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It has not been proven, but there are reports that the Toronto Maple Leafs have sold out every home game since 1946. This has been debated, but the fact that you can not get a ticket in Toronto and it is the hardest NHL ticket to get, it might make sense and even during the bad days in the '80's and the past four years, the Leafs still sell out.
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Sellout streaks through the end of the 2008 regular season: 1. Washington Redskins ... 327 2. Pittsburgh Steelers ... 307 3. Denver Broncos ... 301 4. San Franciso 49ers ... …267 5. New York Giants ... 264 6. Green Bay Packers ... 261* 7. New York Jets ... 257 8. Chicago Bears ... 198 9. Dallas Cowboys ... 161 10. New England Patriots ... 159 11. Kansas City Chiefs ... 149 12. Baltimore Ravens ... 104 13. Tampa Bay Buccaneers ... 88 14. Indianapolis Colts ... 81 15. Philadelphia Eagles ... 80 15. Tennessee Titans ... 80 * does not include undisclosed number of games played in Milwaukee, where the Packers played half of their home schedule from 1933 - 1992. Note that several of these teams carry their sell-out streaks through multiple expansions or even replacements of their home stadiums. Stadium capacity is not uniform across cities or over different time periods for the same stadium. Source: Schoettle, Anthony Publication: Indianapolis Business Journal Date: Monday, January 5 2009
I can only speak for North American professional sports and that would be the Boston Bruins of the NHL who made the playoffs for 29 consecutive seasons from 1967-68 through 19…95-96.
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 longest winning streak in years in the history of sports is owned by the New York Yacht Club who held the America's Cup from 1857 (when the syndicate that won the Cup dona…ted the trophy to the club) until 1983 when the Cup was won by the challenger, Australia II of Australia. The longest individual streak in terms of consecutive wins in any sports is held by Jahangir Khan who won 555 squash matches between 1981 and 1986. Edwin Moses nine years nine months nine days, he held the hurdle record of the world.
Minnesota Wild at 371, The Colorado Avalanche holds the alltime record at 487.
The Redskins are the longest but its Pittsburgh that is second! The Washington Redskins and the Denver Broncos have the two longest!
Ateneo de Manila High School Track and Field team of the Philippines holds the record of the longest consecutive winning streak, from 1979 to 1998
Mario Lemeuix helped the Penguins reach an amazing 17 game winning streak.
The celtics with 8 from 1959 thru 1966
Toronto Maple Leafs
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Dallas Cowboys - 1975-1983
Im pretty sure that it is the redsox in like 2008 or 2009 they sold out like 550 games in a row
In Ice Hockey
used to be colorado but now its the canucks with around 450+ i think.