Which of the now defunct teams never won a Stanley Cup?
|Team||Last Stanley Cup||Subsequent Stanley Cup Finals losses|
|Florida Panthers||never (inception of franchise in 1993–94)||1 : 1995–96|
|New York Rangers||1993–94||1 : 2013–14|
|Nashville Predators||never (inception of franchise in 1998–99)||1 : 2016–17|
|Dallas Stars||1998–99||2 : 1999–2000, 2019–20|
What NHL teams left Canada? Seven active NHL teams are a product of relocation (Calgary Flames, New Jersey Devils, Dallas Stars, Colorado Avalanche, Phoenix Coyotes, Carolina Hurricanes, Winnipeg Jets).
Are there 32 NHL teams? The National Hockey League (NHL) was established in 1917 and it quickly grew into one of the biggest sporting organizations in the entire world. Today there are 32 NHL teams divided into 4 divisions. Each team plays 82 games in the regular season before the best 16 teams progress to the Stanley Cup playoffs.
Who are the Original Six NHL teams? Here’s a brief history of expansion in the NHL: 1942: With the demise of the Brooklyn Americans, the NHL’s Original Six era begins. The Boston Bruins, Chicago Black Hawks, Detroit Red Wings, Montreal Canadiens, New York Rangers and Toronto Maple Leafs make up the League for the next 25 seasons.