in the 2005-2006 season, the Pistons had their best record in franchise history 64-18.
The University of Kentucky Wildcats has the best winning record in NCAA history, with a 1876-577-1 record since 1903.
The 1995-1996 Detroit Red Wings hold the best record in NHL history at 62-13-7 Sorry, but that's largely inaccurate. Detroit hold the record for most wins in one season (62), but a team's record is determined by total points in the standings, including those gained in ties. That Red Wing team are 2nd by that standard, their 131 points just one behind the 132 rolled up by Montreal Canadiens in 1976-77. However, the NHL season has varied in length through the league's history, and obviously more games played allows a team to accrue more wins and more points. In the more meaningful terms of winning percentage, the '95-96 Wings rank 6th, with a .799 mark. Boston Bruins hold the all-time NHL standard, their 38-5-1 record in a 44-game season giving them a .875 winning percentage. Canadiens rank 2nd, 3rd, 4th, 5th, and 7th on the list -- 38-5-7 in 1943-44, .830; 60-8-12 in 1976-77, .825; 59-10-11 in 1977-78, .806; 38-8-4 in 1944-45, .800; and 58-11-11 in 1975-76, .794.
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The Michigan Wolverines have the best record of any school in all divisions of college football history.
The best record in the history of the Fort Wayne Wizards is 79-61 (.564) in the 1998 season.
University of Notre Dame
1927 or 2001
The Miami Dolphins, with a 17-0 record in 1972.