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700

Last night's game (30/12/2008) was the 700th between Detroit and Chicago, the most occurring regular season match-up in NHL history (Montreal and Boston stands at 696; Montreal and Toronto stands at 692). The franchise's record vs. Chicago:

355W-254L-84T-5OTL-2SOL.

What teams does Detroit have losing records against? Montreal for sure and I'm thinking Boston as well. I know we are only up a game or two aginst Toronto.

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What teams does Detroit have losing records against? Montreal for sure and I'm thinking Boston as well. I know we are only up a game or two aginst Toronto.

In Franchise history: Montreal Canadiens, Ottawa Senators / St. Louis Eagles, Montreal Maroons, Philadelphia Flyers and Buffalo Sabres.

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This will be the sixth time games on consecutive dates (back-to-back) have begun a playoff series in Club history, the last time being vs. Chicago, 1989.

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This will be the first time games on consecutive dates (back-to-back) have begun a Stanley Cup Final series in Club history.

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The most calendar dates in a 7-game best-of-seven playoff series in Club history is 15. It has happened five times: 1942-Toronto, 1949-Montreal, 1964-both Toronto and Chicago and 1965-Chicago.

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The most calendar dates in a 7-game best-of-seven Stanley Cup Final in Club history is 15. It has happened twice: 1942-Toronto and 1964-Toronto.

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The fewest calendar dates in a 7-game best-of-seven playoff series in Club history is 12. It happened in 1955-Montreal.

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The fewest calendar dates in a 7-game best-of-seven Stanley Cup Final in Club history is 12. It happened in 1955-Montreal.

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This will be the sixth time games on consecutive dates (back-to-back) have begun a playoff series in Club history, the last time being vs. Chicago, 1989.

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This will be the first time games on consecutive dates (back-to-back) have begun a Stanley Cup Final series in Club history.

Correction.....

The Wings played in the LAST back-to-back finals games in 1955 as well. The dates were April 9 & 10. We all know what happened that year (won the cup) and certainly hope the other thing don't come true (42 year drought).

Here is the link. Scroll all the way to the bottom.

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Correction.....

The Wings played in the LAST back-to-back finals games in 1955 as well. The dates were April 9 & 10. We all know what happened that year (won the cup) and certainly hope the other thing don't come true (42 year drought).

Here is the link. Scroll all the way to the bottom.

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This will be the sixth time games on consecutive dates (back-to-back) have begun a playoff series in Club history, the last time being vs. Chicago, 1989.

1

This will be the first time games on consecutive dates (back-to-back) have begun a Stanley Cup Final series in Club history.

Thank you, but no correction is necessary; at least, not this time.

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This is the sixth time 3 games will be played in 4 calendar dates in the Stanley Cup Final in Club history: 1945-Toronto, 1950-New York, 1952-Montreal, 1954-Montreal, 1955-Montreal and 2009-Pittsburgh.

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This is the second time 3 games will be played in 4 calendar dates beginning the Stanley Cup Final in Club history: 1952-Montreal and 2009-Pittsburgh.

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300

With last night's win over Pittsburgh, Detroit registers their 300th playoff win (in 561 games, with 260 losses and 1 tie). They become only the second Club in NHL history to reach this milestone (Montreal, 398).

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Last night's win against Pittsburgh was the 60th playoff shutout win in Club history.

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Last night's win against Pittsburgh was the 15th playoff shutout win this decade in Club History, the most of any decade.

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Osgood now has four career playoff assists as a Red Wing. That's a new record for Detroit goalies. The previous high was three, shared by Tim Cheveldae and Greg Stefan.

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Today's game is the 23rd game played at a neutral / alternate site in Club history.

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Today's game is the 4th home game played at a neutral / alternate site in Club history.

Edited by cusimano_brothers

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Today's game is the 24th game played at a neutral / alternate site in Club history.

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Today's game is the 20th road game played at a neutral / alternate site in Club history.

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12

The number of times the Club has gone 0-2 at the start of a season.

7

The number of times the Club has gone 0-3 at the start of a season.

4

The number of times the Club has gone 1-2 at the start of a season.

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29

The number of 5-game road trips played in Club history.

13

The greatest number of calendar dates in a 5-game road trip in Club history (1 time).

8

The fewest number of calendar dates in a 5-game road trip in Club history (10 times).

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100

The number of games played in Club history against the Quebec Nordiques and Colorado Avalanche franchises, with a record of:

53W-38L-5T-0RT-1OTL-3SOL.

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5

The number of shootout game losses versus Edmonton, also the Club record for most shootout game losses against one team.

2

The number of goals scored by Detroit in those shootout game losses versus Edmonton.

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1,000

The number of regular season road wins in the Club history.

4

The number of clubs reaching this milestone in NHL history.

Edited by cusimano_brothers

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