the Washington Redskins.
The NHL's Colorado Avalanche sold out every home game from their move to Denver until early 2006 - a total of 487 consecutive games, the longest officially recorded sellout streak in sports. Actually...^^^ is wrong...Starting on April 5 of 1977, Portland Trail Blazers began a sellout streak of 814 straight games-the longest in sports history-which did not end until 1995, after the team moved into a larger facility. Nearly double of Colorado Avalanche.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Winning_streak_%28sports%29#Women.27s_3_Meter_Springboard The longest women's college sellout streak belongs to Nebraska's volleyball team. 164 consecutive sellouts as of December 3, 2011 and the streak will continue when the 2012 season starts.
Toronto Maple Leafs
The current longest streak belongs to the Vancouver Canucks at 400 and counting. The longest ever streak belongs to the Colorado Avalanche at 487. It lasted from 1995-2006.
The Redskins are the longest but its Pittsburgh that is second! The Washington Redskins and the Denver Broncos have the two longest!
Cleveland Indians. 455 consecutive games from 1995 through 2001.
The Portland Trail Blazers hold the NBA record for sellouts at 814 games.
The longest consecutive sell-out streak in NBA history is 814 by the Portland Trail Blazers. .fundinguniverse.com/company-histories/Portland-Trail-Blazers-Company-History.html
Minnesota Wild at 371, The Colorado Avalanche holds the alltime record at 487.