What NHL team has the worst record?
- Worst away record: 1–41–0, by the 1992–93 Ottawa Senators.
- Most shutout wins in a season: 22 of 44 games played (50.0%), by the 1928–29 Montreal Canadiens.
- Most shutout losses in a season: 20 of 44 games played (45.5%), by the 1928–29 Chicago Black Hawks.
What NHL team has the most losses in a season? The most losses in an NHL season is 71 by the San Jose Sharks who achieved this in the 1992/93 season, including a record 32 games at home.
Who was the worst NHL team last year? The Montreal Canadiens had the worst record by a team in 2021-22, with a record of 22-49-11.
What is the least amount of wins in a NHL season? The fewest wins record by a team in a single National Hockey League season is eight by the Washington Capitals in 1974-75.