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06-05-2013, 03:48 PM
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Most Consecutive Home Wins in the Playoffs

Does anyone know the record for most consecutive home playoff victories? (Can be through multiple playoff seasons)

Also, how about consecutive road victories?

During the Kings game last night, they showed the records dating back to 2003 I believe, but a friend and I were curious as to what the record is for the whole history of the NHL.

Also, if anyone does find out, a source would be helpful as well.

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There is a bunch of NHL playoff team records listed here, the closest I saw was Most Consecutive playoff victories (Pens 1992-1993 14)

http://www.nhl.com/ice/page.htm?id=31063

some neat playoff records, like Fastest 5 goals in a playoff game by 1 team,

3:36, Montreal Canadiens, vs. Toronto Maple Leafs, 3rd period, March 30, 1944.
Goals scored by Toe Blake at 7:58 and at 8:37, by Maurice Richard at 9:17, by Ray Getliffe at 10:33, and by Buddy O'Connor at 11:34.

that's fast

MOst Goals scored by both teams in 1 series 69

69, Edmonton Oilers (44), Chicago Black Hawks (25) in six games in the 1985 conference final.

Another one they mentioned last night was Most Consecutive series won by a team, and that was 7 by a few teams. Kings now have 6.
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There is a bunch of NHL playoff team records listed here, the closest I saw was Most Consecutive playoff victories (Pens 1992-1993 14)

http://www.nhl.com/ice/page.htm?id=31063

some neat playoff records, like Fastest 5 goals in a playoff game by 1 team,

3:36, Montreal Canadiens, vs. Toronto Maple Leafs, 3rd period, March 30, 1944.
Goals scored by Toe Blake at 7:58 and at 8:37, by Maurice Richard at 9:17, by Ray Getliffe at 10:33, and by Buddy O'Connor at 11:34.

that's fast

MOst Goals scored by both teams in 1 series 69

69, Edmonton Oilers (44), Chicago Black Hawks (25) in six games in the 1985 conference final.

Another one they mentioned last night was Most Consecutive series won by a team, and that was 7 by a few teams. Kings now have 6.
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No most consecutive series wins is 19 by the Isles. That one has a long way to go.

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Another one they mentioned last night was Most Consecutive series won by a team, and that was 7 by a few teams. Kings now have 6.
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What? The dynasties all would've won more than 7 in a row.

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There is a bunch of NHL playoff team records listed here, the closest I saw was Most Consecutive playoff victories (Pens 1992-1993 14)

http://www.nhl.com/ice/page.htm?id=31063

some neat playoff records, like Fastest 5 goals in a playoff game by 1 team,

3:36, Montreal Canadiens, vs. Toronto Maple Leafs, 3rd period, March 30, 1944.
Goals scored by Toe Blake at 7:58 and at 8:37, by Maurice Richard at 9:17, by Ray Getliffe at 10:33, and by Buddy O'Connor at 11:34.

that's fast

MOst Goals scored by both teams in 1 series 69

69, Edmonton Oilers (44), Chicago Black Hawks (25) in six games in the 1985 conference final.

Another one they mentioned last night was Most Consecutive series won by a team, and that was 7 by a few teams. Kings now have 6.
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Might want to check that last one. I'm sure it would come as a surprise to players on any NHL dynasty, ever.

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Yeah, the Islanders should have the consecutive series wins title wrapped up for a long time.

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Another one they mentioned last night was Most Consecutive series won by a team, and that was 7 by a few teams. Kings now have 6.
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Not sure about the answer to the original question, but this is wrong. The Islanders from 1980-1984 won 19 straight before losing to the Oilers in the finals.

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Another one they mentioned last night was Most Consecutive series won by a team, and that was 7 by a few teams. Kings now have 6.
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The Canadiens won five cups in a row from 1956-1960. That is at least 20 consecutive playoff series wins.

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The Canadiens won five cups in a row from 1956-1960. This is at least 20 consecutive playoff series wins.
They didn't have 4 rounds in the playoffs back then.

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The Canadiens won five cups in a row from 1956-1960. That is at least 20 consecutive playoff series wins.
You had to win 2 series to win the cup.

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