Most Wins Regular Season:
62 - Detroit Red Wings, 1995-96
60 - Montreal Canadians, 1976-77
59 - Montreal Canadians, 1977-78
the question was most CONSECUTIVE wins, not most wins. The actual answer is Pittsburgh with 17 in 92-93
These are the top 3 62-Detroit Red Wings, 1995-96
60-Montreal Canadiens, 1976-77
59-Montreal Canadiens, 1977-78 The 1995-96 Detroit Red Wings hold the record for most wins in a regular season with 62 in 82 games with a total of 131 points (62 X 2 + 7 ties = 131). However, the 1976-77 Montreal Canadiens had 60 wins in 80 games for a total of 132 points (60 X 2 + 12 ties = 132).
Therefore the Red Wings had more wins in a single season but are not the club with the most points in a single season, even when they played 2 more games.
Longest winning streak
The Montreal canadiens
New YorkIslanders from 1990 to 1984
As of the 2011/2012 NHL season no team has gone 16-0 in the playoffs.
Bobby Orr of the Boston Bruins became the first defenseman to win the NHL scoring title with 120 points in the 1969-1970 season. He set the record for most points by a defenseman and remains one of the greatest players in NHL history.
He won it in the 2001-2002 NHL season.
1926-27 Ottawa Senators
America is an olympic and world championship team not an nhl team
The Chicago Blackhawks won in 2015.
The most goals scored in a hockey ranks up to a 16-3 win for the Montreal Canadiens against the Quebec Bulldogs ( Quebec dos not have a NHL hockey team) on March the 3rd 1920
The best team in the NHL right now is the Edmonton Oilers . If they continue to play the way they have all year and avoid too many serious injuries, they are odds-on favourites to win. However, there are many variables in hockey and quite often the best team doesn't always win.