Blackhawks still streaking: What records are left to break?


The Chicago Blackhawks have gone 19 consecutive games without a regulation loss. Here's a look at where they stand in the history of NHL consecutive point streaks.

Following Monday night's overtime victory against the Edmonton Oilers, the Chicago Blackhawks completed their 19th consecutive game without a regulation loss.

Compiling a 16-0-3 record over that span, the team has already captured the record for longest point-streak to start a regular season campaign, which previously stood at 16 games by the 2006-07 Anaheim Ducks. The Blackhawks have registered an 8-0-1 record at home this season, while boasting an equally impressive 8-0-2 record on the road.

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As it currently stands, the club has gone 19 games without a regulation loss and has recorded at least one point in nine straight home games, as well as 10 straight road games.

Now, the team turns its sights to three more potential records to break.

The Montreal Canadiens hold two of those marks, as the franchise has recorded the longest streak of home games without a loss, as well as the longest road streak. In 1974-75, the Canadiens earned at least one point in 23 consecutive road games, while earning at least one point in 34 straight home games in 1976-77.

The overall record for earning at least one point currently stands at 35 consecutive games by the 1979-80 Philadelphia Flyers, who recorded 25 wins and 10 ties over the course of the streak.

The Blackhawks will return to action on Thursday night when they challenge the St. Louis Blues at Scottrade Arena.

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