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Again, with the stats?

I really never thought about the Pats having a long winning streak that exceeds the 5 or 6 game mark but lately the club keeps on rolling. Last night Phil Andrews texted me and asked when the last time the Pats won 10 in a row I didn't have an answer for him (I don't usually have my files with me at the game).

He messaged me this morning and since I wasn't working I had a chance to check through my Pats schedule files (Phil: thanks for the shout out on the broadcast last night).

The last time the Pats won 10 straight games happened happened back in the 1985-86 season. The streak started with a 6-4 win over the Brandon Wheat Kings on October 13, 1985 and was ended by the Moose Jaw Warriors November 11, 1985. In the 10 games the Pats outscored their opposition 55-33.

With hitting the 10 game winning streak the 2016-17 Pats have reached some lofty numbers. This is only the 9th time that the Pats have won 10 or more games in a single season.

Longest single season winning streaks in Pats History:

18 games(1):
1954-55 - November 8 to January 5

16 games(1):
1968-69 - October 29 to December 15

14 games(1):
1957-58 - December 23 to January 24

13 games(1):
1963-64: December 7 to January 8

11 games(1): 
1947-48: November 12 to December 20

10 games(4):
1946-47: November 22 to December 25
1980-81: October 17 to November 8
1985-86: October 13 to November 10
2016-17: October 13 to November 14***
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The longest actual winning streak with the Pats is actually 36 games..... which includes 9 seasons that spans from 1925-26 to 1946-47.

The 1925-26 Pats won the last 4 games of the season (6 game schedule).

The 1926-27 Pats won all 6 of their games that season.

The Pats merged with the Falcons for the 1927-28 season and became the Monarchs (which won the Memorial Cup).

The Pats were back for the 1928-29 season winning all 6 of their games that season.

The 1929-30 Pats were in a 2 team league with the Olympics and the Pats won all 3 contests by a combined 10-1 margin.

The 1930-31, 1931-32 and 1932-33 Pats won all 4 games of their schedule in each season.

The 1933-34 team won all 3 of the league games against the Moose Jaw Canucks.

The Pats FOLDED in 1934-35 and returned in 1946-47.

The Pats won the first 2 games of that 1946-47 season.

36 game winning streak:

1925-26: 4
1926-27: 6
1928-29: 6
1929-30: 3
1930-31: 4
1931-32: 4
1932-33: 4
1933-34: 3
1946-47: 2
Total games: 36
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I may have more Pats stats later today,

Kevin

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