and tied the league’s record for most wins by a team in one season. Their 120 points are second-most by a team in one season, two behind the 122 set by the Trois-Rivieres Draveurs in 1978-79, who achieved the feat playing four games more in a 72-game schedule.
Comparing the two best seasons:
TeamGames PlayedRecord (W-L-OTL-S-T)PtsWin%

So while Trois-Rivieres finished with more points, they had played 4 more games than Halifax. Considering Halifax finished the season on a 17 game point streak (16-0-1-0), it's entirely possible to think that they could have won all 4 of those extra games, thus finishing 62-6-3-1 for 128pts.. which would give them the CHL record for most points in a season (currently 125), most wins in a season (currently 60).

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