How much is a winning streak? A winning streak, also known as a win streak or hot streak, is an uninterrupted sequence of success in games or competitions, commonly measured by at least 5 wins that are uninterrupted by losses or ties/draws.
What is the biggest winning streak in NHL history? The Pittsburgh Penguins hold the record for the longest winning streak in NHL history at 17 games, which was set in the 1992–93 season; that team won the Presidents’ Trophy for having the league’s best record of 56–21–7.
What team owns the longest winning streak? What is the longest winning streak? 33 consecutive wins is the record for the longest winning streak, hold by the Los Angeles Lakers 1971-1972: a record that a record that has been running for 40 years.
Has any NHL team won 3 Stanley Cups in a row? The first club to accomplish the feat was the Toronto Maple Leafs, who won three cups from 1947 through 1947. Their famous rivals, the Montreal Canadiens, then won a three-peat of their own (and then some), winning the championship in 1956, 1957, 1958, 1959, and 1960.