I can't say for sure if this is the lowest, but one of the lowest I ever heard was for a game between the New Jersey Devils and Calgary Flames in the 1980s. The Flames were the home team, and Calgary was in the throes of a terrible blizzard. Total attendance for the game? 334 people, where sellout crowds are typically around 17,000-21,000 for most hockey arenas.
Bet they all got rink side seats...
The Clevland Hurons are the best attendance record in the history of records excluding the thrashers
The 2008 NHL Winter Classic between the Buffalo Sabres and the Pittsburgh Penguins at Ralph Wilson Stadium set an NHL attendance record with 71,217 fans in attendance.
As of the 2009-2010 season, the Blackhawks lead the NHL with 20,977 fans in attendance. Source: http://espn.go.com/nhl/attendance
1 to 0
around 16,000 at the start of the 2010 MLS season, it had a higher attendance average than the NBA and the NHL, which is pretty impressive
they are all the same length...
January 22, 1987, when the "334 club" was formed. After New Jersey was hit with 20 inches of snow, only 334 fans attended the Devils' 7-5 victory over the Calgary Flames
you my friend, are stupid.
The Edmonton Oilers currently have the lowest amount of points in the NHL.
no but i did in NHL 2K10 323 - 1 Washington over Florida
it was 9 8